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Cabernet Sauvignon  & Cabernet Blends


2015 Balgownie Estate Cabernet Sauvignon    "It's fresh and poised on the palate, with a tease of sweetness (raspberry) tempered by crunchy, red cherry acidity and a soft oak frame. Limitless potential" - Nick Butler, 96 points; "There's no doubting the charm of Balgownie Cabernet in a good vintage. You get boldness, weight and impact, but it never feels overwhelming, and they live forever. This is a classic Balgownie Cab, showing that trademark Bendigo generosity of flavour, delivered at 13.6% alcohol. Cedar, lead pencil character is classically, welcomingly varietal and backed by a core of rich and dense blackberry. It's all tipped off with surprisingly fine, not burly, tannins. Bold flavours - we're still in full-bodied red territory, but with an ageless balance to it, and not overripe in the slightest... Would I buy it? Yes, quality. I don't need more Cabernet in my cellar but I'd have a bottle of this" - Andrew Graham, 94 points; "Average vine age is 47 years. When Balgownie cabernet is good, it's good. Here it is. Certainly varietal, pumped up with flavour, regional, lengthy, sturdy and commanding. All these descriptors are true, and what more could you ask. Gum leaves infused through blackcurrant, dust splashed across dark chocolate. Big folds of tannnin.It's good now but it has a decade or two up its sleeve" - Campbell Mattinson - 94 points; "Immensely and immediately approachable with of the varietal flavours at play from cassis and blackcurrants, warm earth, saltbush and attractive slippery oak too. Medium-bodied, tooth-coating tannins and enough oomph to last another decade or so but don't overlook it now" - Jane Faulkner, 93 points     $36.50 per bottle

2008 Balnaves of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon   "A more classic Balnaves style... very intense and long" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Full bodied, but fresh and lively... Full bodied, but fresh and lively" - The Wine Front, 93 points   $39.95 per bottle

2007 Balnaves of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon     "A classic dark, precisely balanced and integrated Balnaves style... Savoury, smooth and fine-grained, it's vibrant, dark and mineral, opening to reveal layers of sweet, ripe fruit... supported by firm, silky-fine tannin" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "Intense Coonawarra fruit, with amazing purity and poise... full-bodied, dark and dense, with layered fruit coursing along the palate" - James Halliday, 95 points; "It's full bodied and very dense with rich chocolate and blackcurrant flavours - concentrated and strong... A brooding and moody Balnaves" - The Wine Front, 94 points     $39.95 per bottle

2006 Balnaves of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon     "Has great poise... will reward patient cellaring" - James Halliday, 94 points; "A very good vintage for Balnaves and after a couple of days tasting I decided to slip it up to an Outstanding rating... fragrant yet rich, packed with Cassis and cherry... Full bodied and deep... big but beautifully balanced... Top wine " - Winorama, 94 points; "The line and length of it is super impressive... This is a real cabernet, straight up. I won't hear a word against it, it's delicious" - The Wine Front, 93 points    $42.95 per bottle

2005 Balnaves of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon     "Stunner... impressive flavour... A classically framed wine in the mouth, savoury assertive tannins wrap around rich Cabernet fruit in regal formation. Another masterpiece!" - Nick Stock, 96 points; "Ripping good wine here... Great wine, this can only get better in a cool cellar. Balnaves are rocking" - Grant Dodd, 94+ points; "Generously proportioned and flavoured Cabernet Sauvignon" - James Halliday, 94 points    $45.95 per bottle

2004 Balnaves of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon     "Searingly intense, long and seamless... superbly structured and balanced... piercing berry, cherry and plum-like fruit... it's ripe, lavish and savoury, without a hint of over-ripeness. A great bargain" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "Packed with rich blackcurrant flavour and framed by perfectly sculptured tannins. Reeks of class... Buy up" - Grant Dodd, 94+ points; "Very concentrated, dense, full-bodied blackcurrant/blackberry fruit, with long, lingering tannins" - James Halliday, 94 points; "If you want value, terroir and cellarability then look no further" - Winorama, 94 points; "Picture of composure. Beautiful cabernet. Classic, dry, mouthfilling structure, essency blackcurrant fruit, integrated oak and a resounding finish... A real cabernet for real cabernet lovers" - The Wine Front, 93 points     $49.95 per bottle

2006 Balnaves The Tally Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon   "Terrific density and palate structure, deep and intense... Swanky, youthful Cabernet at its finest" - Nick Stock, 96 points; "The palate is rich, deep, fine and very long" - James Halliday, 96 points; "A powerhouse that needs at least a decade of cellaring" - Winorama, 95 points; The Wine Front - 94 points   $100.00 per bottle

2005 Balnaves The Tally Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon    James Halliday - 96 points; "Super wine" - Grant Dodd, 95 points; Winorama - 95 points; Jeremy Oliver - 94 points; "Coonawarra's modern flagship... Great" - Epicure Uncorked *****   $105.00 per bottle

1999 Bowen Estate Cabernet Sauvignon        Doug Bowen rates this vintage as one of the best of the last decade, on a par with the 1996 and 1990; Excellent with **** for value - Ric Einstein    $49.95 per bottle

1998 Bowen Estate Cabernet Sauvignon        Jeremy Oliver 95 points; "Primary fruit screams out of the glass... Soft and round, impeccably balanced and showing a lot of class. Classic Coonawarra structure, elegant yet generous, and very long. Great wine" Divine Magazine; "On the palate, this wine is just as impressive. Pure, clean fruit combines with unobtrusive tannins to produce a harmonious, supremely balanced, beautifully integrated wine... Highly Recommended" - Ric Einstein    $75.00 per bottle

1991 Bowen Estate Cabernet Sauvignon        "Very elegant, despite its rich, chocolatey palate and huge tannins. Terrific balance. Heaps of class... drinking beautifully now, and will hold for many years yet. Outstanding" Divine Magazine    $85.00 per bottle

1998 Brand's of Coonawarra Cabernet Merlot      $39.95 per bottle

2000 Brand's of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon        "It's the approachability of this classy Coonawarra cabernet that makes it such a thrilling red... powerful, dense dark plum, black cherry and blackcurrant flavours... The essence of Coonawarra without the price tag" - Max Allen & Peter Forrestal    $42.95 per bottle

1999 Brand's of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon        "High-fidelity Coonawarra! Blackcurrant jam, cassis, Ribena - all of the above... oodles of grapey charm and panache. It speaks throatily to us of both Coonawarra and cabernet... it will surely be long lived" - Penguin Good Australian Wine Guide, BEST CABERNET; "A cabernet of precise varietal character which will mellow out into a real charmer" - Paddy Kendler    $44.95 per bottle

1998 Brand's of Coonawarra Cabernet sauvignon        "I WAS SO ENAMOURED OF THIS WINE I RUSHED OFF TO BUY A CASE FOR MYSELF... it has blossomed, with voluminous blackberry and cassis fruit, the palate with great structure, class and elegance" - Halliday's Top 100 of 2001, 95 points; "Has an enormous flood of sweet, purpley, primary fruit and vanillin American oak that hooks you instantly from the very first sip. It is soft, smooth and perfectly balanced... there is enough oomph cleverly disguised by all that hedonistic fruit to see it evolve into something very special" - Divine Magazine    $49.95 per bottle

2004 Brand's of Coonawarra The Patron Cabernet sauvignon        SIX TROPHIES, SEVEN GOLD MEDALS; "It's extraordinary. It's a beautifully fragrant combination of cedary oak and perfectly ripe cabernet sauvignon. In its fragrance, fleshiness and ripeness it reminds me of Chateau Margaux, although not in its exact aromas and flavours. The palate's luxurious and vibrant but still pure cabernet in its expression, including the firm but silk-coated tannins. I wouldn't quibble about the price. This is a sensational wine with long-term cellaring potential. You wouldn't find a Bordeaux to match this quality anywhere near price" - Chris Shanahan; "Exceptionally bright, flavoursome and juicy cassis and blackcurrant fruit, the oak perfectly integrated, the tannins soft; a long and perfectly balanced finish; Cabernet Sauvignon Trophy, National Wine Show '07" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Just look at all those medals! All the gold you can eat... It's scented, ripe and intensely blackcurranty... Medium to full bodied and packed with sweet fruit but has some attractive tobacco and leaf flavour adding a little Cabernet strictness to the mix. It has firm fine grained tannins, freshness and clarity and finishes pure and long. Delicious wine, approachable now, but probably much better later. Textbook Coonawarra Cabernet" - Gary Walsh, 95 points    $99.95 per bottle

2002 Brown Brothers Patricia Cabernet Sauvignon   "A wine to challenge Grange... knocked the socks off everybody" - Jeff Gordon; "A very impressive, tightly packed, elegant cabernet sauvignon... Concentrated all round, with superior power and length. A classic in the making" - Huon Hooke, 95 points *****; "It's sensationa... Sublime cabernet, deep and long, substantial yet balanced, with an inner core of fruit flavour graced by fine tannin. Perfect for that special occasion!" - Paddy Kendler *****; Jeremy Oliver 93 points;  Epicure Uncorked   *****     $59.95 per bottle

2001 Cape Mentelle Cabernet Sauvignon    TOP 10 WINES OF THE PAST DECADE - Australian Financial Review; "Immensely powerful and complex cabernet" - Philip Rich, Top 20 Wines of 2005; "This is a real cabernet... In 12 to 15 years time, this wine will not only say something grand about Margaret River cabernet, but will match food like all-too-few others" - The Wine Front, 96 points; "Alluringly complex and tightly crafted long-term wine... Smooth and silky, it's firm and fine-grained" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "A wine of great power and concentration" - Huon Hooke; "Incredibly fine and elegant yet incredibly powerful and robust at the same time... extraordinary length. Wow!" - Max Allen; "An outstanding Cape Mentelle Cabernet which will be very long-lived... Intense black currant and red cherry fruit is the driving force behind a beautifully structured palate... Excellent length; great wine" - Tyson Stelzer, 94 points; "Lovely wine" - James Halliday, 94 points; Tyson Stelzer - 94 points; "It's a powerhouse, with a great deal of fruit sweetness, flesh and classic" - Gourmet Traveller Wine *****   $99.00 per bottle

1999 Cape Mentelle Cabernet Sauvignon        "This is a delicious, ageworthy, silken, medium-weight cabernet boasting glistening pools of blackcurrant and olive paste flavour... at its core there's lots of lovely, rich, ripe, flooding varietal flavour, which persists. Tannins are beautifully ripe" - The Wine Front, 95 points; "A very serious wine, dense and profound with a cellaring future of at least ten years. Definetly gold medal standard on my card" - Paddy Kendler *****, Jeremy Oliver 93 points    $89.95 per bottle

2004 Celestial Bay Margaret River Cabernet Merlot     2007 Sydney International Wine Competition - Blue/Gold Award Winner & one of the Top 100 Wines    $21.95 per bottle

2010 Celestial Bay Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon     $19.95 per bottle

2006 Chalkers Crossing Hilltops Cabernet Sauvignon    James Halliday - 94 points   $29.95 per bottle

2000 Clairault Estate Cabernet Merlot      $26.95 per bottle

2000 Clairault Estate Cabernet Sauvignon        James Halliday - 91 points    $29.95 per bottle

2013 Craggy Range Sophia Merlot Cabernet Franc    "Rich and concentrated, this is nearly massive in its density and body, the fruit flavours filling the palate, showing succulent dark plums, liquorice as well as pepper, soy sauce and Oriental spices. The extraction is serious, and provides a powerful structure, yet the tannins are fine and powdery. The wine features incredible tension and freshness from the acidity, and the palate has great length" - Raymond Chan, 20.0 points out of 20 (PERFECT SCORE!); "A complex array of flavours on the palate including plum, dark berry, chocolate, spice and a hint of violet. Gorgeous wine with plenty of weight, a silken texture and real energy. Will be very long-lived" - Bob Campbell MW, 98 points; " A fine-grained wine. It's as if it's been deep-etched with a fine tip. It's powerfully built, minerally, chocolatey, sluiced with gravel and blackcurrant, and lifted by a variety of florals... Sophia always smells of money; this release does too, but the cash hangs out the top of the wallet, rather than being flashed around... A long termer, without question" - Campbell Mattinson, 95+ points; "The palate has superbly balanced sweet cherries and black fruits. It has presence and concentration but it's also quite understated, with fine-grained tannins and a fresh, dynamic personality. So fine, this has massive potential" - Jamie Goode, 95 points     $115.00 per bottle

2009 Craggy Range Sophia Merlot Cabernet Franc    "Rich and concentrated, this is nearly massive in its density and body, the fruit flavours filling the palate... The extraction is serious, and provides a powerful structure, yet the tannins are fine and powdery. The wine features incredible tension and freshness from the acidity, and the palate has great length. The balance of the wine offers remarkable accessibility, but this will develop greater interest and complexity over the next 10-15+ years" - Raymond Chan, 20.0 points out of 20 (PERFECT SCORE!); "Bordeaux beware: this is every bit as good as that of many classed growth chateaux wines from the outstanding '09 Bordeaux vintage... ultra-expressive bouquet... then awe-inspiring drive through the length of the classic medium-bodied palate" - James Halliday, 97 points; "Deep set buoyant wine... Very smooth and seductive wine. Power and elegance. One for the long haul" - Andrew Caillard MW, 19 points out of 20; "Deeply coloured, full-bodied, sweet-fruited and supple, with highly concentrated, ripe cassis, plum and spice flavours" - Michael Cooper *****; "Delicious rich, ripe and smooth... full-bodied, sweet-fruited and supple, with highly concentrated, ripe cassis, plum and spice flavours" - Winestate *****      $125.00 per bottle

