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- Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Malbec blend from Victoria, Australia
- A limited release wine by one of Australia's oldest wine making families
- Pair it with some spicy snags off the barbie!
- Bordeaux style red blend from Waiheke Island
- Named after 19th Century battleships fitted with plates of armour
- 96/100 (Bob Campbell MW) - "A satisfyingly complex wine that promises to age well"
- 7 of the previous 8 vintages have scored 95/100 or more with Bob Campbell!
- From the world famous Gimblett Gravels in Hawke's Bay (they produce some seriously good Bordeaux style reds in this part of the world)
- Great potential for the cellar for a modestly priced red (best drinking 2019+)
- Great with game and red meat as well as hearty pasta dishes
- First produced in 1982 - this has become an iconic (and good value) high quality NZ Bordeaux style red!
- Named after the SS Awatea, which has family connections to the vineyard
- Chuck it in your cellar for up to a decade
- Full bodied blend of Cab Sauv, Shiraz and a splash of Malbec from Langhorne Creek
- "A stylish wine" - 93/100 (Huon Hooke MW)
- Over 50 years of this iconic Grey Label wine by Wolf Blass
- Try with a rich, red meat or game dish like a Moroccan lamb shank or roast pheasant
- Mills Reef's flagship range, only released under this label when the fruit is top notch
- 5 Stars (Michael Cooper MW), 5 Stars, 95/100 (Bob Campbell MW)
- "Big, quite oaky red in an elegant rather than blockbuster style" (Bob Campbell MW)
- 17 months in premium French oak - this is rich, complex Bordeaux blend from the Gimblett Gravels
- From the Coonawarra in South Australia (Wynns were one of the first to plant grapes here)
- Medium to full bodied, plush, dark berry fruits with a touch of spice
- The red stripe on the label reflects Coonawarra’s distinctive terra rossa strip, thought of as some of the best viticultural soil in the world!