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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region, Barossa sub-region and Barossa Valley appellation. The development of Penfold...s Red Winemaking Trial (RWT) reflects extraordinary progress in viticulture and winemaking. The two disciplines are increasingly intertwined, as growers and winemakers work together in search of optimum balance, ripeness and flavour.RWT draws fruit from 20 to 100 year-old vineyards arcing across the west and north-west of the Barossa Valley, mostly independently grown. The best vineyards produce fruit of voluptuous intensity, ripe tannins, and juicy flavours. The RWT Shiraz has a very seductive style with a plum/blueberry fruit profile and fine ripe tannins underpinned by savoury French oak.Since its first vintage in 1997, collectors have recognised the sheer class of RWT. Already the wine has a strong secondary market following, illustrating its collectability and cellaring potential.. read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region, Limestone Coast sub-region and Coonawarra appellation. 93 PTS - James Sucklin...gA quite meaty nose with swanky spicy oak on offer, a wealth of cinnamon and baking spice, really fragrant, gently meaty and showing hints of regional leaf and mint, more elegant aromas of bright cassis and elderflower. The palate delivers juicy, elegant and assertively structured style, neatly combed tannins flow without missing a beat, theres concentrated dark fruit, redder notes too, cassis, cherry and some lively pippy tang through the finish. One of the best recent vintages of Bin 128. Buy up. (3/ 2014)Jancis RobinsonDeep dark cherry red. Restrained at first and then a minty Coonawarra character. Ripe, minty/eucalypt styled but also deliciously ripe dark fruit, becoming a little floral as it opens. Deep and rich and kind on the palate. No barrel ferment. Spicy and full flavoured but the tannins are fine even though they are deep and rounded. Juicy finish but the acid seems added? More of the flavour up front than length. Acid seems to stick out a bit on the finish? (JH) (2/ 2014)The Wine AdvocateDeep garnet-purple colored, the 2012 Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz shows a youthfully muted nose of black and red plums, mulberries plus hints of pepper, charcoal, damp earth and sage. The medium to full-bodied palate centers on a decent core of mid-palate fruit structured by medium levels of chewy tannins and lively acid. It finishes long. 5,110 bottles were made. Drink it now to 2020+. (LPB) (2/ 2014) SYRAH Wine AUSTRALIAN STILL WINE read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region. While Grange is now seen as the quintessential Australian wine, John Davoren?...s work with St. Henri is of equal importance. Indeed both these wines set new standards for their day with St. Henri establishing an elegant, perfumed style based on fruit definition and maturation in old oak.Originally the wines were called ?Penfolds St. Henri Claret?, but since 1991, with the release of the 1989 vintage, St. Henri has been labelled varietally. Like Grange, the wines have always been Shiraz driven, with small varying percentages of Cabernet Sauvignon.Nowadays St. Henri is a multi-district blend drawing Shiraz from the Barossa Valley, Eden Valley, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, the foothills of the Adelaide Hills, and Langhorne Creek. Cabernet Sauvignon, which provides firmness and structure to the St. Henri style, is sourced from the Barossa Valley, Coonawarra and Bordertown.. read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region. Penfolds Chief Winemaker, John Duval, in response to the increasingavailabili...ty of high-quality cabernet sauvignon fruit. Inspired by Penfolds Bin707, Bin 407 offers varietal definition and attention to detail, at a moreaffordable price point.A textbook Cabernet, the varietally expressive Bin 407 is true to Penfoldsmulti-region, multi-vineyard blending policy, showing a core of ripe fruitsupported by French and American oak.. read more

