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97 points James Halliday: "All P58 clone from the 1980 and 1982 plantings. Whole-bunch pressed to 500L puncheons (about 20% new). Another captivating Oakridge Chardonnay, this has scents of ripe stone fruits, a little yellow plum even and a hint of oyster shell. There's wonderful depth and intensity on the mid-palate and the wine finishes taut, saline and long. While you'll no doubt enjoy drinking this now, it’s worth giving this some time to fully come together and open up. Made with the same attention to detail as Oakridge's flagship 864 Chardonnay, th...
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91 points Wine Spectator: "There's an appealing fleshy structure to this red, with toothsome notes of plum, black cherry and raspberry puree that show details of black pepper, black tea and forrest floor aromatics on the long finish. (MW)" (02/2024)
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95 points Decanter: "Rapturous waxy lemon, candied orange and greengage aromas are embraced by a sphere of toasted brioche and cashew nut with a creamed honey texture and gorgeous mineral finish." (06/2024) 95 points James Halliday: "A long-time champion of marsanne, Tahbilk celebrates both its youthful energy and its aged beauty across a range of wines. Here we see the latter in all of its near-ageless allure, maintaining the honeysuckle, citrus, appley brightness of its youth while starting to build on its earlier promise of beeswax smooth texture wi...
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93 points Decanter: "An incredible Shiraz – sour, peppery and amazingly aromatic with a green peppercorn note atop ridiculously ripe fruit. Crunchy tannins form the perfect platform on which the glorious blackberry, liquorice, rhubarb and cherry notes cavort. 70% of this wine is estate fruit, so that goes some way to explaining why this has such an elite flavour. (MJ)" (09/2023) 93 points James Halliday: "Mostly (83%) Grampians fruit, though there are contributions from Heathcote, Swan Hill and Bendigo. This wine is often a happy hunting ground for val...
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "From the granite soils and cool climates of the Grampians mountains, this baby brother to Langi's premium Shiraz provides excellent value. Highly peppery from first sniff, it also offers fresh red and black berry fruit underpinned by tar, eucalyptus and a touch of vanillin oak. There's juicy, satiny succulence to the midweight palate. Pure, firm, fresh and balanced, this is just what Aussie Syrah should be. *Editors' Choice* (CP)" (07/2023) 92 points Vinous: "Bright ruby. Spice-tinged dark berry liqueur, cola, mocha and flor...
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95 points James Halliday: "Blended from wines aged for a decade or more in oak (up to 15 years). Fabulous concentration here, as per the house style, while also establishing real elegance and spirit freshness. It's a fine balance to achieve and it's quite effortless in nougat, orange peel, raisin freshness with dark chocolate and creamy caramels. Long, unwavering finish. *Gold* (JP) " (08/2022)
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Warm with orange and spice notes, this gin is earthy and woodsy, finishing with a hint of bitter orange peel. Mix this mouthwatering gin made in Australia's Yarra Valley into Negronis and other bold-flavored cocktails. (KN)" (08/2017) K&L Notes: The pride of Australia is now available here at K&L! After sweeping Double Gold at the San Francisco Spirits competition and wowing serious fans of gin around the world, Four Pillars is bringing its incredible gins from down under to the U.S. Utilizing "four pillars" of success (qual...
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The pride of Australia is now available here at K&L! After sweeping Double Gold at the San Francisco Spirits competition and wowing serious fans of gin around the world, Four Pillars is bringing its incredible gins from Down Under to the U.S. Utilizing "four pillars" of success (quality German copper stills, pure Yarra Valley water, unique Australian botanicals, and love, of course), the team of Aussies has created what we think are the best portfolio of high-quality, serious gins we've ever tasted. At a whopping 58.8%, the Navy Strength gin is a bold an...
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Mild lemongrass and pine aromas lead the nose. The palate treads lightly with mild lemon and lime. Fleeting lemon-sugar sweetness winds into a fiery pink peppercorn exhale. Botanicals include yuzu, ginger, turmeric and sencha genmaicha (Japanese green tea with roasted brown rice).(KN)" (03/2023) K&L Notes: Four Pillars is not new to most K&L customers. If you ask for a gin recommendation in any of our stores, you're likely to hear a staff member enthusiastically recommend you try one of their many gins. The flagship product...
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95 points James Halliday: "1927 Vines is fine example of the amazing versatility of the marsanne grape. It is probably its purest expression, capturing its essential beauty early and then allowing bottle age to bring complexity. From 2016 we see lovely florals emerging on the bouquet, showing signature honeysuckle, grilled grapefruit and almond development. Belies its age with a youthful energy and drive across the palate, lively acidity matched by a soft texture. By no means at its peak." (05/2022)
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95 points James Halliday: "Sports the prettiest musk-pink colour, but don't assume this is a particularly sweet or lightweight rosé. It's anything but. Fresh, crunchy acidity provides the basis for a display of striking fruit intensity: cherry, cranberry, acacia, pepper, spice. A light spray of juicy sweet fruit brings added succulence and length. Seriously good rosé, whatever the occasion." (11/2022) 92 points Wine Advocate: "The 2022 Grenache Mourvédre Rosé Is lovely. It’s delicious every year. With freshness and clarity of fruit, it's not hugely com...
