Tagged with 'cabernet sauvignon'

Steve Pannell's Koomilya Vineyard

Steve sitting there looking pretty

Steve Pannell is one of the winemaking legends of Australia, garnering praise home and away for almost a decade now. This week we have his Koomilya Vineyard offerings for you, including the brand new CP Block Cabernet Sauvignon. Noteworthy indeed, the grapes used for the CP used to go into the infamous Bin 707! 

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Mount Mary Dinner

mt mary in the mist

For what will be our last wine dinner of the year we have something truly exciting for you - winemaker Sam Middleton, from legendary Mount Mary Vineyards, is with us to host an exclusive dinner and tasting at Corella Restaurant. Join us on Tuesday the 22nd of October for an unforgettable evening, with sublime food (we were there last week for a function and it was absolutely divine!) and the superlative wines of the estate, including many back vintages, and a look at their brilliant new releases. You'll find the menu and the wines below (and boy do the notes read well!), alongside booking information. Places are limited, so we encourage you to move quickly. See you there!

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Mesmerizing Margaux

Malescot Bottles

A few weeks ago, we had the pleasure of sitting down with Malescot St.-Exupéry's owners, Jean-Luc and Françoise Zuger, for a vertical tasting of the estate's phenomenal Margaux. What the event showed was wines of great richness, pure and fragrant, very forward, but framed by excellent tannins and masterful oak integration - we were completely smitten with the wines and felt you should not miss this opportunity to score back and current vintages of well-priced, exceptional Margaux. You'll find below our comments on the wines in italic, followed by notes and points from the Wine Advocate, and, for more information on the estate, you can click HERE. Please allow a good three months for delivery as the wines are coming straight from the estate in a temperature controlled container. 

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