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This wine is from Australia, New South Wales region, Southern New South Wales sub-region and Tumbarumba appellation. 89+ PTS - The... Wine AdvocateAt this youthful stage the 2013 Bin 311 Chardonnay starts with a little SO2 jutting out, but aeration reveals underlying notes of white peaches, Golden Delicious apples and grapefruit with hints of clotted cream and allspice. Light-bodied with a faint veil of silkiness to the texture, it has a good amount of tightly wound, cooler climate flavors and a long finish. 949 bottles were made. Drink it 2015 to 2019+. CHARDONNAY Wine AUSTRALIAN STILL WINE read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region. Mourvedre, also known as mataro, was introduced to Australia during the 1830s.... While extensively planted in the Chateauneuf-du-Pape and Bandol in France, it is believed to have originated from either Mataro in Catalonia, or Murviedro near Valencia, Spain. Mourvedre is dark in colour, smells of Provencal herbs and spices and has plenty of tannin stuffing. This is a wine varietal greatly valued by Penfolds winemakers for its blending attributes; toning down the exuberant qualities of shiraz, while adding overall complexity and palate grip. The contemporary Bin 2 style is based on warmer vineyard sites like the Barossa Valley and is aged in older oak to emphasise just how well the spicy savouriness of mourvedre complements the plush richness of shiraz. MOURVEDRE^SYRAH Wine Australian Still Wine read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region, Limestone Coast sub-region and Coonawarra appellation. Bin 169 was created to... reflect Penfolds contemporary winemaking approach emphasising both regionality and maturation of Cabernet Sauvignon in fine grained French oak. The Penfolds Bin 169 is a style that is immediately Penfolds, whilst simultaneously illustrative of its ongoing search for diversity and style separation. An honest reflection of the region and a testament of Penfolds' longstanding commitment to the vineyards of Coonawarra.. Coorong mullet cooked over vines, Tasmanian black truffle and baby herbs CABERNET SAUVIGNON Wine Australian Still Wine read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region. Penfolds Chief Winemaker, John Duval, in response to the increasingavailabili...ty of high-quality cabernet sauvignon fruit. Inspired by Penfolds Bin707, Bin 407 offers varietal definition and attention to detail, at a moreaffordable price point.A textbook Cabernet, the varietally expressive Bin 407 is true to Penfoldsmulti-region, multi-vineyard blending policy, showing a core of ripe fruitsupported by French and American oak.. Spring lamb rubbed with Moroccan spicesRoast lambAged English Cheddar CABERNET SAUVIGNON Wine Australian Still Wine read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region. The earliest releases of Bin 28 were single-vineyard wines, produced from gra...pes grown on the famous Kalimna vineyard at the northern end of the Barossa Valley. With demand increasing, it became essential to extend sourcing to regions outside the Barossa and so during the 1970s, Bin 28 became a multi-regional, warm-climate South Australian blend.Early vinification techniques originated from the development of Grange. Today the wine is matured in older American oak hogsheads to enhance fruit complexity and natural tannin structure.Bin 28 is inherently richer in style than Bin 128 and Koonunga Hill and despite the fact that it can be an earlier drinking style, this wine has a reputation for improving with medium-term cellaring in the right conditions.. read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region, Barossa sub-region. Vintage conditions and ultimately the nature of the fruit... are the elements that determine the final blend. Hence each year the varietal make-up can vary. In some vintages shiraz will lead the blend, in others grenache will be the principal element. Unusually for Penfolds, all three varieties are matured independently, owing to their tendency to mature at different times on the vine and the need to mature under different conditions in the barrel. Mourvedre will often contribute a unique combination of violet-like floral notes and a range of earthy, savoury complexities. Structurally it can be lean and sinewy, providing a worthy frame upon which shiraz and grenache can sit. Grenache is typically lighter in colour and body, presenting the perfume of the wine and is often the first component noticed when the wine is poured. Shiraz provides the body and shape of the wine. Bin 138 is more of a fruit-driven style than the other Bin wines and displays a chalkier tannin texture. Its rich, earthy nature becomes more nuanced with age. GRENACHE^MOURVEDRE^SYRAH Wine AUSTRALIAN STILL WINE read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region. The 1964 Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon was Penfolds' first commercial release of... a single cabernet-based wine. Today, Bin 707 is justifiably regarded as one of Australia's most important cabernets.The winemaking philosophy and barrel maturation of Bin 707 is almost identical to Grange. The Bin 707 style combines intense varietal definition with new American oak to produce wines of great richness, harmony and concentration.Over the years the development of Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon has mirrored the advances in winemaking and viticulture and in this sense has served as a representation of progress and excellence within the industry.Bin 707 proudly bears the Penfolds stamp - displaying a fascinatingly complex marriage of ripe, concentrated cabernet fruit and 100% new American oak, forged together through partial barrel fermentation. It displays dark berried fruit, mocha and chocolate overtones, with warm spice notes.Bin 707 is a medium to long term cellaring style of wine. It will comfortably gain stature and complexity across more than two decades in the bottle.. read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region, Barossa sub-region and Barossa Valley appellation. The development of Penfold...s Red Winemaking Trial (RWT) reflects extraordinary progress in viticulture and winemaking. The two disciplines are increasingly intertwined, as growers and winemakers work together in search of optimum balance, ripeness and flavour.RWT draws fruit from 20 to 100 year-old vineyards arcing across the west and north-west of the Barossa Valley, mostly independently grown. The best vineyards produce fruit of voluptuous intensity, ripe tannins, and juicy flavours. The RWT Shiraz has a very seductive style with a plum/blueberry fruit profile and fine ripe tannins underpinned by savoury French oak.Since its first vintage in 1997, collectors have recognised the sheer class of RWT. Already the wine has a strong secondary market following, illustrating its collectability and cellaring potential.. read more

