Tomfoolery Young Blood Shiraz 2019
29.00 29.00 29.0 AUD
The old adage, "If youth only knew; if age only could" has been attributed to many great thinkers. With each passing generation, a legacy of wisdom is passed down from the old guard to the next crop, the gift of knowledge from those who know how, to those who can. The Young Blood Shiraz is our dedication to those who paved the way for you future, and our commitment to doing the same thing when the time comes.
Swinging Gate Pinot Noir 2020
36.00 36.00 36.0 AUD
Sonnen Rivers Pinot Syrah 2020
38.00 38.00 38.0 AUD
Somos Tintito 2020
32.00 32.00 32.0 AUD
Somos Cabernet Franc 2019
35.00 35.00 35.0 AUD
Leafy & Juicy

​SUB REGION: Willunga
VINEYARD: Slate Creek
WINEMAKING: A little vineyard in Willunga, picked in two waves, one early and herbaceous, one later for generosity, blended to make one complete wine. Wild fermented, pressed early to old oak and then bottled after 9 months.

Smallfry Jellyfish Shiraz 2020
36.00 36.00 36.0 AUD
Silent Noise G.S.Z. 2017
29.00 29.00 29.0 AUD
An awesome blend of Shiraz, Grenache and Zinfandel.
The noise from the glass is all about juicy red berry fruit and spice.
Vegan Friendly
Quiet Mutiny Syrah 2019
48.00 48.00 48.0 AUD
The Wine Front - 91 Points
Purple and youthful in the glass, this is a juicy and very drinkable Tassie Syrah. Plums, damsons, black olives, ripe black currants and blackberries on the nose with sweet spices like cinnamon and nutmeg joining in on the palate. Around 40% of the fruit has come from 46 year-old vines in the Derwent Valley, Tassie Syrah is not a new fad by any stretch. There’s a bit of wild ferment, a bit of whole bunch, 10 months of 20% new oak and a whole lot of fun. The supple tannins and fresh acidity balance really well with the dark fruits, garrigue, white pepper, pepper berry quince paste and inky violet flavours which make this an eminently smashable cool-climate Syrah.

Winsor Dobbin
Many Tasmanian vineyards are too cool for shiraz to ripen consistently but care and attention in the vineyard and some smart winemaking from Greer Carland have produced a very attractive young Derwent Valley Syrah that's full of the joys of youth and chock-a-block with spicy, peppery characters alongside some vibrant - and very varietal - fruit notes. This is a deliciously poised cool-climate red using a fair swag of older vine fruit. The juice spent 16 days on skins and was maturation in French oak (20% new) for just under 10 months. Medium-bodied with 13% abv, judiciously put together with soft red fruit flavours and supple tannins this is well worth seeking out for anyone who enjoys Tasmanian wines.

Mark Smith
Quiet Mutiny is an exciting project from Greer Carland, formerly of Winemaking Tasmania and now the deft maker of Laurel Bank wines in the Derwent Valley.

Born and raised there, Carland knows the district in intimate detail.

In making this very attractive, fruit-forward Shiraz (aka Syrah), grapes from 40-year-old vines have been given kid-glove treatment to showcase the juicy vibrancy the variety can show in favourable vintages.

Despite its deep, inky colour, the wine is eminently drinkable now, with delicious blackberry, blueberry and white pepper notes all playing in perfect harmony.

Quiet Mutiny Pinot Noir 2019
48.00 48.00 48.0 AUD
Winewise Tasmania Tasting - ★★★★★ (Top Pinot Noir!)
This is a powerful dark cherry Pinot Noir showing a caress of oak. It’s a wine of considerable depth, length and structure in the manner of a Côte de Nuits burgundy like Morey-St-Denis.

VinoNoteBook - 93 Points
I’m in luck here with a sneaky pre-release of the 2019 vintage. The 2018 is still currently available and offers excellent value.

Maraschino cherry, raspberry jube, lipstick, softer earthier influences of smoky beets tempered by roast walnut, stalky thyme, grated dark chocolate, rose petals and day-old orange peel. The palate initially supple and flowing before narrowing fine and tight. Scorched citrus rind, cherry flesh, tacky tannins, abundant youthful spice and a long herbal echo. Cognisant that this is a pre-release, my score reflects the here and now for a wine still maturing.

