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The all-rounder is six wines to cover all bases. It starts with a fresh fizz from the Yarra Valley, then moves through five different wines with strong varietal and regional identity – but all of them so tasty and approachable as to lead any wine-lover cheerily through their landscape.

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1 x NV Airlie Bank Sparkling Brut

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1 x 2019 Shadowfax Macedon Ranges Pinot Gris

Hand-picked, whole-bunch pressed, wild-fermented in used French oak, matured for 9 months on lees. A very complex gris, both bouquet and palate unfolding citrus and almonds, multi-spices, moving into a world of honeysuckle, poached pear and fig in the mouth. 95 points. James Halliday, Halliday Wine Companion 2021

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1 x 2019 TWR Sauvignon Blanc

Grapefruit and green herbs, pickled beans and flint. Nice start. The palate is succulent, fine boned, porcelain textured, exceptionally long and oh so sleek. Bright flavours, passionfruit and sage leaf, some strong ‘minerally characters’ left undefined but there. Very good, on the old school rating charts. 93 points. Mike Bennie, The Wine Front 

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1 x 2019 Punt Road Pinot Noir

There’s a lot of thought goes into making wines at Punt Road. Tim Shand is something of an alchemist in the winery. Red fruit, some fennel, also quite smoky too. It delivers a good amount of flavour with fine chalky tannin, a little drying, but with strawberry in a lipstick mouth sweetness to temper, along with brown spices and dried herb. A nice bit of complexity, and some grip on a solid finish. It’s drinking very well now, which is good news too. 93 Points, Gary Walsh, The Wine Front

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1 x 2018 Frankland Estate Cabernet Sauvignon

Loads of charm to the bouquet, cinnamon and mixed red berries, raspberry coulis and toasty, cedary oak. It's silken and beautifully balanced - ripe fruit allowed to sing without the heavy hand of oak. Exceptional value. 94 points, Nick Butler, The Real Review A glossy ruby verging on opaque. Inviting. The set of estate wines-for lack of a better expression-is superb. It sets one up for the higher tier of the range, while consolidating the address as a source of eminently enjoyable wines. Artisanal, honest and for those seeking wines of place, affordable. Black currant. Sage. Tapenade. Mulch. A potpourri of herb and graphite. Frankland Petit Châteaux. 93 points. Ned Goodwin MW, Halliday Wine Companion 2021

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1 x 2018 Heartland Shiraz

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