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Australian Wine Companion rating: 96. 2000 vintage of this wine was ranked #6 on Wine Spectator's Top 10 Wines of 2003 Penfolds RW...T Shiraz presents an admirable alternative to multi-regional sourcing and American oak maturation that area hallmarks of Grange, expressing instead, single-region Barossa Valley Shiraz matured only in French oak. initials RWT stand for 'Red Winemaking Trial', name given to project internally when developmental work began in 1995. Naturally, now no longer a 'Trial' ! RWT Shiraz was launched in May 2000 with 1997 vintage. Its style is opulent and fleshy, contrasting with Grange, which is more muscular and assertive. RWT is made from fruit primarily selected for its aromatic qualities and fine texture rather than sheer intensity or power of flavour. result is a wine that helps to redefine Barossa Shiraz at highest quality level. Color: Redefines 'black'! Certainly on 1/25/11, foreboding! Nose: An animated aromatic conversation with the darker elements of Barossa Valley Sh read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region, Barossa sub-region and Barossa Valley appellation. Vintage conditions and ult...imately the nature of the fruit are the elements that determine the final blend. Hence each year the varietal make-up can vary. In some vintages shiraz will lead the blend, in others grenache will be the principal element. Unusually for Penfolds, all three varieties are matured independently, owing to their tendency to mature at different times on the vine and the need to mature under different conditions in the barrel. Mourvedre will often contribute a unique combination of violet-like floral notes and a range of earthy, savoury complexities. Structurally it can be lean and sinewy, providing a worthy frame upon which shiraz and grenache can sit. Grenache is typically lighter in colour and body, presenting the perfume of the wine and is often the first component noticed when the wine is poured. Shiraz provides the body and shape of the wine. Bin 138 is more of a fruit-driven style than the other Bin wines and displays a chalkier tannin texture. Its rich, earthy nature becomes more nuanced with age.. Braised lamb shanksTwice cooked cheese souffleOsso bucco GRENACHE^MOURVEDRE^SYRAH Wine Australian Still Wine read more

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$157.50 $123.90
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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region, Barossa sub-region and Barossa Valley appellation. The development of Penfold...s Red Winemaking Trial (RWT) reflects extraordinary progress in viticulture and winemaking. The two disciplines are increasingly intertwined, as growers and winemakers work together in search of optimum balance, ripeness and flavour.RWT draws fruit from 20 to 100 year-old vineyards arcing across the west and north-west of the Barossa Valley, mostly independently grown. The best vineyards produce fruit of voluptuous intensity, ripe tannins, and juicy flavours. The RWT Shiraz has a very seductive style with a plum/blueberry fruit profile and fine ripe tannins underpinned by savoury French oak.Since its first vintage in 1997, collectors have recognised the sheer class of RWT. Already the wine has a strong secondary market following, illustrating its collectability and cellaring potential.. read more

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Wine & Spirits rating: 94. St Henri is rich and plush when young, gaining soft, earthy, mocha-like characters as it ages. It is ma...tured in old, 1460-litre vats that allow wine to develop, imparting minimal, if any oak character. Although a small proportion of Cabernet is sometimes used to improve structure, focal point for St Henri remains Shiraz. read more