2008 Craggy Range Sophia Merlot Cabernet Franc    "Elegant, seamless red... A peacocks tail of layered flavours is displayed on the finish. Subtle power and extraordinary length with a great mouthfeel and silken texture. Restrained, elegant wine with great potential" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, 97 points *****; "A wine that will develop silken textures with fragrance and cedar"- Raymond Chan, 18.5 points     $105.00 per bottle

2008 Craggy Range The Quarry Cabernet Merlot         $89.95 per bottle

2019 Cullen Cabernet Merlot  "So dense and brooding, concentrated, and yet has a lightness and vigour that makes it so appealing. Black fruit, ripe raspberry, cedar and biscuit spice, dark chocolate and violets, bay leaf, with a sort of wet clay/mineral character in the mix. Tannin is firm and silty/slatey, fresh feel despite all that dark chocolate flavour, and the finish is long, with a black tea perfume trailing. Wonderful" - Gary Walsh, 95 points; "Very attractive, lifted aromatics of violets, blue and red fruits, the palate full-bodied and firm in abundant tannins... An impressive wine in its station and very much like a junior Diana Madeline, albeit a little more straightforward. Great value!" - Huon Hooke, 93 points   $34.95 per bottle

2010 Cullen Cabernet Merlot     $49.95 per bottle

2003 Cullen Cabernets       "This 70% cab sav/30%cab franc is a beautifully balanced, elegant, fruit driven wine, and amazing for what is a second-string red. Clean, ripe dark-fruit aromas; mild, harmonious tannins give backbone but remain smooth. It's all about balanc" - Huon Hooke, 94 points *****   $59.95 per bottle

2019 Cullen Diana Madeline Cabernet Merlot       "Incredible power and concentration here, and yet, still lithe and so finely wrought. It's ultra-mineral in feel with iron and dense graphite tannin, but perfumed and spice-laden too. The quality and feel of tannin here is something quite extraordinary. Plum and dark cherry, dark tobacco, whiff of empty chocolate box, superb length of flavour. Essence of Cabernet. Essential Cabernet. We've never had it so good" - Gary Walsh, 98 points; "It's full-bodied and firm, the tannins perhaps a little more grippy and assertive than usual in this wine, the structure formidable and undoubtedly will endow it with long ageing prospects. Great intensity, power and drive through the palate, the finish long and super-satisfying. A very concentrated DM" - Huon Hooke, 98 points   $135.00 per bottle

2016 Cullen Diana Madeline Cabernet Merlot       "Elegance personified, no compromise likewise. Then rack up extraordinary attention to detail, and the Wilyabrup district, the greatest part of the Margaret River. Given these parameters, the fluid grace of this beautiful wine might seem almost inevitable. But, of course, it's not - it's the distillation of two generations" - James Halliday, 98 points; "A sweetly ripe, rich berry and violet bouquet which is fruit-driven, vibrant and fresh. Blueberries and herbs. Wonderfully elegant and piercingly intense. An outstanding wine" - Huon Hooke, 97 points"; "Here's a sleek wine of exquisite perfume and balance that treads lightly, but surely through the palate. Dances, even. There's a quiet storm of graphite tannin, red and black fruits, a distinct pencil and mineral thing going on, clean fresh acidity, and a wonderfully long finish. It's painting with water colours, to borrow a phrase, but gee it makes a beautiful picture. It's rare to find a Cabernet with this level of poise and control. Yet again, Cullen is leading the pack" - Gary Walsh, 96 points  $130.00 per bottle

2010 Cullen Diana Madeline Cabernet Merlot    "Slightly more robust than recent vintages and as such may prove an even greater crowd pleaser. It is a stunning blend of all five Bordeaux varieties. Silky, effortless and graceful. Will cellar for decades" - Ray Jordan, 98 points; "Makes a vital statement: its phenomenal predecessor was no fluke. At thirty-nine years of age and privileged to fanatical biodynamic care, the Cullen vineyard is in a remarkable place indeed... Utterly enticing, profoundly pure, effortlessly seamless and earth-shakingly long-lived... Diana would be proud" - Tyson Stelzer, 97 points; "Perfectly balanced ... it is certain the wine will develop beautifully over the next 20-30 years" - James Halliday, 20 Great Reds; "The wine is just a joy to drink, with fine-grained tannins carrying medium-bodied flavours of red berries, blood plum and some ironstone minerality all around the mouth" - Ben Thomas, 5/5; "It has appealing youthful flavour and balance, length and harmony, with a thread of fine-grained tannins running throughout the palate. A bright and vibrant wine, not a 'try hard' style, but very elegant, and effortless. Tremendous length, with the tannins making an important contribution" - Huon Hooke, 95 points   $155.00 per bottle

2007 Cullen Diana Madeline Cabernet Merlot    "Glorious wine... this is as close to perfection as one can imagine in terms of structure, texture and its complex fruit flavours. Great now, greater still in another 10 years" - James Halliday's Top 100 of 2009, 97 points; "It's an extreme, profoundly beautiful thing" - Philip White, 95+++ points; "It's going to be magic in the long term" - Gary Walsh, 95+ points; Campbell Mattinson - 94 points; "This is one of the greatest Diana Madeline's" - Vanya Cullen; Epicure Uncorked *****   $160.00 per bottle

2005 Cullen Diana Madeline Cabernet Merlot       "Wow! Elegance meets structure, meets sophistication... Full to medium in body but steeped with vibrant flavours of dark berries, cherries, its seductively smooth but opulent palate revels in its marriage of fruit, oak and firm, Graves-like chalky tannin. Exceptionally long and perfectly harmonious, it's both polished and powerful, with a brilliant future" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; "Vanya Cullen only knows how to make great wine... In archetypal Cullen style, it has a backbone of ripe but persistent tannins to the array of black fruit flavours, which have the density and intensity to easily carry the wine through to its very long plateau of maturity"- James halliday, 96 points & Halliday's Top 100 of 2008; "This beautifully crafted, concentrated and nedium-to-full-bodied wine is the latest in a long list of great Margaret River cabernets from Vanya Cullen over the years" - Philip Rich, Top 20 Wines of 2007; Paul Ippolito - 96 points; "It friggin rocks" - Philip White, 95++ points; "This is a boomer. It is the best since 2001" - The Wine Front, 95 points; Winorama - 95+ points; "My top WA wine of the year" - Peter Forrestal, 19.0 points  $170.00 per bottle

2003 Cullen Diana Madeline Cabernet Merlot       "Crystal clear colour, bell-clear, intense redcurrant and blackcurrant fruit, built-in tannins and high quality French oak all make for a classic wine" - James halliday, 96 points & Halliday's Top 100 of 2005; "A deeply fruited, finely balanced, firm and long-living cabernet blend... Satiny soft, its plush palate of juicy small berry and cherry flavour is framed by firm, powdery tannins and backed by smooth, polished chocolate oak. Charming, spotlessly clean and beautifully measured" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "Another great Diana Madeline, with characteristic, refined fruit and monumental structure and length. Intense black and red currants and red cherries swirl with hints of nettles, spice, herbs, mint and cinnamon" - Tyson Stelzer, 95 points  $175.00 per bottle

2001 Cullen Diana Madeline Cabernet Merlot     "Wonderful wine, elegant and yet concentrated, deep and yet light on its feet, drinking superbly right now at 17 years. There are complex bottle-developed aroma notes to the bouquet and the wine is elegant, medium to full-bodied and beautifully balanced. No sign of greenness. A top vintage of this wine" - Huon Hooke, 97 points (Tasted Jan 2018); "It's heady and opulent, succulent and meaty, and offers a simply unreal length and persistence of exaggerated fruit" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; "It's not until the wine hits your tongue though that its greatness is revealed - or inferred. In short, it's dramatically structured, with a palate that's brooding and powerful and wrenched tight, with finegrained tannins that rattle right back through the palate in classical style and in doing so bolt its rage of blackcurrant/black cherried fruit rigidly in place. This is a tremendous, statuesque, upstanding wine that shuns cuddly generousity and likeability for the sake of a commanding sense of respect. It's a lesson in how a superior, young, ageworthy cabernet should look" - The Wine Front, 97 points; "... one of the best wines ever produced in Australia . Rating? Who needs one with a wine like this!" - www.torbwine.com; "Its sheer class shines through the trappings of extreme youth, a controlled explosion of blackcurrant, spice and blackberry, ripe tannins and French oak" - James Halliday, 96 points; "This is without question one of the really great Cullen cabernets... The palate has wonderful persistence of flavour and length. Ripe, fine-grained and supple tannins round out a wine that is elegant and concentrated and that will keep improving for many years. This is one of the year's very best wines" - Philip Rich, AFR Top 20 Wines of 2003     $190.00 per bottle

1999 Cullen Diana Madeline Cabernet Merlot   "Sumptuous, opulent palate of remarkable depth and drive, saturated with concentrated, juicy berry cabernet, black cherry/tobacco merlot influences and cedar/mocha oak. Framed by firm, tightly knit tannins, it finishes long and persistent, with lingering dusty, minty nuances" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; "The powerful but pristine bouquet proclaims the blackberry/blackcurrant/cassis fruit of the palate framed by the inimitable Cullen tannins which run through from the mid-palate to the finish" - James Halliday, 96 points ;  "This is an absolutely brilliant wine. It possesses the elusive qualities of violets, so often likened to Chateau Margaux. The palate is opulent, but has a superbly fine structure and shows perfectly handled oak" Winewise; "A Medoc-style classic in the making" - The Age Uncorked; "Dense, opaque and impressive pure berry fruit with great concentration of cassis and a touch of mint,really good ripe fruit on the palate, superbly controlled style despite the power" - Decanter Magazine   $190.00 per bottle

1996 Cullen Diana Madeline Cabernet Merlot    James Halliday - 95 points; Jeremy Oliver - 95 points   $190.00 per bottle

2006 Dalwhinnie Cabernet Sauvignon   "Probably the finest Cabernet Sauvignon we have ever made, even better than the 2004" - David Jones; "A layered, complex wine" - James Halliday, 94 points; "Well structured cabernet of inherent class" - The Wine Front, 93 points $67.95 per bottle

2004 Dalwhinnie Cabernet Sauvignon    "A superb cabernet... it's sumptuous and deeply layered... Beautifully complete, balanced and very stable; set for the long term" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; Tyson Stelzer - 96 points; James Halliday - 95 points; The Wine Front - 94 points    $74.95 per bottle

2003 Dalwhinnie Cabernet Sauvignon    Jeremy Oliver 90 points    $65.00 per bottle

2002 Dalwhinnie Cabernet Sauvignon       James Halliday - 92 points; Jeremy Oliver - 92 points  $79.95 per bottle

2004 Dog Ridge Digs Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon       A magnificent McLaren Vale cabernet from a block of low-yielding 60 year-old vines    $29.95 per bottle

2002 Dog Ridge DV3 Cabernet Sauvignon    "Outstanding McLaren Vale cabernet... A deep, muscular, well structured cabernet with good varietal fruit, a lick of chocolate, lovely fleshy richness and a nice grip to finish. A long-termer" - Huon Hooke; "The palate is rich and supple, with sweet blackcurrant, chocolate, vanilla and spice" - James Halliday, 92 points; "Ample in weight; almost seamless with a supple consistency the tannins are smooth but the wine is deceptively well balanced with a structure solid. Good quality fruit is the driving force in this wine" - Torbwine.com ****      $39.95 per bottle

2004 Dog Ridge Original Plantings Cabernet Sauvignon     A tour de force, made from a tiny block of pre-clonal original plantings in the 1940's; only 40 dozen produced     $79.95 per bottle

2006 Dog Ridge Square Cut Cabernet Sauvignon      Delicious cabernet from old vines; "Supple blackcurrant fruit on a feather bed of downy tannins; very long finish and aftertaste" - James Halliday, 93 points; "This wine has a brooding quality. Firm cherry skin and cassis flavors are brightened by juicy acidity... More tangy red berry flavors come up on the finish, which is refreshingly brisk, dry and long" - Stephen Tanzer, 90 points    $26.95 per bottle

2010 Dog Ridge 'The Pup' Cabernet Merlot      Sensational value for the price... dense, dark berry fruits flood the palate... long, dusty smoke finish, lovely texture and juicy mouthfeel contribute to a fleshy and mouthfilling wine that has universal appeal. Silky smooth and moreish.    $19.95 per bottle

2019 Duke's Magpie Hill Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon      "As with previous years, this is super-concentrated: amazing that so much flavour can be packed into a glass. Astoundingly powerful fruit, matched by the seamless integration of oak and structure. The tannins are fine, almost subliminal, and hold the fruit in check from start to finish. The natural acidity from both the cooler growing area and vintage is impressively juicy, wrapping up a sensational package. Supple, generous, layered and lingering. What a wine" - Erin Larkin (Halliday Wine Companion), 97 points      $44.95 per bottle

2018 Duke's Magpie Hill Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon      "A superb cabernet that will be calling the shots for decades to come. Its richness is spectacular because it parallels the wine's power. Endless peaks of supple blackcurrant and cassis make light of the varietal tannins that can dog cabernet. The price rendered me speechless" - James Halliday, 98 points; "The oak is on centre stage (35% new French), although the fruit weight behind it is significant. Ripe. Saturating. Concentrated. Cassis and raspberry mingle with mulberry and there is a creaminess here too…" - Erin Larkin, 96 points; "Elegant and perfectly ripe - French oak adding spice and providing the platform for exceptional fruit to shine. This is a glorious wine. Huge respect for winemaking here" - Nick Butler, 95 points      $54.95 per bottle

