Milton 2012 Pinot Noir Tasmania
Stacks of red and dark cherry fruit in this crowd-pleasing Pinot. Hugely appealing now, or cellar 3-5 years.
$ 33.50 each
Kelvedon 2012 Pinot Noir Tasmania
Strapping new vintage from this East Coast producer. Big and complex with herbaceous intensity.
$ 33.50 each
Clarence House 2013 Tempranillo Tasmania
Strong red fruits through a balanced really drinkable palate. The best example of this Spanish variety we’ve seen from Australia.
$ 29.50 each
Richard Meyman 2010 Bersenbrück 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
Domaine A 2008 Petit a Tasmania
A Cabernet - Merlot blend joins the Domaine A stable. Super mid-palate with length and structure. Excellent drinking now.
$ 55.00 each
Third Child 2013 Jack Ryan Pinot Noir Tasmania
A new 'early drinking'-style from this small producer in the upper Coal River Valley. Vibrant cherry and violet with a savoury finish.
Normally $ 22.50 each
Special while stocks last $ 20.50 each for 2 or more
Third Child 2013 Ella Mae Riesling Tasmania
This current release is really starting to blossom. Zesty lime/lemon all over the place - low alcohol, crunchy dry acid backbone.
[95 points - James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion 2015]
Normally $ 22.95 each
Special while stocks last $ 22.00 each, $ 21.00 each for 2 or more
Richard Meyman 2013 Waseca Riesling Tasmania
Classic lemon / floral hints and a steely backbone ensuring cellaring 5-9+ years.
Normally $ 26.50 each
Special while stocks last $ 23.50 each, $ 22.50 each for 2 or more