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Wine drinking has a very, very important rule: drink what you like! But never be afraid to try something new or different. Wine drinking should be fun, free of much of the garbage that interferes with the rest of our lives. It should be a catalyst for social intercourse. It should be pleasurable and memorable, it should be savoured and discussed, it should be fun.

Current wine special offers

Mystery Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2012


Yes we see Mystery Wine clearances all the time. This one is one of the best you'll get. Hugely renowned with a pedigree that sparkles. It has all the bells and whistles and medals to prove it. Rich tropical fruit, superb acid balance and drinkability second to none.
What is it...sorry the lips are super glued. Visit the store, you can clearly see the label. Be prepared to be SURPRISED!
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One Dozen = $188.70

Te Mata Estate Hawkes Bay 2013 Syrah


This wine has always punched well above its weight. From top vintages it can be truly marvelous, this is one such occasion. It has a touch of white Viognier (a traditional wine making technique in France’s Rhône Valley). A delightful floral aroma, supple texture loaded with spicy dark-berry flavours are all standouts in this beautifully balanced Syrah.
Te Mata's description of this wine serves to add to the overall picture of a little star.
"Estate Vineyards Syrah '13 has a dark crimson colour with complex characters of raspberry, red plum and boysenberry together with notes of lavender, cinnamon and five spice. The concentrated palate is immediately syrupy in texture, band balanced by firm powdery tannins that provide great length to the sweet red berry fruit flavours. It is a wonderful accompaniment to all red meats, savoury and lightly spiced dishes of Mediterranean cuisine, as well as soft cheese."
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Fromm La Strada Pinot Noir 2011


94 Points The Wine Front (Gary Walsh, Campbell Mattinson, Mike Bennie)
“Liquorice, spice, floral notes and cherry fruit. Firmly structured and tannic with cool red fruit, crisp acidity and a little spice with a dry, but pretty long finish. Style and structure here. Earthy appeal. Almost like Nebbiolo! What a treat when a wine like this pops its head above the crowd in a big blind tasting.”
4 Stars Michael Cooper, he said...
“The 2011 vintage is floral and supple, with plum, cherry and spice flavours showing good complexity, a silky texture, and excellent depth and harmony.”
4 Stars Raymond Chan's Wine reviews. He said...
“Dark, deep ruby-red colour with a black-hued heart and lighter garnet on rim. The bouquet is gentle and even with ethereal perfumes of dark red berry fruits and fresh red floral detail interwoven harmoniously with red liquorice and raspberry notes. Medium-bodied, restrained flavours of dark red berries and florals are supported by very fine-grained tannins and supple, dry textures. The acidity is in the background enhancing the soft, rounded mouthfeel. The palate flows smoothly and with a sense of balance and completeness to a soft, dry finish with good length. This is a harmoniously balanced Pinot Noir with ethereal red fruits and soft, dry textures. Serve with poultry and rabbit dishes over the next 5-6 years. Predominantly clones 115, 5 and 6, from the ‘Fromm’, ‘Quarters’ and ‘Clayvin’ vineyards, from vines averaging 16 y.o., fully destemmed and indigenous yeast fermented to 14.0% alc., the wine spending 2-3 weeks on skins and aged in barrel. 18.0-/20.”

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Corona de Aragon Old Vine Garnacha 2009


89/100 Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate.
This concentrated wine displays generous fruit with perfumed aromas, the palate is rich and fruity with cherry and red apple notes supported by a hint of cedar and savoury characters from four months in French Oak.
In short 89/100 at this price means it’s a Great Bargain.
“The 2009 Corona de Aragon Garnacha spent 4 months in French oak. Notes of cedar, eucalyptus, and black cherry lead to a supple, round, savoury, concentrated wine that is a steal at the humble asking price. Grandes Vinos y Vinedos collection is replete with stunning values”. Jay Miller, The Wine Advocate.
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Greystone Waipara Pinot Noir 2012


