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Unico Zelo Dolcetto 2016

Our first foray into a very exciting piece of dirt - known as Polish Hill River (Clare Valley). We once told ourselves, that if we weren't looking at the Adelaide Hills for the best sites for our varieties - it'd be Clare Valley. Inland, Continental climate, warms days and cold nights. Not to mention slate-ridden soils that pebble all through the vineyard. It's the sort of thing that winemakers live for - and we're pleased to say our punt on this family-owned vineyard has paid off. That's not to take the thunder away from our tiny Adelaide Hills vineyard, which provides the aromatic spark of life to this wine. Known as the 'little sweet one' in its homeland - although all the Dolcetto crafted there are most definitely dry. It's the impression of fruit sweetness (or juiciness) that gives an effect of confection - smells sweet, tastes dry. This cheeky Dolcetto is no different - an aromatic, bright and tight little dry red that's absolutely perfect for chilling down and drinking (rather quickly) during those warm balmy days, when whites just don't cut the mustard. It's a creative wine for creatives - great results from Dolcetto-Sangria too! The general rule that we live by - if you're eating with your hands - you need Dolcetto on the table. UNICO ZELO

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$20.00
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West Cape Howe, Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2017
Multiple parcels of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc were selected from Great Southern, Blackwood Valley and Pemberton vineyards. The fruit was crushed with minimal sulphur and chilled prior to pressing, Free run and pressings juice portions were kept separate, with the pressings fined to remove phenolic compounds. After cold settling for 48 hours, the juices were racked and filtered, before inoculation with a specific yeast strain for this style. The juice was fermented at a steady rate over an 18-day period, with temperature closely monitored. At the conclusion of fermentation, the wines were racked and a final blend determined. The palate has a refreshing acidity. Good tropical fruit characters offer great intensity. A well-balanced style with a long, clean and refreshing finish.
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$15.60
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Yarra Yering No 2, 2014
Largely shiraz, with a small amount of mataro added and co-fermented with viognier and marsanne. Brought back an instant recollection of the Bayeux Tapestry. It commences with a Catherine wheel of aromas, flavours and textures which are astounding and - you think - leave nothing more to be said. But there's more, much more. For one thing, it is a sacrilege to spit out any of the wine when tasting it, for the autopilot is still working furiously trying to capture the interplay between the infinitely complex fruit flavours, the charcuterie, the spices, the earth, the tannins, the oak and the licorice. Screwcap closure. Drink by 2039. 98 points  James Halliday
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$96.00
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