Knappstein Shilling Classic Red 2008:
Knappstein Shillings Cellar Selection Classic Dry Red blends two hallmark regional varietals - cabernet sauvignon and shiraz - to create a wine redolent with dark fruit aromas. This full bodied wine showcases rich red plum, blackberry and black currant flavours underscored by a hint of cassis.
Tyrone Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2009:
Another ultra fresh and very youthful wine under the Tyrone's Turn label, this carries the exuberance of youth with the classic 'sunshine in a bottle' ripe fruit Australian wines are famous for. Black and red berry fruit flavours, a flash of licorice, with the edges smoothed out with vanillan oak.
Buller Beverford Merlot 2009:
Deep crimson. Medium intensity with cherry notes. Soft cherry and plum fruit flavours. Some oak on the mid palate. Mild tannins add to structure. A touch of blackberry on a well balanced finished. Fruit Merlot grown at Beverford in the Swan Hill Winegrowing Region
Grant Burge Benchmark Cab Shiraz 2009:
The nose is complex with ripe red berry fruits, subtle oak and dry autumn leaves; with sweet strawberry jam- reflecting the warm 2008 season. The palate is bursting with ripe rich fruit flavours, spices and subtle oak with complimentary soft fleshy tannins and well balanced acid.
Cassegrain Stone Circle Shiraz Viognier 2008:
Sweet berry and blackcurrant characters with ripe savoury tannins, complex oak and a long smooth finish produce a traditional cabernet merlot finely matched with traditional beef dishes on a cold winter’s night.
Mountain Pass (Yarra) Pinot Noir 08:
Mountain Pass Pinot Noir 2008 from the Yarra valley in Victoria, Australia. Soft and elegant with bright red berry fruit and well balanced, savoury oak. This charming Pinot Noir is made to reflect the colour and the essence of the great Victorian landscape - vibrant, playful and completely seductive.
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