THE NED (Marlborough - New Zealand) The Ned is named after one of the mountain peaks southeast of the vineyards. The Ned embodies the fruit variation and complexity that a winemaker can normally only dream of from a single vineyard site.
D 66 Grenache (Maury - France) A dark red almost opaque color to the wine coats the glass and drifts down the sides slowly after the swirl. Aromas of ripe crushed cherries intertwined with seasoned French oak dominate the nose and lead gently into an enormous entry. Ripe strawberries a
MR. RIGGS (McLaren Vale - Australia) A tried and tested area for growing full-flavoured Shiraz, McLaren Vale has almost the perfect climate for grape growing: warm summers, low humidity, good winter rain and long autumns to ensure that grapes achieve ripeness, flavour, acid and balance.
THOMAS GOSS (McLaren Vale - Australia) The unequivocally cool climate of the Adelaide Hills and very old podsolic soils of low to moderate fertility make for ideal growing conditions. This gives the region an enviable and growing reputation for magnificent grapes.
OLIVERHILL (McLaren Vale - Australia) The wines represent the classic South Australian style, big and juicy with sweet black fruits, broad shouldered with substantial palate presence, yet maintaining balance and exceptional fruit intensity.
LEGADO (Mendoza - Argentina) The Legado wines are of excellent quality and are offered at very affordable prices. They include a range of varieties from Torrontes to Cabernet Sauvignon and both regular bottlings and reserves which are higher in both quality and price.