Neudorf 2013 Sauvignon Blanc, Nelson NZ $45
From the winery rated as New Zealand’s greatest Estate by the International Wine Report, it is the combination of
minerality and richness that set it apart.
Tim Adams 2010 Reserve Riesling, Clare Valley SA $50
Only produced in the great vintages, this Riesling comes from the best parcels of fruit from Tim’s Clare Valley
vineyard. Bone dry in style, rich lime and citrus zest flavours abound.
Xanadu Premium Chardonnay, Margaret River WA $53
Rated the number 1 wine in Ray Jordan’s current Top 100, wild yeast and 100% barrel ferment have added
intense character to this wine. Clean and bright, allowing the natural stone fruit characters to shine.
A hint of nutty cashew flavour on the finish will leave you wanting more.
Suckfizzle 2011 Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, Margaret River WA $58
From Augusta in the very south of the Margaret River region, this wine is a classic, complex and unique example of
Margaret River’s signature regional white blend of Semillon and Sauvignon blanc. Made in the French Bordeaux style,
it spends an extended time in French oak, giving even greater richness and complexity to the blend.
Credaro 2014 1000 Crowns Chardonnay, Margaret River WA $68
This is a new release from the Credaro family team, it has won 4 Gold Medals at major national wine shows. It is a
medium to full bodied style, with flavours of stone fruit, zesty grapefruit and citrus blossom, completed by a rich
creamy finish. Eight months in new and second use French oak have added a further degree of rich, nutty complexity.
Moet & Chandon NV Brut Imperial, France $110
Moët & Chandon Brut Imperial has become one of the world's most-loved Champagnes. 'Moet' is characterised by
bright fruitiness and elegant maturity. The palate reveals subtle pear, citrus and brioche notes.
Bowen Estate 2013 Cabernet, Coonawarra SA $48
Winner of Double Gold at the 2015, 6 Nations Wine Challenge, this is another classic from one of the most
consistent producers in Coonawarra. Classic minty, violets on the nose lead into a medium to full bodied palate.
Xanadu 2013 Premium Cabernet, Margaret River WA $49
Trophy winner for Best Australian Cabernet at the 2015 National Wine Show of Australia. Very refined and elegant,
all the classic Margaret River characters are present, none dominating the
Charles Melton 2012 Kirche, Barossa Valley SA $52
Classic Barossa wine from one of the best producers in the Valley. This is a Shiraz Cabernet blend, that screams
big Barossa red from the second you smell it. 27 months in French and American oak have also added greater
punch. Full bodied, and given the nose, a surprisingly smooth and round finish. Very limited production.
Yering Station 2012 Estate Pinot Noir, Yarra Valley Vic $55
Medium red/purple, a lighter shade of colour, but bright and vibrant looking. Red and darker cherry fragrance,
with a sweetness that derives from good fruit ripeness. The palate is light to medium-bodied and smooth as satin.
The tannins are quite present but beautifully supple. It has intensity and drive but also refinement.
Samuels Gorge 2014 Grenache, McLaren Vale SA $60
Medium bodied in style, almost elegant. Fragrant, ripe red berry fruits jump from the glass, on the palate more
savoury, spicy notes make themselves present. One to savour as it opens up in the glass, a real surprise packet.