Cellar Reserve List

Please note that stock on this list is limited and vintages may vary

Grosset Polish Hill Riesling 2010
Clare Valley, SA
96 points James Halliday
Australia’s Best Riesling
Bright straw-green; the bouquet is perfumed and complex, with citrus blossom and a subliminal touch of honeysuckle, the palate flowing on logically and serenely, the balance and aftertaste perfect

Moss Wood Chardonnay 2011
Margaret River, WA
More traditional than some of Margaret River’s current chardonnays, this opens with toffee, melon, citrus and nutty barrel-fermented aromas of richness and substance. It tastes full and ripe with a smooth middle and a long, dry finish

Pierro Chardonnay 2012
Margaret River, WA
94 points James Halliday
This wine has toasty butterscotch and peach aromas, a rich, complex palate complemented by firm oak and fresh acidity resulting in a dry crisp finish. One of WA’s best Chardonnays

Frankland Estate Olmo’s Reward 2008
Franklin River, WA
89 points James Halliday
This wine is a complex blend of 100% estate grown fruit from Isolation Ridge vineyard comprising mainly Merlot (51%) and Cabernet Franc (43%), with smaller portions of Cabernet Sauvignon (5%) and Malbec (1%)

St Hallet Old Block Shiraz 2008
Barossa and Edan Valley, SA
92 points James Halliday
The raspberry and briary flavours are lengthened by supple and seamless tannins to form an elegant yet restrained wine from 60-100 year old vines

Elderton Commander – Single Vineyard Shiraz 2008
Barossa Valley, SA
97 points Robert Parker
A classic and renowned Shiraz from the Barossa. Commander is made in the Elderton tradition of 34 months in American and French oak and more than one year bottle maturation, which gives the wine complexity and immense depth of flavour. The late Neil Ashmead once quoted that “the only problem with Elderton wines is that they have too much flavour”

Henschke Mount Edelstone 2006/08
Edan Valley, SA
94 points James Halliday
90 year old ungrafted dry-grown vines. Elegant and medium bodied, with marked spice, pepper and savoury components on both the bouquet and palate; core of red and black fruits, length and maturity of tannins unique to old vine Shiraz

Sandalford Prendiville – Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
Margaret River, SA
96 points James Halliday
Shows the additional oak impact of 24 months in new French oak, superior fruit, classic cassis and blackcurrant fruit plus balance and fully integrated tannins

Sandalford Prendiville Estate Shiraz 2009
Margaret River, WA
98 points Ray Jordan
‘Wine of the Year’, ‘Shiraz of the Year’ & ‘Red Wine of the Year’

real mouth filling wine with the savoury fruit notes carrying through and the unmistakable flavour of vanillin from the French oak maturation coming through on the finish. A spicy wine which will only improve with age

Cyril Henschke – Cabernet Sauvignon 2007
Edan Valley, SA
95 points James Halliday
High quality wine, from 87% Cabernet Sauvignon and 13% Merlot, blackcurrant and cassis fruit leads both bouquet and palate, fine tannins and cedary oak add layers off mouthfeel

Henschke Hill of Grace 2004/2005
Edan Valley, SA
2004 – 97 points James Halliday
2005 – 96 points James Halliday

It is a glorious expression of Shiraz with its perfumed mix of herbs and spices. Such complexity, style and elegance, plus the sweet plum and blackberry sprinkled with a mix of extraordinary multi-layered flavours set this wine apart

Henschke Hill of Grace 2006
Edan Valley, SA
97+ points James Halliday
One of the best

Tatachilla Foundation Shiraz 2006
McLaren Valley, SA
95 points James Halliday
Aged in French oak for 18 months, exhibits rich complexity and fruit concentration with underlying layers of intense blackberries and hits of cinnamon, display notes of licorice and plums, finishing with a smooth velvety mouthfeel

Petaluma Coonawarra 2010
Adelaide Hills, SA
94 points James Halliday
A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (48%), Merlot (37%) with smaller contributions of Shiraz (10%) and Malbec (5%). The wine is typical Petaluma style, refined and silky

Moss Wood Margaret River – Cabernet Sauvignon 2010
Margaret River, WA
95 points James Halliday
Classic, curiously, the grip is more evident on entry than on the finish and aftertaste, thanks to superfine tannins