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Arquiteka Cider - Case 330ml

ARQUITEKA apple cider is the culmination of two years of thoughtful experimentation. It combines nine varieties of hand picked Yarra Valley apples (twice cold pressed), five carefully selected yeast strains, purified rain water, a little genius, and aged from six months, & up to two years.

Country: Australia


$90.00
each


Stock: 2 units



Artemi Vermouth Ambre 500ml

Country: Australia


$42.00
each


Stock: 1 unit



Balcombe Coastal Dry Gin 41% 700ml

A local Gin made from locally sourced (well, except juniper) botanicals, but the guys at Garagiste Vintners.

This terrific small batch gin, inspired by the flavours of the Mornington Peninsula, is distilled by our friends, Garagiste Vintners in collaboration with Melbourne's The Craft & Co distillery. Long recognised as one of Victoria's finest boutique winemakers, Barney and Cam's foray into craft spirits was inspired by the idea of combining some of the coastal ingredients indigenous to the peninsula--samphire, saltbush and … more

Country: Australia
Producer: Balcombe Distillery
Region: Mornington Peninsula


$95.00
each


Stock: 5 units



Balcombe Mabel Dry Gin 700ml

40% ABV. Mabel is distilled in Richmond in concert with the talented Brogan Carr, whom Cam Marshall describes as a "genius" regarding the way she has helped the lads bring their ideas to fruition. A soft base of juniper provides the canvas, green cardamom brings fragrance and samphire salty umami, while pepperberry adds a citrus tang and a lick of spice on the subtle finish. But the Balcombe team will stress that Mabel is not all about the botanicals. Silky … more

Country: Australia
Producer: Balcombe Distillery
Region: Mornington Peninsula


$80.00
each

$76.00
in a mixed case (6 per case)


Stock: 1 unit



Balgownie Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

The Estate Cabernet is one of the original wines of Balgownie estate, and is produced from vineyards planted almost 50 years ago at Maiden Gully outside Bendigo. The vineyard has provided excellent conditions throughout its long year history, producing sensational Cabernet since the first release in 1972. An impressive, rich and complex wine with depth, excellent balance and length of palate that is a memorable match with roast sirloin or a wine to cellar and savour with sixteen years bottle … more

Country: Australia
Region: Bendigo


$39.00
each

$35.00
in a mixed case (6 per case)


Stock: 4 units



Bannockburn Chardonnay 2019

Drawn mostly from the Estate's Olive Tree Hill Vineyard (planted in 1976) and Winery Block (1981), on volcanic soils over limestone, the average age of vines sits around the 35-year-old mark. 2018 marks the first year this blend includes fruit from the Kelly Lane Vineyard (Clone 76), from where a massale selection is soon to be grafted over with a section of the close-planted De la Roche and De La Terre vineyards.

The fruit was whole bunch pressed, settled overnight … more

Country: Australia
Region: Geelong


$65.00
each

$59.00
in a mixed case (6 per case)


Stock: 4 units



Bannockburn Pinot Noir 2018

The evolution of Bannockburn's Estate Pinot continues unabated under Matt Holmes' tenure. The 2017 was drawn from batches of Pinot Noir from different blocks planted in 1976, 1997 and 2007--including the perennial sources of the Olive Tree Hill Vineyard and Ann's Block. It also includes a dollop of Pinot from the close-planted De La Terre parcel. All the fruit was fermented with indigenous yeast, with just 20% whole bunches left in the ferment. Élevage played out for 12 months in … more

Country: Australia
Region: Geelong


$62.00
each

$56.00
in a mixed case (6 per case)


Stock: 8 units



Bannockburn Riesling 2019

"Mainly from vines planted in '76, plus a modest planting in '15. Hand-picked, wholebunch pressed, settled overnight, then racked to tank for cold fermentation (for freshness plus drive), part to old puncheons (for texture and complexity). It's far better than the other small scattered patches from the region, and will build with age. Made for fun, but achieved more than that. 12.5% alc." 93 Points, James Halliday's Wine Companion Magazine, July 2020

