Vaucluse Cellars

58 New South Head Rd Vaucluse NSW 2030

Opening Hours:

Monday - Thursday 9.00am  -7.00pm 

Friday & Saturday       9.00am - 8.00pm 

Sunday & Public Holidays 10.00am - 7.00pm 

Closed New Years Day Good Friday Christmas Day 

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Online prices are stated as single units as part of a mixed/straight dozen purchase or more.
A 'Short Case Surcharge' of 25% is applied to purchases less than 12 units, plus freight if applicable

St Agnes Premium Brandy Range

This family of Reserve Australian Brandy is impressive to say the least!

The first in the Range, St Agnes 7-star brandy, was repackaged in 2006 as St Agnes XO ($110) in a beautiful pear-shaped flask with a Vino-Lok glass stopper. It's a superb brandy, although at an average age of 15 years.

The XO Imperial ($210) has a minimum age of 20 years and the Grand Reserve XO, 40 years ($765)

Angove sourced the stylish 40-year-old Grand Reserve bottle from French bottle-maker Saver Glass. He had gold-plated necks, bases and stoppers designed and made, at considerable time and cost. The stoppers were moulded in Shanghai and then shipped to Portugal, where the corks were fixed inside them, then shipped to Australia. There were 500 stoppers for the 40-year-old and 3000 for the 20-year-old.

"Every bottle was painstakingly hand-assembled and hand-filled by our staff in Renmark," says Richard.

The boxes are also fastidiously designed and made. The 40-year-old comes in a leather and gold-leaf covered case, with an information booklet, and the 20-year-old comes in a leather-covered case. Both have red velvet lining and a certificate of authenticity signed by John Angove.

700ml Bottles.

The stoppers and trims on two newly-released luxury St Agnes brandies make lavish use of gold. They are South Australian winemaker and distiller Angove's tilt at the luxury spirits market, a market that has exploded in recent years.

The family-owned, Renmark-based company has released two extraordinary brandies: XO Imperial at $210 a bottle, and XO Grand Reserve at $765. These set new benchmarks for Australian spirits in both price and packaging.

 

St Agnes Premium Brandy Range

This family of Reserve Australian Brandy is impressive to say the least!

The first in the Range, St Agnes 7-star brandy, was repackaged in 2006 as St Agnes XO ($110) in a beautiful pear-shaped flask with a Vino-Lok glass stopper. It's a superb brandy, although at an average age of 15 years.

The XO Imperial ($210) has a minimum age of 20 years and the Grand Reserve XO, 40 years ($765)

Angove sourced the stylish 40-year-old Grand Reserve bottle from French bottle-maker Saver Glass. He had gold-plated necks, bases and stoppers designed and made, at considerable time and cost. The stoppers were moulded in Shanghai and then shipped to Portugal, where the corks were fixed inside them, then shipped to Australia. There were 500 stoppers for the 40-year-old and 3000 for the 20-year-old.

"Every bottle was painstakingly hand-assembled and hand-filled by our staff in Renmark," says Richard.

The boxes are also fastidiously designed and made. The 40-year-old comes in a leather and gold-leaf covered case, with an information booklet, and the 20-year-old comes in a leather-covered case. Both have red velvet lining and a certificate of authenticity signed by John Angove.

700ml Bottles.

The stoppers and trims on two newly-released luxury St Agnes brandies make lavish use of gold. They are South Australian winemaker and distiller Angove's tilt at the luxury spirits market, a market that has exploded in recent years.

The family-owned, Renmark-based company has released two extraordinary brandies: XO Imperial at $210 a bottle, and XO Grand Reserve at $765. These set new benchmarks for Australian spirits in both price and packaging.

 

St Agnes Premium Brandy Range

This family of Reserve Australian Brandy is impressive to say the least!

The first in the Range, St Agnes 7-star brandy, was repackaged in 2006 as St Agnes XO ($110) in a beautiful pear-shaped flask with a Vino-Lok glass stopper. It's a superb brandy, although at an average age of 15 years.

The XO Imperial ($210) has a minimum age of 20 years and the Grand Reserve XO, 40 years ($765)

Angove sourced the stylish 40-year-old Grand Reserve bottle from French bottle-maker Saver Glass. He had gold-plated necks, bases and stoppers designed and made, at considerable time and cost. The stoppers were moulded in Shanghai and then shipped to Portugal, where the corks were fixed inside them, then shipped to Australia. There were 500 stoppers for the 40-year-old and 3000 for the 20-year-old.

"Every bottle was painstakingly hand-assembled and hand-filled by our staff in Renmark," says Richard.

The boxes are also fastidiously designed and made. The 40-year-old comes in a leather and gold-leaf covered case, with an information booklet, and the 20-year-old comes in a leather-covered case. Both have red velvet lining and a certificate of authenticity signed by John Angove.

700ml Bottles.

The stoppers and trims on two newly-released luxury St Agnes brandies make lavish use of gold. They are South Australian winemaker and distiller Angove's tilt at the luxury spirits market, a market that has exploded in recent years.

The family-owned, Renmark-based company has released two extraordinary brandies: XO Imperial at $210 a bottle, and XO Grand Reserve at $765. These set new benchmarks for Australian spirits in both price and packaging.

 

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