QWine - 94 Points
This is quite something. Exquisite. Elegant. I don't see as much Tasmanian wine as I'd like, but when little producers like this land on the doorstep, you get a sense the landscape needs far more exploration.

Sourced from the Coal River Valley, 17% whole bunches saw wild fermentation, 16 days on skins and just under 10 months in French oak (20% new).

Cedar caught my attention early but this blows off. Drenched with sour cherry and rhubarb, there are plenty of savoury autumnal feels driven by dried leaves and twiggy things. The bottle says it is velvety and its mouth feel is exactly that. Some blue fruits chime in late with time in the glass before a long finish laced with fine spices having the last word. Undoubted beauty.

Drink to five years+
Priory Ridge Pinot Noir 2018
39.00 39.00 39.0 AUD
This wine has a typical Burgundian nose; has plum and dark fruit flavours, balanced by velvety tannins and oak complexity; delivers textures & structure on the long persisting palate.
Following 18 months in French Oak barrels this wine has been bottled without fining and only minimum filtration. The slight peppery/spicy finish adds to the character of the wine.
Drink now or cellar to improve with age in the bottle.

14.4% ABV 8.9 Standard Drinks.
Mobbile Bruce Cabernet 2019
38.00 38.00 38.0 AUD
Liquid Rock 'N' Roll Nebbiolo 2016
28.00 28.00 28.0 AUD
Dolcetto
Swan HIll VIctoria
Alex Byrne and KIm Farrell
Bright,young drinking wine, intense vibrant colour
Fruit and spicy
Drink slightly chilled in a park
Kate Hill Huon Pinot Noir 2014
45.00 45.00 45.0 AUD
Hurly Burly Cabernet Franc 2018
45.00 45.00 45.0 AUD
East coast Tasmania
Naturally spicy and bolshy, plenty of intensity and length in the style of Bordeaux
Hughes and Hughes Dornfelder
35.00 35.00 35.0 AUD
Product Description
This dornfelder is from a single vineyard in the north west, predominantly whole berry, 5% whole bunch, natural yeast, pressed to and matured in oak. Bottled unfined and unfiltered.

Tasting Notes
Intense deep colour. Aromatics of rich blackberries and anise. Dusty mouth-filling tannins, precise acidity.

Vintage
2019
Hughes & Hughes Solstice 2020
32.00 32.00 32.0 AUD
Product Description
Fruit from White Rock vineyard in the North West, picked between 11 and 11.5 baume. A novello red made from Dornfelder (50%), Pinot noir (25%), Riesling (15%), and Chardonnay (10%). Co-fermented with one third whole bunch Dornfelder on top of whole berries. Bottled unfined, unfiltered with no added sulphur. Alc 12.5%

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Tasting Notes
Aromas of blackberries, wild strawberries, cranberries and florals. Soft tannins, bright acid and mouth filling juicy fruits make for a nourish wine that will suit a light chill.

Vintage
2020
Hughes & Hughes Pinot Noir 2020
35.00 35.00 35.0 AUD
Fruit from vineyards in the Coal River, Derwent and Tamar Valleys, the North West and the d’Entrecasteaux Channel. Predominantly whole berry, 12% whole bunch including a carbonic component, natural yeast, held on skins for 16-21 days. Pressed directly to and matured in oak (5% new). Bottled unfined and unfiltered.
Clarence House Estate Reserve Tempranillo 2018
38.00 38.00 38.0 AUD
Typical flavour and bouquet of this Spanish variety. Aged in French Oak for 18 months and has the complexity associated with the tempranillo in a good year.
This wine will accompany most meats and can be drunk early or kept for up to ten years.
Clarence House Estate Reserve Cabernet Merlot 2017
38.00 38.00 38.0 AUD
Coal river valley
Great year for reds here in Tasmania. Super ripe fruit, aged in oak 20 months.
Juicy + fruity, supple tannins.
Drinkable early but could be kept for 10 years.