Torrelongares Tinto Dop Carinena Garnacha 2015
The Spanish really know food and wine and we love a glass of this smooth Grenache at get-togethers. With fine, elegant aromas and a wide variety of jam and raspberry tones. Keep the food simple and the glasses topped up for entertaining at its easiest.
Crackerjack Merlot 2016
A lovely and complex wine with plenty of lively red fruit. Try it with lasagne and a balsamic-tossed Italian salad.
Luis Felipe Chile Merlot 2017
The Classic line from Luis Felipe Edwards is the perfect introduction to the modern Chilean style of winemaking. These wines are approachable and fruit forward, juicy, easy to drink, and can be enjoyed on their own or with a variety of foods.
Caudo Honor Shiraz 2017
This expertly crafted Shiraz, sourced from Caudo's premium South Australian vineyard, is named after the 'Honor' rose planted in the garden. It's a flavoursome red with spicy, blackberry fruit, finishing dry with soft tannins and subtle oak. An exceptionally satisfying wine for the price.
Grants Cellars South Australia Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
Grants Cellars believe that respect for the winemaking craft, grapes that are second to none, and hard work and determination is essential to every wine. You can taste the care that's been taken to craft this blend of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon in the generous palate boasting ripe red fruit flavours and soft tannins.
Zilzie The Wine Press Series Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2016
From the family owned Zilzie estate comes a red blend carefully sourced from the best parcels of land. Each grape variety is carefully tended and processed to retain each varietal's distinctive characteristics that combine perfectly in this flavoursome and bright bottle.
St. Martin Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
St. Martin wines pay homage to the great end of harvest celebrations - and this fresh, fruit driven Merlot is certainly something to celebrate. Crafted from select vineyards, it's a medium bodied, flavoursome red great for informal events.
Two Fathoms Currency Creek Shiraz 2017
Currency Creek is one of South Australia's exciting new wave regions, although the area first got its name in 1837 by explorers Young Bingham Hutchinson and T. Bewes Strangways. They pronounced its depth to be about 'Two Fathoms'. The cool maritime climate allows for slow, even ripening of the grapes, resulting in beautifully balanced wines like this medium bodied Shiraz filled with bright red and dark berry fruits.