Wine from Australia
Pays homage to the wine presses that the first European settlers took with them to Oz.
The name for this refers to the fact that 1788 was the year the first vines were shipped to Oz.
Opulent, caressing wine that takes its inspiration from the great reds of France's northern Rhône.
Voluptuous white from the pretty uplands north of South Australia's capital, Adelaide.
Easy drinking Shiraz-blend from one of Australia's most favourable areas for grape growing.
A great-value blend of Sauvignon and Verdelho that has tropical flavours and a refreshing finish.
Johnny Quarisa is known for making solid, no-nonsense Aussie reds like this one.
Good honest everyday Chardie from one of the best at the style, John Quarisa.
Uncomplicated, zesty, hugely-enjoyable Sauvignon from the well-respected Quarisa family.
A supple blend of two French grapes that marry together perfectly to give a balanced, ripe white.
The great Australian blend of Shiraz & Cabernet Sauvignon with a splash of Malbec.
A cool and bracing Bordeaux blend that shows lovely grassy, citrusy flavours and a crisp, dry finish...
Enjoyable Pinot from warm vineyards in the Murray Darling region - smooth, silky and yummy!
A very exotic rendition of the classic Shiraz-Viognier style that is drinking perfectly right now.
Flamboyant un-oaked Shiraz from the Limestone Coast - you'd "run away" with it!
Coonawarra is arguably Australia's finest region for Cabernet Sauvignon and Bordeaux blends.
McLaren Vale Shiraz is about as big as it gets in wine - a real stunner here from Quarisa.
Adelaide Hills is mainland Australia's top region for cool-climate varieties like Sauvignon Blanc.
Classic, generous Aussie Shiraz from Langhorne Creek, a region famed for producing succulent, soft r...
In Australia, Malbec is rarely seen as a varietal wine, however, this is Bleasdale's signature grape...