2017 Duke's Magpie Hill Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon      "Like the single vineyard wine in many ways with the sweet core of bright black and red fruit, that gives that bright fresh acidity, but with added depth, concentration of fruit. Tannins are similarly very fine and soft. Lovely and plush" - James Halliday, 95 points      $44.95 per bottle

1998 Fermoy Estate Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon       $56.50 per bottle  

2009 Ferngrove Majestic Cabernet Sauvignon     The most consistent and best value cabernet to come out of Western Australia; multi-layered palate with great structure, length and finesse; precisely articulated cabernet expression; "Lovely balance and poise. This wine reeks of class... The palate is very complete, with superb fruit in evidence...The best value wine here!" - Fine Wine Club, 18.0/18.5 points out of 20; "Stylish, elegant, finely balanced and tightly focused... dense, youthful and briary cabernet... with intense primary fruit ... finishing long and willowy... Likely to become smoky and cigarboxy with time" - Jeremy Oliver, 93 points      $28.95 per bottle

2007 Ferngrove Majestic Cabernet Sauvignon     TROPHY for BEST CABERNET SAUVIGNON OF THE 2008 PERTH WINE SHOW (including wines from the stunning 2007 WA vintage); James Halliday - 94 points; "Long, smooth and fine-grained, its firmish palate of slightly minty small berries and cassis is sweetly ripened, juicy and seamlessly integrated with fresh oak and dusty tannins. It finishes with length, freshness and balance" - Jeremy Oliver, 93 points; "It's a quality wine" - The Wine Front, 93 points; "I believe they stand as great a chance as any of becoming tomorrow's icons" - Jeremy Oliver      $32.95 per bottle

2001 Ferngrove The Stirlings    A wine of great structure, length and finesse - one for the classicists; "Stylish mix of red and black fruits, dark chocolate and fine, ripe tannins... Very impressive Bordeaux style" - James Halliday, 95 points; "This is definitely one to keep for a while but it will produce results" - Winewise, Highly Recommended;  Five Emerging Classic Wineries - Jeremy Oliver    $49.95 per bottle

1999 Gartner Family Cabernet Sauvignon        "Quality tar-and-blackcurrant-and-mint fruit. The palate is long and fine and thrillingly intense. A great wine and despite vintage hype, better than its 1998 version. Buy it" - The Wine Front, 94 points; "Stunner. It's a dense, fleshy wine with marvellous structure and oodles of style... a smooth powerful palate" - The Age Uncorked  *****    $39.95 per bottle

2002 Giaconda Cabernet Sauvignon       "It's smooth and pliant with a beautiful spread of fine grained tannins, balanced acidity and a finish of exemplary length. A wine of composure and significant cellaring potential" - The Wine Front, 96 points (Tasted Feb 2009); Jeremy Oliver - 95 points; "One of the finest cabernets in the country from that vintage" - Max Allen     $115.00 per bottle

2001 Glenmore Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon   Ian Bell's (ex-winemaker Moss Wood) own label; James Halliday - 92 points     $49.95 per bottle

2001 Green Valley Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon     Made by Moss Wood's Keith Mugford - an absolute cracker     $38.50 per bottle

2016 Handpicked Regional Selections Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon   "An unusually full-bodied Bordeaux blend by Yarra Valley standards, yet the depths of the black fruits are not heavy, and the tannins are precisely structured and balanced. This is a certain 40+ year cellar proposition" - James Halliday, 95 points  $23.95 per bottle

2008 Helen's Hill Estate Single Vineyard Cabernets   "An unusually full-bodied Bordeaux blend by Yarra Valley standards, yet the depths of the black fruits are not heavy, and the tannins are precisely structured and balanced. This is a certain 40+ year cellar proposition" - James Halliday, 95 points  $36.95 per bottle

2006 Helen's Hill Estate Single Vineyard Cabernets     $42.95 per bottle

2013 Henschke Cyril Henschke Cabernet Sauvignon   "Cabernet from the Eden Valley has its own cool personality - and absolute authority... All up, a wine of class and length" - James Halliday, 96 points   $170.00 per bottle

2012 Henschke Cyril Henschke Cabernet Sauvignon   "This is one of the most impressive Cyrils I can remember: very elegant, supple and beautifully balanced... The tannins are supple and melting. A superb wine" - Huon Hooke, 97 points; "This is one of Australia's greatest cabernets, staring down Coonawarra and Margaret River (just for starters)... The real comparison is between this and Mount Mary. It has a purity and elegance that puts it in a class of its own" - James Halliday, 97 points; "Gorgeous blackberry flavours dominate the fruit spectrum with lifts of blackcurrant flowers and lavender adding a wonderful fragrance across the whole passage. More seasoned oak than new encourages elegance and medium weight, the expected varietal tannins have integrated well, and the wine finishes in beautiful, long-lasting harmony" - Tony Love   $180.00 per bottle

2010 Henschke Cyril Henschke Cabernet Sauvignon   "The blend, and the cooler climate of the Eden Valley, lend themselves to this elegant, medium-bodied wine, with a full hand of blackcurrant and forest fruits, integrated French oak, and fine, but persistent and balanced, tannins on the imperiously long finish. This is a particularly good vintage" - James Halliday, 97 points   $180.00 per bottle

2009 Henschke Cyril Henschke Cabernet Sauvignon   "Classic density and power, blackcurrant, superb cedary tannins, harmonious flavour/texture; just enough savoury/earthy notes" - James Halliday, 97 points; "Very, very deep. So deep, so firm and so masculine. Lovely elegant lean palate, dusty tannins. It's a little firm and drying but such a beast, cut with Eden mint. Excellent intensity. Top shelf" - Australian Wine Review, 93 points    $180.00 per bottle

2002 Heritage Steve Hoff Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon      "Rich blackcurrant, blackberry and chocolate on a sumptuous palate" - James Halliday, 94 points; "Big, butch and oaky... but there's also cab sav's unmistakable fragrant, juicy, licorice-and-blackcurrant richness and poise running through it" - Max Allen   $29.95 per bottle

2001 Howard Park Cabernet Sauvignon        "Brilliant, long-flavoured, persistent... Great wines usually require great tannins, and this wine has them in perfect form - it's the kind of magnificence that sets you all a tremor. There's also a rump of black-cored, blackcurrant-and-blackberry fruit... it wants for nothing. ... THE YEARS BEST AUSTRALIAN WINE, BAR NONE" - The Wine Front, 98 points;  "Classy wine; abundant structure... blackcurrant and sweet fruit; long and silky" - James Halliday, 96 points; "This is supreme in every sense. Firm and tight structure of powerful cabernet... with a perfect fruit and oak integration... It's a very classy wine for long-term cellaring" - Ray Jordan, 94 points; "The palate is ripe and succulent but with savoury austerity" - The Age Epicure *****   $99.00 per bottle

2002 Hugh Hamilton The Villian Cabernet Sauvignon        "Particularly impressive, with strong varietal fruit in clear regional style... has lots of depth; a range of blackcurrant, blackberry and chocolate" - James Halliday, 94 points   $32.95 per bottle

1998 Hugo McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon        "Particularly impressive, with strong varietal fruit in clear regional style... has lots of depth; a range of blackcurrant, blackberry and chocolate" - James Halliday, 94 points   $34.95 per bottle

2004 Jacobs Creek St Hugo Cabernet Sauvignon   "The classic 2004 vintage has delivered an exemplary cabernet suited to long-term cellaring... deep and penetrative flavour... Long and smooth, it's finely shaped and balanced, delivering succulent dark fruit" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "Thought it was outstanding... Reserve, character, and structure... A classical Coonawarra cabernet" - The Wine Front, 93 points; Gourmet Traveller Wine *****; "Coonawarra cabernet at its very best" - Jeff Gordon, Best Wines for 2007 over $20; "Finishes long and fresh. This is a wine that shows elegance and restraint" - Winorama, 91 points  $49.50 per bottle

2001 Jamiesons Run Alexander Block Cabernet Sauvignon       "Potent and powerful; pristine earthy, blackcurrant cabernet in classic regional style; uncompromising; needs many years" - James Halliday, 94 points    $43.95 per bottle

2002 Jamiesons Run O'Dea's Block Cabernet Sauvignon       "Massively powerful and deep blackcurrant... Needs decades " - James Halliday, 91 points    $39.95 per bottle

2001 Juniper Estate Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon     "Perfectly modulated and balanced; generous fruit, oak and tannins" - James Halliday, 95 points; "From twenty-eight-year-old estate plantings... A great vintage in Margaret River has created a wine of sublime structure and intense frui... tight tannins, fine acidity and a neverending-story of a finish. A great, age-worthy Margaret River cabernet" - Tyson Stelzer, 94 points; "A world standard bargain... top-notch Margaret River cabernet tattooed across its forehead... Outstanding wine and outstanding value" - The Wine Front, 93 points; "An elegant but powerful regionally styled cabernet with a sweet berry core. Very stylish and worth cellaring" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, 93 points*****; "The palate flavours are balanced, well structured and long... Margaret River and cabernet sauvignon at its best" - John Hanley; "Dense cassis and dark plum flavours, velvety texture and fine ripe tannins" - Peter Forrestal; "The palate has a lean, elegant Cabernet profile, with good depth and a sweet-fruit core, good line and length - Huon Hooke    $39.95 per bottle

1999 Katnook Estate Cabernet Sauvignon     "Fine-grained, long and elegant caberne... plush, succulent yet clearly directed long palate. A wine with poise and style, certainly one of the best from 1999" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "A superb wine" - Top 100 of the Sydney Wine Competition; "Another knockout cab from Katnook... full-bodied and concentrated- but tremendously elegant. A wine of great-style and personality"- Penguin Wine Guide *****; "Ripe, blackberry flavours. Very good Cabernet and very good with the food... a superb wine"- Sydney International Wine Competition Top 100; "A classic cedary, fine and long-flavoured Coonawarra" - Gourmet Traveller Wine    $69.95 per bottle

1998 Katnook Estate Cabernet Sauvignon     "Yet another Katnook red straight from the top drawer. It's a complex, sophisticated package whose vibrant flavours of violets and dark fruit marry perfectly with smoky mocha and cedar oak qualities. Powerful yet very supple and elegant, it reveals great depth and restraint" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "The palate has very good texture and structure, blackcurrant fruit coming to the fore" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Full body and lots of stuffing... wonderful concentration... finesse, allied with power" - Gourmet Traveller Wine    $75.00 per bottle

2001 Lakes Folly Cabernets     "JEREMY OLIVER'S WINE OF THE YEAR FOR 2003; "Perhaps the estate's best yet: pristine and translucent, a fine, elegant cabernet blend of exceptional length and fineness. It's deeply fragrant and perfumed, with a smooth, satiny palate... An astonishing wine" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points; "A great vintage of Lake's Folly Cabernets, exuding black and red currant fruit... It finishes very long with fine firm tannins which scream out to be left in the cellar" - Tyson Stelzer, 94 points   $135.00 per bottle

2005 Leconfield Cabernet Sauvignon     "Masses of activity the moment the wine enters the mouth; sweet blackcurrant fruit swirling around savoury, but ripe tannins; good oak" - James Halliday, 92 points; "Here's your classic case of a big, juicy blackcurrant, mint and chocolate cabernet... absolutely gorgeous" - Tony Love, 92 points; Paddy Kendler *****     $34.95 per bottle

2001 Leeuwin Estate Art Series Cabernet Sauvignon    Michael Apstein - 96 points; "Focused and concentrated blackcurrant and blackberry fruit, with lingering tannins to underwrite a long life. One of the very best ever under this label" - James Halliday, 94 points; "Outstanding... Enjoy this beauty over the next decade" - Robert Parker, 91+ points     $69.95 per bottle

2000 Leeuwin Estate Art Series Cabernet Sauvignon  Michael Apstein - 95 points; "It's slick, juicy, alive and luxurious, with all its myriad components already melding into a seamless, silky smooth elixir" - Philip White, 95 points; "Finishes long and subtle, with very fine tannins, a suggestion of chocolaty oak, and lingering sweet fruit. A very good showing" - Stephen Tanzer, 92 points  $57.95 per bottle

1998 Lindemans Pyrus      "Very stylish and elegan... bright, shapely and crystal-clear palate of pure red and black fruits... it's an accomplished, finely crafted and willowy wine" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "The wine has good structure thanks to clearly defined but ripe tannins, and will (by the standards of Pyrus) be long livedJames Halliday - 94 points; "Bags of potential lurking in the deep sweet fruits... rich, deep, fruity and ripe on the palate... highly appealing and skilfully balanced" -  Sydney International Wine Competition   $64.95 per bottle

1996 Lindemans Pyrus      $59.95 per bottle

1992 Lindemans Pyrus      $59.95 per bottle

1998 Lindemans St George Cabernet Sauvignon        "Very elegant and fine... a deep core of bright ripe dark berries and plums. Excellent silky texture, grainy tannins, fruit sweetness and intensity" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "The varietal character is clearly defined... tightly knit palate" - James Halliday, 94 points    $64.95 per bottle

1996 Lindemans St George Cabernet Sauvignon        Jeremy Oliver 94 points    $64.95 per bottle

1995 Lindemans St George Cabernet Sauvignon        Jeremy Oliver 94 points; James Halliday - 91 points $63.95 per bottle

1994 Lindemans St George Cabernet Sauvignon        Jeremy Oliver 94 points    $68.95 per bottle

2005 Majella Cabernet Sauvignon    Multiple Trophy Winner (including 'Best Cabernet in the World'); "Seductive and sumptuous cassis and blackcurrant fruit with ripe, silky tannins giving great mouthfeel" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Powerful, closed and brooding... its vibrant and concentrated expression of dark cherries, dark plums and cassis is long and youthful, firm and refined" - Jeremy Oliver, 93 points; "2005 is clearly a very strong vintage. The fruit has an extra degree of purity to it. This wine is spotless, generous, gorgeously curranty and yet lengthy and tannic... I love the elegance here" - The Wine Front, 93 points; "A big round ball of ripe Coonawarra fruit with rich creamy tannins and quite remarkable length of flavour... It's a winner" - Winorama, 93+ points; "A wine with finesse, structure and excellent mouthfeel" - Winestate  *****    $45.95 per bottle