Gold and Trophy for 'Best Pinot Noir" at the Air NZ Wine Awards
5 Stars 96/100 from Bob Campbell in Wine Gourmet Traveller.
He said...
"Made from grapes grown on Greystone's four hillside vineyards, all with calcareous clay soils plus sandstone and grey limestone. Silken textured pinot with dark cherry, black-fleshed plum, subtle spice and nutty oak flavours. Elegant, ethereal wine showing surprising power and length. Distinctive and appealing."
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Mystery Reserve Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2012


A stunning example of a Reserve Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand’s premier region for the variety. Intense, balanced, loaded with ripe fruit; all the bells and whistles. An unbeatable deal. It has massive accolades. A star. What is it...sorry the lips are super glued. Be prepared to be SURPRISED!
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Buy 5 and get an extra one FREE. That's a 6 pac for $18.33 a bottle.
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Protocolo Tempranillo 2011


Waikato Times Weekender Wine of the Week Joelle Thomson. Best Value Buy
"Ruby red with violet hues, clean and very brilliant. Fruity, raspberry, red fruits; very characteristic of the variety. Light notes of toast and spice. A medium bodied palate with great balance with super tannins from the toasty oak and fruit and intensity. Lovely wine.
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Thistle Ridge 2012 Waipara Chardonnay


Bob Campbell’s Chardonnay Best Buy Picks Taste Magazines Top 100 Wines, he said..
“A little ripper that punches way above its weight. It has strong fruit focus with citrus/grapefruit and white peach adding charm. Quite a ‘modern’ style of Chardonnay with tangy acidity.”
As the Chardonnay lovers are well aware, finding good rich affordable, mouth filling Chardonnay is becoming harder by the day. When we tried this we knew immediately that it would put a smile on the faces of many Chardonnay drinkers. Lush butterscotch, peach and nectarine flavours. A good touch of oak with that X factor approachability.
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Fromm La Strada Pinot Gris 2013


94 Points The Wine Front (Gary Walsh, Campbell Mattinson, Mike Bennie)
“Funky, fruit knocked out a bit kind of style – sophisticated, a bit sexy and very vinous. Dry, spicy, chalky textural inputs, mouth filling but not heavy and a long spicy mineral rose petal finish. Yum.”
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Six Pac = $120.00

Rias Baixas Pedra Da Auga 2012 Albarino


This Spanish Albarino is a ripper. Intense fruit aromas on the nose flow onto the palate. Fresh apple with lovely stonefruits in super balance. Crisp, refreshing and moreish. Clean and bright, a brilliant introduction to this lovely grape variety from the country that makes some of the best.
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The New Zealand Whisky Collection South Island Single Malt 21 Year Old


Top Ever Score for a New Zealand Single Malt Ever 95/100 Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2014
"...if someone asked me how I'd like my 21 year old non peated malt to come, it would probably be something like this: a top of the range 40 year old!! Proof that the country in which a whisky is made is totally irrelevant...Great whisky is great whisky. End of..."
What's more check out the price it is a steal. The ones from overseas start at $200+++
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Galway Pipe Grand Tawny 12 year


A legend in its own time. One of the most prestigious names in Australian Fortified wines.
Lush, gorgeous and extremely moreish. Balanced, fine and powerful. So so smooth, concentrated, lovely wood aged characters and divine finesse.
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Thistle Ridge Waipara 2012 Pinot Noir


Pure Elite Gold Medal Winner Air NZ Wine Awards 2013
4 Stars Bob Campbell

How the team at Greystone can produce a quality Pinot at this price point is incredible.
"Serious, moderately concentrated Pinot Noir with plum, dark cherry, berry and spice plus a seasoning of nutty oak. The wine is dry, nicely balanced with a core of sweet fruit gently restrained by fine tannins. Offers great value at this price." Bob Campbell
"Powerful and structured with dark fruits and game. Serve with duck breast." AirNZ Wine Show
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Rocland Barossa Petite Shiraz 2010


From the producers of the Chocolate Box Shiraz comes their American export label 2010 Shiraz. This is a winner in every way.
Gold NZ International Wine Show 2013, they said…
“Opulent and powerful with concentrated blue and black fruits, liquorice, allspice, vanillin oak and smooth seductive tannins.”
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Flying Sheep Single Vineyard 2010 Gewurztraminer


