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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.

Rockford 2016 Rifle Range Cabernet Sauvignon 750ml

$95.56

There is one fact that explains the elegance, purity and intensity of the Rockford reds: they are a notch less alcoholic than their Barossa Valley peers, the power silky, its delivery effortless. Score: 93 points -- James Halliday, Halliday Wine...

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Jim Barry 2013/2015 McRae Wood Shiraz 750ml

$85.13

Deep garnet purple in color, the 2013 The McRae Wood Shiraz has a profound nose with black plums, berries and cherries, alongside spice box, violets, cedar and toast. Full, rich and chewy, though with slightly astringent tannins, the oak is poking out a...

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Mount Pleasant 2009 "Lovedale" Semillon 750ml

$99.91

Hand-picked, crushed, the juice drained quickly from the skins, cultured yeast, slow ferment, early bottled, seven trophies. Won its first trophy in Melbourne in '12, the next six in Queensland in '14 and '15. In other words, its only now hitting its...

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Henschke 2014 Keyneton Estate Euphonium 750ml

$99.91

Predominantly Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon (there's some Merlot and Cabernet Franc as well), the 2014 Keyneton Euphonium is leafy and fresh, with raspberry and cassis fruit dusted with dried herbs and spices. It's medium-bodied but ripe and...

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Penfolds 2014 Grange 750ml

$1,000.00

At first glance, this is a purely indulgent wine, with gobs of creamy, milk chocolate–laden maraschino cherry, raspberry framboise and Earl Grey tea aromas. Then wave after wave of elements start filling in, with toasted cumin, peppermint oil,...

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