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Wine Spectator rating: 97. Penfolds Bin 707 is widely regarded as 'benchmark' Australian Cabernet Sauvignon. A full-bodied wine wi...th outstanding depth, complexity and structure, palate offers great intensity and concentration of varietal flavor, balanced by a finely integrated oak character from 16 months maturation in new small American oak barrels. With careful cellaring, Penfolds Bin 707 will mature in bottle for many years. During maturation, sediment may form in bottle - an entirely natural feature of wine's gratual development. For optimum enjoyment, wine should therefore be carefully decanted, which will also allow it to breaprior to being served. read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region. The 1964 Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon was Penfolds' first commercial release of... a single cabernet-based wine. Today, Bin 707 is justifiably regarded as one of Australia's most important cabernets. The winemaking philosophy and barrel maturation of Bin 707 is almost identical to Grange. The Bin 707 style combines intense varietal definition with new American oak to produce wines of great richness, harmony and concentration. Over the years the development of Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon has mirrored the advances in winemaking and viticulture and in this sense has served as a representation of progress and excellence within the industry. Bin 707 proudly bears the Penfolds stamp - displaying a fascinatingly complex marriage of ripe, concentrated cabernet fruit and 100% new American oak, forged together through partial barrel fermentation. It displays dark berried fruit, mocha and chocolate overtones, with warm spice notes. Bin 707 is a medium to long term cellaring style of wine. It will comfortably gain stature and complexity across more than two decades in the bottle.. read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region. The earliest releases of Bin 28 were single-vineyard wines, produced from gra...pes grown on the famous Kalimna vineyard at the northern end of the Barossa Valley. With demand increasing, it became essential to extend sourcing to regions outside the Barossa and so during the 1970s, Bin 28 became a multi-regional, warm-climate South Australian blend.Early vinification techniques originated from the development of Grange. Today the wine is matured in older American oak hogsheads to enhance fruit complexity and natural tannin structure.Bin 28 is inherently richer in style than Bin 128 and Koonunga Hill and despite the fact that it can be an earlier drinking style, this wine has a reputation for improving with medium-term cellaring in the right conditions.. read more

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This wine is from Australia, Victoria region. The Bin 311 style typically expresses a mineral acid backbone, complemented by barre...l fermentation, subtle lees influence and sensitive maturation in seasoned oak. Minimal filtration is employed, preserving the elegant fruit flavours.. read more

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Classic Australian Shiraz brimming with plummy berried fruits, spices and ripe tannins. Benchmark Australian Shiraz! The Wine Advo...cate rating: 92. read more

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Wine Spectator rating: 94. Plush, fleshy and mouth filling-showcasing a cleverly woven texture and deceptive fruit weight. Nectari...ne and blood plum fruits courted by largesse of big, ripe and round tannins. Maturation precursors already awoken, although yet to ascend/unfurl-fresh wallet leather, pan scrapings. Long and persistent. Polished. read more

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Australian Wine Companion rating: 95. Deep red, dark core. nose is initially not overtly Cabernet Sauvignon, emitting mixed scents... of black olive, charcoal, meat, rosemary arching across a darkened veil of fruit. Oak aging porduces aromas of clove and cedar detectable as well. palate is solid, and generous. Softened, integrated tannins, bereft of harshness, astringence. Oak presence suggested on nose is not as prominent on palate. A generous flavor amalgam of chocolate, smoked meats, black fruits, dates, fig. read more

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Deep magenta in color. nose is energetic exuberant. Varietally pure cassis/blackcurrant, at physiologically riper end of spectru...m no herbal or green cues. Other aromatics include derived scents extolling memories of homemade cannoli its pastry and custard/chocolate. Upon sitting, a suggestion of Chinese sausage. French oak is evident, with clove, cedar, pencil shavings. palate is full-bodied, fresh, bright and lively. It is defined and focussed. Solid, granular tannins, balanced acidity and friendly yet reserved oak, beckon an impressive structural conveyance. Palate length and persistence? Only one way to confirm... please pour. Wilfred Wong of Wine.com rating: 91. read more

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$360.18 $283.34
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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region. The 1964 Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon was Penfolds' first commercial release of... a single cabernet-based wine. Today, Bin 707 is justifiably regarded as one of Australia's most important cabernets.The winemaking philosophy and barrel maturation of Bin 707 is almost identical to Grange. The Bin 707 style combines intense varietal definition with new American oak to produce wines of great richness, harmony and concentration.Over the years the development of Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon has mirrored the advances in winemaking and viticulture and in this sense has served as a representation of progress and excellence within the industry.Bin 707 proudly bears the Penfolds stamp - displaying a fascinatingly complex marriage of ripe, concentrated cabernet fruit and 100% new American oak, forged together through partial barrel fermentation. It displays dark berried fruit, mocha and chocolate overtones, with warm spice notes.Bin 707 is a medium to long term cellaring style of wine. It will comfortably gain stature and complexity across more than two decades in the bottle.. read more