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96 points James Halliday: "here’s no denying it, this is a beautiful and elegant syrah that says ‘cool climate’ rather than Heathcote, partly thanks to a cooler growing season. It’s heady, floral and light, full of red fruits, exotic spices and cracked white pepper with pomegranate tang to the acidity. Only just medium bodied, but it packs in lots of flavour and complexity with silky tannins and superb length." (07/2023)
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95 points Decanter: "Bright, crisp, tangy and black fruited (yes, black!), this is a delicious, lively and deceptively powerful wine. It has the same shape, style and minerality of a modern Monthélie, with herbs, spices and a fair old dollop of flashy oak. Peninsula still represents some of the most compelling value for money in the world if you are, like me, obsessed with the Pinot Noir grape. (MJ) " (09/2023) 91 points James Suckling: "How good is this for the price! Juicy, aromatic, vibrant and punchy. A mull of bing cherry, orange rind and clove. M...
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The very best in savory gin. If you're a martini lover - this gin cannot be beat. It makes an incredible Martini in any style: classic, dry, dirty, whatever your'e into, this should do the trick. Made with the highest quality olive oil and leaf from Cobram Estate in Victoria, Australia.
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96 points James Halliday: "Made from two parcels, the early-picked parcel made with 40% whole bunches. The second, riper parcel was fully destemmed. Matured in seasoned oak for 10 months and bottled unfined and unfiltered. Deep ruby red. Vibrant and focused on the nose with an array of red and blue fruits, violets and mountain herbs. Medium bodied and plush, this delicious and energetic wine is framed by silky, very persistent tannins and juicy acidity. A thoughtful and well-put-together wine." (07/2023) K&L Notes: "Mac Forbes cut his teeth at Mount Ma...
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98 points James Halliday: "A classic blend of 70% cabernet sauvignon, 18% merlot, 8% malbec and 4% petit verdot. Hand-picked and sorted, crushed and destemmed, open-fermented, on skins for up to a month, matured for 12 months in French oak (35% new). This is the serious side of '17. The aromas and flavours are still fresh and vibrant, but the palate, in particular, brooks no argument: this is a wine for protracted cellaring to allow the whipcord-tight structure to relax its grip. *Gold*" (06/2021) 97 points James Suckling: "This is complex and very ric...
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96 points James Halliday: "The youthful colour, the flavours, tannins and acidity all come from a small sandy rise immune to the ravages of phylloxera. The inclusion of a small amount of new French oak has lifted the opening stanza, and the vintage conditions were considered to be among the best for many years. Its value cannot be adequately measured in points. *Gold*" (07/2012)
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92 points Bob Campbell: "Medium-full red-purple colours, the bouquet reserved and shy, but also detailed and more than simple grapy fruit aromas. A note of underbrush. There is medium intensity in the mouth, backed by fine, savoury, positive tannins. The aftertaste is long and leaves a drying sensation. Excellent value. (Huon Hooke, The Real Review)" (12/2022) 91 points James Suckling: "A mid-weighted pinot of an easy-going swagger, stuffed with glazed cherry, mulch and medicinal hints of sassafras and root spice. The tannins, nicely tactile for an ope...
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It took a year longer than they thought it would, but after labeling conflicts with the TTB and a bit of arguing over what exactly the Bloody Shiraz gin was (a liqueur? a sloe gin?), they finally settled on "flavored" and got the darn bottles onto American soil. Perhaps the single most delicious spirit made by Four Pillars, the Bloody Shiraz is finally on our shelf and ready for you to consume it all! Four Pillars is located in Australia's Yarra Valley, one of the centers of serious wine production in the country. Every year during harvest time, the guys...
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96 points James Suckling: "A rich and layered blend of 75% cabernet sauvignon and 25% malbec, this red shows a lovely softness and balance with rich, plummy aromas and flavors, as well as currants and spices. Cedar, too. Full body. Round tannins." (05/2019) 96 points Wine Advocate: "Sarah Crowe, and Yarra Yering specifically, is the safest bet you'll make all year. These wines are sublime (silly word, but it's the only one that properly encapsulates the style): alive, bright, shapely, long, elegant, of place, and most importantly, delicious. All of tha...
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92 points James Halliday: "A serious, young Nagambie Lakes cabernet from a region more noted for its shiraz. Blackberry, dark plum,, bracken and spice introduce a warm-hearted red with impressive regional earth and medium-bodied credentials set against a frame of fine tannins. Boasts cabernet's firm structure and a generous addition of woodsy spice and oak." (08/2022)
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93 points James Halliday: "Crushed and destemmed fruit, fermented with cultured yeast and matured 18 months in French (5–10% new) and American oak. A warm, dry, compressed season that in many ways is just made for the shiraz grape. The '19 boasts a bright spring in its step, that hopefully continues for some time. A bold, sunny wine with a core of dense choc-berry fruit flavours and scents, briar, bush mint, earth, toast and graphite. Supple and warm-hearted with a lasting generosity, you can easily miss the tannic tension at play." (08/2021)
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97 points James Halliday: "Granitic DNA defines this mid-weighted syrah. Of a mineral grind, flirtatious and energetic of ambition and crunch, this is iodine cloaked in dried seaweed and umami; blueberry, tapenade, charcuterie and sour cherry sass. Of an impeccably detailed weave of transparent acidity and moreish tannins-firm without grate-this flows long and juicy. Among the country's exemplary cool climate syrah, this is revelry and sophistication all at once. *Gold* (JH) " (07/2021)
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