The Line-Up

Locked and loaded for September. We are featuring wines from

Bremerton wines, Larry Cherubino, Hancock and Hancock and Corryton Burge

You’ll be able to try these wines throughout the month (in disposable plastic cups 😭) ya know…. coz of the thing.

Pedestal, Margaret River, Cabernet Sauvignon – 

Pedestal is so named due to the elevation of the Margaret River Vineyard we initially sourced the fruit from for these wines. Here we show images of Margaret River that are aromatic and vibrant, not heavily oaked. Inky purple. Classic cabernet aroma of blackcurrant. The wine is medium-bodied with primary flavours of blackcurrant and bay leaf, layered with secondary cedar and chocolate. Velvety soft tannins and a long finish.

Bremerton, Coulthard, Cabernet Sauvignon – 

This cabernet displays a classic tripe cassis aroma with supportive savoury notes. A well balanced palate showing ripe dark fruits enhanced by a silky textural finish.

Bremerton Tempranillo Graciano 2018

Inspired by the great Spanish Tempranillo of Rioja this wine is a great example of how the two varieties compliment each other. Berry, roses and spices frame the palate in a medium bodied juicy wine. Bremerton Tempranillo Graciano 2018 is crafted to age gracefully over time. 


Bremerton, Tempranillo Graciano –

Inspired by the great Spanish Tempranillo of Rioja this wine is a great example of how the two varieties compliment each other. Berry, roses and spices frame the palate in a medium bodied juicy wine. Bremerton Tempranillo Graciano 2018 is crafted to age gracefully over time.  

Bremerton, Tamblyn – 

The Tamblyn is a seamless blend showing  a complex flavour profile with a soft tannin finish that expresses the individual characteristics of the 4 classic varietals used. The Cabernet Sauvignon provides the framework, Shiraz adds berry fruit weight, Malbec adds a perfumed lift and intense colour and the Merlot rounds out the palate.

Hancock & Hancock, Tempranillo –

Tempranillo is a classic Spanish variety most famous for its role in Rioja where it is used as the backbone of the great regional red wines. It is a recent arrival in Australia where its lively fruit flavours and generosity have found ready acceptance. Hancock & Hancock Tempranillo is a medium-bodied wine with plenty of up-front fruit flavour and restrained tannin profile.

Hancock & Hancock, Shiraz Grenache –

Restrained and supple, lots of ripe dark plum, pepper and spice of Shiraz with the rose petal perfume lift and red cherry taste of Grenache. Lovely lightness and brightness to the back palate with a faint dried herbal and savoury edge, making it terrific immediate drinking but will cellar nicely for 5-10 years

Corryton Burge, Eden Valley Riesling –

With crisp apple, lemon and floral fragrances of a classic Riesling, the lively, fresh apple and citrus flavours give length with balanced acidity. A wine simply too good not to share. Pair with ceviche of salmon, roasted fennel chips and fennel cream or chargrilled octopus salad with tomato, lime and chilli.

Cracking deals apply too! Buy 2 bottles of Corryton Burge, Hancock & Hancock or Pedestal and receive 1 

BONUS packet of Angelo’s Boutique Pasta, while stocks last.

Come say Hi and get in amongst the goodness.