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$99.00 $77.88
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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region. While Grange is now seen as the quintessential Australian wine, John Davoren?...s work with St. Henri is of equal importance. Indeed both these wines set new standards for their day with St. Henri establishing an elegant, perfumed style based on fruit definition and maturation in old oak.Originally the wines were called ?Penfolds St. Henri Claret?, but since 1991, with the release of the 1989 vintage, St. Henri has been labelled varietally. Like Grange, the wines have always been Shiraz driven, with small varying percentages of Cabernet Sauvignon.Nowadays St. Henri is a multi-district blend drawing Shiraz from the Barossa Valley, Eden Valley, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, the foothills of the Adelaide Hills, and Langhorne Creek. Cabernet Sauvignon, which provides firmness and structure to the St. Henri style, is sourced from the Barossa Valley, Coonawarra and Bordertown.. read more

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$40.01 $31.47
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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region, Barossa sub-region and Barossa Valley appellation. Vintage conditions and ult...imately the nature of the fruit are the elements that determine the final blend. Hence each year the varietal make-up can vary. In some vintages shiraz will lead the blend, in others grenache will be the principal element. Unusually for Penfolds, all three varieties are matured independently, owing to their tendency to mature at different times on the vine and the need to mature under different conditions in the barrel. Mourvedre will often contribute a unique combination of violet-like floral notes and a range of earthy, savoury complexities. Structurally it can be lean and sinewy, providing a worthy frame upon which shiraz and grenache can sit. Grenache is typically lighter in colour and body, presenting the perfume of the wine and is often the first component noticed when the wine is poured. Shiraz provides the body and shape of the wine. Bin 138 is more of a fruit-driven style than the other Bin wines and displays a chalkier tannin texture. Its rich, earthy nature becomes more nuanced with age.. Braised lamb shanksTwice cooked cheese souffleOsso bucco GRENACHE^MOURVEDRE^SYRAH Wine Australian Still Wine read more

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Wine Enthusiast rating: 97. Penfolds RWT Shiraz has been widely haild as an impressive extension of Penfolds House Style - a wine ...with an indelible Penfolds stamp, offering a contemporary expression of finest elements of Barossa Valley Shiraz. For optimum enjoyment, this wine should be carefully decanted prior to being served. read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region. While Grange is now seen as the quintessential Australian wine, John Davoren?...s work with St. Henri is of equal importance. Indeed both these wines set new standards for their day with St. Henri establishing an elegant, perfumed style based on fruit definition and maturation in old oak.Originally the wines were called ?Penfolds St. Henri Claret?, but since 1991, with the release of the 1989 vintage, St. Henri has been labelled varietally. Like Grange, the wines have always been Shiraz driven, with small varying percentages of Cabernet Sauvignon.Nowadays St. Henri is a multi-district blend drawing Shiraz from the Barossa Valley, Eden Valley, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, the foothills of the Adelaide Hills, and Langhorne Creek. Cabernet Sauvignon, which provides firmness and structure to the St. Henri style, is sourced from the Barossa Valley, Coonawarra and Bordertown.. read more

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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region, Limestone Coast sub-region and Coonawarra appellation. Bin 169 was created to... reflect Penfolds contemporary winemaking approach emphasising both regionality and maturation of Cabernet Sauvignon in fine grained French oak. The Penfolds Bin 169 is a style that is immediately Penfolds, whilst simultaneously illustrative of its ongoing search for diversity and style separation. An honest reflection of the region and a testament of Penfolds' longstanding commitment to the vineyards of Coonawarra.. COLOURDark magenta, with a deeper/darker core.NOSEAustralia? Regal, yet modern. Lifted high notes - an intriguing mix of root vegetables ? rhubarb, turnip, radish, parsnip, white chocolate and clove. No mint detected. However, scents of blackberry conserve, fig paste, black olive, oregano, bayleaf, paprika do appear on the aromaticradar. A hint of oak, replete with mustard powder/Indian spice artefact. Fresh wafts of new, sweet polished leather.PALATELively, stylish, confidently and assertively medium-bodied, Coonawarra. Rhubarb compote carries over onto the palate, energised by blackcurrant and quince allies and red fruits (cranberry and persimmon).Tomato chutney/relish/pulp? giving way to savoury tapenade, Dutch red licorice. The feature here is texture ? structurally woven, a mesh rather than a coating - tightened by oak, bound by powdery Coonawarra Cabernet tannins. Good grip, natural acidity. Deep and long.. Coorong mullet cooked over vines, Tasmanian black truffle and baby herbs CABERNET SAUVIGNON Wine Australian Still Wine read more

