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94 points James Halliday: "Although the alcohol is the same, this has more power, depth and drive than its Barossa Valley counterpart, which momentarily suggests higher alcohol. It's not, but it certainly needs more time, and will repay the patient in spades." (05/2017) 92 points Wine & Spirits: "Peter Leske is the winemaker on the ground for Thistledown, working with UK-based MWs Giles Cook and Fergal Tynan, who founded the firm to explore old-vine grenache in South Australia. The Vagabond comes from a vineyard in Blewitt Springs where 70-year-old bus...
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92 points James Halliday: "Red berried fruits, bright and lively, swoosh through the palate, engaging as they go. It's not complex but it's effective. Dry spice, florals and swirls of anise take the idea and run with it. It's not heavy but it's insistent." (09/2016)
Price: $14.99

94 points James Halliday: "Light, bright crimson; the inclusion of 9% grenache from McLaren Vale has worked very well, for there's a touch more structure and spine than many Barossa Valley grenaches at this price. The red fruits that are the heart and soul of this wine are delicious." (05/2017) 90 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine offers a perfumed nose of ripe strawberry, cherry and blueberry fruit, with additional notes of herbs and black peppery. The palate brings bright fruit backed by soft, sandy tannins." (04/2019)
Price: $14.99


96 points James Suckling: "This has such attractive and pure, fresh-raspberry, red-cherry and red-plum aromas with some subtle spice and dried-wood notes. The palate has a succulent, juicy and energetic feel with mouthwateringly fresh red-berry flavors. So tautly focused and approachable yet resilient tannins." (06/2020)
Price: $39.99

92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "(Tasted with same score in 2002, the following review reflects a tasting in 02/1998) Two of the most decadent wines made on planet Earth are the limited production (about 900 cases of each) of Old Vine Grenache. In 1996, there are three offerings, but I only tasted two, the Blewitt Springs and Kangarilla Vineyard. The opaque blue/black-colored 1996 Old Vine Grenache Blewitt Springs offers a blackberry, cassis, and peppery-scented nose. Explosively sweet black fruit hits the palate with considerable weight and un...
Price: $49.99

95 points Wine Enthusiast: "2017 was a comparatively cool vintage, which has ramped up the elegance and freshness factor on Yangarra’s most premium and renowned wine. Compared with the raw beauty and pure joy of the Ovitelli Grenache (which is half the price), this is a more polished wine, set for time in the cellar but also drinking beautifully now. The floral characteristics shine along side brambly fruit and soft savory, mineral aromas. The palate is open knit, with juicy berries washing over the tongue, followed by a tug of highly textural an...
Price: $99.99


93 points James Suckling: "Very attractive and fresh wild raspberries and pomegranates with orange rind and licorice. The palate has immense tannin detail and is also super approachable." (06/2019) 92 points James Halliday: "Basso never fails to please. It's a cheery, juicy, lighter-framed wine with squishy raspberries and sweet wild strawberries with an interplay of grainy tannins; then add a savoury infusion. In hip bars, it's called totally smashable." (09/2020)
Price: $24.99

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2002-2003 Noon Langhorne Creek South Australia Tasting Lot, including 2-bottles of 2002 Noon "Reserve" Shiraz Langhorne Creek South Australia (99RP, 92WE) and 2-bottles of 2003 Noon "Eclipse" Grenache Langhorne Creek South Australia (94RP, 91WE). Of the 2002 Noon "Reserve" Shiraz Langhorne Creek South Australia,Robert Parker's Wine Advocate writes: "Flirting with perfection, the blue/purple-colored 2002 Shiraz Reserve is a 300-case cuvee produced from 40-year-old vines that was aged in a combination of small and large oak. Along with a texture reminiscent of motor oil, this full-bodied, remarkably intense Shiraz possesses great purity and richness as well as a broad palate. As concentrated as Shiraz can get, it is also impeccably well-balanced, elegant, and bursting with personality/soul. It is the kind of wine that is hard to duplicate anywhere else in the world. It is good to see certain winemakers refuse to put the brakes on when producing something of th
Starting Bid: $230.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of Assorted Noon "Solaire Reserve" Grenache McLaren Vale South Australia (500ml) Tasting Lot, including 1-bottle of 1998 Noon "Solaire Reserve" Grenache McLaren Vale South Australia (500ml), 1-bottle of 1999 Noon "Solaire Reserve" Grenache McLaren Vale South Australia (500ml), 1-bottle of 2002 Noon "Solaire Reserve" Grenache McLaren Vale South Australia (500ml), and 1-bottle of 2004 Noon "Solaire Reserve" Grenache McLaren Vale South Australia (500ml). Of the 1998 Noon "Solaire Reserve" Grenache McLaren Vale South Australia (500ml),The Noon’s winery is literally built into an old garage. It is like a rare gem where every facet is polished to a fine edge. The winery itself is small, consisting of a tasting room, a kitchen/lab, a barrel-filled aging room and another room that holds the huge blending tanks that were purchased back in the 1950s by Drew Noon's father. If you stand at the winery door facing outwards, the block of vineyard immediately in front of you w
Starting Bid: $80.00

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