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Go Walkabout Down the Wine Aisle to Find a Wonder From Down Under

Martin Moran 📸The Sunday Times

“…The Old Tourism Australia advertising slogan, “So where the hell are you?” has never seemed more appropriate. Now, it is time to discover Australia’s off-the-beaten-track wines.”

Craiglee, Shiraz, 2013

“Irish-Australian Pat Carmody makes this elegant, slightly peppery shiraz in a historic vineyard in Melbourne’s suburbs. 93/100.” – Martin Moran, The Sunday Times, October 28, 2018.

Tahbilk, Marsanne, 2017

“…Goulburn, in north central Victoria, is home to Tahblik and its wonderful Marsanne and ancient 1860 shiraz vineyard.”

“This is a delight in its youth, when it has lemon and honeysuckle flavours, but age adds intensity, toast and honey. 91/100.” Martin Moran, The Sunday Times, October 28, 2018.

 

Alkoomi, Riesling, 2017

“Delivers a piercing purity in the way only a dry Riesling can, with spine-tingling acidity and citrus plus a chalky, mineral tang. Great value. 93/100.” Martin Moran, The Sunday Times, October 28, 2018.

Browse Wines
  1. Craiglee.

    Shiraz

    Sunbury, Australia

    €40.95
    • 2013
    • Rating:
      80% of 100
      (1)
  2. Alkoomi Riesling

    Riesling

    Australia

    €15.15
  3. Tahbilk.

    Marsanne

    Nagambie Lakes, Australia

    €15.95
    • 2017
    • Rating:
      76% of 100
      (5)