Pure Gold Air NZ Wine Show 2011, they said…
“An elegant and youthful wine with apricot and floral flavours with a pristine, delicate palate that finishes fine and beautifully long.” This wine has matured; without missing a beat.
Made by Osawa Wines, Hawkes Bay.
A hit at our tasting. Full and lush with a dry finish. A ripper food wine.
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Fromm La Strada Syrah 2011


Silver medal Decanter Asia World Wine Awards 2013
4 Stars Michael Cooper
91 Points The Wine Front
(Gary Walsh, Campbell Mattinson, Mike Bennie)
“Warm spice aromas with red currants, touch of briar, touch of animal and a gentle earthy tone. Richness and light, pretty attractive way to dive into the wine. More red fruit to taste with effortless, medium bodied, spicy glide of fruit. Crunchy acidity and very light, fine tannins for definition. Pure and driven, great energy and faint graphite-like mineral vein for interest. Delicious and easy.”
4 Stars Waken the Wine State, they said...
“Deep, bright colour. Weighty and savoury, with ripe plum, spice and black pepper flavours, showing impressive concentration, fine-grained tannins and good complexity.”
4 Stars Raymond Chan's Wine reviews. He said...“MS, Grippat a and b, 174 and 524 clone Syrah fruit from the ‘Fromm’ and ‘Clayvin’ sites, vines averaging 12 y.o., indigenous yeast co-fermented with 3% Viognier to 13.5% alc., the wine aged in 600 L puncheons and piece barrels. Very full, near impenetrable black-red colour with youthful purple hues. This has a fulsome and aromatic nose with bold black berry and spicy, black, peppery fruit lifted by dark florals and perfumes. Medium-full bodied, full and well concentrated flavours of black berries, black and white pepper show with spicy herb and floral notes. The fine-grained tannins are prominent, providing a mouthfilling structure and texture, the acidity discreet and in the background. The flavours flow effortlessly to a very long, dry finish with soft black fruit notes. This is a full and bold, black-fruited Syrah with soft-textured tannin structure. Match with venison and roasted game meat dishes over the next 5-6+ years. 18.0+/20”
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Fromm La Strada Chardonnay 2011


5 Stars Raymond Chan's Wine reviews. He said... “100% Mendoza clone from the ‘Brancott Road’ and ‘Clayvin’ sites, vines 10-15 y.o., mainly WBP, and barrel-fermented with indigenous yeasts to 14.0% alc., the wine aged on lees with 100% MLF. Bright, pale straw-yellow colour with slight green hues, youthful in appearance. The bouquet is elegantly proportioned and refined in expression with intense, interwoven aromas of citrus and white stonefruits, white florals and subtle mealy, nutty and flinty detail. Medium-bodied, a core of white stonefruits and citrus fruits is the feature, with nuances of florals, nuts and flint that add interest. The fruit is vibrant and bright, and with balanced acidity has good drive and energy. Very fine textures underline the palate and fruit and carry the flavours to a long, subtle-flavoured, dry finish with mineral and flinty notes. This is an elegant, refined and fresh Chardonnay with tight citrusy fruit and flinty, minerally interest. Match with seafood and poultry over the next 4-5+ years. 18.5-/20”
4 Stars Michael Cooper
4 Stars WineState,
they said...
“Refined, youthful wine with rich, citrusy, slightly spicy flavours, a light seasoning of oak and a creamy-textured, lengthy finish. Still developing.”
The 2010 was Wine States Chardonnay of the Year: it rated 4 1/2 Stars in its initial review.
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Whitehaven Riesling Marlborough 2010


Gold Medal NZ International Wine Show 2010, they said....
"With a bouquet of honeysuckle and magnolia blossom, this moderately dry style has tangy citrus-infused flavours and a zesty brightness."
Lifted perfumed aromas of lemon rind, citrus flower and floral nuances. This wine has beautiful aged characters with intense lime and green apple to the fore. There are hints of spice and a lovely dry finish. The wine has been cellared to perfection. This is the very last of it. Will cellar for another 2 to 3 years.
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Pretty Paddock 2012 Single Vineyard Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc


