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Mount Mary Quintets 2015
The vineyard is planted to Cabernet Sauvignon (50%), Merlot (25%), Cabernet Franc (15%), Malbec (5%) and Petit Verdot (5%). The percentage of each variety that goes into the final blend changes with the season as factors such as fruitfulness and fruit set vary. The greatest influence we have over the quality of this wine is deciding when to pick each variety. This determines not only the flavours but the quality of tannins, and the acid and alcohol levels. The Quintet is largely fermented in static tanks, where it spends around 12-14 days on skins. This is followed by 22 months of barrel maturation, with 25% of the blend in large format oak (1500L or larger), and 30% in new barriques (225L).
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$130.00
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Mount Mary Triolet 2015
The Triolet, first produced at this vineyard in 1987, was inspired by the whites of Graves, Bordeaux. The vineyard is planted to 65% Sauvignon Blanc, 25% Semillon and 10% Muscadelle. Each variety is picked at optimum ripeness, and is usually fermented separately. The characteristics of optimum ripeness are different for each variety. We pick the Sauvignon Blanc after the strong herbaceous flavours have gone; the Semillon when the acid is not too harsh; and the Muscadelle when the flavour intensity peaks. In the winery we use mostly older barrels for this wine, with the entire production being barrel fermented. We use grape solids to give the wine texture, and lees stirring to add complexity and body. The Triolet is typically aged for 11 months, by which time the overt fruity flavours have diminished, and complex aromas start to develop. Sam Middleton
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$74.00
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Petersons, Chardonnay, Vintage Cuvee
A Hunter Valley institution. This chardonnay is made up of a blend from 3 separate chardonnay vintages 13/12/11 - which combine to give a very distinctive taste year in year out.
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$25.60
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Pierro, LTC Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2016
 A wonderful A  pre-dinner conversationalist or a superb companion with whom to enjoy fresh seafood. Pedigree 50% Semillon 45% Sauvignon Blanc 5% Chardonnay Handpicked, hand-sorted, gently whole-bunch pressed. 20% fermented and matured in new and one & two year-old French oak. 80% fermented and matured in stainless steel. Favoured Listening Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker, Ballet Suite, Dance Of The Reeds As light as lively as the wine itself, gorgeous floral notes and a familiar, approachable rhythm. It also has a surprisingly long finish. PIERRO L.T.C. 2016 There’s been plenty of media attention paid to the quality and longevity of the PIERRO L.T.C. in the last couple of years – with James Halliday, Peter Bourne & John Fordham adding their voices in support of its quality. The ‘sold out’ sign seems to go up earlier each year as well. The L.T.C. seems to defy expectations and the low yielding vintage conditions in 2016 have produced a very similar wine to the 2015 with that intensity and concentration typical of good vintages. Lemon rind & zest combined with tropical fruit flavours all in balance with smooth texture and a long dry finish. We think it’s worth saying that the 2016 L.T.C. will age as gracefully as previous vintages. - Pierro Wines. 
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$30.40
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Sailor Seeks Horse, Pinot Noir 2015
This tiny vineyard is one of Australia’s most southerly located in the Huon valley in southern Tasmania. Paul and Gilli Lipscombe own the vineyard and make the wines and both have considerable vineyard and winemaking experience behind them. From working together in the Languedoc to New Zealand, Oregon and Margaret River they spent a lot of time researching and considering the best possible vineyard site with the aim  to produce Australia’s best Pinot Noir and Chardonnay finally settling on this ideal north facing vineyard which is sheltered from the prevailing south-westerly winds. Best described as a warm site within a cool climate, the soil is free-draining quartz inflicted mudstone soil over clay. The vineyard is planted to a large variety of Dijon clones as well as numerous other clones planted by the previous owners and all vineyard work is done as organically as possible.So to the name, where does that come from? There was a handwritten sign on the wall at the Red Velvet Lounge in Cygnet, our local coffee and cake respite from the Tasmanian weather. It said, “Sailor Seeks Horse” and went on to explain that the author had sailed solo around the world and ridden across the US from coast to coast and back again…on a mule. He’d then decided he wanted to travel around Tasmania by horse but didn’t have one. So, was there anyone who would lend him one? If they didn’t have a horse then a pony would do. It was an idea that resonated with us. Here we were, trying to do something a little bit crazy, without much money and requiring a little bit of help to get to where we wanted to be.
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$48.00
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Smallfry Barossa Joven 2015

45% Tempranillo, 40% Garnacha, 8% Monastrell, 5% Bastardo 2% Tinta Amerilia

'Winemakers Wayne & Suzi' - I spent a fantastic year living in Spain in my youth and the chance to try my own interpretation of this classic style gives me a thrill. We picked the Tempranillo quite early to capture some sour red cherry/ cranberry characters which in my mind are the perfect foil for some lovely old bush vine Garnacha.  Monastrell,  Bastardo and Tinta Amerilia fill out the back palate but the main focus of this wine is juicy red fruits and bright flavours. Barossa Pinot in a way this is a great food wine for matching with todays fresh flavours, like a red wine with your chicken/fish? This is it, paella is a natural combo. Soft tannin structures mean on a warm day you can take it out of the wine rack and pop it in an ice bucket while you drink it, ahh lovely.

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$23.20
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Springvale Melrose Pinot Noir 2017
Vibrant raspberry jelly nose on an earthy background. Although Pinot Meunier only makes up 7% of this wine, it is pronounced on the nose and palate, coming through with a subtle mushroomy character. At first blush, this seems to be the ultimate quaffing wine, but with time in the glass, there is a persistent structure that develops, hinting at its premium pedigree. An extroverted, happy wine that wears its varietal exuberance on its sleeve.
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$22.40
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Springvale Pinot Noir 2015

Medium cherry colour. Aromatic nose of lavender, allspice and subtle toasty oak. Rich, dark cherry flavour on a sweet mid-plate, with a fine line running through it from front to back. Fine, even, powdery tannins and a long, balanced finish. An elegant style with deceptive complexity. Winery Notes

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$44.00
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