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Providing a lovely contrast to more powerfully structured Bin 707, Bin 407 is a restrained and elegant cabernet sauvignon style wi...th clear, varietal black-currant/cassis aromas, fine-grained firm tannins and underlying cedar and savory oak. read more

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Deep red color. Savoury notes quickly hit radar gravy/pan-juices, vegemite/soy. Fruits emit quickly thereafter boysenberry/mul...berry, quince paSainte Wafts of cocoa powder and a hint of vanillin entwine playfully beneath. Tanned (fresh) leather cautiously follows. Medium-bodied. Balanced. Elegantly proportioned, yet with a firm underpinning. A familial trio of a dark-berried compote, boiled fruitcake mixture and fine chocolate powder to varietal tune of Shiraz. 'Binding' tannins add to length, reinforcing extract/character/body of wine. The Wine Advocate rating: 90. read more

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$360.41 $283.52
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This wine is from Australia, South Australia region, Limestone Coast sub-region and Coonawarra appellation. Bin 169 was created to... reflect Penfolds contemporary winemaking approach emphasising both regionality and maturation of Cabernet Sauvignon in fine grained French oak. The Penfolds Bin 169 is a style that is immediately Penfolds, whilst simultaneously illustrative of its ongoing search for diversity and style separation. An honest reflection of the region and a testament of Penfolds' longstanding commitment to the vineyards of Coonawarra.. Coorong mullet cooked over vines, Tasmanian black truffle and baby herbs CABERNET SAUVIGNON Wine Australian Still Wine read more

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$40.01 $31.47
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This wine is from Australia, Victoria region. The Bin 311 style typically expresses a mineral acid backbone, complemented by barre...l fermentation, subtle lees influence and sensitive maturation in seasoned oak. Minimal filtration is employed, preserving the elegant fruit flavours.. read more

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$84.97 $63.97
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Classic Cabernet aromas of blackcurrant, violets, cassis and leafy underbrush meshed with cedary oak notes.Clearly Cabernet from e...ntry to finish although this appears to have more mid palate density than many Cabernets display in their youth, which is a good thing. Opulent dark fruits tinged with cassis are threaded with herb/briar complexities, fine dark chocolate and creamy textural oak elements add to its generous persona. The firm grainy tannin structure stamps its authority and will ensure it retains composure as it ages gracefully over the next 20-years plus should you store it appropriately. read more

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Deep dark red with purple on rim.Ascending waves of fruits, blueberry, crushed boysenberry and soaked damson plum, sensitively pro...pelled by (oak-derived?) cedar and ginger. Beneath, roasted meats, juniper, sage and Chinese BBQ artefact. Expressive, elemental, ethereal, earthy.Full-bodied, unevolved and youthful. Whilst Barossa textural generosity and richness is pre-supposed, this palate at this stage verges towards ?essence??although thankfully not via an alcohol or a buffed-up concentration pathway? An emulsion of sarsparilla, chinotto, and mascarpone replete with ripe, grande tannins and acidity conspiring to maintain balance and dimension. Masses of fruits, berries, chocolate, and mocha. Richness and power, with stature and charm. read more

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Penfolds Rawson?s Retreat wines present classic single varietal and varietalblends in an approachable, fresh-flavoured style for e...arly enjoyment.Drawing on Penfolds? extensive vineyard resources, the wines offer afirst-rate quality and value guarantee, presenting the drinker with anaffordable taste of everyday Australian wine at its best.The name Rawson?s Retreat is an informal reference to the stone cottagebuilt in 1845 by Dr Christopher Rawson Penfold at the famous Magillvineyard in Adelaide, where he, with wife Mary and daughter Georgina, hadsettled the year before and were to establish the Penfolds winery which stilloperates today. read more

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Penfolds Rawson?s Retreat wines present classic, single-varietal and varietalblends in an approachable, fresh-flavoured style for ...early enjoyment.Drawing on Penfolds? extensive vineyard resources, the wines offer afirst-rate quality and value guarantee, presenting the drinker with anaffordable taste of an everyday Australian wine at its best.The name Rawson?s Retreat is an informal reference to the stone cottagebuilt in 1845 by Dr Christopher Rawson Penfold at the famous Magillvineyard in Adelaide, where he, with wife Mary and daughter Georgina, hadsettled the year before and were to establish the Penfolds winery which stilloperates today. read more

