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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.

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Coal Pit Tiwha Central Otago Pinot Noir 2014

$36.99

Trophy & Gold International Wine Challenge 2016
Pure Elite Gold Air New Zealand Wine Awards 2015
5 Stars Wine Orbit
Outstanding 93 points
"Lovely gentle yet striking bouquet of Pinot Noir with fresh lively red fruit aromas of sweet plum, freeze dried raspberry then luscious sweet oak fragrances softened with ripe rose and light stony mineral. On the palate – a lovely reflection of what the bouquet suggests – fresh sweet ripe red berry fruits, fine tannin and a back bone of acidity, lengthy finish with a juicy floral flick on the finish – delicious!" Cameron Douglas MS
94 points "This is beautifully styled and inviting. Complex aromas of dark cherry, violet, dried herb, nutmeg and vanilla lead to a concentrated, yet elegantly expressed palate that delivers layers of fine texture and plenty of polished tannins. The wine offers superb fruit purity as well as delicate savoury complexity. At its best: now to 2022." Sam Kim
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Hoppers Crossing Reserve Central Otago Pinot Noir 2013

$19.99

5 Stars Wine Orbit
4 Stars Raymond Chan Wine Reviews
"The wine is beautifully fruited, displaying dark plum, blueberry, floral and game characters with a hint of spice complexity. The concentrated palate delivers excellent fruit richness and velvety texture, brilliantly structured by plenty of polished tannins. The wine is beautifully weighted and harmonious, and promises to evolve gracefully. At its best: now to 2021. Aug 2015." Wine Orbit
"Dark, even ruby-red colour with slight purple hues, lighter on rim. The nose is full with up-front and accessible aromatic cherry and raspberry fruits, along with notes of dark plums, red liquorice, violet florals and hints of jammy whole berry fermentation elements. Medium-bodied, the fruit is open and bright with lifted aromas of cherries and raspberries along with florals and confectionary nuances. The tannin extraction is light, providing supple structure, and the mouthfeel is lively and refreshing with the acidity enriching the fruit sweetness. The bright fruit carries to a moderately sustained finish with red florals and fruit pastille notes. This is an up-front, sweet-fruited, juicy and accessible Pinot Noir. Serve with poultry and pork over the next 3-4 years." Raymond Chan
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Joss Bay Central Otago Pinot Noir 2015

$24.99

New Release from Tarras wines.
In our view 5 Stars in balance: By this we mean that its quality and value meet the highest levels. This is black cherry, beautifully balanced highly drinkable Pinot Noir at a super price.
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Terrace Edge Waipara Liquid Geography Riesling 2014

$19.99

Best Wine in Show Organic Wine Awards 2016
5 Stars Raymond Chan Wine Reviews 18.5/20.
He said...
"Bright, light straw-yellow colour with green-gold hues, lighter on the rim. This has a softly full and gently packed and layered nose of lime fruit with nuances of lemonade, white florals, along with harmoniously entwined notes of savoury honey, talc and musk botrytis. The aromatics are refined and seamlessly presented. Sweet to taste and medium-bodied, gently rich and luscious flavours of limes, white and yellow florals and savoury honey are melded with talc botrytis and a musky overlay. The flavours form a well-concentrated, rounded core with fine phenolic structure, texture and line to balance the sweetness. Soft, lacy acidity lends energy and supports the linear flow of the deep core as it carries to a soft-textured, long lingering finish of citrus fruits, savoury honey and botrytis. This is a gently rich and luscious, medium-sweet Riesling with a positive core of citrus fruit melded with talc and musky botrytis... Hand-picked fruit, over 30% botrytis infected...Certified BioGro organic..."
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Chalk Hill Sonoma Coast Chardonnay 2012

