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Such is the size of Australia and the size of its wine industry, it can quite easily viewed as an amalgamation of all the different grape varieties and styles of wine of Europe. After all the original vineyards of Australia were in the main set up by experienced wine growers who emigrated to Australia from the different wine growing countries within Europe. Wine is produced in every Australian State and throughout this large continent there are more than fifty designated wine regions, all contributing to the fact that Australia is the World's fourth largest exporter of wine and fortified wine combined.

Adam and Eve forgot Australia since it has no natural grapes of its own and todays most popular grape varieties (which the majority of originated from Europe in the late 18th and early 19th centuries) are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Riesling. Pinot Noir is trying its best to establish a presence, but competing with the high quality Pinot Noir wines from the perfect soil and climate conditions of New Zealand's South Island is proving very difficult.

Australian wines, especially the reds have made enormous strides forward on the quality front over the last thirty years or so. The richness, depth of flavour, complexity with the capability of long cellaring have all contributed to Australia's ability to command similar high prices to the top growths of France Italy and Spain. A good example being "Penfold's Grange." The white wines of Australia seem to be dominated by the chardonnay grape. The conditions in many parts of Australia for producing this wine are ideal and is reflected in the very large volumes of easy drinking produced, as well as top of the range chardonnay wines for special occasions.

The following are the most important and well known wine regions of Australia and Alexander Hadleigh wine Merchants, Southampton, Hampshire, UK maintain a very large selection of wines from each region for sale online or at our Southampton shop: Barossa Valley wines, Clare Valley Wines, Hunter Valley Wines, South and South Eastern Australia Wines, McLaren Vale Wines, Rutherglen Wines, Victoria Wines, Yarra Valley Wines, Coonawarra Wines, Western Australia and Margaret River Wines and Tasmania Wines.

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Grosset Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir, 2016


Jeffrey Grosset established his winery in 1981 in the historic township of Auburn,Clare Valley, 100 kilometres north of Adelaide. The winery is stylish and functional and reflects the attention to detail that extends to the Grosset estate-owned vineyards and winemaking. Jeff is best known for his iconic Rieslings, and he has almost single-handedly been responsible for the renaissance of Clare Valley Riesling. By combining a disciplined approach and decades of experience, Grosset consistently achieves the purest expression of variety and place.

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750ml £42.79

Dandelion Vineyards "Red Queen of the Eden Valley" Shiraz, 2013


Dandelion vineyards is the venture of Zar Brooks, his wife Elena and growers Carl Lindner and Brad Rey, with wines made from the Barossa and Eden Valleys, Fleurieu and McLaren Vale. Nick Stock, one of Australia\'s leading journalists, has described Dandelion as follows: \'Brooks has teamed up with his winemaking wife Elena, a woman whose talents are outweighed only by her tolerance, in an exciting new venture called Dandelion Vineyards. . The approach is remarkably simple and sees Elena making wine from a suite of beautiful old vineyards identified by Carl Lindner and Brad Rey across that blessed curve that runs from the Barossa, up through the Eden Valley and Adelaide Hills and down into McLaren Vale.\'

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750ml £42.85

L.A.S. Vino Margaret River The Pirate Blend, 2016


LAS Vino is the creation of Nic Peterkin, son of Mike Peterkin of Pierro winery and Shelley Cullen, Vanya Cullen\'s sister. LAS refers to the Luck of the weather,the Art of creating and the Science that underpins this creativity. The result is a small quantity of high quality, hand-made wines. The packaging is as impressive as the wine: bottled in dark French glass, closed under Vinolok and sealed with wax, it is finish with the striking, hand drawn labels. The wines fulfil Nic\'s stated aim: to make interesting wines with minimum intervention but within the bounds of science.

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750ml £43.52

Jane Eyre Gippsland Pinot Noir, 2017


Jane first made wines under this label in Australia in 2012, when she made three barrels of a Pinot from Mornington.In 2015, she finally had enough wine to export.Australian journalist Nick Stock has said of Jane that she “is a thoughtful and determined winemaker, with clear ideas about the style of Pinot Noir she likes. She prizes fragrance and delicacy over artefact and ripeness…”

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750ml £43.76

L.A.S. Vino Margaret River Chardonnay, 2017


LAS Vino is the creation of Nic Peterkin, son of Mike Peterkin of Pierro winery and Shelley Cullen, Vanya Cullen\'s sister. LAS refers to the Luck of the weather,the Art of creating and the Science that underpins this creativity. The result is a small quantity of high quality, hand-made wines. The packaging is as impressive as the wine: bottled in dark French glass, closed under Vinolok and sealed with wax, it is finish with the striking, hand drawn labels. The wines fulfil Nic\'s stated aim: to make interesting wines with minimum intervention but within the bounds of science.

