This elegant hinged wooden box is made from Tung wood. The lid and the base is made from 4mm timber. Once assembled, the wooden wine box is sanded down and finished with a clear varnish that brings out the natural grain in the wood. The strong silver plated hinges and sprint mounted clasp enhance the overall quality. This premium wooden wine box shows off any bottle of wine or champagne in its best light.
This elegant hinged wooden box is made from Tung wood. The lid and the base is made from 4mm timber. Once assembled, the wooden wine box is sanded down and finished with a clear varnish that brings out the natural grain in the wood. The strong silver plated hinges and sprint mounted clasp enhance the overall quality. This premium wooden wine box shows off any two bottles of wine or champagne in their best light.
The Château Tour de Sarrail 2009 has a beautifully defined nose of blackberry, minerals and well integrated oak but it needs patience to unite in the glass. Medium-bodied, contained, focused, with well-integrated if prominent new oak towards its long finish.
• Gold Medal and the Trophy for Best Cabernet Sauvignon
• Max Schubert Trophy for Most Outstanding Red Wine in Show
• Top Gold at the 2016 Royal Adelaide Wine Show
• 2016 Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy
(affectionately known as the 'Jimmy', is widely considered to be Australia’s most prestigious wine award)
97 Points - James Halliday
Elegance and purity personified. The varietal expression is pitch perfect, cassis standing proud, its handmaidens fine-grained tannins and cedary French oak. It is an effortless wine, no more than medium-bodied, and needs no further elaboration.
• Gold Perth Wine Show 2015
• Gold Qantas Wine Show of WA Mt Barker 2015
• Trophy & Royal Melbourne Wine Show 2015
• Gold Best Cabernet Sauvignon
97 Points - James Halliday - Exceptional crimson-purple; Julian Langworthy has a rare touch, particularly with cabernet and chardonnay, an unlikely couple outside Margaret River, and even within it when Julian's wines are on show. This has the elegance and symmetry of Bordeaux in good vintages had before they were all pumped up on Parkeresque steroids.
18.5/20 Points - Raymond Chan
• 3,157 vines of Dijon and Abel clones, 22 year old
• Winemaker: Alex Craighead of Alana Estate - determined with the minimal intervention approach, he lets the vineyard to speak for itself.
95 Points - Robert Parker
The exotic, full-throttle, high velocity, mouth-staining, unctuously textured, dense ruby/purple-hued 2003 Grenache Old Vines Blewitt Springs is classic southern Australian Grenache. Pushed to the limit, but not over the top, it is a spectacular wine.
The 2008 Barbera d’Alba reveals terrific integrity of fruit and a racy personality. The very essence here is incredible purity and a great depth, which delivers from start to finish.
94 Points - James Halliday
A faint hint of reduction on the bouquet, but nonetheless with complex spice, leaf and berry aromas; the palate throws off the uncertainty of the bouquet with a velvety array of black fruits, licorice and spice; oak and tannins balanced.
92 Points - Robert Parker
Chocolate, espresso roast, plum, fig, and black currant aromas are followed by a dense, rich, full-bodied Pomerol displaying superb purity, elegance, and noticeable but ripe tannin. There is not an astringent element to be found in this savory, layered, opulent 2006. It is ideal for drinking over the next 12-15+ years.