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ImageNamePriceQuantityBuyCritic Review
2017 Rocky Gully Cabernets2017 Rocky Gully Cabernets$22.00
As with the rest of this range, this is sturdy, savoury and delicious at a price. Yet sacrificing no integrity. Transparent fealty to variety: black olive, currant, sage and tobacco leaf. Mid-weighted and curbed with graphite tannins, gentle enough for approachability; firm enough for stature and mid-term cellaring. 92 points. Ned Goodwin MW, Halliday Wine Companion 2021
2019 Rocky Gully Riesling2019 Rocky Gully Riesling$22.00
A lovely introduction to Frankland Estate. Pulpy, juicy and unfettered by anything hard or angular, without compromising an indelible refreshment factor. This mid-weight is dialled into the perfect point of ripeness: acidity on the drinkability metre. 92 points. Ned Goodwin MW, Halliday Wine Companion 2021
2017 Rocky Gully Shiraz2017 Rocky Gully Shiraz$22.00
The second label from Frankland Estate down at Frankland River. A spicy and quite peppery shiraz that offers an alternative medium-weight elegant style. 93 Points , Tony Jordan's Top 100 Reds 2019
NV Airlie Bank Sparkling BrutNV Airlie Bank Sparkling Brut$24.00
2017 Pierre Amadieu Côtes-du-Rhône 'Roulepierre' Rouge2017 Pierre Amadieu Côtes-du-Rhône 'Roulepierre' Rouge$25.00
2018 Pittnauer Pitti Rosé2018 Pittnauer Pitti Rosé$26.00
Strawberry and redcurrant, a slight smokiness, and green herb. Fresh style, all about acid drive, crunch and juicy blood orange tang. Chalkiness on a tart and lively finish. More a white wine style of Rose, but good energy here. 91 points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front
2019 Chalmers Rosato2019 Chalmers Rosato$28.00
Made mostly from Aglianico, with decent splashes of Nero d'Avola and Sagrantino. And the Aglianico is fermented in barrel, which explains the wine's lovely creamy texture. It's also vibrant, laced with bright spicy fruit and lemony acidity. The essence of summer in a glass. 93 points. Jane Faulkner, Halliday Wine Companion 2021
2019 TWR Sauvignon Blanc2019 TWR Sauvignon Blanc$30.00
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 
2018 Glaetzer Anaperenna Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon2018 Glaetzer Anaperenna Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon$55.00
82% shiraz (30-100yo vines), 18% cabernet sauvignon (80-130yo vines) yielding 2.5t/ha, open-fermented, hand-plunged, matured for 16 months in new hogsheads (92% French, 8% American). Full-bodied, plum blackberry, supple tannin, good oak. Easy to argue this is too cheap. 96 points. James Halliday, Halliday Wine Companion 2021
2017 Yeringberg Chardonnay2017 Yeringberg Chardonnay$66.00
Hand-picked, 30% whole-bunch pressed, 70% crushed and destemmed, 70% wild-fermented, 35% mlf, matured for 11 months in barrel. Rich, round and supple. Strikingly different to the Mornington Peninsula styles coming ex '17. 95 Points, James Halliday, Halliday Wine Companion
2017 Burn Cottage Moonlight Race2017 Burn Cottage Moonlight Race$69.00
A lot of vibrant red and dark cherries here with supple, silky tannins, delivering a fresh and sleek feel to the palate. Approachable and also capable of improving further in bottle. Drink or hold. 93 points. Nick Stock, jamessuckling.com
Spring Drinking PackSpring Drinking Pack$138.00 $117.00Get into the swing of spring with this value pack of easy drinking delights. A single vineyard Yarra bubbles is joined by crisp Aussie riesling, some natural leaning Austrian Rose and balanced out with some medium weighted, spicy shiraz from WA. This pack contains:  
NV Champagne Jacquesson Cuvée No. 742NV Champagne Jacquesson Cuvée No. 742$125.00
The Extra-Brut Cuvee No. 742, based on the 2014 vintage, is a gorgeous wine. In this release, the Cuvee seems especially marked by Pinot in both its flavor profile and texture. Dried pear, hazelnut, mint, chamomile and dried flowers all grace this rich, beautifully resonant Champagne from Jacquesson. Best of all, the 742 will drink well with minimal cellaring. The 700-series Champagnes are often superb; the 742 is an especially fine edition. The blend is 59% Pinot Noir (from Aÿ, Dizy and Hautvillers) and 41% Chardonnay (from Avize and Oiry). Dosage is 1.5 grams per litre. 94 points. Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media