Red Wine

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  1. Amesbury Estate Shiraz 2013

    Amesbury Estate Shiraz 2013

    This wine has fresh lively fruit aromas. The palate has a berry fruit and oak undertones while the finish is well rounded and velvety in texture. The fruit continues on the finish, a clean fruit driven wine.
  2. Black Jack Estate 2004 Shiraz

    Black Jack Estate 2004 Shiraz

    There are hints of mocha and black cherry on the nose, with intermingled lavender, fine pepper and a lovely earthy quality. These flavours follow on to a silky smooth palate, wine fine, ripe tannins and a long, clean finish. The balance of flavours mean the wine is very drinkable while young but does greatly benefit from cellaring.
  3. Bunnamagoo Estate Merlot 2012

    Bunnamagoo Estate Merlot 2012

    Flavours of blackberry and dark cherry with characters of blood plum. This wine was matured in a mixture of new and older French oak for 12 months which softened the tannins and added hints of vanilla and toast.
    S$43.90 S$35.90
  4. Bunnamagoo Estate Shiraz 2011

    Bunnamagoo Estate Shiraz 2011

    Attractive and lifted aroma of green plum, mulberry and violets with hints of menthol, choc mint and stewed rhubarb. The palate has an abundance of red and dark berry fruit flavours with hints of cherry cola, liquorice and green plums.
    S$43.90 S$35.90
  5. David Hook Reserve - Sparkling Rose 2015

    David Hook Reserve - Sparkling Rose 2015

    Hunter Valley

    This sparkling rose is crafted from shiraz, pinot noir and pinot grigio grown at Pothana Vineyard, Belford.

    The wine is vivacious with a floral scent and deep berry flavours. A lively effervescence and zesty acid finish make this wine eminently drinkable. A great aperitif.

  6. David Hook Old Vines - Shiraz 2014

    David Hook Old Vines - Shiraz 2014

    Pothana Vineyard, Belford, Shiraz 2014

    Deep brick red in colour the wine has subtle aromas of spice, pepper and savoury oak. The palate is medium weight with blackberry fruit dominating, firm but with a long soft savoury finish.

    Bottled in September 2015. Only 6,000 bottles in this production.

  7. David Hook Reserve - Central Ranges Orange Barbera 2015

    David Hook Reserve - Central Ranges Orange Barbera 2015

    This years wine comes from a vineyard located in the foothills of Mount Canobolas. The cool climate and ancient volcanic soils combined produce high quality grapes with good intensity of flavour and high natural acidity. 

    Winemakers notes: The of grapes were fermented in traditional open vats which were hand plunged regularly. The wine was matured in older oak barrels for 12 months prior to bottling.

    Tasting notes: The wine is deep crimson red in colour with dry cherry and prune aromas. Savoury flavours dominate the palate which is medium bodied and finishes with a firm acidity accompanied by fine soft tannins typical of this variety.

    Barbera is a versatile partner with food. It is great with sausages, pasta, duck and cheese.

    If you are throwing a steak or sauages onto the grill, get out the Barbera.

  8. Della Fay Geographe Reserve Shiraz 2011

    Della Fay Geographe Reserve Shiraz 2011

    Healthy crimson-purple. An impressive first-up wine, medium-bodied, replete with classic and delicious cherry, plum, spice and pepper.

    The finish is supple and smooth, building on all that has gone before.

    S$65.00 S$59.00
  9. Della Fay Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Della Fay Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Cabernet Sauvignon is the king of varietals in Western Australia Region. Year after year it produces world class wines that have helped put Margaret River on the map.

    Bright hues of crimson and magenta with powerful aromas of  plum and that typical cigar box character often seen in good Cabernet.

    Palate is rich and juicy with great weight of flavour.

  10. Happs Estate Range Cabernet Sauvignon

    Happs Estate Range Cabernet Sauvignon

    A medium to full bodied wine with concentrated fruit flavour and good structure.

    The flavours are of black currant, red currant, black jubes, and maraschino cherry with hints of black olive, stewed rhubarb and bitter chocolate.

    The palate is tight with good acidity and noticeable grainy tannin that combine to give the wine the classic drying structure one expects from this variety. A wine that will undoubtedly reward those who lay it down for a few years.

  11. Happs Merlot 2015

    Happs Merlot 2015

    iMerlot displays attractive dark fruit and cherry with notes of forest floor, eucalypt and tar.

    These dark and red fruit flavours are allied with hints of choc mint and tomato leaf. The palate is very soft with fine grained tannin perfect for day to day drinking.