2004 Majella Cabernet Sauvignon    Multiple Trophy Winner; "A blinder Cabernet" - Chris Shanahan; "A delicious wine, with an abundance of blackcurrant and cassis fruit... plenty of depth" - James Halliday, 95 points; "This is one of the best Cabernet Sauvignon's I have tasted this year. It has the two main things you look for... balance and drinkability" - Paul Ippolito, 94 points;  "A terrific marriage of oak and frui... quite a lot of style, and it's gone into the bottle beautifully" - The Wine Front, 93 points; "A long, fine and elegant palate. Its intense and expressive blackberry and dark plum flavours are tightly knit" - Jeremy Oliver, 93 points; "On the palate rich and full bodied... It is a beautiful and deeply satisfying wine" - Winorama, 93 points  $49.95 per bottle

2003 Majella Cabernet Sauvignon    "Reach for the highlighter, get out the shopping list, this is one wine you've just gotta get your hands on... one of its most remarkable releases to date... Wow! Wow! Wow! Scintillating black currant fruit... a palate of glorious morello cherry acidity, very tight tannins and phenomenal length" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "Spotlessly clean; a fine, long, supple palate driven by fresh, cassis-accented fruit" - James Halliday, 94 points; "Step up to the plate, this is a goodun... I like it. I bought some" - The Wine Front, 92 points; "A classy wine, this is the best Cabernet at this price point that I can remember" - Ric Einstein   $49.95 per bottle

2000 Majella Cabernet Sauvignon        Multi Trophy winner (including Stoddart Trophy); "Complex. Terrifically integrated. Ripe blackberry and blackcurrant fruit... a terrifically aromatic wine. In the mouth it's poised and correctly positioned" - The Wine Front, 96 points; "A palate offering a mix of power and restraint" - James Halliday, 94 points; "These wines are a mind-blowing experience that every Australian wine lover should actively seek out... Intense black currants are the highlight... a structured, long palate" - Tyson Stelzer, 94 points; "The 2000 was both richer and more concentrated (than the '98)... Yum! A seductive youthful wine, well composed and just needing time" - Australian Gourmet Traveller Wine, Top 10 Australian Cabernet Sauvignons; "A rich and satisfying Coonawarra cabernet of generous proportions... No hurry at all. Delicious" - Winorama, 93 points    $56.95 per bottle

1999 Majella Cabernet Sauvignon        "The 1999 will rank among the longest-lived of them all, the cool vintage conditions lending a leafy element to its exciting red berry fruit. This is a wine of great length and very firm and tight tannins" - Tyson Stelzer, 94 points; "One of Australia's classiest Cabernets... The 1999 is bright, juicy and beautifully focused" - Wine Spectator, 91 points (90-94 pts outstanding); "This is Coonawarra cabernet at its best, possessing all the hallmarks of quality and greatness... Rich blackcurrant and cassis characters permeate the palate, combining beautifully with the oak to produce a wonderfully rich, velvety texture" - Australian Gourmet Traveller Wine    $59.95 per bottle

1999 Majella Malleea      Tyson Stelzer - 94 points; James Halliday - 94 points    $79.95 per bottle

2004 Mamre Brook Cabernet Sauvignon        "A stunningly varietal and perfumed cabernet... fine and pristine palate... There's suppleness and softness about this stylish and exceptionally varietal wine" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; James Halliday - 94 points; "Stunning aromatics truly... . It slowly unwinds in the glass evolving all those typical Cabernet features with a long delicious finish" - Paul Ippolito, 93 points; The Wine Front - 91 points    $39.95 per bottle

2002 Mamre Brook Cabernet Sauvignon        "A superb Barossa cabernet of exceptional elegance and longevity... Tightly defined, smooth and harmonious, it bursts with intense cassis, blackberry and plum flavours, intertwined around a spine of fine, firm tannins. Excellent length and balance" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "This is one of the very few wines that I'd recommend that you buy more than a dozen bottles of" - The Wine Front, 93 points; Stoddart Trophy; "One of the best Mamre Brook cabernets to ever be created... dark, concentrated wine...Exceptional value" - Tyson Stelzer, 93 points     $39.95 per bottle

2003 Mildara Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon       James Halliday - 93 points; "Typically fine and stylish Coonawarra cabernet" - Jeremy Oliver, 92 points; "The length of finish of blackcurrant just lingers and lingers on the back palate and goes on and on" - Paul Ippolito; Tyson Stelzer - 91 points       $32.95 per bottle

2007 Mills Reef Elspeth Hawkes Bay Cabernet Merlot      TROPHY BEST CABERNET OR MERLOT/CABERNET BLEND - 2009 AIR NEW ZEALAND WINE AWARDS (judged across three outstanding vintages of 2005 to 2007); "The aristocrat of the red wine styles" - Judges Comments; "Very serious blended red... Layers of flavour reveal a wine of considerable power and complexity. Excellent cellaring potential" - Bob Campbell MW, 94 points       $49.95 per bottle

2002 Mitolo "Serpico" McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon        Made in the tradition of Amarone; "A palate with excellent structure, mouthfeel and balance, those layered flavours again coming to the fore. Made in full-on Amarone style" - James Halliday, 94 points; "Great intensity, power, and richness in addition to surprisingly good balance... fascinating effort" - Robert Parker, 93 points; "Brooding, dense, complex, lingering... should develop slowly in bottle wonderfully for a decade or more" - Max Allen,    $79.00 per bottle

2001 Moss Brothers Cabernet Merlot      One of the very best from the great 2001 vintage in Margaret River     $37.95 per bottle

1999 Moss Brothers Cabernet Merlot     "An outstanding wine, with great balance... The richly textured and structured palate lives up to the bouquet in every way" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Virtual giant of a wine... Whenever you choose to pull the cork, order the best aged-beef your budget allows" - Bill Thompson; "It's fresh, audacious, smooth and alluring" - Philip White    $59.95 per bottle

2008 Moss Wood Amy's Cabernet Sauvignon  "Immaculate texture and structure is outstanding" - James Halliday, 96 points; "This delivers big-time on the elegance stakes and yet also is a vibrant youthful star of a red blend, that will develop into a real winner with a few years under its belt" - Paul Ippolito, 94 points   $44.95 per bottle

2005 Moss Wood Amy's Cabernet Sauvignon     Top 100 Wines (18.5/20 points) - Peter Forrestal; Gourmet Traveller Wine ***** Best Buy Wines Under $30; Mike Frost - 92 points; The Wine Front - 91 points; Epicure Uncorked ****(*)    $49.95 per bottle

2016 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon     "A luscious, plush cabernet, its voluptuous palate trimmed by dry herbs and foresty notes. A great vintage maximised by the thoughtful vinification" - James Halliday, 99 points & Best Cabernet Sauvignon for 2021; "The latest Moss Wood 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon is as close as can be to the greatest yet in this distinguished line. From the first sniff to the last lick of the lips you will be captivated by its engaging expression of cabernet. Vibrancy, purity and energy burst from the perfectly formed palate. A stunning Moss Wood that captures the elements of this vintage perfectly" - Ray Jordan, 99 points; "A fragrant, almost floral cabernet, the elegance of the nose reflected on the palate, which is medium to full-bodied and juicy, delicious and finely-textured. A lovely wine, already drinking well, and a lighter vintage for this maker - but gorgeous" - Huon Hooke, 98 points; "Delicious cabernet, with an appealing core of sweet, ripe blackcurrant and blackberry with subtle spice, cedar and nutty oak characters. This is a seriously good red wine that can be enjoyed now but promises to be sensational after at least 5-6 years of bottle age" - Bob Campbell MW, 96 points    $125.00 per bottle

2015 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon     "The palate intense and fresh, clean and lively, with brilliant depth of dark and red berry fruit flavours. The acidity is refreshing on the finish and the tannins are firm and upright. This seems to be a more elegant style of Moss Wood, but still concentrated, and a long-term keeper. This is a great Moss Wood cabernet" - Huon Hooke - 98 points; "Another exceptional cabernet sauvignon from this wonderful vineyard... A wonderful statement of cabernet at its best. It will handle very long cellaring" - Ray Jordan, 98 points; "The palate is still bracing and fresh, cassis and redcurrant on the same page. These different personas are simply an intermediate stage before the wine moves on to a lingering plateau measured in decades not years" - James Halliday, 97 points & Top 100 Wines for 2018; "The word that best sums up 2015 Moss Wood Cabernet is 'suave'. This is an exceptionally beautiful wine with less exuberance and fruit intensity than the thrilling 2014 but, perhaps, more in the way of fine detail and restraint... I believe that this wine will age for twenty-five or thirty years with ease... Buy all you can." Matthew Jukes, 100 Best Australian Wines 2018    $125.00 per bottle

2008 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon     "From the very moment that this all-pervading wines was poured it transfixed my wife and me and we were powerless to refuse its divine right to a position in this 100. Is this the finest Moss Wood Cabernet ever? Yes" - Matthew Jukes, 100 Best Australian Wines 2010; "A distinguished vintage for this Margaret River blue blood wine, medium-bodied but with innate complexity; fine savoury tannins run through the black fruits and cassis of the palate, putting structure in place so subtly you can barely notice it, nor the length of the palate" - James Halliday, 96 points; Keith Mugford, Vintage Rating 9/10    $145.00 per bottle

2005 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon     "This is my idea of a beautiful red wine. It's an essay in elegance and harmony... It strikes a perfect balance between concentration and restraint, resulting in elegance and intensity" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "This is a blinder... It has smooth texture and real length... One of the best Moss Wood cabernets I have consumed" - The Wine Front, 96 points; "Easily the best since the mighty 2001 vintage... A gorgeous smelling wine... In the mouth quiet authority and grace is the order of the day... Long and satisfying this is a wine of rare balance and significant ageing potential" - Winorama, 96 points; Ray Jordan - 96 points; "The density of Cabernet fruit in Moss Wood 2005 is truly staggering" - Matthew Jukes, 100 Best Australian Wines 2008; ""A classic, pure, autocratic portrayal of cabernet" - James Halliday, 95 points; "It's an absolute beauty... A wine of beautiful grace, balance and restraint... it's all here, the full gamut of quintessential Cabernet flavour and aroma... It has a storied and glorious life ahead of it" - Grant Dodd, 95 points; "It's one of the vineyard's finest. My heart says 2001 yet, in reality, the 2005 is at least as good" - Keith Mugford, Vintage Rating 10/10    $160.00 per bottle

2004 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon     "Palate is seamless and perfectly balanced with expertly woven oak. You will easily get 20-plus years out of this wine" - Ray Jordan, 96 points; "This already opulent, textured and delicious wine will reward even another 10 years cellaring" - Philip Rich Top 20 Wines of 2007; James Halliday - 95 points; "Long-termer. Impeccably balanced... Really classy wine" - The Wine Front, 94 points; Jeremy Oliver 93 points; "Classy" - Epicure Uncorked *****; "It's ripe, soft and yummy" - Keith Mugford, Vintage Rating 9/10    $155.00 per bottle

2003 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon      "It's chocolatey and lush in dark-fruit cabernet flavours, while the structure is deep, dense and sumptuous. Cellar: 15+ years" - Huon Hooke, 97 points; "Luxuriantly smooth, this deeply fragrant, firmly structured, plush and seamless wine marries deep, ripe fruit with superb oak and tannin" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points; "Beautifully varietal, with excellent fruit concentration and balanced oak" - Gourmet Traveller Wine *****; "Long, flowing palate - the wine glides across the tongue to a firm, brilliantly balanced finish. Stylish, seductive and flaunting the sexiest tannins in Margaret River, the pedigree of the vineyard shines through. Yep, it's drop dead gorgeous " - Divine Magazine; Keith Mugford - Vintage Rating 9/10    $155.00 per bottle

2002 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon      "A fine-grained, more elegant and tightly knit cabernet than has been released under this label for some vintages" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "A beautiful, subtle, cool-year cabernet... ripe, intense and complete" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, 95 points *****; "A tightly-wound, black-currant-fruited cabernet of refinement and class" - Tyson Stelzer, 94 points; "The length getting longer and longer and the flavours rounder and rounder. By the end of the bottle, I was stunned. Man, what a wine!" - Wine Without Wank, Outstanding Quality       $155.00 per bottle

2000 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon        "Its rich, voluptuous palate presents a plushness and opulence rare in Australian cabernet" - Jeremy Oliver, 93 points; Keith Mugford - Vintage Rating 9/10    $155.00 per bottle

1998 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon        Halliday's Top 100 of 2001 - 94 points; "Thick, sweet fruit when it hits the palate followed by layers of explosive interest" - Jancis Robinson MW, 18.0 points    $160.00 per bottle

1997 Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon      $155.00 per bottle

2003 Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Vineyard Cabernet Merlot    "A generous and firmly structured cabernet... Long and supple, but overlying a fine-grained structure of genuine strength" - Jeremy Oliver, 93 points  $49.95 per bottle

2001 Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Vineyard Cabernet Merlot     "Elegant, with great structure and mouthfeel" - James Halliday - 93 points; "Beautifully sweet Promite-like exotics, lifts the value of the pure swoon of blackcurrant flavour to a silken, seductive level. This is a delicious Margaret River cabernet merlo... Buy up - this wine, from this vintage, is one of the best value Margaret River cabernets on the market" - Winefront Monthly - 92 points; Jeremy Oliver 92 points $54.95 per bottle

