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  1. Rockburn Devils Staircase Pinot Noir 2017

    Winery Notes: The unrelenting Central Otago environment tortures the vines whose twisted limbs produce a wine worthy of absolution; strong and sensual with lashings of dark fruit, sinfully succulent and devilishly good. The flavours are practically immoral, full of black Doris plums, blueberries and bramble fruit, and will leave you with an insatiable desire for more.

    $23.99 per bottle

    $273.49 per case of 12 bottles ($22.79 per bottle )

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  2. Shaky Bridge Pioneer Series Pinot Gris 2013:

    SHAKY BRIDGE PIONEER SERIES PINOT GRIS 2013:

    $25.99 per bottle

    $296.29 per case of 12 bottles ($24.69 per bottle )

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  3. Charteris Hunt Vineyard Riesling 2015

    Native New Zealander has returned home to craft these wines from around Central Otago. This one comes from the Bannockburn sub-region and is full of minerality, bright tropical & citrussy fruit but a steely back bone of wild mouth watering acidity. Note that there is just a smidge of residual sweetness here but be not afraid, the crisp, dry finish cleans it up.

    $34.99 per bottle

    $398.89 per case of 12 bottles ($33.24 per bottle )

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  4. Prophets Rock Rocky Point Pinot Noir 2016

    TASTING NOTES: Brilliant ruby in colour the Rocky Point 2015 shows bright red berry, cherry, floral and spice aromas on the nose leading on to a smooth velvety palate. Here the rich fruit flavours are complemented by spice, mineral and dried herb notes leading on to a long rich finish. A versatile food wine that will complement a wide range of cuisine, this wine is a great match with lamb, game and salmon and will continue to provide great enjoyment over the next 4-8 years.VINEYARD NOTES: The grapes were sourced from the two Prophet’s Rock estate vineyards in the Bendigo sub-region of Central Otago. Extensive canopy and crop management was carried out during the growing season to ensure the grapes attained full physiological ripeness with good concentration and flavour. Yields were kept low across both sites and did not exceed 38 hl/ha or 5t/ha. This wine is principally from Rocky Point Vineyard is home to some of the steepest blocks in Central Otago, elegant vines grow on top of an underlay of schist rock providing high mineraltity and spice to the grapes whilst above the surface we see an abundance of wild thyme WINEMAKING NOTES: The grapes were handpicked and fermented by indigenous ‘wild’ yeast. The wine was hand-plunged during fermentation and then aged in French oak barrels from a variety of Burgundy cooperages and forests. ‘Wild’ malolactic fermentation took place in barrel and the wine was aged on its yeast lees before bottling on the 25th of February 2016.

    $35.99 per bottle

    $410.29 per case of 12 bottles ($34.19 per bottle )

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  5. Carrick Unravelled Pinot Noir 2014

    This is fulsome and mouthfilling, and the palate is marked by fine, grainy tannin textures providing depth and structure.

    $36.99 per bottle

    $421.69 per case of 12 bottles ($35.14 per bottle )

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  6. Rippon Estate Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    "Biodynamic. Actually pretty damn good! So much minerality here that I got a tingle down my spine. As if a granite spine. Marble. Cold and shards and sage and powdered tarragon and spring nettles in white pepper. Tingling tingling tingling. "17.5/20 Points Tamlyn Currin,  JANCIS ROBINSON.  

    $37.99 per bottle

    $433.09 per case of 12 bottles ($36.09 per bottle )

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  7. Drumsara Pinot Noir 2013

    "The 2013 Pinot Noir is the perfect example of Drumsara Wines’ Terroir, expressing dark and wild fruits of the forest; cherry, plum and strawberry, with an underlying hint of spices. The palate abounds in deep fruits, lemented by vanilla beans and cocoa. The fine grained tanins and lively acidity give the wine great length and aging potential. Enjoy now through until 2020+." Winemaker's tasting notes.Blue Gold Sydney International Wine Competition 2017Cameron Douglas MS 93ptsWine Orbit 93 pts 5 starRaymond Chan 5 starPeter Saunders 5 Star

    $38.99 per bottle

    $444.49 per case of 12 bottles ($37.04 per bottle )

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  8. Rippon Estate Jeunesse Riesling 2017

    "From one of the most beautiful vineyard sites in the galaxy. And one of the world’s great riesling producers. Bright and flavoursome, light and pristine in fruit character, a slick of sweetness with an arrow of limey-mineral-charged acidity through it. It’s wonderful, easy drinking, shows some quiet complexity, drives well through the mouth, leaves you feeling fresh and, unusually, sort of revitalised after each sip. Dangerously drinkable, indeed." 93 Points,  Mike Bennie, WINEFRONT.  

    $39.99 per bottle

    $455.89 per case of 12 bottles ($37.99 per bottle )

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  9. Judge Rock St Laurent 2011

    JUDGE ROCK ST LAURENT 2011

    $41.99 per bottle

    $478.69 per case of 12 bottles ($39.89 per bottle )

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  10. Grasshopper Rock Pinot Noir 2013

    Decanter World Wine Awards 2015 - Fine, pretty nose; pure and ripe, blessed with layers of toasty oak, raspberry, strawberry and just a hint of chocolate and spice. To taste it's no less toothsome, with sparkling intensity and vibrancy, delivering reams of cinnamon-kissed, creamy red fruits. Beautifully poised and with great tension. Cuisine Magazine - Best Buy & 4.5 Stars - Regularly one of the Alexandra sub-region's finest examples of pinot noir, this version is typically fragrant and pure. Red and darker fruit, plus a herbal twist, are lifted by fine, firm tannins. "It's not a show pony," said Sam Harrop, "but very fresh and elegant." May 2015

    $43.99 per bottle

    $501.49 per case of 12 bottles ($41.79 per bottle )

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