Gold Royal Easter Wine Show 2014
Punchy, tropical fruit with intensity and style. A great minerally lift combined with a rich full palate. Mouth filling and delicious. It's value is totally amazing; all the class and brilliance of a Sauvignon Blanc in the twenty dollar plus bracket. A very serious Sauvignon Blanc at a very, very inexpensive price.
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Johanneshof Cellars Marlborough Gewurztraminer 2013


WineNZ rated this one with a super Gewurz Alsace as the Best in their tasting. It will only get more awards as it is GREAT wine.
“Super Classic New Zealand Wine”by prominent wine writer Michael Cooper in his ‘Michael Cooper’s Buyers Guide to NZ Wine 2012 & 2013’ highlighting consistency of excellence over at least five vintages
“This is a beautifully clean wine packed with all the good things that come out of gewurz,” enthused Dan Dineen. It’s a full, round, luscious and powerful wine, well endowed with exotic pot-pourri and sweet Turkish Delight characters. The perfect match for melt-in-the-mouth pork belly." Top 5 41/2 Stars Cuisine
From 'THE' vintage a wine destined for greatness.

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Charles Wiffen Marlborough 2010 Riesling


Gold Medal NZ International Wine Show 2013
5 Stars Raymond Chan Wine Reviews
Pure Elite Gold Air NZ Wine Show 2011,
they said...
"Powerful yet refined and perfectly balanced showing mandarin, golden apple and a hint of honey aromas, followed by a concentrated palate with subtle sweetness and crisp acidity."
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Pewsey Vale Eden Valley Riesling 2013


94/100 Good Food - Ralph Kyte Powell, he said...
"An Australian classic and a bargain. Archetypal, delicate Eden Valley riesling aromas suggest blossom, lime-lemon, spice, and an interesting smoky note. The palate is plump, yet steely structured, with pithy citrus flavours and a lingering, fine finish. (Screw cap: 12.5 per cent alcohol.) Value Fantastic Ageing? Drink over eight years."
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Whitehaven Marlborough 2012 Chardonnay


Silver Medal New Zealand International Wine Show 2013
Our most popular in store Chardonnay. This is the wine we get by far the most requests for and return purchases from. It hits the jackpot in every sense. Medium to full bodied style, finely balanced acidity, a soft creamy texture and a complex array of fruit and savoury flavours that is carried on the long, clean finish.
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Te Pa 2013 Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc


Pure Gold Air New Zealand Wine Awards 2013
Gold Royal Easter Wine Show 2013

Lifted aromas of grapefruit and lime zest on the nose follow onto to a long lush palate. It reflects its outstanding vintage through its lovely soft yet intense flavours of ripe citrus that are woven together by complex mineral notes and a long juicy finish. Lively and thoroughly deserving of its accolades to date. Super Stylish.
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La Puerta Argentina Syrah 2012


This power-packed red defies its price and can happily sit alongside Hawkes Bay Syrah up to twice the price.
“Good value for its price tag. Beefy, zesty shiraz with very ripe black cherry fruit, cola and clove notes. Medium bodied, initially supple then earthy on the finish. A great bargain.” Toronto Life
Metro Top 100 Wines of Summer 2013: Top 10 Bargain Wines
4 Stars Sam Kim, Wine Orbit

Youthful and fragrant, the attractive nose displays red/black plum, game and floral notes. It's ripe and rounded on the palate with silky texture and lovely fruit intensity, leading to a lengthy supple finish. An immediately appealing wine.
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Yalumba FDR:1A 2010


Rare, from an outstanding vintage. This is a brilliant blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz
FDR = Fine dry Red. It pays homage to a legendary 1974 dry red.
93 points Alan Hunter, Courier Mail, 12 October 2013
96 points Tyson Stelzer, Best of the Barossa Top 100 Wines, Barossa Living Magazine, Autumn 2013,
he said...
"Yalumba's Cabernet Shiraz blends stand out in a Barossa line up thanks to their elegant Cabernet focus, making for brighter, more floral and more elegant styles. A determined, Cabernet-led structure promises great longevity. The name may be less than memorable, but don't miss one of the Eden Valley's great age-worthy stars. Drink 2028-2026." Very limited Stocks
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Yalumba The Scribbler Cabernet Sauvignon/Shiraz 2010


