20th July 2006 Update

The website is now up to date with all the latest vintages and tasting notes. Hooray! The catalogue has also been updated.

The great news is that we have around 20 totally new wines, with some really worth getting excited about. The Rees Miller range offers fantastic quality elegant wines, and with the price in the low twenties it’s a range not to be missed. Also a wine that after trying one bottle I’m very excited about is the Bunn 2003 Shiraz. It spends 30 months in oak and it’s rich and delicious. And guess what? It’s no added preservative. For New Zealand fans we now have the Holmes range, which includes the Richmond Plains label.

For those of you who’ve discovered the wonderful Coates McLaren Vale Shiraz, you might want to try the Hans Heysen 2003 Shiraz. It’s from the same organic vineyard and made by the same winemaker, the skilful hands of Duane Coates, and a few dollars cheaper.

Other wineries new to our list:
Louis-Laval - Broke Fordwich, Hunter Valley
Retief - Gundagai, New South Wales