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$75.00

A very eccentric, atypical and slightly oxidative, yet very drinkable, complex and enjoyable Sauvignon Blanc coming from Simha. There is very little typical varietal character here and the style is more in the 'natty' white wine camp, with somewhat dominant phenolic notes, some terracotta tones of amphorae and oxidative complexity. However, if you don't mind that, this is a lovely little drop - the relatively light body of the wine and incisive acidity make it a great food wine.

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$55.00

A very fun, characterful and positively challenging pet-nat with tremendous character and playfulness. Most likely this kind of wine isn't everyone's cup of tea, but is truly a raw expression of nature. Not funky or "natty" in any way, but rather very clean, precise and finely crafted. It is definitely ready to drink now, but it will be interesting to see how this will develop over the next couple of years.

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$53.00

A remarkably well-made, pure and nuanced orange wine that is very savory and simply dead-serious in style. Definitely a crowd-pleaser note to the nose, but offers so much precision on the palate. Chardonnay seems to lend this wine a kind of richness and body while Riesling comes in with the zippiness. The quality here is obviously top-notch and while there's certain rustic roughness around the edges, the wine is wonderfully pure and precise from the beginning to the end, not showing any excessive funk or such.

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$59.00

A very lovely, balanced and structured Clare Valley Riesling that combines ripe, just barely off-dry fruit with bracing, precise acidity. Still feels surprisingly tightly-wound and most likely could benefit from a few years in a cellar. Punches above its weight and presents great value at this price.

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$68.00

This Riesling is ripe and fresh with a fleshy body and bright flavors of freshly picked red apples, some cantaloupe, a little bit of tart lemony citrus fruits, light sweeter notes of ripe citrus fruits and a hint of honeyed sweetness. Quite high acidity that lends nice sense of balance and poise to the wine. Mouth-watering finish. Definitely one for the books.

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Terroir Talks Tasting Sets

Bass Phillip Tasting Set (3 x 750ml)

$410.00

TERROIR TALKS EP. 15 // BASS PHILIP

Established in 1979 by winemaker Phillip Jones, this iconic winery in South Gippsland was named after legendary Australian explorers George Bass and Arthur Phillip. We are excited to announce our first premium tasting set of this series -

'Estate' Chardonnay 2019
'Estate' Pinot Noir 2017
Nebbiolo 2019

Get your tasting sets and follow our IGTV, 25th October, 6pm. See you there!

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Terroir Talks Tasting Sets

Bass Phillip Tasting Set (3 x 300ml)

$288.00

TERROIR TALKS EP. 15 // BASS PHILIP

Established in 1979 by winemaker Phillip Jones, this iconic winery in South Gippsland was named after legendary Australian explorers George Bass and Arthur Phillip. We are excited to announce our first premium tasting set of this series -

'Estate' Chardonnay 2019
'Estate' Pinot Noir 2017
Nebbiolo 2019

Get your tasting sets and follow our IGTV, 25th October, 6pm. See you there!

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So Fresh, So Clean

Travis Tausend Hey Pup 2020

$68.00

Gosh this is good! A strong reminder in the glass of how good these SA field blends can get. It’s that powdery texture mixed with glass shards of acidity. The strong scents of fresh squeezed lemon, perfect Tommy’s Margaritas, green apple freshness. Intensity and crystalline texture yet so much drinkability and refreshment. Faint savouriness? That too. And a quartz-like minerally finish matched to light almond with citrus spiked over the lot. Wow.

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$72.00

Medium ruby in the glass. Some reduction on the nose first, but blows off pretty fast. This a wine that you can start liking from the very first taste. The acidity is bright, there are a lot of crunchy berry fruit flavors backed up by some bubblegummy sweetness. Low in alcohol, too easy to guzzle.

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$70.00

Light, fresh aromatic reddish wine. Sour scents and flavours, soupy, slick texture with floral notes and bubblegummy flavour and texture to finish. It’s got some nice, perky fruit character, a good deal of lift & texture through front and mid palate. Nice drop, drink chilled!

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Pinot(esque) Noir

BK Wines Ripasso NV

$73.00

Brooding, dark berried wine, rich flavours, lots of stewed and dried fruits, the finish a bit drying-dried out, but the rest of the wine seems to find some mojo and complexity. Meaty, dried fruit characters, rich panforte notes too. Lots to chew on. Big red wine. Lovers line up, this is done pretty well.

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$73.00

Electric white, saline tang, minerally. Quinine and grapefruit juice, salty mineral water, green apple juice, incredibly long and rolling, mouth-watering finish. Understated in a way, but there’s plenty going on here. Super refreshing. Very special wine.

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$63.00

A very elementary version of a skin-contact white. Deep golden yellow in the glass. Some oxidized apple on the nose complemented by pleasant florals. Palate is rich and textural, wtih tons of herbaceousness hitting at first, but the tropical fruit from the Semillon rounds this out nicely. A pretty wine, something to start your orange wine journey with.

$27.00

Prohibition premixed Gin & Tonic in a can is the ultimate quality G&T packed for ultimate convenience. The recipe is a combination of award-winning Original Gin with a premium dry tonic and a subtle twist of orange ?garnish? in a ready-to-drink format.

$155.00

Prohibition premixed Gin & Tonic in a can is the ultimate quality G&T packed for ultimate convenience. The recipe is a combination of award-winning Original Gin with a premium dry tonic and a subtle twist of orange ?garnish? in a ready-to-drink format.

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$44.00

Pronounced perfume shows green herb, lemon and passionfruit. The palate is riotous and with great texture, piercing, cool and refreshing. More of the passionfruit and yet lime to taste, some light chalkiness and a faint suggestion of cashew. Really delicious, moreish thing with some quiet complexity in tow.

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$68.00

A very elementary version of a skin-contact white. Deep golden yellow in the glass. Some oxidized apple on the nose complemented by pleasant florals. Palate is rich and textural, wtih tons of herbaceousness hitting at first, but the tropical fruit from the Semillon rounds this out nicely. A pretty wine, something to start your orange wine journey with.

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$48.00

Quiet and textural style here. Pear, redcurrant, spice, strawberry and a little fennel and earthiness. Chalk dust, saline and strewn with dried herbs and orange peel, a blood orange tang, and a savoury finish of good length. Excellent.

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$68.00

Truly unique and not expected AT ALL from Viognier. A definite step up in the orange wine game. Cloudy in the glass. Has a rich nose of funky apricot; definitely feels very "natural". Ginger, lemongrass, some kumquat. Zippy palate with a blast of hops. Really rich texture and serious body. Mind-blowingly unique wine that will impress at every dinner table.

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$68.00

Durif is such a show-stopper at tastings. You can't put your finger on it, but it tastes damn good. Every. Single. Time. In the States it's known as Petite Sirah, the word "Petite" indicating the size of the berries that make this grape so distinct. But how did it end up in Australia? Durif was first planted in Australia in the Rutherglen region by pioneering Victorian viticulturalist Francois de Castella in 1908. It suits warmer and drier climates, so is a natural fit for a number of regions, including Kalleske's Barossa Valley.

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