$25.99

18.5/20 5 stars Raymond Chan Wine Reviews. He said...
"Brilliant, light golden-yellow colour with straw hues, paler on edge. The nose is softly full and voluminous with harmoniously integrated layers of ripe yellow stonefruits melded with nutty oak and lemon curd MLF, unfolding creamy barrel-ferment and complexing oxidative detail with aeration. Medium-full bodied, rich and luscious flavours of ripe and juicy stonefruits are the feature on palate. An array of complexing nuances unfold, showing nutty oak, butterscotch, lemon curd and creamy barrel ferment characters. The mouthfeel is rich and smooth flowing with some alcohol power driving the palate. Soft, ripe acidity adds to the roundness, and the wine carries through to a long, lingering, elegantly dry finish. This is a rich, up-front, creamy Chardonnay with layers of stonefruits, nuts and butterscotch flavours. Match with poultry, pork and veal over the next 4 years. Fruit from Sonoma County, from sites in Carneros, Chalk Hill, lower Sonoma Valley and Alexander Valley, the wine 77% barrel-fermented to 14.5% alc., and aged 7 months in 40% new French oak, undergoing batonnage and 100% MLF."
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Firestone Santa Ynez California 2012 Chardonnay

$17.99

Loaded with those elements of the American Chardonnay we have come to love: Peach, melon, a lush creamy texture and the ‘I'd like another’ bottle factor.
We tasted a series of Californian Chardonnay’s, many very highly rated. This one was the surprise and the star. Perfect now and over the next 18 to 24 months.

Mt Monster Limestone Coast Shiraz 2013

$15.99

Gold 2014 New Zealand International Wine Show
Gold 2014 China Wine & Spirit Awards
Silver 2014 Melbourne International Wine Competition
Silver 2014 International Wine & Spirits Competition

"Rich purple colour. Ripe blackberry and plum nose, floral notes, satsuma plum and soft scented fruits. Subtle oak use adds complexity and provides structural framework whilst allowing primary Shiraz characters to shine through. Varietal fruit driven palate, with cherry/ berry fruit and spice flavours. Fine, soft tannins complement the spice/ berry flavours and provide support on a generous, mouthfilling finish... WinelistAustralia
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Charles Wiffen Marlborough Chardonnay 2014

$19.99

Silver Royal Easter Show 2016
4 Stars Raymond Chan Wine Reviews

"Bright, light straw-yellow colour with slight green hues, pale on rim. The nose is softly full and restrained in expression with a harmoniously interwoven core of white and yellow stonefruits, citrus fruits, nuts and creamy barrel-ferment elements. Complexing white floral, lemon curd and oak vanillin nuances emerge with aeration. Medium-bodied, the flavours of stonefruits show with a delicate richness, enhancing the subtle unctuous and smooth-flowing textures and line. Citrus fruit, nuts, creamy oak and a little MLF unfold in the glass. A finely textured linear thread and core carries the wine with good lacy acid poise to a long, lingering, elegant finish. This is a very youthful, elegant Chardonnay with subtle richness and smooth textures. It has the potential to develop greater levels of interest with a degree of finesse over the next 4-5+ years. Serve with seafood and most white meat dishes. Mendoza and clone 15 fruit from mature vines fully barrel-fermented to 13.3% alc. and 3 g/L RS,
the wine aged 9 months in 25% new French oak, on lees with a small portion undergoing MLF. 18.0-/20 May 2015."
"The lemony oak of the savoury bouquet is so delicate and restrained it seems that it is hardly there. Very tight, almost sending a shiver down the spine on first tasting, but you realise this is just upfront youthful awkwardness because it blossoms into a fleshy delight as it traverses the palate. All apples, mandarin and honeyed nuts with the smooth roundness of caramel on the finish, becoming full and creamy as the flavours linger. It just needs a couple more months for the initial bite to settle down."
Wine of the Week August 2015
The reviews were done in May & August 2015. Both judges were perfect in their assessment when they said the wine would come on, it has in a BIG Way.
It is full, creamy and lush. Loaded with peachy and cream moreishness, rounded and full heading for drinking perfection.
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Supper Club Central Otago Pinot Noir 2014

$19.99

This is a super full, rich, loaded with black cherry and dark fruit Pinot Noir. Its savoury full palate has intensity and charm. Great drinking now, and will improve over the next 12 to 18 months. Superb value.
4 1/2 Stars Wine Orbit. They said...
"The wine shows lovely mix of ripe berry and plum flavours with nuances of clove and nutmeg. It is juicy and brightly flavoured on the palate, showing attractive fruit purity backed by fine tannins. Very smooth and lingering, and pleasingly dry. At its best: now to 2019.."
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Lime Rock Hawkes Bay Merlot 2013

