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  1. Torbreck The Factor Shiraz 2012

    Torbreck The Factor Shiraz 2012

    Barossa Valley, SA
    $118.99

    The 2004 vintage in the Barossa Valley for red wines was sensational. The 2004 vintage of the Factor was made from 100% Shiraz and it pays homage to the Barossa old vines. This wine exhibits wonderful richness full of black fruits, plumbs with meaty aromas, pepper and spice. It is wine that will only get better with time but is certainly a wonderful drink now. Learn More
  2. Torbreck 100% Grenache Cannonau | wine.com.au

    Torbreck 100% Grenache Cannonau 2015

    Barossa Valley, SA
    $39.99

    In Sardinia the term Cannonau is used for the grape type Grenache! Torbreck, by popular demand has a Barossa twist on the Sardinian red. A savoury style red, with herbs and smoked meats on the nose, while sour cherry and plum are abundant on the palate. Soft and supple and perfect with Mediterranean delights. Learn More
  3. Petaluma Yellow Label Coonawarra Red Blend 2012 | wine.com.au

    Petaluma Yellow Label Coonawarra Red Blend 2012

    Coonawarra, SA
    $59.99

    The 2012 Petaluma Evans Vineyard Coonawarra Cabernet is a classic Bordeaux style blend of 76% Cabernet, 20% Merlot and 4% Shiraz. This wine is big, bold, beautiful and balanced. It is brimming with black currants, plums, mocha and hints of graphite and mint. This wine will certainly benefit from time in the cellar but is a gorgeous drink now. Learn More
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  5. Chateau Haut-Brion 1978

    Chateau Haut-Brion 1978

    Pessac-Leognan, Bordeaux
    $889.99

    Chateau Haut-Brion is the oldest and most famous of all the First Growth wines. Located south of the city of Bordeaux in Pessac-Leognan, it is the only First Growth not within the Medoc. This vintage certainly shows its ability to age with grace and style. The 1978 vintage has been described by Haut-Brion as a truly great wine-everything in aroma, fruit and power. Very much marked by nobility. A structure which is at once tannic and smooth. Much complexity of taste. An exceptional wine. Learn More
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    Chateau Latour 1977

    Pauillac, Bordeaux
    $899.99

    Chateau Latour made the most of a difficult vintage in 1977. The general trend in the Medoc was for most of the wines to be lighter in body, colour and earlier drinking styles. The best wines from this vintage came from Chateau’s in Paulliac and Graves with Chateau Latour making one of the wines of the vintage. As per the trend this is a moderately concentrated Latour with a bouquet of cedar, very pleasant and soft in the mouth. It was a big surprise in a tough vintage. Learn More
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    Chateau Latour 1978

    Pauillac, Bordeaux
    $1,375.99

    1978 was a classic Bordeaux vintage with the best wines coming from Paulliac and most notably from Chateau Latour. The 1978 Chateau Latour has stood the test of time showcasing a classic aged Bordeaux with classic aromas of leather, tobacco, cedar and dried fruits. If you are looking for a classic aged Bordeaux, this Chateau Latour is it. Learn More
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    Chateau Latour 1979

    Pauillac, Bordeaux
    $899.99

    1979 was a vintage of great promise producing the largest crop of the decade and setting a new record of quality. Graves and Paulliac led the way with quality and most of these wines are still delicious today. The 1979 Chateau Latour had profound depth of colour and a beautiful tannic structure that with time has now given way to a wine of great elegance. Learn More

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