2000 Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Vineyard Cabernet Merlot       "It's a brooding, rustic sleeper of a wine, and although I'd prefer less alcohol, it has polish and complexity" - Jeremy Oliver, 93 points    $49.95 per bottle

2015 Mount Mary Quintet    "Mount Mary has shown over the decades that Quintet develops superbly, and this complex dark berry-flavoured Bordeaux blend will do just that" - James Halliday, 97 points; "Perfumed and pretty with almost succulent small black and red berries, a little vanilla and violet, cedar, tobacco and pencil cases. Medium bodied, delicious boysenberry/blackcurrant flavour, cool minerally acidity, mouth-filling but ultra fine gravelly tannin, that superb Cabernet perfume again, and extreme length closing with an array of red and black berries and refreshingly pure rain-washed acidity. What a wine... and a fraction better it is than either 2012 or 2013, I'd suggest" - Gary Walsh, 96+ points; "The wine is very elegant in the mouth: medium to full-bodied and beautifully balanced, with terrific freshness and verve. The palate's focus is fine and tight, the tannins measured and structural; without being tough or astringent. The finish is long and the wine is seamless, with great line and length. A graceful wine" - Huon Hooke, 97 points   $155.00 per bottle

2014 Mount Mary Quintet    "Just because the Mount Mary wines are famed for their purity, elegance and balance doesn't mean that they eschew power and layered complexity... The rainbow of fresh, vibrant cassis, redcurrant, dried herb and bramble flavours are absolutely exemplary" - James Halliday, 98 points; "It's all just so, and first and last impressions are of a wine of supreme balance, perfect ripeness, and phenomenal length... It drinks beautifully now, and most likely in another thirty years. A new high-water mark for Mount Mary Quintet, I feel" - Gary Walsh, 97+ points; "It's very fruit-driven. The palate is medium-bodied and elegantly crafted, with balance and persistence - red fruits predominating. An understated style, which treads the narrow path of ripeness beautifully" - Huon Hooke, 95 points   $155.00 per bottle

2005 Mount Mary Quintet   "Supremely elegant, stylish and focused, this aristocratic red has a heady, floral perfume of dark cherries, plums, cassis and blackberries backed by scents of violets and dried herbs, dark chocolate/vanilla oak and suggestions of mocha. Sumptuously flavoured but silky-smooth, it's dark-fruited, dusty and savoury, with an intensity that builds steadily towards its palate-staining finish. Framed by fine and beautifully ripened tannins" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points    $170.00 per bottle

2003 Mount Mary Quintet    "Smooth and silky, the palate is round and juicy, delivering a sumptuous expression of vibrant dark cherry and small berry fruit... It's polished and harmoniously balanced, and should develop impressive complexity with bottle-age" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points; "Considerable depth and power to the array of cassis, blackcurrant and blackberry fruit; very good texture and structure; abundant fine tannins and controlled oak" - James Halliday, 94 points   $170.00 per bottle

2002 Mount Mary Quintet    "Very fine, elegant, cool-climate cabernet blend... Smooth and stylish, it's pristine and silky, presenting exceptional length and brightness of fruit" - Jeremy Oliver, 94 points   $165.00 per bottle

2001 Mount Mary Quintet    "Rich, smooth and seamless, almost opulent for a cabernet, it's wonderfully long, harmonious and stylish... For the cellar" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; "Sweet, complex and sophisticated... At once quite suave and impressively concentrated... built to age" - Stephen Tanzer, 94+points   $170.00 per bottle

2000 Mount Mary Quintet    "It is the most exciting young cabernet blend I have ever tasted from Mount Mary... An essay in creamy vinous texture and restrained strength, its palate bursts with dark berry fruits... Perfectly ripe, sumptuous and firm... this benchmark Australian expression of the left bank Bordeaux blend is hard to lay hands on. If you're serious, you'll find a way" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points   $195.00 per bottle

1999 Mount Mary Quintet     "A deluxe, silky-smooth, supremely elegant and complete blend of red Bordeaux varieties of exceptional longevity... a profound core of pure cassis and small red berry fruit. Wonderfully balanced and deftly integrated, it's the complete package" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points   $195.00 per bottle

2009 Noon Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon       "This is a monster of a wine... will be long lived" - Drew Noon   $80.00 per bottle

2004 Noon Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon       "This remarkable Cabernet tastes like a Pauillac on steroids... an exceptionally full-bodied, precise, fresh, and long wine with a finish that lasts nearly a minute. A truly profound Cabernet Sauvignon" - Robert Parker, 96 points   $110.00 per bottle

2002 Noon Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon        "The complex aromatics are followed by a full-bodied wine of compelling purity and nobleness with layers of concentration as well as intensity. One of the most prodigious Australian Cabernet Sauvignons ever made" - Robert Parker, 96 points    $150.00 per bottle

2000 Noon Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon        "This is a great effort displaying first-growth quality... This full-bodied Cabernet builds incrementally in the mouth. The finish lasts for 45 seconds. A magnificent example, its seamlessness and concentration are profound" - Robert Parker, 95 points    $115.00 per bottle

2002 O'Leary Walker Cabernet Merlot      "Brimming with ripe fruit" - James Halliday, 91 points    $21.50 per bottle

2000 O'Leary Walker Cabernet Merlot      "Lovely balance, weight and structure... A benchmark example" - Gourmet Traveller Wine  *****     $21.50 per bottle

2004 Orlando St Hugo Cabernet Sauvignon   "The classic 2004 vintage has delivered an exemplary cabernet suited to long-term cellaring... deep and penetrative flavour... Long and smooth, it's finely shaped and balanced, delivering succulent dark fruit" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "Thought it was outstanding... Reserve, character, and structure... A classical Coonawarra cabernet" - The Wine Front, 93 points; Gourmet Traveller Wine *****; "Coonawarra cabernet at its very best" - Jeff Gordon, Best Wines for 2007 over $20; "Finishes long and fresh. This is a wine that shows elegance and restraint" - Winorama, 91 points  $49.50 per bottle

2004 Parker Estate First Growth Cabernet Blend     "First class. Brilliant wine. Richly fruited, gloriously structured, long and firm and potent. A powerhouse of sophisticated control, the dark fruit authoratitive and the oak masterfully entwined" - The Wine Front, 95 points; "Richly fruited and lavishly oaked... full bodied and enormously concentrated... An essence of Cabernet experience at present but I'll wager this will cellar magnificently" - Winorama, 94+ points   $115.00 per bottle

2012 Parker Estate Terra Rossa Cabernet Sauvignon     "A sensational vintage for one of Coonawarra s great cabernets, maintaining pristine fruit vibrancy and crunchy freshness at four years of age, promising an extremely long life indeed. Ticking every box of varietal and regional precision, perfumed fruit carries long into the finish" - Tyson Stelzer, 95 points; "Clean and bright and appealing, and fully ripe. The tannins are fine and measured, smoothly ripe and powdery. Good persistence and balance. A really lovely cabernet" - Huon Hooke, 94 points   $39.95 per bottle

2004 Parker Estate Terra Rossa Cabernet Sauvignon     "Intense blackberry, plum and cassis-like fruit is handsomely backed by fine-grained oak, finishing with tightness and focus" - Jeremy Oliver, 94 points; "A tight, classic cabernet" - James Halliday, 94 points; "Classic Coonawarra. Beautifully structured, made to age... A complete package. Very good wine" - The Wine Front, 93 points; "Great structure and control" - Ray Jordan, 12 Best Wines; "The wine just explodes with vibrant blackberry and blackcurrant fruit... Time is all it needs" - Jane Faulkners   $42.95 per bottle

2018 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz      "Generously proportioned wine with dense inky cassis, blackberry mulberry fruits, plentiful chocolaty tannins, mocha espresso oak complexity, attractive mid-palate viscosity and superb mineral length. Finishes grainy firm. A classic powerful Bin 389 year with superb fruit complexity, density and attack" - Andrew Caillard MW - 98 points; "Sooty, rich, brooding and powerful, this is an epic Bin 389 and the partnership between the two varieties is sensational... This is a massive score for Bin 389, but it is worth every point thanks to its seamless palate and heroically long finish" - Matthew Jukes, 19+ points out of 20; "This has a very impressively complete feel... So integrated. The palate has a very silky texture, so plush and polished with a wealth of rich and intense dark-plum, dark-berry and blackcurrant flavors. The oak is completely soaked with ripe, fresh fruit. This is a great Bin 389" - Nick Stock - 97 points; "This full-weighted wine boasts all the extract, oomph and Penfolds' attention to detail: glossy colour, impeccably ripe fruit across premium SA zones, generous American oak cladding and clear capacity to age. Meanwhile, the rich accents of South Australia and the quintessential Cabernet / Shiraz blend of mettle and generosity are on full show: black currant, pastille, anise and hedgerow. This will make exceptional old bones" - Ned Goodwin MW, 96 points; "The bouquet is sweetly super-ripe with loads of blackberry jam and fruit sweetness, the palate likewise sumptuously deep in fruit with oak keeping very much in the background. The flavour fills the mouth superbly and continues long into the aftertaste, harmonised by lashings of soft, ripe tannins... Sumptuous fruit sweetness. A ripping wine that seems to be less oak-marked than this wine traditionally is" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "A perennial favourite of mine... It has great colour, and a supple mouthfeel that invests the wine with a hint of elegance, underlined by the fluid, flawless balance, the length a given" - James Halliday, 96 points; "A truly beautiful blend" - Decanter, 96 points    $92.95 per bottle

2017 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz      "Is complex and compelling, the bouquet setting the scene, and the palate filling it. Black fruits, gently vanillan oak, superfine but persistent tannins are but the start" - James Halliday, 97 points; Tony Love - 97 points; "A generously flavoured and classically robust 389... Its deep core of black, red and blue fruit drives long and earthy over a firmish spine of fine, crunchy tannins, easily carrying its handsome but artfully balanced oak. Although already approachable and with no hard edges, it's a long-term classic" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points; Andrew Caillard MW - 96 points; "The pitch, it's perfect. Scrunch gum leaves and super ripe blackcurrant, vanilla cream and red licorice all together and then snap them fresh, and strap them tight. There's tobacco here, there are violets, there's kirsch. It's bold, it's not without elegance, and it's hard not to conclude that it's pretty much bang on" - Campbell Mattinson, 94 points    $97.50 per bottle

2017 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz GIFT BOXED      $100.50 per bottle

2016 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz      "It is tightly structured, with faultless attention to detail - wheels within wheels stuff, but inexorable in sending its black fruits (blackberry, blackcurrant) flavour message" - James Halliday, 97 points; "The great 2015 season has produced a wine as dark, vibrant and enticing as ever. Cabernet and shiraz embrace harmoniously in a confluence of blackcurrant and blackberry depth, magnificently supported by classy dark chocolate American oak. Fine-grained tannins effortlessly yet confidently promise a grand future. Another of the greats in the magnificent lineage of Bin 389" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "It's a wine with a 'wow' introduction. It throws beautiful, beautiful aroma... The palate is true to established form, with blackcurrant and bay leaf notes rigged to a powerful motor of tannin... From every angle this is a belter of a Bin 389. It's best consumed any time between now and the apocalypse, or thereabouts" - The Wine Front, 96 points; Huon Hooke, 95 points    $99.50 per bottle

2016 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz GIFT BOXED      $102.50 per bottle

2015 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz      "It is tightly structured, with faultless attention to detail - wheels within wheels stuff, but inexorable in sending its black fruits (blackberry, blackcurrant) flavour message" - James Halliday, 97 points; "The great 2015 season has produced a wine as dark, vibrant and enticing as ever. Cabernet and shiraz embrace harmoniously in a confluence of blackcurrant and blackberry depth, magnificently supported by classy dark chocolate American oak. Fine-grained tannins effortlessly yet confidently promise a grand future. Another of the greats in the magnificent lineage of Bin 389" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "It's a wine with a 'wow' introduction. It throws beautiful, beautiful aroma... The palate is true to established form, with blackcurrant and bay leaf notes rigged to a powerful motor of tannin... From every angle this is a belter of a Bin 389. It's best consumed any time between now and the apocalypse, or thereabouts" - The Wine Front, 96 points; Huon Hooke, 95 points    $109.95 per bottle

2014 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz      "It's seriously good, its palate of black fruits, licorice, oak and earth held tight by tannins as only Penfolds can make" - James Halliday, 96 points"; A tightly coiled and brilliantly focused Bin 389 of impressive black fruit depth, yet in an engagingly understated and reticent way in its youth... Another standout Bin 389 of grand potential" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "It's a complete wine. It's drenched in fruit and groans with tannin... There's a leafiness, almost a spiciness, but it's gentle, it's seamless. It's powerful but neat; it's silk wrapped around an anvil. No fuss. No hesitation. This release sees Penfolds Bin 389 in top form" - The Wine Front, 96 points; Huon Hooke, 95 points    $115.95 per bottle

2014 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz GIFT BOXED      $118.95 per bottle