$18.99

New Release
From the outstanding 2013 this wine is deep, rich, loaded with savoury juice plum and dark berry fruit.
The 2009 version of this wine was excellent; the 2010 very good. This, the latest version might be the best yet. It will cellar for years and years. It is an absolute bargain.
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Greywacke Marlborough Chardonnay 2013

$34.99

5 Stars Michael Cooper's Wine Companion 2016
93 pts Wine Spectator
92 pts Wine Enthusiast

"This is a fairly big, weighty Chardonnay, but one whose alcohol levels are balanced by crisp acids. Aromas of smoke and toasted grains lead the way, followed by hints of whole wheat toast and lemon curd. The long, mouth-watering finish brings the citrus elements back to the fore. Drink now–2018." Wine Enthusiast
“Aromatic and expressive, with smooth cedar, toasted hazelnut, baked apple and poached pear notes, graced by accents of nutmeg, lemon meringue pie, fig and chamomile. The finish goes on and on, showing juicy accents.” Wine Spectator
The reviews above are from two esteemed and tough marking US publications. It is outstanding wine, from an outstanding vintage. Kevin Judd's wine making skills are legendary. Both this wine and the Pinot Noir 2013 are stunning.
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Urlar Select Parcels Gladstone Sauvignon Blanc 2013

$21.99

5 Stars Raymond Chan Wine Reviews
"Brilliant, pale straw-yellow colour, lighter on rim. The bouquet is fresh and well-defined with intense and penetrating aromas of white and green stonefruits infused with nutty, oxidative complexities, revealing herbs and chalky, minerally detail. Dry to taste and medium-full bodied, the flavours of white and yellow stonefruits are subtly melded with complexing nutty notes. The fruit is vibrant and sweetly rich, and backed by lively, refresh acidity lending real energy, brightness and a slippery flow. The wine follows a very fine, soft-textured line, leading to an elegantly proportioned, long, nutty finish. This is an elegant, luscious and slippery, complex, nutty, barrel-influenced Sauvignon Blanc. Match with seafood, poultry and pork over the next 3+ years. Select parcels of fruit destemmed and given some skin contact, and barrel-fermented in seasoned French barriques to 14.0% alc., the wine aged 8 months in oak undergoing batonnage and partial MLF. Following a barrel selection the wine was given further barrel aging on lees. 18.5/20..."
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Auntsfield Single Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc 2015

$19.99

5 Stars Michael Coopers Wine Companion 2016. He said
“This is benchmark stuff. Freshly scented, it is unusually weighty and sweet-fruited, in a non-herbaceous (not at all grassy) style, with vibrant melon/lime flavours, showing a touch of complexity and a mouth-wateringly crisp, lasting finish.”
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Johanneshof Marlborough 2014 Gewurztraminer

$28.99

Trophy Royal Easter 2016
Gold Royal Easter Wine Show 2016
Super Classic Status Michael Cooper Wine Companion 2016
Trophy Best Gewurztraminer and Pure Gold Air NZ Wine Show.
The judges said...
"Classic perfumed aromas of mango, floral and spice lead to a persistent palate that’s refined and plush at the same time."
Trophy Best Gewurztraminer 6 Nations Challenge
Gold New Zealand International Wine Show 2015
5 stars 96 / 100 pts Wine Orbit August 2015

“This is awesome. The wine is classically perfumed with tropical fruit, potpourri, rose petal and candied ginger. The palate exhibits superb concentration, plush mouthfeel and subtle sweetness, brilliantly enhanced by velvety texture and juicy acidity. Expansive, seamless and utterly delicious..” Sam Kim, Wine Orbit August 2015 - 5 stars 96 / 100 pts
"Powerful and heady, radiating lusciousness and concentration with aromas and flavours of citrus zest, musk, ginger, white pepper and spice infused orange honey." NZIWS
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Lake Chalice Marlborough The Falcon Riesling 2015

