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It’s no wonder Aussie winemakers have made a habit of mimicking chillable red styles from the Old World – juicily refreshing slurpability seems to come naturally here. The Côtes-du-Rhône red brings together Syrah and Grenache, the Austrian red is a blend of Blaufränkisch and Zweigelt, and the Beaujolais-Villages is straight Gamay with striking vitality.

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2017 Pierre Amadieu Côtes-du-Rhône 'Roulepierre' Rouge

Like all good Côtes-du-Rhône, this Pierre Amadieu is juicy and mouth-filling but with a brightness that makes it moreishly drinkable anytime, including with a chill. The Pierre Amadieu team handpicks bunches of Grenache and Syrah grown on chalk and clay soils for this wine, which shows raspberry, blackberry, cherry and plum notes with a seam of liquorice and earthy spice.

2018 Pittnauer Pitti Red

The 2018 Pitti red's attractive bouquet shows dark blackberry, nuances of tobacco and a bit of liquorice. The palate has tight tannins with black berries. It's complex with fresh acid structure and potential to develop nicely in the medium term. - Gerhard Pittnauer

2019 Dominique Piron Beaujolais-Villages

Ripe cherry and raspberry, spice, a sort of pressed rose perfume. Medium-bodied, quite deep in flavour with a pleasing roundness, a bit of grainy tannin, meat and dried herb, and a good finish. It’s just a really good drink, and very accessible. 91 points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front
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