2013 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz      "In sheer persistence alone, this goes down among the great vintages of Bin 389. It's one for the cellar, a season of concentration, deep structure and vibrant colour that upholds brightness and promises decades of longevity. Blackcurrant and blackberry fruits meet black plums and liquorice, set against a backdrop of dark chocolate oak. A wall of tannins, fine and firm, securely structured yet polished, coax out a finish of outstanding persistence and impeccable line. Wow" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "This is a very impressive release. Architecture and sumptuous flavour combined... Full bodied, the grip and tannin immediately makes itself known - like the handshake of your typical dominant Aussie bloke - then the savoury beefy dark berried flavour rolls through the mouth and surges through the finish... Tannin and long-term commitment, is the message delivered. It's a seriously good wine" - The Wine Front, 95+ points; "The palate is dense and almost chewy, thickly coated with tannin and filled with a good balance of savoury and fruit notes. The tannins really finish right out and the finale is long. A seriously good 389 for long cellaring" - Huon Hooke, 95 points; "The 'don't mess with me' message is immediate, the bouquet a shower of dark, savoury, earthy aromas, the palate trenchantly full-bodied - yet balanced and utterly persuasive. It needs 5 years to settle down and be friendly, but will handsomely repay patience" - James Halliday, 95 points    $124.95 per bottle

2012 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz     "This will totally blow you away right now as a ravishing Australian style blend with glorious dark fruits and immaculate oak dressing all around and through it. Deep, dark, brooding and poised with all manner of dark exotic spices, once you delve further inti its full-bodied richness you'll find a wonderful mix of dark, spicy fruit, dark chocolate and licorice bullets, even mid-grained tannins and a lively, energetic finish. A stunning beauty. One of my wines of the year so far" - Tony Love, 99 points; "The profound bouquet offers every kind of black fruits imaginable... The palate takes all this, and adds to it with barrel ferment characters introducing licorice and touches of wild herb. This wine fully lives up to the great expectations held of it (and the vintage). Arguably the bargain of the release" - James Halliday, 97 points; "It is plainly apparent from the outset is that this is one of the benchmark, long-lived releases in the grand, 42 year lineage of Bin 389. Do not miss it" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "This 2012 is the Bin 389 Show in all its pomp" - The Wine Front, 95 points    $127.95 per bottle

2010 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz     "Depth and definition of fruit elevate 2010 among the great 389s of all time, displaying immaculate tension between concentration, vibrant lift and structural assuredness that make it both enticing right away and charge it with the stamina to live very long... There is a core of immaculately ripe, sumptuous, even succulent fruit to the palate, yet eminently structured and impeccably poised, with beautifully fine and structurally honed tannins that promise to propel it very long into the future" - Tyson Stelzer, 97 points; "Shares the exceptional depth of purple-crimson colour with the other superstars of this vintage. It is full-bodied, with layer-upon-layer of flavour, yet has a plush, welcoming character" - James Halliday, 96 points; "This wine is very 389, very Penfolds... this tastes like a pinnacle release 389 to me" - Campbell Mattinson, 95+ points    $134.95 per bottle

2009 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz     "An impressive build of ultra-polished, shiny texture that is lusciously fruited and concentrated and formidable... is deeply serious, lashed together with fine, yet steely tannins and flashes of fancy oak... Exceptional, modern 389" - Mike Bennie, 96+ points; "A tightly wound vintage, with understated fruit density, persistence and firm, textural, mouth filling tannins" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "Lovely bouyant, juicy and concentrated dark cherry/ blackberry/ dark chocolate/ aniseed flavours, rich plentiful grainy tannins and underlying malty nuances... Possesses wonderful vinosity and potential for longevity" - Andrew Caillard MW, 96 points; "There is true depth of aroma and flavour in this wine... will cellar brilliantly, but is not likely to get the chance" - James Halliday, 95 points    $134.95 per bottle

2008 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz     "An aristocratic wine that carries on the dynasty of the even-numbered vintage reign of 389, the king of the Bins... That classic 389 backbone of steely, firm, fine tannins will ensure it holds the throne for decades" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "Excellent cellaring potential" - James Halliday, 95 points; "It's rich and ripe with grunty tannin laid on thick delivering a classic 389 mouthful of fruit... has the requisite fruit power and structure to see it age well for decades... An excellent 389" - The Wine Front, 94+ points    $139.95 per bottle

2007 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz     James Halliday - 94 points; "Played well, done good. Top result" - The Wine Front, 93 points    $127.95 per bottle

2006 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz     "An intense and complex wine of great breed" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Fantastic attack of flavour, grip through the finish, balance and harmony. Complete Australian red wine" - The Wine Front, 95 points; Grant Dodd - 94 points    $145.95 per bottle

2005 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz     "Indeed I reckon it's the best since the 1996. It's a wine of immense structured power... A classic in the making" - The Wine Front, 96 points; "A great (and thoroughly Australian) wine" - Winorama, 96 points; "A genuine 389, whose sumptuous depth of vibrant dark fruit knits seamlessly with sweet chestnut/mocha/vanilla oak... Deep and heady, it's scented with violets, liqueured cherries and dried herbs and steeped in flavours of dark plums, blackberries and cassis" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "Super luscious, voluptuous black fruits, with an underlay of red; rippling velvety tannins" - James Halliday, 95 points    $139.95 per bottle

2004 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz     Jeremy Oliver - 95 points; "This is one of the wines of the vintage. It is hard to imagine a finer version of 389 than this 2004. This is a stunning example of the imperial Cab/Shiraz blend and one that I cannot get enough of. In an ideal would you would buy ten cases and then drink one each year for the next decade" - Matthew Jukes, 100 Best Australian Wines 2008; Gary Walsh - 95 points; "A stunning wine, destined for a long and glorious life" - Grant Dodd, 94+ points; James Halliday - 94 points; The Wine Front - 94 points; The Age Epicure *****    $149.95 per bottle

2002 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz     James Halliday - 94 points; Jeremy Oliver - 93 points; Paul Ippolito - 93 points; The Age Epicure *****    $154.95 per bottle

2018 Penfolds Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon   "This must be one of the best 407s yet and is certainly one of the most complete and refined. Has a leafy blackcurrant aroma which says cabernet. Then the palate delivers layers of flavour with black iron stone fruit, a trace of black olive and even a little bay leaf with oyster shell on the finish. Super wine" - Ray Jordan, 96 points; "The complete Cabernet chorus sings its way out of the glass - fruit, leaf and flower, all in perfect harmony. Rich from the outset, it draws together a full body with grace and elegance, while fine tannins sustain the velvet plushness that rolls through. You're left with complex aftertaste that provides exactly what the nose suggests. The circle is complete. An inspiring wine" - Decanter, 96 points; "The varietal precision of this release is something to behold. Crunchy blackcurrants, cassis and violets of pristine purity are consummately framed in cedary oak (mostly French). This is a Bin 407 of exacting engineering, in which deep black fruits, firm, fine tannins and bright acid drive embrace on a finish of impressive carry and endurance. Patience" - Tyson Stelzer, 95 points; "It's pure, it's perfectly well balanced, it has a sweetness to its fruit and a creaminess to its feel but it's tempered by tobacco and peppercorn and it purrs impressive through the finish" - Campbell Mattinson, 94 points; James Halliday - 94 points; " Huon Hooke - 93 points  $99.95 per bottle

2017 Penfolds Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon   "Blackcurrant, dark chocolate and tannins run through the bouquet and palate alike, splitting and reforming in a dance of cassis and spices of all kinds. There is life and energy to spare here" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Bin 407 almost always wins me over... This is a wine of scaffolding as much as it is of flavour; it's light-ish in cabernet terms but for me it's presented more or less exactly as it should be. i.e. it's built to evolve in the bottle" - Campbell Mattinson, 93+ points; "It's full-bodied and again very varietal in its flavour and structure, with a firm entry and finish and lots of soft berry flavour in the centre. It's a bit singular at the moment but will undoubtedly power on and reward cellar-time, evolving more complexity" - Huon Hooke, 91 points  $105.00 per bottle

2016 Penfolds Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon   "A sensational Bin 407 that masterfully articulates varietal precision with outstanding concentration and presence. This is a vintage that will turn heads from the moment it's lobbed into the wine world, and will flatter incrementally as it uncoils over the coming decades. An exact core of bright, crunchy yet oh so dense blackcurrant and cassis fruit is intricately woven in a fine web of magnificently full and enduring tannins. In line, length and sheer jubilation, this is one of the greats in the lineage of 407 and the best buy of the current release collection" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "And then the violets bloomed and the vanilla pods burst and a red sea of cassis gushed into focus. The dust, the bay, the docks of tobacco; you could sit on this and grow old alongside. This shows the Marananga release of the same vintage how to present your house for sale. There's mint in the bathroom and an overflow to the fruit bowl but the end effect puts you at ease and makes you want to buy. Balance. Elegance. Length. We're gliding to the left and we're gliding to the right; the shoes are shined and there's a sheen to them springs. This is a beautiful presentation of cabernet sauvignon" - Campbell Mattinson, 95 points; "The wine is full-bodied and the tannins are very assertive, coating the entire mouth and leaving a drying sensation that lingers. There are smoky, mocha and graphite touches on the aftertaste. The farewell lingers for a long time. This is a long-term Bin 407" - Huon Hooke, 95 points  $108.95 per bottle

2015 Penfolds Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon   "The bouquet is utterly convincing, as is the genetic expression of cabernet sauvignon on the long, powerful, medium-bodied palate - which brings with it a silver platter of cabernet tannins" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Pure cabernet... It puts on a powerful display of flavour in pure, long, elegant form... It just has that balance, that form, that key set of cabernet components. Perfume, power, pull-through of tannin, persistence" - Campbell Mattinson - 95 points; Tyson Stelzer - 94 points  $125.00 per bottle

2014 Penfolds Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon   James Halliday, 96 points; "The palate is likewise flooded with berry fruit and cabernet character, with purity and freshness, and less oak, as well as less of the typical Penfolds barrel-matured personality traits. At the same time, there is a wealth of tannin supplying backbone and contributing to length. Powerful and impressive, if a little less complex but then it's just a baby. Bin 407 continues to get more and more serious" - Huon Hooke, 95 points; Tyson Stelzer - 94 points; Campbell Mattinson - 93 points  $130.00 per bottle

2013 Penfolds Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon   "Another grand release in the great lineage of 407, this is an impeccably varietal cabernet of intricately engineered structure and incredible longevity. Blackcurrant and cassis fruit are framed skilfully in lively acidity and the dark chocolate and coffee of classy French and American oak" - Tyson Stelzer, 95 points; "Unquestioned varietal character from the first whiff through to the finish and aftertaste. It has elegance, balance and a restrained mediumbodied persona" - James Halliday, 95 points  $135.00 per bottle

2009 Penfolds Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon   "So much dusty flavour and tannin here. Incredibly varietal. Blackcurrant, mulberries and briar-bush... Real fan of this. Real cabernet; structured but not overdone. Long, dusty, sinewy length. Not an opulent wine; this is not a wine for the fruit tarts. It's simply a wine of class and purity and varietal integrity" - Campbell Mattinson, 94 points     $142.00 per bottle

2006 Penfolds Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon   "Length and depth all bang on. Fabulous wine. Emphatic approval" - Gary Walsh, 94 points; "Real length too, and real potential" - Campbell Mattinson, 93 points     $149.00 per bottle

2004 Penfolds Bin 60A Cabernet Shiraz     Lisa Perrotti-Brown - 99+ points; "This brilliant wine actually delivers on the stellar expectations encouraged by its label. When it really opens up, it will be something to behold. And to drink..." - Jeremy Oliver, 98 points; "Perfectly structured and balanced, this is a very great wine" - James Halliday ; "Rich and massively full, fruit sweet and decadent in the mouth. Most impressive wine. Majestic. Lumdoocious. Gorgeous flavour and sweetness of fruit balanced by masses of tannins, smooth and supple. Enormous length. Great wine indeed" - Huon Hooke, 98 points; "Seemingly the 2004 has every bit as much potential as the 1962… This stunning blend should have a minimum of three decades of aging potential and be a true collector's item for many years to come" - Robert Parker, 98 points    $990.00 per bottle

2016 Penfolds Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon     "Insanely serious and awesomely long, this is a stupendous Bin 707... This wine is a work of rare art and it could only come from Australia. The nose alone is worth the money. The tannins make me want to weep with joy. In between the flavour opens gradually revealing every single facet of this grape's spectacular charms. It is a perfect wine and it is also a perfect Cabernet. It is also more forward than you would believe for a wine of this calibre and this is testament to the epic quality of the fruit" - Matthew Jukes, 100 points; "Massively concentrated blockbuster wine with intense blackcurrant, praline, mocha aromas with paneforte, aniseed notes. Plush, richly flavoured palate with dense blackcurrant, dried plum, paneforte flavours, fine plentiful grainy slightly al dente tannins, astonishing mid-palate richness and mocha, sweet malty oak notes. Generous, multi-layered and complex with impressive vim and vigour. Finishes firm and tight with a dense plume of fine tannins. This has a long way to go before it reaches drinking age. Amazing density, dimension, extract and impact... A classic and monumental Bin 707; a Grange Cabernet!" - Andrew Caillard MW, 100 points; "It's full-bodied and rich, with a velvety mouthfeel, great intensity and super length. Yes, it's embryonic, but it's not unapproachable, much like any other high-quality New World Cabernet these days, with the ability to age for two decades or more" - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, 98 points; "It's big, powerful and sleek; you could fly to London in this. It has the tannin handshake of a hero and such bulging arms of fruit that they'd do a gaol gym rat proud. Of all the wines tasted on the day this was the one I drained the most; my lips were locked to the rim. It wasn't me, it was the wine. It's compelling. Iron fists always are" - Campbell Mattinson, 97 points   $650.00 per bottle

