Australia

Australia
One of the catalysts in the new world wine revolution, Australia has a somewhat mixed reputation with regards to its wine production. Many discount brand wines popped up as a result of the initial success of small volume wineries, and somewhat diluted the market leaving consumers with mixed feelings about the quality of Australian wine. Beyond the heavily discounted supermarket bargain bin, Australia has been producing some of its best ever wine in recent years and is home to some worldwide respected wineries and winemakers. Benefiting from truly unique terroir and changing attitudes to mass-market wine, there has never been a better time to sample the delights of Australia’s winemaking genius.
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  1. Outback Jack Cabernet Merlot

    Choose Outback Jack Cabernet Merlot if you like soft, yet full-bodied reds with rich flavours of plum, blackcurrant and hints of oak. It’s powerful yet easy drinking and follows through to a long and lingering finish. A great Australian red that typically goes well with barbequed meats and salads.

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  2. Outback Jack Pinot Grigio
    The Berton Vineyards Outback Jack wines are easy drinking and true to varietal style. This Pinot Grigio is light and refreshing with tingly acidity, lemon and crisp apple flavours which combine to give the palate good length and intensity. Enjoy chilled as an aperitif or with fish and green salads. Learn More
  3. Outback Jack Shiraz

    Outback Jack Shiraz is full of vibrant berries overlaid with chocolate and spicy notes. Ripe fruit with smooth tannin and a touch of oak, this wine is perfect with full flavoured pasta and meat dishes.

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  4. Outback Jack Chardonnay

    Outback Jack Chardonnay is light yet creamy with tropical flavours of peach, pineapple and citrus, leading to a long and satisfying finish. This wine is best enjoyed chilled and served with chicken dishes or simply on its own.

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  5. Barren Jack Semillon Sauvignon Blanc

    A refreshingly fruity and great value old-world-style blend of Semillon and Sauvignon grapes. There's lime, lemongrass and passion fruit aromas with crisp flavours of citrus fruit and melon on the palate. Great with seafood or salad dishes.

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  6. Barren Jack Shiraz Cabernet
    This wine is made in the Western district of Victoria where the climate is cool. An artful blend of the vibrant Shiraz and the classic elegance of the Cabernet. A bold and full bodied wine. Learn More
  7. Reserve Chardonnay, Wombat Hill

    The Wombat Hill Reserve Chardonnay has generous aromas of white peach, beautifully balanced by spicy oak with toasty undertones of vanilla and cinnamon. A rich and toasty palate shows flavours of honeydew melon and peach with hints of lime which linger to create a lovely, balanced wine with a long and persistent finish. We recommend serving it slightly chilled with creamy seafood risotto.

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  8. Reserve Shiraz, Wombat Hill

    The fruit for Wombat Hill is grown in and around the Murray River region of South Eastern Australia which is Australia's largest winegrape producing area. The Reserve Shiraz is deepest dark red with a very youthful and vibrant garnet hue. The aromas are powerful and complex with a wealth of fruit ranging from ripe black cherries and blackberries with hints of eucalyptus and spice. The rich and full palate displays soft flavours of plum skin, mulberry and hints of vanilla and blackberry, These abundant flavours are underpinned by fine vanilla oak and defined by exciting spicy tannins. Perfect with rich char grilled steak or slow cooked game!

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  9. Reserve Merlot, Wombat Hill

    Wombat Hill continue to offer effortlessly great value wine with this reserve merlot. This full flavoured and attractive wine is a delight to drink on its own, but it teams up beautifully with fine food and good company. The fruit for Wombat Hill is grown in and around the Murray River region of South Eastern Australia which is Australia's largest winegrape producing area.

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  10. Berton Vineyards The Vermentino Metal Label

    A fantastic example of a much underrated grape variety, usually found on the Italian island of Sardinia. Berton Vineyards planted Vermentino vines in their premium vineyard and produced a great wine.

    An appetising pale lemon colour with aromas of tropical fruits combined with pear and citrus that jump from the glass. These flavours follow through to the palate creating a rich wine with a great depth of flavour and crisp acidity. Pairs well with light seafood dishes such as tempura prawns and, due to it's lightness, is a perfect appetiser.

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  11. Berton Vineyards White Viognier Metal Label

    Viognier, which is highly esteemed in the old world, is forging a strong reputation in Australia as a complex, full bodied and flavoursome alternative to Chardonnay. Bertons Metal Label Viognier is a fantastic example: with fresh flavours of citrus zest and tropical fruits that fill the palate and linger to create a long finish.

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  12. Berton Vineyards Classic Chardonnay Metal Label

    Made in a similar style to its sibling, the Eden Valley Reserve Chardonnay that was highly rated in the Australian press. A cool climate style, this classic Chardonnay from Berton Vineyards is crisp and elegant and a fine example of what the region Padthaway produces.

    Tropical fruit aromas and the typical Padthaway flavours of lime and grapefruit are in evidence, complimented by subtle oak. There’s great balance in the palate, with fresh tropical fruit and plenty of sweet/sour grapefruit softened by gentle oak tannins leading to a subtle and persistent finish.

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