Domaine A 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon Tasmania
Early call, but this could be the best Domaine A Cabernet yet. We'll find out in ten years time.
$ 105.00 each
Domaine A 2005 Merlot Tasmania
Highly intense fruit. Remarkable wine with super length and complexity, all at 8 years young.
$ 80.00 each
Pinot Trio Tasmania
Kelvedon 2011 Pinot Noir
Standout from the difficult 2011 vintage. Bright red fruits and spice on the palate. Great drinking now.
Milton 2012 Pinot Noir
Stacks of red and dark cherry fruit. Hugely appealing now, with cellaring potential for 3-5 years.
Glaetzer-Dixon 2013 'Avance' Pinot Noir
Vibrant red berry fruit in this brand new, early drinking pinot from Nick Glaetzer. Exciting drinking.
$ 33.50 each
Laurel Bank 2012 Riesling Tasmania
A worthy gold medal winner at the Hobart Wine Show. Super delicate with cool lime nuances. Drinking a treat.
$ 25.95 each
Richard Meyman 2010 'Bersenbruck' Pinot Noir Tasmania
A satisfying degree of palate weight, yet maintains the subtlety of the Tasmanian Style, and delightful drinking. A mix of fruit from the Derwent and Coal River Valleys.
$ 39.90 each
Stoney Vineyard 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon Tasmania
Delicious Cabernet for drinking in the short term, with cellaring potential for 4-7 years. Hard to find a better value Cab in Australia.
$ 34.50 each
572 Richmond Road 2005 Riesling
Aged rieslings are scarce these days, and this is a fine example. Dry honey and lime nuances with that subtle hint of diesel. Still many years left in it.
$ 25.50 each
Domaine A / Stoney Vineyard Six Pack Tasmania
3 x Stoney Vineyard 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon
1 x Domaine A 2008 'Petit a' Cabernet - Merlot
1 x Domaine A 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon
1 x Domaine A 2005 Merlot
Some for the cellar, and some to keep you away from it!
Normally $ 343.50 each
Special while stocks last $ 325.00 each
Domaine A 2008 Petit a Tasmania
A new Cabernet - Merlot blend joining the Domaine A stable. Super mid-palate with length and structure. Excellent drinking now.
$ 55.00 each
Apsley Gorge 2009 Pinot Noir Tasmania
An arresting new vintage from cult East Coast producer Brian Franklin. Serious layers of fruit with the Apsley 'French touch' all over it. Super-intense, weighty with a lacquering, lengthy finish.
$ 67.90 each
Winstead 2010 'Lot 7' Pinot Noir Tasmania
We love this new release of the old vine Lot 7. Stewed rhubarb and berries on the palate with some real weight behind it. Worthy gold medal at the Hobart Wine Show.
$ 44.50 each
Morningside 2012 Chardonnay Tasmania
An outstanding chardonnay from this small producer in the upper Coal River Valley. Expertly balanced between cool, ripe stone fruits and a hint of oak.
$ 27.90 each