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This month we are featuring wines from Australia, the world’s fifth largest exporter of wine, exporting about 60% of it’s annual 1.3 billion litres produced.
Australian wines are known for their value and quality, and are produced in all six states, namely New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia, and Tasmania.
South Australia alone produces more than half of all the country’s wine and the city of Adelaide is regarded as the wine capital of the country.
Let’s check out the top 9 wines from South Australia!
Chain of Ponds Adelaide Hills Morning Star Pinot Noir 2018
The name of a town in the Adelaide Hills, Chain of Ponds is also a highly regarded winery. As soon as you nose this wine, you’ll realize that it’s unmistakably and seductively a Pinot! Ripe raspberry/sour cherry fruit that, on the palate, is very persistent, elegant with a hint of star anise spice on the finish. The silky tannins and vibrancy of the fruit are remarkable. This outstanding single vineyard Pinot Noir is irresistible on its own, enjoyed alongside your favourite piece of music.
Pairing: Duck, lamb, and mushroom dishes
Chain of Ponds Adelaide Hills The Ledge Shiraz 2018
Gold Medal winner of Australia’s Wine Showcase Magazine
Floral on the nose with a suggestion of dried rose petals. The blackcurrant/blackberry fruit is framed by ripe tannins and freshness. Decant this medium-plus bodied Shiraz for 15 minutes before enjoying it.
Pairing: Chicken, lamb, and beef.
Chain of Ponds Adelaide Hills Amadeus Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
Presumably, “Amadeus” refers to Mozart. The 2017 vintage earned Chain of Ponds the “Adelaide Hills Cabernet Sauvignon Winery of the Year” in 2019. Blackcurrants, a hint of mint, and tobacco held by a backbone of tannins. Decant for 30 minutes before drinking.
Pairing: Roast pork, chicken, lamb, beef and steaks.
Hardy’s Tintara McLaren Vale Shiraz 2019
Purchased 145 years ago in 1876 by Thomas Hardy, Tintara is one of the most famous wineries in McLaren Vale. Medium-plus bodied, smoky, and blueberry fruit with firm tannins and freshness.
Pairing: Pork and chicken dishes whether stir-fried, roasted, or baked
Hardy’s Tintara McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon 2019
A Cabernet Sauvignon that may have you thinking Syrah of the Northern Rhone; that’s how good this wine is. Floral on the nose including violets and dark cherry fruit with a smoky, liquorice aspect. The ripe tannins come with a little grip on the finish. Fruit, structure, and roundness of freshness in wonderful harmony. About full-bodied, decant for 15 minutes to enjoy.
This bottle is sealed with a cork – unusual for an Australian wine.
Pairing: Roast belly pork, lamb and beef
Angas & Bremer Langhorne Creek Shiraz 2017
A very fruity – blackcurrants and plums – wine, Angas & Bremer Shiraz will please wine lovers who hanker for a full-bodied red to enjoy on its own. The 14.8% alcohol and ripeness of the fruit ensure that the tannins are soft and smooth.
Pairing: With meats including beef, lamb, mutton and casseroles
Angas & Bremer Langhorne Creek Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
Another big red for big people. Ripe, rich, supple blackcurrant cassis fruit with equally sumptuous tannins. The sweetness and fruitiness is married by the equally rich 14.8% alcohol. Enjoyable on its own after decanting for 15 minutes.
Pairing: Steaks, beef dishes, lamb, mutton and casseroles
Grand Burge Ink Barossa Shiraz 2018
“Ink” is an appropriate description for this Barossa red because apart from the deep dark purple/blue/red colour, the full-bodied, unabashed fruitiness is also inky – plums, cherries and dark chocolate. Enjoyable on its own.
