Enjoy two bottles of these six highly acclaimed wines. Critics and judges have been unanimous in their praise of this mixed case from around the world. At only $1,488 – a saving of 16 per cent on the regular price – it is outstanding value for money.
O’Leary Walker Watervale Riesling 2012, the Clare Valley, Australia
These world class Clare Valley Rieslings are handcrafted by David O’Leary and Nick Walker. Hand pruned and hand-picked, the wine has hallmark lime notes and steely acidity.
5-star winery – James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion
“Profoundly scented of golden delicious apples, pink grapefruit and green guava with suggestions of honeysuckle and jasmine. Dry and
light-bodied with a great acid line. Concludes with a good, long finish.” – WA 91
St. Michael Eppan Alto Adige Pinot Grigio 2011, Trentino Alto Adige, Italy
The St. Michael Eppan winery, founded in 1907, is in the heart of the beautiful Southern Tyrol region of Italy. It focuses on producing
traditional wines of the highest quality. Grapes for this fine, fresh and fruity Pinot Grigio come from selected vineyards from the “Anger” region. Delicate fragrances of ripe pears. This estate was named Italian Winery of the Year by Gambero Rosso, Italy’s leading wine journal. And the Gambero awarded this wine three glasses, its highest rating.
Château de l’Aulnaye Muscadet de Sevre et Maine Sur Lie Terroir de l’Aulnaye 2011, The Loire Valley, France
Terroir de l’Aulnaye is found at the confluence of the Sèvre Nantaise and Maine rivers. The delicate minerality of the wine is a result of the “Gneiss” soil, which the region is famed for. This wine has a subtle nose with floral aromas and is nicely balanced in the mouth with a good length. WS 89
Ken Forrester Vineyards Petit Cabernet Merlot 2011, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Ken Forrester is widely considered one of South Africa’s leading winemakers. His historic Zandberg vineyard, which produced this wine, is situated in the heart of Stellenbosch. It shows aromas of fresh raspberry and wild strawberry laced with cedar and sandalwood. “The palate is medium-bodied with crisp acidity and fine tannins. There is just a smattering of dark chocolate with a wonderfully focused, almost Old World finish. Excellent” – WA 89
Pruno, Finca Villacreces 2010, Ribera del Duero, Spain
Described as one of the best kept secrets of Ribera del Duero by Robert Parker, Finca Villacreces is located next to the world famous Spanish estate Vega Sicilia, and their vines were used to make the cult wine Pingus. It offers an extraordinary bouquet of charcoal, wood smoke, creme de cassis and blackberries mixed with hints of acacia flowers and liquorice.
“Wow… one would expect to pay US$75 to US$150 for a wine that tastes like this” – RP 94
Clos du Caillou Côtes du Rhône, Bouquet des Garrigues Rouge 2011
Made from low yielding old vines, using natural methods, and organic practices, this wine offers an elegant nose dominated by aromas of
violets and a hint of smoke. In the mouth it is a powerful combination of red berry jam with soft spices and black pepper. “… it is a ripe, rich, full-bodied effort that is as good, possibly better than some producers’ Chateauneuf du Papes.” – RP 90 – 92