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750ml £44.95

Campbells Grand Rutherglen Muscat,


Campbells Grand Rutherglen Muscat is a rich, deep brown colour. There is a bouquet of complex raisined fruit characters, coffee bean, dark chocolate and a distinct ‘aged oak’ lift. An incredible depth of luscious raisined fruit floods the front palate. Walnut, dark chocolate, ground coffee bean, vanilla and nutty dry mature oak characters add complexity, before an incredibly long, drawn out finish.

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375ml £45.25

William Downie Gippsland Pinot Noir, 2016


Bill Downie established his own label in 2003 after several years living and working in Burgundy. He is fanatical about the quality of his fruit and where it comes from, so where possible sources fruit from vineyards that use biodynamic and organic viticultural practices. By taking the best elements from the Burgundian producers he most admires and allying these to a more technocratic Australian approach, Bill has been able to develop his own style, making him one of the most sought after producers of Victorian Pinot Noir.

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750ml £45.42

William Downie Mornington Pinot Noir, 2015


Bill Downie established his own label in 2003 after several years living and working in Burgundy. He is fanatical about the quality of his fruit and where it comes from, so where possible sources fruit from vineyards that use biodynamic and organic viticultural practices. By taking the best elements from the Burgundian producers he most admires and allying these to a more technocratic Australian approach, Bill has been able to develop his own style, making him one of the most sought after producers of Victorian Pinot Noir.

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750ml £45.42

By Farr, Geelong Shiraz 2016


By Farr, Geelong Shiraz has a powerful nose, with the depth and complexity of cool-climate shiraz. This wine is spiced with pepper and mineral elements, leaning towards earthy. The co-fermented viognier adds a little richness to both the bouquet and palate, which has a very pleasant sweetness to start, followed by intense fruit and earthy long tannins to complete the delicate structure and overall elegance of the wine.

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750ml £45.72

By Farr, Geelong Viognier 2017


By Farr, Geelong Viognier is a lovely, subtly perfumed expression of Viognier with fresh peach and apricot aromas evident on the nose. The palate is restrained but luscious, with a ginger-flavoured freshness on the long finish. This wine benefits beautifully from 12 months of bottle ageing, as the acidity softens.

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750ml £46.35

McLaren Vale Shiraz, Koomilya, 2013


McLaren Vale Shiraz, Koomilya is elegant and powerful, the Koomilya is an intense, deep garnet colour with pomegranate, black fruit and herbal notes. Spice flavours from the oak barrels are integrated with finely woven yet tightly knit tannins that carry the intense fruit through the palate, giving superb length. The wine is seamless, and becomes more impressive the further you get into the bottle, with the last drop leaving you wanting more.

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750ml £46.95

Dawson and James Tasmania Pinot Noir, 2014


Dawson & James is the project of Peter Dawson and Tim James, who met in 1976 when they were both working at Hardy & Sons, and where they continued to work alongside each other for 20 years. Their shared passion for Australian art, farming, camping and gastronomy, as well as their dedication to fine Australian wine, have combined in this exciting project, and the wines are the proof of their winemaking wisdom and enthusiasm. The wines come from the Meadowbank Vineyard, which is located around 60 kilometres north-west of Hobart, an area characterised by rugged topography and the fast flowing, pristine waters of the Derwent river.

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750ml £47.98

Remus Old Vine Shiraz, Sons of Eden, 2016


Remus Old Vine Shiraz, Eden Valley, Sons of Eden, is densely packed with black pepper-accented black cherry, plum and floral flavours that support a bed of plush tannins, finishing with depth and intensity.

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750ml £48.98

Romulus Old Vine Shiraz, Sons of Eden, 2015


Romulus Old Vine Shiraz, Barossa Valley, Sons of Eden Winery is an immense wines showing amazing refinement for such opulence, full bodied, rich and deep with clean focused flavour and mouth filling volume. Quite spicy for a Barossa wine.

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750ml £48.98

Grosset "Gaia" Clare Valley, 2014


Jeffrey Grosset established his winery in 1981 in the historic township of Auburn, Clare Valley, 100 kilometres north of Adelaide. The winery is stylish and functional and reflects the attention to detail that extends to the Grosset estate-owned vineyards and winemaking. Jeff is best known for his iconic Rieslings, and he has almost single-handedly been responsible for the renaissance of Clare Valley Riesling. By combining a disciplined approach and decades of experience, Grosset consistently achieves the purest expression of variety and place.

