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2011 Jamiesons Run Limestone Coast Merlot 02 August 2013 10:40
Remember Jamiesons Run? Once a famous name, now probably a little less famous? Well the label is still around. Further, the wines are still keenly priced too, this Merlot our pick of the range, still looking spicy and cedary and quite fragrant, making for a very likeable, simple red wine.
2010 Bathe Wines Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc 02 August 2013 10:40
Bathe is no ordinary wine company. It’s a collective of like minded individuals on a mission to make wines that do not celebrate a particular winery or vineyards but have a desire to make the best wines from the most suitable regions for their chosen varieties. You could say it’s a philosophy more than a commercial exercise. This Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc shows the luscious vibrancy of passionfruit and lime and is a refreshing, clean wine with intense flavours and an ebullient acid finish.
$99 Bubbly Dozen 02 August 2013 10:41
What is better than a case of bubbly? How about a case of mixed Sparkling wines from around the world. First their is the tasty Non-Vintage Ocean Bay from Blue Pyrenees – makes of fine Victorian sparkling wines. And then we've got two Frenchies – the easy drinking Perle de Vigne and more elegant Cruse all of which are guaranteed to get any party started.
Wynns Premium 6 Pack 02 August 2013 10:41
This rare treat of a 6 pack has an average point score of 94 points (with a 96 point or so score for good measure) awarded from some of Australia's must respected and trusted wine reviewers. All the fruit is sourced from the crème de la crème of South Australian vineyards and with the Sue Hodder (Winemaker) polish, this pack is sure to be a hit. In fact, the pack has already been a hit with the Cracka staff so make sure you get in quick to secure yourself the best mixed 6-pack coming out of the Cracka Coffers this winter.
2012 Setanta Speckled House Riesling 02 August 2013 10:40
2012 was an awesome riesling vintage in South Australia, especially in Adelaide Hills and Eden Valley. The nose on this wine is quite delicate, with smells of lemon and orange citrus and honeysuckle florals, but the palate is richer than expected, with rich orange marmalade and poached quince, bright, zesty acidity, and a long, sauntering finish. prawn vol-au-vents would be great with this!
2011 Dandelion Vineyards Lioness of McLaren Vale Shiraz 02 August 2013 10:40
As ever this is a cleverly made wine, pushing the boundaries with a little whole bunch wickedness and a careful selection of old and new oak, making for a thoroughly intriguing McLaren Vale Shiraz.
2007 Rosemount Estate Show Reserve Chardonnay 02 August 2013 10:41
Do you remember the days when Rosemount Show Reserve wines used to rule the wine world? Trophies and gold medals were flooding in - it was the ultimate symbol of being able to pick a good bottle of wine. Well while times might have passed, the last great vintage of Show Reserve Chardonnay from 2007 is still going strong with honeyed, nutty fruit flavours and that creamy mouthfeel that fans of the style just can’t get enough of. For all of those who’ve emailed wishing that old fashioned Chardonnay would come back grab a case of this and taste the legend that is Rosemount Show Reserve Chardonnay.
2010 Toro Loco Barossa Shiraz 02 August 2013 10:41
So, you're thinking beef. Or, more correctly, you're thinking steak. What to drink then? The only wine named after an angry bull... Enter the Toro Loco Shiraz, a wonderfully inky Barossan red just jammed full of rich chocolatey plum flavours on a positively silken palate. From a cracking vintage in the Barossa, this is classic generous Shiraz.
2012 Fush n Chups Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 02 August 2013 10:40
What else do you drink with fish and chips really? After extensive testing (which involved us eating both fish and/or chips) we've landed on this Sauvignon Blanc - a crisp and snappy, gooseberry and citrus driven wine with super clear and fresh flavours topped off with some seriously fresh acidity. We can heartily recommend this with Bream, Snapper and also Kingfish, though most fish and chips will do...