$16.99

Gold Air NZ Wine Show 2015
5 Star Best Buy Cuisine 2016
. They said...
"Lake Chalice was one of the first Marlborough wineries to become ‘karearea (native falcon) conscious’. Low in alcohol (9.5%), this is a vibrant, medium style riesling, floral scented and with a core of pristine, concentrated fruit. Serve it as an aperitif."
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Three Bridges Botrytis Semillon 2013

$21.99

5 Stars Wine Orbit
4 Stars Raymond Chan Wine Reviews

"A gorgeous sweet wine that offers luscious sweetness and rich fruit intensity as well as balanced acidity, beautifully enhanced by marmalade, honey and dried apricot flavours. At its best: now to 2020. Feb 2015." Wine Orbit
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Nautilus Cuvee Marlborough Brut NV

$33.99

Trophy Best Sparkling Wine Air NZ Wine Show. The judges said...
"A brilliantly composed sparkling wine; it's harmonious and engaging with notes of macaroon, stone fruit and floral."
Pure Gold Air NZ Wine Show 2015
Michael Cooper Super Classic Status
97/100 Bob Campbell
95/100 & 5 stars Cameron Douglas
5 stars Michael Cooper
93/100 Nick Stock

“Seriously sophisticated bouquet with a savoury, sleek and energized aroma package centering on toasty autolysis; mild fruit. Dry, savoury rich in flavour and character, elegant and long. Gentle mousse with silky texture, brioche and peach. A delicious wine with a long finish.” Cameron Douglas
“Lean and crisp, piercing and long, it’s a beautifully tight, vivacious and refined wine, its Marlborough fruit characters enriched with intense bready aromas and flavours.” Michael Cooper
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Champagne Beaumet NV

$39.99

House Champagne at the Ritz
4 1/2 Stars Number 3 Best Buy Cuisine 2015
The most consistent best value NV

5 Stars in 2014; 4 1/2 Stars in 2013; 5 Stars 2012
Champagne outgunning it rivals easily.
Stylish, great presentation.
'Popular in London clubs, Beaumet’s good-value NV Champagne has white flower, citrus, brioche and marmitey richness running through a soft palate of good texture, length and dry finish. A crowd-pleaser with that little bit extra." Cuisine 2015
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River Retreat NV Brut

$14.99

4 Stars Wine State Annual Sparkling Wine 2014
Many wines with much bigger price tags didn't get this rating. This wine is a winner. It leaves many big name far behind.
Here we have the bargain of bargains in the bubbly department from the kings of value, Trentham Estate. This is a subtle, soft and creamy number that has stone fruits, citrus and dairy on the nose. The palate is light and breezy, with a touch of sweetness, a fine bubble, velvety mouthfeel, a gentle, smooth finish with a cleansing shot of citrus. It's a real bargain party starter!
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Spade Oak ‘Voysey’ Gisborne Rosé 2015

$16.99

"Bright, pale peach-pink colour, lighter on edge. This has a very delicate nose with clean and fresh aromas of strawberries, savoury quince and cranberries, lifted by red floral notes and subtle herb elements. Off-dry to taste and light-medium bodied, the palate shows light, gently rich fruit flavours of strawberries and quince, along with lifted red floral elements. The wine follows a smooth flowing line, and the mouthfeel is enlivened by bright, racy and slippery acidity. A fine textural thread leads the palate to a light, mouthwatering, dry finish with delicate strawberry nuances. This is a refreshing, clean, delicately fruited off-dry rosé with strawberry and quince flavours and a slippery mouthfeel." Raymond Chan
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Ata Rangi Martinborough Pinot Noir 2013

$77.99

95 Points Decanter
19.5/20 5 Stars Raymond Chan Wine Reviews
Super Classic 5 Stars Michael Cooper
97 Points, 5 Stars Bob Campbell MW

"Intense and potentially complex wine that is firmly structured and built for the long haul. Clearly a great wine from a great Pinot Noir producer although it really deserves to be cellared for at least a couple of years, preferably more. It was a stand-out wine when tasted in a vertical lineup. A classic mix of red-fleshed plum, dark berry and classy oak with the Ata Rangi trademark savoury character. Drink 2015–2028." Bob Campbell MW | Bob's Wine Reviews, June 2015
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Two Degrees Central Otago Pinot Noir 2014