Cabernet Sauvignon 57% Shiraz 43%
94 points James Halliday's Wine Companion 2014
Gold Medal Hobart Royal Show 2012
In our opinion the best ever under this label. Outstanding wine.
It and Penfolds Bin 389 are from the same blend. This one must be a contender to fill the gap left in the market at the 389's price has got higher and higher and higher.
Matthew Jukes, 100 Best Australian Wines 2013/14, May 2013, he said... "....The Scribbler, the junior Signature (q.v.), is one of the finest value red wines in the whole of Australia. 2010 is a monumental red wine vintage in South Australia. 1+1=3. My kind of maths and you will see what I mean when you taste it....There is a fair whack of tannin and intensity here and this is certainly the finest Scribbler to date..."
"Pound for pound this is one of my favourite cab/shiraz blends. There is a polish to this bottle that gives it immediacy, but underneath lurks a serious wine (more evident with a couple of years bottle age). Cabernet notes of blackcurrant take centre stage with the spice and dark fruit of shiraz in the background."
Hamish Anderson, The Telegraph (UK), 1 March 2013
"Bright colour; bright and pure cassis, redcurrant and fresh leather on display; the medium- to full-bodied palate is vibrant and complex, long and layered, with plenty of stuffing for the future, and enough fruit to enjoy in the short term." J Halliday's Wine Companion 2014
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Gemtree Uncut McLaren Vale Shiraz 2012


Gold Mundus Vini 2014
93/100 Campbell Mattinson The Wine Front
, he said
"This release hits the groove and rolls with it from start to finish. Cloves, plums, blackberry and chocolate. You know the drill, and know if it's your cuppa. Tannin rumbles through the finish. Length is good. This is a very good (indeed, excellent) release of this popular label... Drink: 2015-2025. "
One of our most popular Shiraz. The 2010 and 2011 flew. This one is a ripper.
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Domain Road Single Vineyard Bannockburn 2011 Pinot Noir


Pure Gold Elite Air New Zealand Wine Awards 2013
Pure Gold Elite Air New Zealand Wine Awards 2012
Gold NZ Wine Growers Bragato Wine Awards
5 Stars Wine State

"For a vintage of considerable variability, the Pinot Noir 2011 (18.0+/20) is one of the freshest and more vibrant. Dark cherry and berry fruit with a little secondary nuance making a show. This combines well with spice elements and oak cedar. The fresh acid and mouthfeel keeps everything alive and adds to the length." Raymond Chan
Our Review: A ripper; this wine can vary in taste profile from year to year. This one has all of the ingredients of being one of the very very best wines under this label.
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Akarua Rua 2013 Central Otago Pinot Noir


Loaded with black cherry fruit, super balance and with a real X factor. Since we first emailed this wine we haven't been able to keep up with the demand. It is a winner!
This wine has been consistently very good over the years and has represented great value for money. Seriously good wine in any price bracket:
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Longview Adelaide Hills Shiraz Cabernet 2013


Trophy & Blue Gold Sydney Top 100 International Wine Show 2014
Gold National Wine Show of Australia 2013
Gold NZ International Wine Show 2013
, they said...
"Full bodied, powerful and fleshy wine with blackcurrant, chocolate, pepper and allspice with great structure in behind and a savoury oak finish."
"Inky red black with an inviting smoky savoury oak nose and baskets full of juicy bramble fruits in the palate, it's succulent and fleshy with creamy vanillin oak layers, blackcurrants, cherries, plums and allspice. There's lovely structure in behind from the Cabernet and the finish is juicy and long."
Wine of the Week
Made by the very talented Ben Glaetzer
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Kirrihills Single Vineyard Series Tullymore Clare Valley Shiraz 2010


Blue Gold Sydney Top 100 2014
Trophy Best Dry Red & Gold Clare Wine Show 2013
Gold Hong Kong International Wine Show 2013
Gold Cairns Wine Show 2013
Gold Royal Perth Wine Show 2013
Gold Cowra Wine Show 2013
Gold Rutherglen Wine Show 2013
Gold Perth Wine Show 20142
93/100 James Halliday

