Dorrien Vine Vale Road Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon 2013
Barossa Cabernet is on the verge of a comeback - big time. In recent years it's lived in the shadow of its world-famous sibling, Shiraz. But a string of great vintages perfectly suited to Cabernet has piqued the interest of winelovers everywhere. This one from 5-Star Halliday-rated winery Dorrien Estate is an absolute screamer.
Bleasdale Langhorne Creek Meritage 2014
Exhibiting up front dark berry fruit flavours and dried herb notes which carry through to the spicy mid palate. A smooth textured wine with great tannin structure that fills out the back palate. Vanillin oak characters derived from the combination of French and American oak add balance to delightful fruit. A wine of excellent length and made to enjoy.
Blood Brother Republic Duck Mclaren Vale Shiraz Mataro 2015
Blood Brother Republic wines reflect what McLaren Vale does best - full bodied reds. Securing the very best parcels of fruit from across McLaren Vale that contribute intense flavours and great character. The result, a rich blend of Shiraz and Mataro showing rich dark fruits and an earthy aroma. On the palate, soft rich dark berries and a long silky finish.
Riddoch E.k. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2013
After a year-long search, our Tasting Panel unanimously voted this our 2015 Red Wine of the Year. It's a classic Coonawarra Cabernet, the famous Riddoch label. It has beautiful lifted red fruits, hints of cassis, mulberry and blueberry. Oak is supportive and textural - just as it should be. Enjoy now or cellar until 2020.
Paragon Mclaren Vale Shiraz 2015
A real mouthful of flavour, blackberry, blackcurrant and dark plum fruits balanced by fine grained almost sandy oak tannins. The finish is long and stylish.