Country: Australia
Region: Geelong


$32.00
each

$28.80
in a mixed case (6 per case)


Stock: 7 units



Bass Phillip Crown Prince Pinot Noir 2018

Soft wine with pleasant sweet fruits and full, dry finish. Early drinking style with roundness and mouthfilling flavours. Acidity, soft tannins and ever-so-subtle fruit intensity are all balanced into the total package. With time and air in the glass, the wine evolves into broad, mouthfilling flavours: stewed plums with hints of rhubarb. Tinges of acidity: this is a good "drink now" wine which will improve a little over the next couple of years. … more

Country: Australia
Producer: Bass Phillip
Region: Gippsland


$70.00
each

$63.00
in a mixed case (6 per case)


Stock: 7 units



Bass Phillip Estate Pinot Noir 2018

A fitting swansong release from Jones as he hands the winery to new owners.

This is all about the dark berreis and florals, but Jones's wines are all about texture, adn this one has it in spades.

Country: Australia
Producer: Bass Phillip
Region: Gippsland


$100.00
each

$90.00
in a mixed case (6 per case)


Stock: 8 units



Bass Phillip Gewurztraminer 2016

Very small production: started as a "hobby wine". Strong varietal, floral aromas with freshness & depth. Backbone of natural acidity. Pronounced minerality. Long palate. Tends to "fatten" with chewey texture after four years in bottle.

WINEMAKER'S NOTES: Classic Gewurz aromatics, good acidity, long flavour: textured & well balanced. Back palate lingers with rich Gewurz flavour: this is certainly the best we have made!

Country: Australia
Producer: Bass Phillip
Region: Gippsland


$50.00
each

$44.10
in a mixed case (6 per case)


Stock: 5 units



Bass Phillip Old Cellar Pinot Noir 2018

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Country: Australia
Region: Gippsland


$43.00
each

$38.70
in a mixed case (6 per case)


Stock: 4 units



Bass Phillip Premium Chardonnay 2016

Original 1979 planting: two to three barrels per year. Always intense in citrus fruits and powerful flavour. Pronounced minerality. Long palate and long-keeping. Original Estate vineyard; subtle but powerful wine with 100% new oak.

"A pure chardonnay, more tightly structured/strung than its Estate sibling, and with greater drive. The flavour spectrum brings grapefruit and white peach into play, but doesn't obliterate the richness or creamy fruitiness. The ProCork is a worry for extended cellaring." - James Halliday

Country: Australia
Region: Gippsland


$110.00
each

$99.00
in a mixed case (6 per case)


Stock: 3 units



Bass Phillip Premium Pinot Noir 2014 375ml

The 2014 vintage has delivered an essential purity, depth of colour and overall balance: 2014 is one of our five best vintages ever. The best examples are multi-layered and with long, more emphatic tannins and a firm, long acidity. These are great wines from Bass Phillip, and they are all capable of long-term cellaring.

All the reds need one to two hours breathing after pulling the cork.

WINEMAKERS NOTES: Very complete with intense dark fruits, acid backbone and complex, long … more

Country: Australia
Producer: Bass Phillip
Region: Gippsland


$160.00
each

$144.00
in a mixed case (6 per case)


Stock: 5 units



Bass Phillip Premium Pinot Noir 2018

"The premium Pinot Noirs have beautiful, black cherry, floral and gamey aromas, supple, velvety tannins, underlying smoky oak and great flavour length. The fruit is sourced from the low cropping four hectare north-east facing vineyard at Leongatha. Philip Jones’ philosophy is to “allow nature to drive the viticulture and wine making processes. Natural yeasts, no filtration and extended time on lees are all par for the course. The wine is aged in French Alliers oak for 12 to 18 months … more

Country: Australia
Producer: Bass Phillip
Region: Gippsland


$260.00
each

$234.00
in a mixed case (6 per case)


Stock: 4 units



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