"Very good fruit. Lovely spice and ripe berries with some soy sauce type characters. Elegant. Lovely fruit, nice oak and good tannins. A very long palate. A complex and elegant wine. It really sang with the food." Kym Milne MW Top 100 Judge
"This has a rich bouquet with plenty of berry fruit suggestions. Lots of medium plus oak. Sound flavours with a good balance between tannins and acid. Overall a very pleasing wine. Very very good with the food. The wine was just a little sweet again, but that’s not a criticism at all." Cameron Douglas MS Top 100 Judge
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Tyrell’s Heathcote 2009 Lunatiq Shiraz


91 Points Robert Parker
5 stars 94 Points James Halliday’s Wine Companion 2013

"The aromas of ripe plums and blackcurrant are kept in check by mineral and spice typical of the region. The use of Burgundian coopered French oak has boosted the richness of the palate and the tight, elegant finish classic of this Rhone style. A powerful wine with an element of finesse and elegance keeping the wine impeccably balanced. The wine was minimally handled and unfiltered to maintain its full flavour and body, however because of this it could develop a crust with age so decanting is recommended before serving."
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Mills Reef Elspeth Trust Vineyard Gimblett Gravels 2011 Syrah


Trophy International Wine Challenge 2013
Gold International Wine Challenge 2013
5 Stars Bob Campbell MW
5 Stars Sam Kim

"Ethereal purity to a restrained but beautiful wine. Spicy violet perfume over black fruit. Sweet, gentle, light. Succulent, silky tannin, sexy and seductive. It whispers rather shouts. Lingering finish." IWC
"Perhaps slightly more chocolate/mocha character adding extra interest to bright berry, floral and white pepper flavours. Classy, elegant wine with potential." Bob Campbell MW
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Mills Reef Elspeth Gimblett Gravels Cabernet Sauvignon 2010


95 points Wine Orbit Sam Kim 2013
5 stars Raymond Chan Wine Reviews
95 points Bob Campbell 2012 Bob Campbell 2012
Gold Hawkes Bay Wine Awards 2013 Hawkes Bay Wine Awards 2013

"This magnificent Cabernet Sauvignon exudes concentrated blackcurrant aromas and flavours complexed with liquorice, cigar box and cedary French oak. Smooth and harmonious, this sumptuous wine is eminently enjoyable now or will continue to flourish if cellared." Mills Reef say it brilliantly
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Rocland Chocolate Box Sparkling Shiraz


A one off opportunity. Production has ceased of this wine. Stock is limited.
"Dark Garnet, showing purple hues with a a bouquet of enticing ripe raspberry and plum aromas with hints of sweet liquorice supported with light toasty oak, adding a subtle layer of complexity and balance. A Luscious full bodied wine, with subtle tannin and an explosive mouthful of flavour."
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Box 1 Kiwi Charmer


3 Pretty Paddock Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2013
2 Forrest ‘The Doctors’ Marlborough Riesling 2013
2 Johanneshof Cellars Marlborough Gewürztraminer 2013
3 Akarua Rua 2013 Central Otago Pinot Noir
2 Domain Road Single Vineyard Bannockburn 2011 Pinot Noir
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Box 2 Aussie Red Heaven


6 Longview Adelaide Hills Shiraz Cabernet 2012
3 Gemtree Uncut 2012 McLaren Vale Shiraz
3 Kirrihills Single Vineyard Series Tullymore Clare Valley Shiraz 2010
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Box 3 Marlborough 2013 Aromatics 5 Star Blast


4 Pretty Paddock Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2013
4 Forrest ‘The Doctors’ Marlborough Riesling 2013
4 Johanneshof Cellars Marlborough Gewürztraminer 2013
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Box 4 Aussie Red Heaven with Bells


4 Longview Adelaide Hills Shiraz Cabernet 2012
3 Gemtree Uncut 2012 McLaren Vale Shiraz
3 Kirrihills Single Vineyard Series Tullymore Clare Valley Shiraz 2010
2 Yalumba FDR:1A 2010
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Box 5 Three Great Bargains


4 Pretty Paddock Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2013
4 La Puerta Argentina Syrah 2012
4 Longview Adelaide Hills Shiraz Cabernet 2012
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