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Australia

Australians love their Shiraz, Cabernet, Tasmanian "champers," Chardys, and Rieslings. Fine examples of these varietals, along with GSM blends, have been shown to be cellar worthy. In fact, Peter Mitchell MW says that Australia's finest Shiraz and Cabernets do not show their best for at least twenty years. Iconic producers such as Penfolds, Rockford, Langmeil, and others are now world famous due to the quality and age-ability of their wines.

Leeuwin Estate 2018 Artist Series Chardonnay 750ml

$134.70

Powerful and concentrated, the 2018 Art Series Chardonnay has absolutely settled into itself after an extra 18 months or so in bottle from its release. The tropical characters that it saw initially have morphed into a glossy, exotically spiced...

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Langmeil 2018 Orphan Bank Shiraz 750ml

$93.82

The beauty of these relocated old vines is that they never seem to yield a wine that's too ripe or too heavy. The 2018 Orphan Bank Shiraz offers up scents of red raspberries and blueberries alongside hints of mint. The oak (all French oak hogsheads, 47%...

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Henschke 2016 Keyneton Estate Euphonium 750ml

$99.91

Matured in French and American hogsheads (18% new) for 18 months. The bouquet does indeed bellow from the glass like that a euphonium. It has a swag of red, black and purple fruits all in tune, something very different for drinking now. Score: 95 points...

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Shaw & Smith 2018 Pinot Noir "Lenswood Vineyard" 750ml

$121.65

An exciting lean and lively nose signals this is the type of taut, edgy Pinot Noir that the Adelaide Hills has struggled to capture, despite the region being heavily planted to the variety. This is a model of winemaking restraint, allowing the vineyard...

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