2015 Penfolds Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon     "Plush and velvety in texture, with superb energy, tension, density and mineral length. A perfectly balanced cabernet sauvignon defining the hallmarks of brilliant vineyard sourcing and 19th Century colonial vinestock material selections. Glorious wine" - Andrew Caillard MW, 99 points; "Incredible density and concentration, chewy but supple texture, the finish endless and savoury, unfolding more every time it's sipped. The complexity of the wine almost defies description. Just about any positive red wine adjective applies. It's not about cabernet varietal character, just great red wine character. Tremendous length and balance: it's a wine which will live for decades and keep revealing more and more" - Huon Hooke, 98 points; "This is satiny cabernet, chocked with fruit and oak but with more than a passing nod to elegance. Tannin is the thing; it's so neatly folded into the flavour. Length here is quite phenomenal. Quality here is as clear as a bright blue sky" - Campbell Mattinson, 96 points; James Halliday - 95 points   $650.00 per bottle

2012 Penfolds Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon       "The cabernet of this wine marries with the American oak, providing the ultimate Christmas cake of aromas and flavours; one of its great strengths is the tannin structure that gives the wine its exceptional length (and mouthfeel along the way)" - James Halliday, 98 points; "The palate is very full-bodied and dense, concentrated and rich, the core of sweet blackberry and blackcurrant fruit surrounded by an amplitude of tannin. It has tremendous depth and persistence, and a finish that is smooth and harmonious. It's great to see a young 707 in which the fruit is doing most of the talking... Spectacular stuff" - Huon Hooke, 97 points; "Classic, inimitable, signature 707: blockbuster and towering, yet focused and controlled, packed with all manner of density and exacting varietal definition of black- and redcurrants, cassis, cedar, tobacco and violets, even a hint of mint, over a solid core of dark chocolate American oak. Density is impenetrable... Its energy, poise and super fine, commandingly structured tannins furnish an epic future" - Tyson Stelzer, 97 points; "This classical expression of the Penfolds house style should cellar superbly... Long and luscious, it's steeped in palate-staining flavour of cassis, blackberries, briar and dark plums" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points   $695.00 per bottle

2004 Penfolds Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon       "A long, seamless and very sophisticated cabernet despite its significant dimensions, structure and power... Simultaneously very firm and cultivated, it's steeped in piercing flavours of blackberries, dark plums and cassis, and backed by very smart oak and robust, pliant tannins. It's long and savoury, with a lingering core of explosive dark fruit and dusty, dried herb-liked nuances. A genuine Bin 707" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; "Luscious blackcurrant fruit, and seamless oak and tannins; great mouthfeel" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Dense and concentrated, with tons of black fruit flavor, the wine is tightly knit, structured, beautifully balanced, and very promising. It needs a minimum of 10-12 years of cellaring and should provide pleasure through 2040" - The Wine Advocate, 95 points    $665.00 per bottle

2012 Penfolds Bin 9 Cabernet Sauvignon     "A brand new wine and looking pretty special... Apparently Vale Cabernet makes up a large proportion of this, which could probably explain the more generous fruit... But it looks more real and classic Australianate in its style with more basket pressed style soft tannins than the 407 - very Penfolds and very Oz. I like this and it is going to be an awfully nice old Penfolds red in the future. You'd want to cellar it though. Ultimately this is half the price of the 2011 Bin 407 and I'd recommend this more" - Andrew Graham, 93+ points; "A brand new Bin, intended to fill the gap as 407 and 707 ascend into the price stratosphere. It's an elegant, bright and lively style of pretty rose bud aromas and morello cherry tang. Crunchy redcurrants and leaf define a tightly coiled palate, a little shy on length and depth for the price. A blend of McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek, Wrattonbully, Barossa, Padthaway, Barossa Valley and Coonawarra, matured for 12 months in French (12% new) and American oak (14% new) hogsheads." Tyson Stelzer, Wine Taste - 92 points    $36.95 per bottle

2003 Penley Estate Phoenix Cabernet Sauvignon      James Halliday - 90 points   $24.50 per bottle

2003 Picardy Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Franc    "Attractive cassis, blackberry and cedar mix; very good balance and mouthfeel" - James Halliday, 94 points      $34.95 per bottle

1999 Plantagenet Mount Barker Cabernet Sauvignon       Gavin Berry 's favourite; James Halliday - 92 points      $44.95 per bottle

2008 Punters Corner Cabernet Sauvignon     "Blackcurrant and cassis fruit is interwoven with positive French oak and ripe tannins; fresh, clean finish" - James Halliday, 92 points    $28.95 per bottle

2006 Redbank Sally's Paddock Red Blend (375ml)    "The star for me was the 2006 Redbank Sally's PaddockWHICH WAS SUBLIME, AND AS CLOSE TO PERFECTION AS A WINE CAN BE" - Anthony D'Anna; "Shows its pedigree" - James Halliday, 93 points; "A lovely wine that is sure to please" - Neil Robb  $35.00 per bottle

2001 Red Edge Heathcote Cabernet Sauvignon       Cult wine; "Blackberry fruit on entry floods the mouth" - James Halliday, 93 points    $54.95 per bottle

2002 Redesdale Estate Cabernets      Stunning Heathcote wine; James Halliday - 93 points  $46.95 per bottle

1998 Rockford Cabernet Sauvignon       Jeremy Oliver - 94 points    $120.00 per bottle

2012 St Huberts Cabernet Merlot      "The fragrant bouquet leads into a juicy palate with cassis and redcurrant fruits to the fore, the herbal nuances of the cabernet neatly balanced by the fleshy red fruits of the merlot. Overall, faultless balance and length" - James Halliday, 93 points; "The bouquet is clean and ripe, fresh and appealing, with dark berry aromas and a touch of cedar from time in good quality oak. The oak is tucked subtly in the background. The palate is medium to full-bodied and smooth, with no sharp edges. A very fine, classy wine with loads of appeal. It will reward cellaring" - Huon Hooke, 93 points  $27.95 per bottle

2012 St Huberts Cabernet Sauvignon      "A prime example of the synergy between cabernet sauvignon and the Yarra Valley, and made without compromise, spending 15 months in French barriques, mainly used. It has powerful black fruits, and equally powerful - but balanced - tannins, and a touch of bay leaf. Needs a minimum of 5+ years in bottle to start the long journey ahead" - James Halliday, 96 points; "A polished, stylish cabernet of exemplary balance and focus... Fullish to medium in weight, it's long and elegant, with pristine small dark fruit and newish, accentuated oak finely meshed over a finely textured spine, finishing with superb length, persistence and acid balance. The finest wine under this label for many a year, perhaps a century or more!" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points & Drop of the Month; "The palate is chewy, concentrated, quite tannic and the wine finishes with density, flesh and drive.. A tight, powerful cabernet that needs time and shows great promise" - Huon Hooke, 94 points; "Long termer... Gorgeous tannin. Medium weight in the most positive of ways. Will be gorgeous at maturity" - The Wine Front, 94 points   $38.95 per bottle

2006 St Huberts Cabernet Sauvignon      Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front - 91 points; James Halliday - 91 points        $39.95 per bottle

2001 Temple Bruer Cabernet Merlot (Organically Grown)   $24.95 per bottle

2007 Te Mata Awatea Cabernet Merlot    "The concentration and tannin structure are classical, and the wine's elegance is highlighted by the extremely long finish. Outstanding for its poise between full ripeness and finesse, this will age effortlessly over the next two decades" - Raymond Chan, 19.0- points out of 20; "Brilliant... It tastes long, lean, balanced and perfectly right, everything in its right place. Beautiful wine" - Andrew Graham, 18.7 points out of 20; "Scarcely distinguishable from 2007 Coleraine. This is the sweetest, ripest and finest Awatea in years, maybe ever... in terms of pinpoint cassis character, florality, and Bordeaux styling, this is a lovely wine... VALUE" - Geoff Kelly, 18.5 points out of 20 *****; Nick Stock - 93 points; "Probably the best Awatea yet - certainly the best I can recall... superbly ripe fruit flavours" - Huon Hooke; "An impressive Hawkes Bay red that could challenge even the Coleraine" - Sue Courtney  $49.95 per bottle

2007 Te Mata Awatea Cabernet Merlot (375ml)    "The concentration and tannin structure are classical, and the wine's elegance is highlighted by the extremely long finish. Outstanding for its poise between full ripeness and finesse, this will age effortlessly over the next two decades" - Raymond Chan, 19.0- points out of 20; "Brilliant... It tastes long, lean, balanced and perfectly right, everything in its right place. Beautiful wine" - Andrew Graham, 18.7 points out of 20; "Scarcely distinguishable from 2007 Coleraine. This is the sweetest, ripest and finest Awatea in years, maybe ever... in terms of pinpoint cassis character, florality, and Bordeaux styling, this is a lovely wine... VALUE" - Geoff Kelly, 18.5 points out of 20 *****; Nick Stock - 93 points; "Probably the best Awatea yet - certainly the best I can recall... superbly ripe fruit flavours" - Huon Hooke; "An impressive Hawkes Bay red that could challenge even the Coleraine" - Sue Courtney  $32.95 per bottle

2019 Te Mata Coleraine Cabernet Merlot    "The palate is packed with rich fruit intensity combined with layers of silky texture and complex flavours, wonderfully supported by perfectly pitched chalky tannins, making it sturdy and structured with a seemingly endless finish. Flawless and spellbinding" - Sam Kim, 100 points; "This wine represents elegance on a grand scale and is on one of the best vintage I've tasted. It has plushness and power with great potential" - Bob Campbell MW, 98 points; "It's medium-bodied, taut and tightly strung with 'mineral' feeling cranberry acidity, sheets of slate-like tannin, superb waft of mouth-perfume, and a firm finish of impeccable length. A whole lot of what you might call 'discreet structure' this year, and feels particularly long-term. Oh Coleraine, you've done it again" - Gary Walsh, 97 points, "Complex and very sophisticated with a calm yet mysterious package of aromas: elegance and finesse, aromas of dark berries and varietal, ripe cabernet, some sweet tobacco, dark olive and barrel spices. Very harmonious already, but lots of youth and palate tension. Big tannins, ripe tannins and acidity to match. Delicious, young, vibrant" - Cameron Douglas MS, 97 points  $105.00 per bottle

2018 Te Mata Coleraine Cabernet Merlot    "The palate offers outstanding concentration and multi-layered mouthfeel, combined with fabulous fruit purity and elegant oak undertones, leading to an impressively prolonged finish backed by seamlessly integrated chalky tannins. A wine of sublime sophistication and presence" - Sam Kim, 98 points; "The bouquet is exquisite... The detail is outstanding, as is the intensity of the palate. It's very concentrated and powerful, firmly-structured and has tremendous persistence. The tannins are firm and abundant and will help guarantee a long life" - Huon Hooke, 98 points; "This is classic Coleraine with cassis, cedar, floral, blueberry, a suggestion of wood-smoke, anise and spicy oak flavours. Terrific depth and an exquisite balance between fruit sweetness and acid/tannin structure. It will be a long-distance runner" - Bob Campbell MW, 98 points; "Coleraine is, perhaps, my favourite red wine produced south of the equator... Exquisite perfume over purple silk sheets of dense tannin. Roll in them. Luxuriate in the quality on offer here, now, and for decades to come... It's tightly packed, with a distinct 'mineral' feel to the acidity, concentrated but light on its feet. Dark chocolate and subtle leafy fragrance, long and powerful through the finish, with a deliciously adult walnut burr to close. Magnificent" - Gary Walsh, 97 points  $105.00 per bottle

2016 Te Mata Coleraine Cabernet Merlot    "This superstar label delivers precision, purity and poise with this latest offering. Exhibiting scintillating clarity together with seductive complexity... The palate is concentrated and focused with stunning fruit weight and intensity, superbly structured by loads of fine, chalky tannins. The wine offers great presence on the palate, and delivers perfect line, length and balance" - Sam Kim, 97 points; "Exquisite, sublime, benchmark stuff" - Mike Bennie, 97 points; "A head-spinning array of violet, red and black fruits, gentle spiced biscuit oak, green olive, and lead pencil. It's medium-bodied, succulent, yet firm, with toothsome tannin, a beautiful mouth-perfume, black tea and small just ripe berries, and a finish where freshness, vibrancy and tannin push the wine very long. A classic vintage. Stunning wine. Precision" - Gary Walsh, The Wine Front - 97 points; Raymond Chan - 18.5 points out of 20 *****; Huon Hooke - 96 points  $115.00 per bottle

2010 Thompson Estate Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon    "Raspberry and mulbery fruit that becomes seductively sweet and almost lush on the tongue. Full-bodied, deep and supple. A gorgeous wine, overflowing with fruit" - Huon Hooke - 95 points; "The medium-bodied palate is lively, silky in texture with ample fine-grained tannins wound seamlessly together with fine well-handled oak lingering on the long finish" - James Halliday, 95 points  $39.95 per bottle

2004 Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Ridge Quartage   Multiple Trophy Winner, BEST WINE AT ROYAL ADELAIDE WINE SHOW; Gourmet Traveller Wine - 96 points ***** ; James Halliday - 94 points; Nick Stock 93 points; The Wine Front - 92 points; Jeremy Oliver 90 points; "A giant killer" - Max Allen     $29.95 per bottle

2002 Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Ridge Quartage    "... astonishingly pure, riveting wine" - Robert Parker - 94 points; "Top Aussie red"- Huon Hooke; Jeremy Oliver 90 points    $29.95 per bottle

1999 Vasse Felix Cabernet Sauvignon     Top 20 cabernets in Australia - Gourmet Traveller Wine; "Wow!" - The Wine Front $59.95 per bottle

2009 Voyager Estate Cabernet Merlot  "The depth, complexity and layers of dark fruits, cedar, black olive and graphite minerality is astounding; the mouthfeel further enhances the picture, with a seamless transition across the palate, powerful on entry and then tightening up for maximum restraint and fine-grained tannin persistence on the finish" - James Halliday, 97 points & Top 100 Wines of 2013; "Full-bodied, weighty, and deep, with amplitude, length and generosity... A gorgeous wine!" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "Smooth and sumptuous, long and seemless, its deeply layered palate of fresh black, red and blue berry flavours and polished oak meshes tightly with fine, firmish tannins, finishing with length, freshness and focus" - Jeremy Oliver, 94 points   $74.95 per bottle