2011 Fush n Chups Central Otago Pinot Noir 02 August 2013 10:40
From our friends that brought us the Fush n Chups Sauvignon Blanc comes the new Central Otago Pinot Noir - a lovely bright and juicy little number that is glowing with very pretty fruit and backed with fine silky Pinot tannins. So much Pinoty joy in this light red, but backed with enough structure to make this a serious wine.
2008 Geoff Merrill Botham Merrill Willis Shiraz 02 August 2013 10:40
It doesn’t take more that a quick chat with Geoff Merrill to get the cut of his jib. He is a straight shooter, plain and simple who doesn’t mind speaking his mind. And you see the same thing in all his wines – honest to goodness, deeply flavoured McLaren Value beauties that make you wish all Australian wines tasted this good. The Shiraz is intense, ripe and delicious, and a must have for fans of McLaren Vale. And you don’t have to be a cricket fan to enjoy them.
NV Lindauer Brut Cuvee 02 August 2013 10:40
Lindauer continues to keep a legion of fans happy by offering a Sparkling style that won’t harm your budget. In fact it’s one of the best bubblies around for the price and works as an excellent aperitif style, with or without food. An elegant aroma reveals notes of yeast and subtle toast thanks to prolonged maturation in the bottle. Crisp and complex with zesty lemon flavours and balanced, zippy acids this is guaranteed to kick off any party in the right fashion.
2012 Highgate Hunter Valley Chardonnay 02 August 2013 10:41
The famous vineyard in question? None other than Rosemount's old Roxburgh vineyard, itself one of the oldest Chardonnay plots in the country...
2011 Yantaringa Adelaide Hills Merlot 02 August 2013 10:41
All fruit, no burn. That is the message with this style of Merlot, a curranty, soft and almost pretty red wine with light tannins and a simple sort of style. Fresh, easy if hardly profound, everything fitting nicely for the quite classic soft Merlot style.
NV Champagne Lombard Magenta Cuvee Superieure Brut 02 August 2013 10:40
Champagne Lombard is located in Epernay and crafts wines with great style and finesse, with this little number made from 40% Pinot Noir, 40% Pinot Meunier and 20% Chardonnay. Lots of classic character in this Champagne, at a great price too.
2012 Montara Grampians Riesling 02 August 2013 10:40
The Grampians is a beautiful part of the world. Rocks (big ones, good for climbing), wine, more hills (with rocks on them) and more vineyards. All these rocks are good for one thing - Riesling. Riesling thrives here, making wines with superb natural acid zing and a lovely juicy limey character over the top. In the Montara case we have a generous wine that hits the mark perfectly - ripe fruits but crisp acidity, a long palate too. Wonderful stuff.
$99 Tasty Mixed Whites Dozen 02 August 2013 10:41
This mixed dozen is rather self explanatory. $99, white and tasty! Please note: Occasionally we may substitute some wines with a wine of equal value.
2006 Eagle Vale Reserve Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 02 August 2013 10:40
Produced off an established Margaret River vineyard, this light and elegant leafy red shows all of the mid weight and fragrant style that the 2006 vintage can give. The result is refreshing and oh-so food-friendly, with fine dry tannins to finish.
2005 Karatta 12 Mile Vineyard Shiraz Cabernet 02 August 2013 10:40
Sourced from beautiful Robe (where, as that Telstra ad suggested, robes are not the local specialty) the glory of this wine is all about what an extra year of bottle age can do, rounding out the firmer bits softening out the middle, ultimately making for a quite rich if rather dry red that is rather lamb friendly.
2008 Mt Buff Alpine Valley Merlot 02 August 2013 10:41
From the cool slopes of Mt Buffalo (yes, the ski resort Mt Buffalo) this is a such a surprisingly savoury and well built wine. We had our doubts (Merlot? From a ski field? Crazy talk!) but this is ripe, choc minty and genuinely full flavoured. A really surprising well built and impressive medium bodied cool climate Merlot.