  12. Happs Preservative Free Red

    Happs Preservative Free Red

    Ripe strawberry, cherry, cocoa, truffle and rhubarb aromas with hints of herb and cedar.

    A medium-bodied wine with maraschino cherry, plum skin, dark chocolate and stewed rhubarb flavours. The tannins are soft and the finish persistent and juicy

  13. Three Hills Cabernet Franc 2009

    Three Hills Cabernet Franc 2009

    This is a wine with an impressive structure and depth of flavour. The wine displays aromas of ripe red berries, violets and a slight forest floor note. The flavours are concentrated, ripe and dominated by sweet berry fruit characters that soak up plenty of top quality French oak. The fine slightly chalky tannins give the wine texture and structure, yet they finish fine and long.

  14. Three Hills Charles Andreas 2004

    Three Hills Charles Andreas 2004

    (32% Cabernet sauvignon, 32% Merlot, 18% Malbec and 18% Petit Verdot)

    Lifted red fruit, tomato leaf, choc mint and violets with hint of rose water, cranberry and toasty oak. The wine displays a lovely balance between fruit and tannin with both vying for dominance yet neither succeeding. The flavours are distinctly red fruit with hints of sour cherry, herbs and green plum. The tannins are quite chalky and provide a classic Bordeaux structure and some attractive grip to the finish.

  15. Three Hills Shiraz 2004

    Three Hills Shiraz 2004

    Concentrated aroma of raspberry, plums, redskin, rum and raison, ripe cherry and violets with spice and pepper notes. A full bodied intensely flavoured wine with a beautiful, velvety mouth-feel.

    The palate is concentrated and ripe with sweet raspberry fruit, plum skin, mint and stewed fruit. Some nice cedary oak is completely soaked up by this wines intense fruit.

    The tannins are dense but still soft and velvety and give the wine great texture and length.

    Erl Happ says: When I am working with tangelo, grapefruit, lime or lemon perhaps making a fruit juice or a cordial two things help. One is to dilute with water and the other is to add sugar. With Shiraz we have a wine with great extract, lots of flavour. But the great examples of Shiraz although massively extracted are completely dry in the sense that they are devoid of sugar. What makes them so palatable is the mysterious natural sweetness that provides balance. This is a Shiraz of that sort. The range of flavour seen here is only possible in the coolest ripening regimes, when the vines are dry grown. Increase the temperature of ripening and the wine becomes simpler, less engaging and more singular in its flavour expression.

  16. Three Hills Sangiovese 2011

    Three Hills Sangiovese 2011

    An attractive aroma of black olive, licorice, black jube, sour cherry and forest floor with a note of eucalyptus and dried herb.

    A medium weight wine with intense sweet fruit displaying flavours of sour cherry, red fruit and black olive with notes of game and earth.

    The palate is defined by powerful mouth coating tannins that are fine and slightly chalky with great flavour persistence. This wine is distinctly savoury and a perfect match for Mediterranean food.

  17. Three Hills Petit Verdot 2008

    Three Hills Petit Verdot 2008

    Ripe dark berries and pepper spice on the nose with a wonderful full palate of juicy berries and soft silky tannins which complement the lingering fruit and spice complexity at the finish. This wine has the versatility to accompany almost any dining situation and will cellar and develop for 3-4 years.

    Erl Happ says: If you thought Cabernet Sauvignon the greatest of red grapes think again. Petit Verdot has an enormous reputation in Bordeaux, where they describe it as  SUPER Cabernet Sauvignon, but it rarely ripens there, and only in the warmest locations closest to the Atlantic.

    At Three Hills its the last grape to be picked, but its always ripe. It's the Bordeaux variety that escaped the Cabernet Franc parentage and genes, unlike Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot , Malbec and Cabernet Franc. This is a seriously engaging wine, eminently suitable for wooing.

  18. Three Hills Malbec 2012

    Three Hills Malbec 2012

    This Malbec's most significant characteristic is its intense dark color with an aroma that evokes cherries.

    In the mouth this Malbec is warm, soft, and sweet, with non-aggressive tannins.

  19. Silkwood Zinfandel 2012

    Silkwood Zinfandel 2012

    Warm fruit cake and cherries come to mind with the aroma which combine with plums on the palate with complex spices and toasty oak . This is a robust wine not for the faint hearted
  20. Silkwood Silky Red Blend 2012

    Silkwood Silky Red Blend 2012

    This lively blend of Shiraz, Merlot and Pinot has attractive aromas of raspberries and ripe fruit. Blackberries are the dominant fruit flavor on the palate of this smooth, richly flavoured, mouth filling wine. From Pemberton in Australia's South West.

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