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Lustau, Reserva Pedro Ximenez San Emilio Sherry
Deep, dark brown and viscous, almost black in colour. Redolent of ripe fruit with the distinct varietal aroma of the Pedro Ximénez. A pronounced and delicious bouquet of the essence of sweet raisins. Rich, sweet, velvety and soft in the mouth, well balanced, with a long finish showing the wine's great age. The taste is very sweet, smooth, pronounced and delicous just like dried raisins or sweet grape juice. Serve at cool room temperature with rich desserts, cakes and pastries, or pour a little over the best quality vanilla ice cream. This wine can also accompany a cheese course, or simply serve as a digestif for the sweet toothed
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$52.00
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Masi  Amarone 1988
Direct from the family's private cellars - Aged Amarone in all it's glory - from a Stella Vintage!
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$440.00
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Mosswood, Cabernet Sauvignon 2011
Moss Wood at its best, everything in its right place, perfectly balanced, and speaking of the vineyard, the vintage, the variety and the winemaker with equal conviction. Full purple-crimson; supple blackcurrant fruit is cosseted by superfine, but persistent, tannins and high quality French oak. Drink by 2041. 97 pointsJames Halliday - Australian Wine Companion
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$185.00
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Radikon Oslavje Riserva Ivana 1997 Magnum
The 1997 Oslavje Riserva Ivana is an equally compelling white. It offers a touch more complexity than the Ribolla Riserva and perhaps a little more minerality as well. Sweet honeyed fruit, minerals, spices and flowers are just some of the nuances that emerge from this highly unusual white. Generally I prefer Radikon’s wines on the younger side, but as these two 1997 releases point out, the wines are capable of aging as well. The Oslavje Riserva Ivana is 40% Chardonnay, 40% Sauvignon and 20% Pinot Grigio aged in used French oak barrels, which Radikon has since abandoned for his whites.
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$336.00
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Ruinart Blanc de Blancs NV
The distinctive clear bottle for Ruinart, Blanc de Blancs is based on an 18th century original; its elegant Chardonnay persona is harmonious and elegant, capturing the House style. It is one of the finest Blanc De Blancs (100%Chardonnay) on the market, luminous of hue, rounded of form and lengthy in the memory. Simon Field MW
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$99.45
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Ruinart Brut Rose NV

Premier and Grand Cru sites only supply the grapes for this excellent rosé, which is made up of 45% Chardonnay and 55% Pinot Noir, with 18% of the latter added as red wine. A subtle nose of rosehip, spice and wild strawberry; on the palate the wine marries exuberant fruit with a richly velvety texture. Ruinart are famous for their Rosé; justly so it would seem. Simon Field MW

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$106.25
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Sailor Seeks Horse, Pinot Noir 2016
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.
Tapanappa Tiers Vineyard Chardonnay 2016

2016 Tapanappa Tiers Chardonnay ripened early and fully because of the very warm growing season. After gravity settling the partially clarified juice and its fluffy lees were racked to French Vosges oak barriques, 33% new and the balance 1 and 2 use and allowed to ferment at the cool air temperature of the Piccadilly Valley autumn.The 2016 Tiers Chardonnay was left on full lees in barrique until the summer when it was clear racked and prepared for bottling in mid March.

Riper honey and fig characters complement the typical Tiers Vineyard peach flavour and aroma and significant texture. The wine finishes with a grapefruit and quince nuance again typical of The Tiers Vineyard terroir expression.

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$80.00
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