2011 Maven Premier Pinot Gris 02 August 2013 10:41
We're not going to mention Jeff Kennett, or Nick Greiner, or John Fahey or Joh Bjelke-Petersen. Nor are we going to talk about the old Holden Premier. No siree! It's all about the wine really... Speaking of, this is a lovely single vineyard Pinot Gris from the Wairau Valley in beautiful Marlborough. A textural yet taut wine of both fragrance and weight. A lovely wine indeed.
2011 Setanta Talunga Ridge Shiraz 02 August 2013 10:40
'Talunga Ridge' is the Adelaide Hills farm where Tony and Sheilagh Sullivan, owners of Setanta, planted their vineyard. It sounds like it could be just about anywhere - Talunga Ridge Farm Valley Heights etc etc. This Shiraz, however, tastes like a proper Adelaide Hils red, with a combination of ripe fruit richness and more cool climate mint.
2012 Seaside Margaret River Chardonnay 02 August 2013 10:40
'Oh I do like to be beside the seaside.' We certainly love the Seaside here at Cracka (and Mary Poppins), particularly when the Seaside yields wines as tasty as this - its full of the melon peachy grapefruit action that Margaret River does so well. Super fresh it is too, combining peachy fresh fruit flavours with just enough rich oak and lees action.
2011 Evans & Tate Metricup Road Margaret River Cabernet Merlot 02 August 2013 10:40
Metricup Road is easily one of the best Cabernet Sauvignon addresses. Those gravelly soils, that cool Margaret River climate - all of it just means Cabernet glory. Here we have a perfect example of what can be done - a savoury, mid-weight Cabernet blend with fine tannins and more Cabernet goodness than you can poke a stick at.
2011 Tyrrell's Willunga Shiraz 02 August 2013 10:40
Tyrrell's may well be a famous Hunter Valley producer but, like many Hunter Valley vignerons, they've also got vineyards in South Australia. The Willunga vineyard is Tyrrell's McLaren Vale vineyard, used for the production of the Tyrrell's Rufus Stone Shiraz, of which we're big fans here at Cracka. Which brings us neatly to this wine. From a very cool season this is a spicy, mid-weight sort of McLaren Vale Shiraz that balances peppery Shiraz goodness backed by lovely plummy fruit and sweet oak. It's still a very young red - so the flavours are big and bold - but retains some of the of the season's spiciness. Lovely stuff!
2010 Morgan's Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 02 August 2013 10:41
We love uncovering surprise wines like this. From a grower (with 20 year old vines) who used to supply grapes to Shaw & Smith (amongst others) this lovely creamy Chardonnay couples all the elegance of fine Adelaide Hills Chardonnay with the richness of the warm even vintage to make for a superior Chardonnay of some weight and style. Top class find this one.
2011 Evans & Tate Metricup Road Margaret River Chardonnay 02 August 2013 10:41
Who would of guessed that this wine was produced from Evans & Tate's Metricup Road vineyard? Mighty fine Chardonnay it is too, carrying a careful balance between fruit generosity and fantastic acidity, making for one super refined modern Chardonnay.
Tyrrell's Mixed Case 02 August 2013 10:41
Tyrrell's is one of the great Australian producers and here we have a mixed case at a spectacular price with two of their best - the Tyrrell's Old Winery Shiraz and Chardonnay. The Chardonnay is sleek with layers of pretty peach and red apple fruit while the Shiraz is generous with spicy blackberry fruit flavours making the perfect party mix.
2012 See Saw Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 02 August 2013 10:41
Cracka wines don’t get much better than this very tasty blend bringing two great Australian wine styles together – Orange Sauvignon Blanc and Hunter Valley Semillon made by the experienced hands of Andrew Margan, or Margs as we call him here at Cracka. This wine has everything – passionfruit, lemon, zesty acidity – a wine ripe for the picking this Summer. You can forget Marlborough with great Australian wines like this.