2016 D E V O T U S
One of the best Pinot Noirs to come out of New Zealand. Painstaking attention to detail, an obsession with quality and miniscule quantities.
Gramercy Cellars is unquestionably in the top handful of producers in Washington State. While they started out mostly Syrah/Rhône based, they’ve since added several Bordeaux blends that are world class.
97 Point: Yarra Yering
97 Points - James Halliday. This is in classic Yarra Yering style: rich, powerful and complex, but doesn’t go over the top, its varietal expression plain for all to see, its length exceptional, its longevity likewise.
The Best Buys
We have compiled a list of the most sought-after wines as well as ones you really should consider stockpiling your home cellar with...
Château Pontet Canet & Les Hauts Pontet Canet
One of the great names in Pauillac who consistently produces wines on-par with the First-Growths.
Peter Michael Ma Danseuse Pinot Noir 2012
Robert Parker awards the perfect 100 points and even believes it resembles the great Domaine Romanée Conti
98 Point 2014 Errázuriz Las Pizarras Pinot Noir
Chile’s ‘Grand Cru’ terroir-driven Pinot Noir from coastal Aconcagua: The inaugural release with production levels at a miniscule 300 cases, which the critics adore - 98 James Suckling
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Australia By Producer
As the 4th largest exporter of wine in the world, Australia has achieved an incredible amount for a nation that only harvested its first bunch of grapes just over 200 years ago.
USA By Producer
Every state in the USA produces its own wine, however almost all (around 95%) of the production is across just four of the fifty states: California, Washington, Oregon and New York.
New Zealand By Producer
New Zealand has three top wine growing regions, Marlborough, Gisborne and Hawke’s Bay which produce some of the New World’s most popular wines.
France By Producer
Without a doubt, France is one of the most important countries when talking about wine. The diversity of wine is due to the varied climate and soil meaning that numerous grape varieties can be grown all over France and across the regions.