$34.99

Trophy Best Pinot Noir & Gold Royal Easter Wine Show 2016
"...This has an elegant, tightly concentrated and penetrating bouquet, packed with aromas of dark cherry fruit entwined with dark thyme herbs and savoury whole bunch stalky perfumes, along with layers of spices and toasty oak. Medium-full bodied, the palate is elegantly proportioned and tightly concentrated, with a slender, but intense mouthfeel. The flavours of dark red and black cherries show sweetness and richness, unfolding herb and whole bunch stalk detail, spice elements and oak toast. The fruit is underlined by fine, but firm tannins and integrated, soft acidity. This has drive and energy, and the wine has a long, lively and fine textured finish. This is an elegantly concentrated Pinot Noir with flavours of dark cherries, complex herb notes and toasty oak..." Raymond Chan
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Eradus Awatere Single Vineyard Pinot Noir 2013

$21.99

Gold Sydney Top 100 2016
91 Points Bob Campbell

"This lighter coloured wine has an aroma of liquorice and hazelnut and red berries coming through as well. It has a striking savoury tannin finish that carries the fruit very nicely. This is well done and with food it’s fruitful bright with compelling length and good liquorice character." Mark Robertson Top 100 Judge
"An excellent light crimson colour. Red fruits and stalky sappy aromas on the nose. A wonderfully complex palate of red fruits and vegetal notes. The food accentuated the lovely complexity in the wine." Ken Dobler Top 100 Judge
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Obsidian Waiheke Island Cabernet Merlot 2013

$25.99

While Te Mata is releasing their flag ship Coleraine 2014, Obsidian are releasing their straight Cabernet Merlot 2013. This wine 's last 2 vintage releases were from the 2009 and 2010 vintages: they were both super. This one leaves them in the dust. A Super Release that is bound to receive a huge number of brilliant reviews. All class.
5 Stars 93/100 Wine Orbit.
“It is fabulously inviting on the nose displaying cassis, mixed spice, floral and dried herb characters with subtle cedar and game nuances. The palate is focused and concentrated, while offering generous fruit intensity and silky texture, leading to a lingering, finely drying finish. An immensely likable red displaying classic Bordeaux-like aromas together with rich fruit intensity. At its best: 2016 to 2023.” Sam Kim
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Three Bridges Barossa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

$21.99

18/20 4 Stars Raymond Chan Wine Reviews
"Very dark, black-hued ruby-red colour with purple hues on the rim. The nose is softly rich and full with concentrated aromas of ripe blackcurrants, cassis liqueur and black berried fruits intermingling with layers of mint, liquorice and cedary oak nuances. Full-bodied, the palate is softly presented with layers of succulent blackberry and blackcurrant fruit flavours entwined with cassis, mint and cedary oak, with eucalypt elements, all harmoniously melded and integrated. The fruit is supported by very fine-grained, flowery tannin extraction providing significant structure, but allow the fruit richness to show. The tannins carry the wine to a dry, fine-textured, lingering finish with light and detailed flavours of cedar and mint. This is a softly full and layered, ripe Cabernet Sauvignon with plenty of fine-grained structure and flowery grip. Match with roasted and grilled beef, lamb and venison over the next 7-9+ years. Fruit from the Barossa Valley fermented to 14.0% alc., the wine aged in French and American oak. 18.0+/20 Feb 2016."
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Very little was allocated to New Zealand: Stocks are limited

Willunga 100 McLaren Vale Shiraz/Viognier 2013

$21.99

Gold NZ International Wine Show 2015
Gold Sommelier Wine Awards 2015
5 Star Wine Orbit
"This is astonishingly concentrated and immensely likable. Complex flavours of dark berry, plum and chocolate with hints of spice and white pepper, brilliantly structured by polished tannins." NZIWS
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Poizin California Zinfandel 2014

