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2019 Tim Adams Ries­ling

There’s a very spe­cial rea­son to grab a bot­tle of this de­li­ciously-crafted Clare Val­ley ries­ling: part of the pro­ceeds sup­port the chil­dren’s char­ity, Va­ri­ety, help­ing sick, dis­ad­van­taged or spe­cial needs kids. Waves of crisp and lively cit­rus-steely flavours will add sig­nif­i­cant value to your in­vest­ment.

2018 Fern­grove In­de­pen­dence Field Blend

This Fran­k­land River win­ery’s wine­maker Craig Grafton had vast fruit scope avail­able to cre­ate this ab­so­lute sur­prise pack­age fea­tur­ing highly un­usual va­ri­etal bed part­ners gewurz­traminer, sau­vi­gnon blanc and semil­lon. The re­sult is a fresh and en­tic­ing mouth­ful that com­ple­ments a range of lightly-spiced dishes.

2017 Atze’s Cor­ner Bach­e­lor Shi­raz

This quin­tes­sen­tial Barossa Val­ley red show­cases sixth-gen­er­a­tion wine­maker Andy Kalleske’s deep knowl­edge of the re­gion’s flag­ship va­ri­ety. Smooth, sub­tle flavours are the en­dear­ing re­sult of the rich, ex­plo­sive fruit at his dis­posal. This Bach­e­lor won’t have a prob­lem find­ing a part­ner to savour its ap­peal.

2017 Pen­folds Bin 389 Caber­net Shi­raz

Widely known for a very good rea­son as “Baby Grange”, this ul­tra-qual­ity caber­net sau­vi­gnon-shi­raz blend fea­tures the finest fruit from four premium re­gional sites and is sim­ply one of the na­tion’s most adored reds. Its rich, soft and sub­limely­bal­anced flavours re­veal the high­est stan­dards of classy wine­mak­ing.

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