For $23, this is insane value. What a cracker!
Don't you just love it when different works? Not your usual bedfellows but this Sagrantino Mataro combo hits the mark.
I can see myself with a glass of this in hand standing by an open fire on a chilly afternoon. A dense red sure to warm your insides during the cooler months.
Oakridge doesn't miss a beat. Ever. Be it their classy top-end wines or their entry-level labels like this Over the Shoulder range. Excellence is rooted deep in their veins and here we go again with this Cabernet Merlot.
This one-acre vineyard can be found two kilometres from the McLaren Vale township. A property used for weddings, films, television commercials and even a visit by the Queen.
I like this. Big time. It grows on you. It's the blue-collar worker type - sleeves rolled up and ripping in. Such a great drink.
If Welkin is the Vault in the sky, then this may be the key for entry. Such a juicy and crunchy number, it is such a versatile wine too. Drink as is or with a slight chill, an all-season Grenache if you will.
Riesling is one of the best value varieties on the shelves. The quality available in Australia is exceptional particularly as it ages well too. For those who have yet to venture into the world of aged Riesling, this is a good starting point.
A great Shiraz for $25. Wes Pearson from Dodgy Bros is really in some fine form at the moment. Find this.
Not many producers deliver a Riesling Semillon blend consistently. There is plenty of depth and interest here to keep you enthused.
Lean for a Merlot at 12.7%, this new release from Huntington Estate is bright and fresh. I like its vibe.