Is a home to our personal favourites and a reference point for something a little special. The criteria is simple; outstanding quality, drinks amazingly well, super-value or (preferably) a combination of all…
Australia's Finest Rosé
The 2017 vintage (for rosé) was undoubtedly the best in Deep Woods Estate’s history, winning a string of awards including the most prestigious Australian trophies at the Perth Royal Wine Show and Margaret River Wine Show. The 2017 Estate Rose is offered exclusively by The Vinorium and is currently not available outside of Australia.
"Worth the Premium"
Over the years, Domaine Sainte Lucie has built up a cult following in the UK becoming the ultimate embodiment of Provencal Rosé. The texture of their Premium cuvée is satiny and luscious, yet the overall effect is buoyant and infectiously juicy. Outstanding on all accounts…
In the hills of Ballard Canyon, stunning wines are crafted at Stolpman using only Estate grown fruit, which is highly sought after by some of the most prestigious wineries in the US. As an example, Sine Qua Non have sourced grapes for their award winning wines (rewarded the perfect 100 Point score by Robert Parker on multiple wines and vintages) from Stolpman vineyard for years.
Felton Road Pinot Noir
A legendary name in New Zealand and undoubtedly the most famous of the Central Otago wineries. Their wines are invariably compared with top Burgundies and some of the best Pinot Noirs from around the world. Their brand sits amongst the very best, with the world leader board placing Felton Road one place behind Vega Sicilia and ahead of Château Petrus and Sassicaia, which is an extraordinary achievement.
Our collection of US wines expands with stunning producers such as the iconic Harlan Estate and the latest projects from the legendary Mondavi family, including Raen wines (their first production of Chardonnay just arrived!) and Continuum, which is set up high on Pritchard Hill, not far from Bryant Family Vineyard and Colgin. Both Mondavi wines are now available by the bottle.
The Art of Glassware from Zalto
In the northern part of Lower-Austria the tradition of glass blowing goes back to the early 14th century. The Zalto family, a glassmaking dynasty whose roots reach back to Venice, settled down in this region six generations ago. Today, the Zalto glass house offers connoisseurs superior and state of the art glasses.
The critics scores are in – 2015 is a great vintage and is going to provide much pleasure. We have gathered a collection of 100 point wines to some absolute bargains from the satellite appellations of the Right Bank. Check back regularly as we will be buying more!
The En-Primeur campaign was warmly greeted and as a whole, considered a success. Now, we have the opportunity to purchase some of the best ‘physical’ wines including the sensational Château Canon and Montrose.
2015 Château Mouton Rothschild
Close to perfection with two critics awarding 99 points however, Jeb Dunnuck believes 2015 Chateau Mouton Rothschild will be a candidate for perfection in 10-12 years. Martin “this is a must-have in your cellar.”
New Release from Château Latour
Château Latour’s famous second wine, Les Forts de Latour is released directly by the Château. 2012 represents the first opportunity to purchase this superbly crafted wine which Latour believes ‘perfectly embodies our philosophy of cellaring at the estate until the first stage of maturity has been reached’…