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750ml £49.25

Coal River Valley Pinot Noir Tolpuddle Vineyard, 2017


Coal River Valley Pinot Noir Tolpuddle Vineyard in Tasmania is This wine is true to the Tolpuddle Vineyard Pinot Noir style: intensely aromatic, balanced with savoury spice notes from whole bunch fermentation, along with purity of varietal expression, fresh acidity and firm tannins. The 2016 vintage is very perfumed, medium bodied and approachable.

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750ml £52.60

Stanton & Killeen Rare Rutherglen Topaque,


Stanton & Killeen Rare Rutherglen Topaque is a delicious treacle in colour with aromas of intense coffee bean and malt extract. There is a fresh and luscious mouthfeel with concentrated dried fruits, butterscotch and a long, balanced lively finish.

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375ml £52.86

Stanton & Killeen Rare Rutherglen Muscat,


Stanton & Killeen Rare Rutherglen Muscat has an appearance of deep brown with an olive tinge. The aromas are reminiscent of Christmas pudding, walnut and subtle chocolate. Fresh fruit cake with intense raisins are balanced with coffee beans from wood maturation. It has a dry and savoury finish with distinct ‘rancio’ characters.

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375ml £52.86

By Farr "Farrside" Geelong Pinot Noir, 2016


Winemakers Gary Farr and his son Nick are behind By Farr. Gary has made wine in Australia (at Bannockburn) and Burgundy (he worked 10 vintages at Domaine Dujac) since the early 1980s. Today, from 33 acres in Geelong, 80 kilometres southwest of Melbourne, they make small quantities of single vineyard Pinot Noir and Chardonnay that rank with Australia\'s best. Their three vineyards are Sangreal, Farrside and Tout Pres. Grapes are hand- harvested and they use mainly whole bunch fermentation to lift aromas and give texture and structure on the palate.

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750ml £53.75

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By Farr "Sangreal" Geelong Pinot Noir, 2015


Winemakers Gary Farr and his son Nick are behind By Farr. Gary has made wine in Australia (at Bannockburn) and Burgundy (he worked 10 vintages at Domaine Dujac) since the early 1980s. Today, from 33 acres in Geelong, 80 kilometres southwest of Melbourne, they make small quantities of single vineyard Pinot Noir and Chardonnay that rank with Australia\'s best. Their three vineyards are Sangreal, Farrside and Tout Pres. Grapes are hand- harvested and they use mainly whole bunch fermentation to lift aromas and give texture and structure on the palate.

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750ml £53.75

By Farr, Geelong Chardonnay 2017


By Farr, Geelong Chardonnay is bright gold in colour, with a trademark mineral note on the nose and hints of integrated French oak. A fine but firm palate with great acidity, texture and length.

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750ml £54.32

The Redman, Redman Wines, Coonawarra, 2004


The Redman, Redman Wines, Coonawarra,Taste the ultimate blend of red varieties from Coonawarra in Redman\'s flagship, The Redman. This super premium wine is a blend of their best parcels of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Shiraz. Only 200 dozen bottles are produced.

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750ml £54.85

Campbells Isabelle Rare Topaque,


Campbells Isabelle Rare Topaque, is typically complex and elegant, capturing a rich purity of fruit flavours while finishing clean and dry. - Colin Campbell A deep mahogany brown colour, with olive hues. A bouquet of lifted toffee, honey and cold tea characters combine to produce the unique character of Rutherglen Topaque. There is a real lusciousness and weight on the palate with full, mellow honeyed flavours, lingering complex rancio characters and drying tannins on the finish to balance the sweetness and prevent it from cloying.

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375ml £56.53

Campbells Merchant Prince Rare Rutherglen Muscat,


Campbells Merchant Prince Rare Rutherglen Muscat has a deep mahogany brown colour with olive hues. The bouquet has intense raisin fruit with nutty ‘aged oak’ complexity, which only comes from very lengthy maturation in oak casks. The palate is the ultimate in intensity. Raisined sweetness explodes on the front of the palate. Complex nutty flavours flow through the full length of the palate and the drying tannin finish lingers for many minutes.

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375ml £61.50

By Farr Cote Vineyard "GC" Geelong Chardonnay, 2017


Winemakers Gary Farr and his son Nick are behind By Farr. Gary has made wine in Australia (at Bannockburn) and Burgundy (he worked 10 vintages at Domaine Dujac) since the early 1980s. Today, from 33 acres in Geelong, 80 kilometres southwest of Melbourne, they make small quantities of single vineyard Pinot Noir and Chardonnay that rank with Australia\'s best. Their three vineyards are Sangreal, Farrside and Tout Pres. Grapes are hand- harvested and they use mainly whole bunch fermentation to lift aromas and give texture and structure on the palate.

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750ml £69.75