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$431.97 $323.97
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Penfolds Bin 707 is widely regarded as 'benchmark' Australian Cabernet Sauvignon. A full-bodied wine with outstanding depth, compl...exity and structure, the palate offers great intensity and concentration of varietal flavor, balanced by a finely integrated oak character from 16 months maturation in new small American oak barrels. With careful cellaring, Penfolds Bin 707 will mature in bottle for many years.During maturation, sediment may form in the bottle - an entirely natural feature of the wine's gratual development. For optimum enjoyment, the wine should therefore be carefully decanted, which will also allow it to breathe prior to being served. read more

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$84.97 $63.97
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Launched with the 1990 vintage in 1993, Penfolds Bin 407 was developed in response to the increasing availability of high quality ...Cabernet Sauvignon fruit. Inspired by Penfolds Bin 707, Bin 407 offers varietal definition and approachability, yet with structure and depth of flavour. A textbook Cabernet Sauvignon, the varietally expressive Bin 407 highlights the rewards of Penfolds multi-region, multi-vineyard blending, with a core of ripe fruit supported by a sensitive use of French and American oak. read more

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95 Point Wine Advocate: The 2006 RWT Shiraz was aged for 14 months in 70% new French oak hogsheads. The winery describes its style... as opulent and fleshy compared to Grange's muscular and assertive personality. Opaque purple in color, it offers aromas of Asian spices, beef juice, toast, blueberry, and licorice. Rich, fleshy, and round, it has plenty of underlying tannin, impeccable balance, and a long, pure finish. read more

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Penfolds Kalimna Bin 28 Shiraz is a deep red color. Savory notes quickly hit radar and fruit emit quickly thereafter. Wafts of coc...oa powder and a hint of vanillin entwine playfully beneath. Tanned (fresh) leather cautiously follows. A medium-bodied, balanced wine. Elegantly proportioned, yet with a firm underpinning. A familial trio of a dark-berried compote, boiled fruitcake mixture and fine chocolate powder - to varietal tune of Shiraz. Binding tannins add to length, reinforcing extract/character/body of wine. Australian Wine Companion rating: 92. read more

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An elegant medium-bodied wine with upfront flavors of dark cherry and mulberry fruit. fine tannin structure provides an even and f...ocussed mid palate, whilst careful use of American and French oak adds richness, length and nutmeg, cinnamon and mocha flavours. International Wine Cellar rating: 88. read more

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Pale straw color. Ripe nectarine and stonefruit aromas dominate with hints of kaffir lime leaf and citrus blossom in background. C...omplexing scents of creamy nougat and wafts of gun flint complete intriguing nose. Citrus, lemon curd and stonefruits carry through to palate which is showing lovely mineral acid linearity and providing wonderful length of flavor. Koonunga Hill Chardonnay reflects Penfolds' multi-region, multi-vineyard blending policy, which enables winemakers to source best parcels of fruit to produce consistently high quality wines from each vintage. A light to medium bodied Chardonnay with distinctive primary fruit characters, sustained intensity and a subtle underlay of moderate oak. International Wine Cellar rating: 88. read more

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Opulent red berries, spice and violet characters are beautifully captured in this Shiraz. Oak adds subtle cedar and vanilla nuance...s, while fine tannins round out palate. read more

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Thomas Hyland Cabernet Sauvignon is a shining example of benefits of multi-regional blending. Cabernet Sauvignon from southeast of... South Australia, including Coonawarra, often features prominently, bringing perfume and generosity of flavor on palate; while addition of ripe, powerful McLaren Vale fruit and elegantly proportioned Robe cabernet enhance overall style. read more

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Made in a a process typical of French and German Rieslings, gives wine greater fruit concentration and an unctuous mouth feel, whi...le maintaining natural acidity of Adelaide Hills fruit. read more

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Thomas Hyland Shiraz, a buoyant, fresh style contains plenty of juicy blackberry fruit aromas and flavours, chocolaty, ripe tannin...s and some savory oak nuances. Sourced predominantly from Barossa, McLaren Vale and Upper Adelaide regions, wine shows distinctive spice notes and typically rich and well-defined fruit characters. There is no doubt this is a contemporary wine of which Thomas Hyland would be immensely proud. read more

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