• Robert Oatley Chardonnay Margaret River 2014

    Pale straw color. The nose is aromatic and quite pleasing with scents of white peach, lychee, and tropical fruits with accents of mineral and vanilla. The palate delivers on the promise of the nose revealing an ultra-balanced wine with vibrancy and bright citrus-like acidity. Medium-bodied with fresh, crisp acidity giving it perfect balance. $17 – 3.5 Stars – 89 points

  • Robert Oatley GSM McLaren Vale 2014

    Deep ruby red color. The nose reveals a densely fruity wine with scents of concentrated red fruits, plum, cherry, and cassis with accents of mineral and oak. The palate echoes the nose delivering a very lush and silky fruit-driven core with subtle notes of baking spice and oak on the flanks. Medium to full-bodied with rich, juicy fruit and enough bright acidity to keep it perfectly balanced. $20 – 3.5 Stars – 88 points

  • Insurrection Shiraz/Cabernet Sauvignon South Eastern Australia 2014

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    Deepest, darkest, ruby red color. The nose is packed full with ripe, sweet red and black berries with a dash of tart berries to add interest. The jammy fruit is supported by a generous dose of brown baking spices, dark chocolate, cigar, and hints of charred, sweet oak. The palate is in full agreement with the nose delivering a lush but ideally balanced fruit core flanked by waves of spice, cigar box, and subtle oak notes. Full-bodied and certainly jammy with enough vibrant acidity to keep it fresh with structured but firm tannins. $17 – 4 Stars – 91 points

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