$21.99

New to the New Zealand market. With one of the best & craziest vineyard notes we've ever read.
Funky and very good. Here's what the winery wrote...
'Ok, we admit it. We went a little crazy with the 2014 California Poizin, blending Zinfandel (87%) with (13%) Petite Sirah, a splash of Sauvignon Blanc and a pinch of “secret sauce.” (You can ask all you want, but we’re not going to tell you about the secret sauce.)
We blended the wine surrounded by ten maidens dancing to sonorous drumbeats and their chants to the god Bacchus. Not sure if it was the drumming or the chanting, or perhaps that wine-maker Brandon was mesmerized by the dancing lasses, but when the blend finally fused in the cauldron, we were blown away by the wine’s power and potency. The wine is as dark as onyx, as brawny as Rambo, yet as comforting as Ryan Gosling in “The Notebook.”
Poizin is lusciously satisfying with concentrated raspberry, jammy black cherry, spiced mocha and dense plum flavors. The moderate oak contributes subtle vanilla and a smoky nuance. Winemaker/Man-Witch Brandon loves the aromatics that remind him of drinking fruit punch when he was just a little Boy-Witch. Wow, he’s good! (We just say that so he doesn’t put another spell on us!) Simply described - it is delicious and kicks butt!"

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The Charge 2011 D.O.C Rioja

$17.99

Metro Top 100
In a blind tasting this was a hit with the Primo Vino Crew.

A great example of old meets new. Great fruit intensity, style and presence combined with that little touch of old world charm to give this wine a huge amount of character.
"Working with the excellent Rodolfo Bastida of Bodegas Ramón Bilbao in Haro, Rioja Alta, we have crafted a wine with excellent red berry and spicy fruit with refreshing acidity balanced by fine vanilla flavours from oak maturation. The Charge red is made from grapes from all over the Rioja region - 75% Tempranillo & 25% Garnacha. 4 different vineyard blocks were used and the wine was aged for an average 9 months in a mix of French and American oak barrels." Winery Technical Notes.
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Gran Familia Rioja Cosecha 2014

$14.99

New Vintage Release
This wine is in a modern and vibrant fruit-driven style
and is at an unbelievable price. Conceived to appeal to the loyal Rioja drinker with its smart, classic packaging. Crafted from Rioja Alta vineyards by the talented winemaking team at Bodega Castillo de Fuenmayor to emphasise the full-bodied fruitiness of Tempranillo rather than oak.
This is one of the very best we have tasted under this label. It is an absolute bargain.
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Beso Central Valley Merlot 2014

$14.99

Stunning Chilean Bargain.
4 Stars Wine Orbit.
They said....
"A crowd-pleasing style, the nicely fragrant bouquet shows dark plum, blueberry, mixed spice, almond and dried herb characters, which led to a juicy palate that is lively and smooth. Medium-full, fruit-forward and very approachable, and offers excellent value for money..."
We totally agree. Think Brookfield’s Burnfoot; Beach House Reserve & Linden Estate from a very good year and this little beauty might just outpace them all. Yes, that good.
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Arriba Tempranillo 2014

$12.99

This ultra-consistent Spanish red is a huge crowd please. Back to its five star form.
5 stars 93/100 Wine Orbit
, they said
"A good Tempranillo is about plump mouthfeel and upfront fruity flavours. And this delectable wine offers just that. Fragrant aromas of dark berry, clove, game, toasted almond and floral lead to a generously flavoured palate that offers excellent fruit richness. It is modern and satisfying, while offering subtle savoury notes."
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Rojo Garnacha 2015

$12.99

4 1/2 Stars Wine Orbit
"This brilliantly priced Spanish red delivers an abundance of tasty flavours. Notes of dark plum, blueberry, mixed spice and toasted nut lead to a succulent palate that is rounded and silky. The wine is brightly flavoured and generous, nicely framed by fine, soft tannins. A very pleasing red for any occasion." Wine Orbit
A huge Primo Vino favourite is back. This hand harvested wine made from 40 year-old Grenache vines in southern Spain is modern, vibrantly fruity and opulent style.
These thoughts are true of this wine every year.
“Navarro Lopez’s new releases offer considerable value.” Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
“Wow. A cuddly and rich, exemplary fruit bomb which would capture the heart of any traditional Aussie red or Central Otago Pinot drinker. Modern, classy wine at a sharp price.” Paul Tudor MW
“So deliciously juicy and easy to drink.” wineoftheweek.com.
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