2005 Voyager Estate Cabernet Merlot   "Set in the context of the six preceding vintages, this wine had developed an extra degree of polish and finesse... the line, length and balance are impeccable" - James Halliday, 96 points; "It's another pearler: just such a seamless red... a stunningly pure drop of red-wine goodness" - The Big Red Wine Book, 96 points; "An outstanding wine... Loads of red and black fruit flavours in the mouth... The palate is long and seamless. Very elegant stuff" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, 96 points; "Very stylish and composed... Top class" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "The best buy yet: riotously perfumed, succulent, opulent, and impeccable balance" - Ray Jordan   $79.95 per bottle

2004 Voyager Estate Cabernet Merlot   "2004 Voyager Estate Cabernet Merlot is the best red wine made at this estate" - Cliff Royal (winemaker); "A powerful bouquet and even more powerful palate, with layers of blackcurrant and cassis" - James Halliday Top 100 for 2008, 96 points; "This is an especially good one" - Campbell Mattinson, 95 points; "So utterly beguiling and downright delicious that I can't stop drinking it... in a word, outstanding" - Jane Faulkner; "A benchmark MR cabernet" - Tyson Stelzer, 95 points   $79.95 per bottle

2003 Voyager Estate Cabernet Merlot   "Long and sumptuous" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points; Winorama - 96 points; James Halliday - 95 points; Tim White - 94 (95) points; "The long, firm palate is very impressive and perfectly balanced" - Winewise, Outstanding; The Wine Front, 93 points   $79.95 per bottle

2001 Voyager Estate Cabernet Merlot   "Superbly balanced and revealing exceptional length of flavour" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; "This is a superb wine" - Australian Financial Review, Top 20 Wines of 2005; Trophy at the Margaret River Wine Show 2004 - 57 points out of 60 (an unheard of result); "If you like true Margaret River cabernet then this is an essential purchase... This is the best red Cliff Royle has yet released" - Campbell Mattinson, 94 points; "It's very concentrated but also elegant and beautifully structured" - Huon Hooke   $97.95 per bottle

2009 Voyager Estate Girt By Sea Cabernet Merlot   "Shows the effortlessness Marrgaret River can string a Cabernet Merlot together... Plenty of punch, freshness and balance" - Nick Stock, 92 points; "Lovely smooth angular palate packing a punch" - Ray Jordan, 92 points; "Abounds in nature's gifts of tobacco, capsicum and blackcurrant. In joyful strains then let us drink! " - Tyson Stelzer, 92 points; "A tangy cabernet that's well-made and well-priced" - Ralph Kyte-Powell ****(*)    $27.95 per bottle

2005 Voyager Estate Girt By Sea Cabernet Merlot    James Halliday - 94 points; Winorama - 91+ points; The Wine Front - 90 points; Gourmet Traveller Wine - **** 90 points   $29.95 per bottle

1993 Wantirna Estate  Cabernet Merlot         $110.00 per bottle

1992 Wantirna Estate  Cabernet Merlot         $110.00 per bottle

1991 Wantirna Estate  Cabernet Merlot         $110.00 per bottle

2002 Water Wheel Cabernet Sauvignon      Courier Mail - 91 points; Paddy Kendler ****; James Halliday - 88 points    $21.95 per bottle

2003 Wendouree Cabernet Malbec     $115.00 per bottle

2002 Wendouree Cabernet Malbec     $140.00 per bottle

2001 Wendouree Cabernet Malbec     $115.00 per bottle

1999 Wendouree Cabernet Malbec     $115.00 per bottle

2017 Wise Vineyard Leaf Series Cabernet Sauvignon      "A confident poise to the aromatics, cedar and blueberries, grainy oak and briary, dried herbs. Excellent line to this. Just-ripe flesh wrapped around dusty tannins. Acidity in check. A very classy cabernet" - The Real Review, 95 points; "This presents a raw and powerful offer of Margaret River cabernet, packaged with cassis/blackcurrant, bay leaf, earth and ripe cedary tannins. Bargain. Drink by 2037" - James Halliday, 94 points   $26.95 per bottle

2005 Witchmount Estate Cabernet Sauvignon     $29.95 per bottle

2010 Woodlands Margaret Reserve Cabernet Merlot      "Restrained and complex on the bouquet, showing cedar, red fruits, violets and licorice; the medium to full-bodied palate is pure fruited, focused, displaying an abundance of fine-grained tannins, fine acid line and a long and expansive conclusion" - James Halliday, 96 points   $49.95 per bottle

2006 Wynns Alex 88 Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon      "Wonderful cedar and blackberry fruit: classy and perfectly ripened... Excellent!" - Huon Hooke, 95 points *****; "An unabashed full-bodied cabernet... full of dark, savoury back fruits embraced by perfect tannins giving structure and quality oak to conclude... The wine really imposes itself on the palate, with great fluency and drive" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Wonderfully dense and concentrated yet elegant palate... It's beautifully balanced, harmonious and somehow quite feminine too" - Australian Wine Journal, 94 points; The Wine Front - 94 points; "And an impressive debut may I say. The velvety seamless ripe rich character of the fruit is evident from the first pour" - Paul Ippolito, 93 points   $59.95 per bottle

2015 Wynns Coonawarra Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon       "A very elegant wine, intense and balanced, finely-honed and very long. Time will reveal it to be a superb vintage. Tremendous persistence and utterly gorgeous flavours" - Huon Hooke, 98 points; "A superb expression of medium to full-bodied Coonawarra cabernet whose pristine, mouthfilling flavours of cassis, mulberries and dark plums are deftly enhanced by fresh cedary oak... From its floral perfume to its exceptionally long and seamless finish, it's artfully balanced and stylish, building in richness and texture. A long-term regional classic" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points; "This is a top class Black Label, fully deserving this price. It is plush and pliant, varietal character oozing from its blackcurrant fruit, balanced tannins and oak" - James Halliday, 96 points & special value star; "Brilliant to see. Superb release. Unruffled pedigree here. Understated cabernet that thumbs its nose at the universe saying 'Coonawarra has a righteous place amongst the stars'. It's a purring flow of knitted tannins woven firm over succulent, dark berried, fine garrigue, graphite-edged fruit character. Tight, just medium weighted, exceptionally long, controlled and ultra fine in its finish... Excellent wine" - Mike Bennie, 95+ points   $34.95 per bottle

2010 Wynns Coonawarra Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon       "Bright and vital, with stacks of vibrant primary fruit still evident. The tannins are youthfully firm, and the wine has amazing concentration, power and depth. A wholly impressive wine. Outstanding" - Huon Hooke, 97 points; "Here's a serious wine that will need decades to unwind... Perhaps a classic. Something like Bordeaux for structure here" - Gary Walsh, 93+ points; "The best Black Label Cabernet in years. Classic Coonawarra red in classic form, with lovely cedar and leaf over a solidly rich - yet svelte palate... everything else about this wine is wonderful, with great tannins and a perfect oak balance. I have faith" - Australian Wine Review, 93 points   $47.95 per bottle

2006 Wynns Coonawarra Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon       "Serious wine" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Gee, this is a delicious wine and one of the best-value quality-driven cabernets around" - Jane Faulkner; Winorama - 93 points; "This classically proportioned wine will cellar beautifully and bring great pleasure to the patient over the next couple of decades" - Grant Dodd, 92+ points   $49.95 per bottle

2004 Wynns Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon       "The wine has considerable length and finesse, and will be long-lived" - James Halliday, 94 points; "Its smooth, restrained and supple palate of vibrant fruit overlies a wonderfully tight spine" - Jeremy Oliver - 93 points; Ray Jordan - 12 Best Wines $25-$40; Winorama - 92 points; The Wine Front - 91 points    $54.95 per bottle

2001 Wynns Coonawarra Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon       "Deep, dense red. Very concentrated berry fruit, licorice, mint, tar and oak flavours. Dense but moderately accessible wine with excellent cellaring potential. A solid backbone of very strong tannins" - Bob Campbell MW, 93 points; "Rich, deep, fleshy palate with good concentration and drive. Supple and balanced, high-extract, very satisfying" - Huon Hooke, 91 points   $52.95 per bottle

1998 Wynns Coonawarra Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon       "Every bit as good as the vintage reputation would suggest" - James Halliday, 94 points; Jeremy Oliver - 91 points    $69.95 per bottle

2012 Wynns John Riddoch Cabernet Sauvignon       "It steadily unfolds layers of small dark and red berries, fresh fine-grained oak influence and drying, ultra-fine, oak-derived tannins, finishing supremely long and persistent with a refreshing acidity. More supple and elegant than previous releases under this label, but with exceptional cellaring potential" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; "An ultra-powerful wine of impeccable breed and balance, needing a minimum of 10 years to relax... A great John Riddoch in the making" - James Halliday, 97 points  $140.00 per bottle

2009 Wynns John Riddoch Cabernet Sauvignon       "This is, unreservedly, one of the great Riddochs of all time and one of the most precisely honed wines to emerge from the revered terra rossa of Coonawarra in the modern era. It's shut up like a trap, reluctantly revealing fleeting glimpses of exact blackcurrant fruit that remain encased in a faultless shell of mouth-embracing tannins that assault the senses like 100% cocoa dark chocolate. Persistence is relentless, precision is mind-boggling and longevity brings promise at the very pinnacle of Coonawarra potential" - Tyson Stelzer, 98 points; "Deeply ripened, its long, complete presence of black and blue berries and plums knits tightly with creamy cedar oak, overlying a firm, powerfully structured spine of graphite-like tannins" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; "A very potent, deeply layered, full-bodied wine in which all of the expected Coonawarra cabernet characters coalesce" - James Halliday, 96 points  $135.00 per bottle

2008 Wynns John Riddoch Cabernet Sauvignon       "Gorgeous wine. Dense elderberry/dark plum, juicy fruit flavours, supple sweet tannins, layers of dense fruit... Finishes long and sweet. Immensely concentrated but minerally. Percussion and vinosity" - Andrew Caillard MW, 98 points; "I never expected a young John Riddoch to be elegant and silky, but this is, its intense blackcurrant and cassis fruit caressing the mouth and drawing out the saliva" - James Halliday, 97 points; "This long-term cabernet unfolds deep layers of fruit and perfume, with intense but earthy aromas of cassis, briar and spicy, slightly meaty cooperage... It's firm but pliant, with a deep, spotless presence of cassis, mulberries and dark plums tightly knit with fine-grained, chocolate/savoury oak, finishing with exceptional length and lingering nuances of cola and herbs" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "A deep and brooding wine in which the cabernet fruit and oak really sing in harmony. This is a great cabernet" - Chris Shanahan; "2008 is reticent lurking, with deep black fruits, powerful concentration and oak integration that defines the modern era of JR. Excellent palate completeness, length and line, bringing calm control to its power" - Tyson Stelzer, 95 points   $135.00 per bottle

2012 Wynns V&A Lane Cabernet Shiraz      "It's full to medium bodied, with a pristine, almost fiery presence of dark berry flavour that knits tightly with faintly toasty cedar/vanilla oak, extending long and vibrant down a firm, gravelly spine towards a lingering and finely balanced finish" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points; James Halliday - 96 points; "The bouquet spicy and berry fruited, clean and fresh and vibrant. Lively and bright. A wonderfully tight, elegant, refined wine of tremendous length and precision. I will enjoy watching how this develops with time" - Huon Hooke, 95 points; "Distinguished, coiled and driven, this is a blend of impeccable structure, fragrant finesse and enduring longevity. It's restrained, gently and alluringly floral, with rose hip notes and wonderful purity of blackcurrant and blackberry fruit and pepper of focused purity... 2012 represents the pinnacle of V&A Lane to date, testimony to fanatical, microscopic attention in the vineyard and small batch focus in the winery" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points    $49.95 per bottle

2016 Xanadu Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon      2018 JIMMY WATSON MEMORIAL TROPHY WINNER; "Medium-bodied, perfume and dried herbs in a core of red and black fruit, open weave but fine grained tannin, fresh and bright, but with a good amount of bass. Finish is long and well-defined, the tannin lending confident grip as it goes down. Excellent" - Gary Walsh, 95 points    $49.95 per bottle

2005 Xanadu Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon      "Just to make it perfectly clear, this comes with my emphatic approval in all departments - value, quality, style etc... A delightful wine of considerable grace and sophistication" - Winorama, 92 points; "Classic Margaret River cabernet" - James Halliday, 92 points; "Masses of ripe cassis fruit. A super wine. Young, worth the wait" - Decanter.com ****(*)    $34.95 per bottle

2007 Yarra Yering Dry Red No. 1        $130.00 per bottle

2006 Yarra Yering Dry Red No. 1      "A superlative blend of first-rate elegance, integration and harmony... long, deep and piercingly intense palate " - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points   $165.00 per bottle

1996 Yarra Yering Dry Red No. 1        $170.00 per bottle

1999 Zema Estate Cabernet Sauvignon      "Tight, fine and elegant Coonawarra cabernet and one of the region's best from 1999. It's wild and floral, with a penetrative minty fragrance of violets, blackberries and dark plums, while the palate is long and creamy, with intense fruit enhanced by sweet almost gamey fine-grained French oak" - Jeremy Oliver, 93 points; "It's a fruit driven wine all round. Clean, sweet-berry, mint and blackcurrant flavours continue in the mouth. It is well balanced and refined" - Penguin Good Australian Wine Guide, ****(*)   $32.95 per bottle