The warmest wines on scale… Rich, intense, with a broodingly dense, concentrated style, this brave selection includes the very special 2003 Hobbs of Barossa Ranges Gregor Shiraz - awarded 96 Points from Robert Parker, it’s concentrated and riveting fruit has been achieved by drying the grapes before pressing – the same process used in the production of unctuous Amarone. Surprisingly, the ‘biggest’ wine here, the 2006 Wild Duck Springflat Shiraz tips the scales at 16.5% and is one of the smoothest examples of Shiraz we have ever come across…
Full-throttle, hedonistic wines that fly the flag of fruit generosity proudly, but charm with their elegance and confidence. Featuring the highly scored 2005 Rare Shiraz Block from Branson Coach House, as well as the 2008 Shirvington Cabernet Sauvignon frequently referred to as ‘The Screaming Eagle of South Australia’. To top it off, we have also added the 2004 Two Hands Zippy’s Block – sourced from a single vineyard whose fruit was used in the production of Penfolds Grange.
Incredible work from Jonathan Maltus – the founder and winemaker behind the brand. He was the first Englishman in Bordeaux to win the perfect score from Robert Parker for his 2010 Château Dome Le Dôme (we sold out at £2,200 per case). He has since taken his ridiculous talent to the Barossa Valley where he perfectly merges classic French winemaking skills with old vine Barossa fruit.
1 x Devotus Reserve Pinot Noir 2016
18.5+/20 Points - Raymond Chan
2014 (inaugural vintage) - sold out
2015 - sold out
2016 - sold out in New Zealand on pre-allocation basis
(strictly 1 bottle per customer)
1 x Devotus Pinot Noir 2016
18.5/20 Points - Raymond Chan
The most incredible vertical of both the super-rare Ashmead Cabernet Sauvignon and the iconic Command Shiraz…
All above scores awarded by Robert Parker and Jay Miller (erobertparker.com).
1 x Tatiarra Caravan of Dreams Shiraz 2006
1 x Tatiarra Trademark Shiraz 2006
2 x Tatiarra Cambrian Shiraz 2005
2 x Tatiarra Cambrian Shiraz 2006
Undoubtedly the most notoriously temperamental grape variety of all, Pinot Noir has often proved difficult to grow. However, once it is successful it is able to produce some of the finest wines in the world, rewarding all the 'Pinot Noir lovers' for their outstanding patience in the tireless hunt for the utopian wine. There is no need to chase the dream anymore – we present you with a hand-picked selection, which includes Burn Cottage; the winner of the New Zealand Pinot Noir of the 2014 Vintage as shortlisted by Decanter Magazine.
The only collection available in the world...
The Aberfeldy Vineyard was established in 1904 by the Birks family, of Wendouree fame, about five kilometres south-east of Clare township on a site nestled at the bottom of the easternmost hills of the Clare Valley. Many of the shiraz vines planted by A.P. Birks and his brother William are still bearing fruit and it’s those gnarled centurions that give Aberfeldy Shiraz it’s deserved iconic status...
The collection is offered @ £900.00 – Only sold in its entirety.
A fantastic duo of the critical acclaimed Giesen Pinot Noirs, scoring 97 in the 2012 vintage and 96 Points in 2013 from the leading New Zealand wine critic, Bob Campbell MW. Also, amongst the plenthora of awards, it is worth noting that the 2013 Ridge Block is the Champion Pinot Noir Trophy winner at the highly respected 2016 International Wine and Spirits Competition (IWSC).
Two iconic wines from Giesen - the 97 Pointer from Bob Campbell 2012 Ridge Block Pinot Noir and the 96 Pointer 2012 The Fuder Sauvignon Blanc. Outstanding premium label wines, rarely seen outside of borders of New Zealand.