Pairing: Roast meats including beef, lamb and mutton
Château Reysson Haut-Médoc 2014
Origin: Haut-Médoc in Bordeaux, France
• Stunning dark ruby in appearance
• Blackberries & black cherries bouquet
• Highly concentrated with unctuous tannins
• Soft but grows in stature
• Finishes with lovely toastiness of oak
Clos Des Los Siete 2017
Origin: Valle de Uco, Vistaflores and Canton de Tunuyàn in Argentina
• Deep red with purple glints of a Malbec
• Aromatic nose of fruit & spice
• Ripe & silky tannins
• Full-bodied & fresh
• Well-balanced in structure
Inglenook Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
Origin: Rutherford in Napa Valley, USA
• Medium to deep garnet-purple
• Focused ripe black cherry and blackberry aromas
• Superbly balanced
• Fine-grained with polished tannins
• Oaky with lingering finish
Le Petit Clos 2015
Origin: Apalta Valley in Valle de Colchagua, Chile
• Intense and deep ruby red with purple & cherry edges
• Complex and expressive with black & red fruit aromas
• Silky and elegant
• Persistent tannins with remarkable acidity
• Good volume with long finish
Château Grand Barrail Lamarzelle Figeac 2015
Origin: Saint-Émilion Grand Cru, France
• Very deep ruby-red in appearance
• Complex aromas of violets, red berry fruits & liquorice
• Fine-grained with silky tannins
• Has a lovely structure for mouthfeel
• Perfect balance of fruit & intensity
Château Lascombes 2016
Origin: Margaux in Bordeaux, France
• Dark with good depth of colour
• Has aromas of black and red fruits with espresso
• Concentrated and lush
• Ripe, rich, oaky & smoky
• Has a long finish
Château Le Boscq 2014
Origin: Saint-Estèphe in Bordeaux, France
• Deep, dark ruby in appearance
• Hints of sweet spices, white pepper & dark fruits
• Concentrated, silky tannins
• Ripe Cabernet-sauvignon backed by juicy Merlot fruit
• Culminates in a savoury finish
Château Marsau 2016
Origin: Francs Côtes de Bordeaux, France
• Deep, rich colour
• Nose of black fruit & menthol
• Supple & fluid core of ripe dark plums
• Polished & compressed bed of tannins
• Great depth & drive through the finish
Château Belgrave 2015
Origin: Haut-Médoc in Bordeaux, France
• Lovely deep & concentrated appearance
• Dark berry aromas mixed with spice & liquorice
• Initially delicate on the palate with increasing intensity
• Rich & flavoursome mouthfeel
• Culminates in a long, lingering & racy finish
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Deep garnet red
Dark fruit with a hint of mint
Juicy, round and ripe. Lighter-framed but fine ripe tannins.
Perfect with red meats or lamb chop
Casillero del Diablo
Deep and intense ruby red
Gorgeous and lovely bright cherry, blackcurrant and dark plum with toasted oak.
Medium bodied with silky tannins. Long ripe fruit and berry aftertaste with impressive balance of fruit.
Red meats, spicy dishes and ripe cheeses like Gruyere or blue cheese
Casillero del Diablo
Intense red purple
Lovely bright cherries accompanied by licorices, complemented by subtle touches of vanilla and toffee given by the American barrels.
Silky from the the beginning with elegant and balanced finish. Medium bodied and fresh black fruit makes this wine balanced and pleasant.
Italian cuisine that is not spicy and rich in tomato sauce. White meat garnished with creamy sauces and/or soft cheeses.
Casillero del Diablo
Beautiful and attractive dark and deep purple
Elegant with fresh fruit of black cherries and ripe blackberries is well integrated with the wood. Spices, cedar and chocolate notes plus a lightly toasted hint.
Full and round bodied strikes a nice balance between fruit and toasted notes from the wood. Soft and sweet tannins finishing with lively acidity balanced the intense range of flavours.
Perfect with red meats and different types of cheeses such as gouda or blue cheese.
Casillero del Diablo
Intense and deep purple red colour
Very expressive fruit with outstanding mature berries, forest fruit joined with delicate hints of coffee and toast coming from the barrels
Notes of plums, blackberries and spicy touches. Polished tannins with a long and medium body at the end.
Game meat garnished with sweet and sour sauces and berries
Cherry blossom and green tea provide a floral and sweet aroma.
Complex, multi layered, yet harmonious flavour of various botanicals. Traditional gin taste in the base, plus characteristic Japanese botanical notes with yuzu as the top note. Smooth and silky texture.
The crisp Japanese sansho pepper brings a little spiciness to the finish.
*Not applicable for JWC 8% discount*
Available at selected FairPrice Finest stores*:
Deep garnet purple colour
Stewed plums, sautéed herbs, baked black cherries and mulberries with wafts of fallen leaves and unsmoked cigars.
Medium to full-bodied, the palate delivers loads of savoury-laced black fruit preserves, with a chewy texture and earthy finish.
Complements red meats very well.
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Soft and delicate with a fresh and milky flavour. Made from pasteurised cow’s milk, this cheese is perfect for light wine.
Smooth and creamy heart with a natural white rind. Perfect with red wine of the Bourgogne or Bordeaux type.
This soft cow’s milk cheese from the Loire was first made at the beginning of the 20th century by a certain Monsieur Rouy. The rind is washed in brine and becomes moist and golden in colour. The soft strong aroma is reflected in the taste. Delicious with walnut bread or rye bread, its orange colour will bring happiness to your cheese board.
Perfect for both red and white wines.
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