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Tyrrell's `Vat 6` Pinot Noir 2017 (12 x 750mL), Hunter Valley, NSW

This wine region is made up of the upper Hunter and lower Hunter, and is linked by the Hunter River. Settlement commenced in the Hunter Valley region in 1826. In the 20th century, expansion occurred slowly until the boom period of the 1960s and 1970s. The majority of the vineyards in the lower Hunter are situated on the extreme southern side of what is a broad and relatively flat valley nestled into the foothills of the Brokenback Range.The terrain is gently to markedly undulating, bordered to the north, west and south-west by the Great Dividing Range. The summer climate in the Hunter is humid, with high cloud cover and high rainfall. A break in the Great Dividing Range allows summer sea breezes to penetrate the valley. Rainfall is often highest just prior to and during harvest in February.The vintage period is one of the earliest and shortest in Australia with harvest commencing in late January in the lower Hunter. Yields are generally low so grape quality is good, and there is an inexplicable affinity between the terroir and the semillon and shiraz grapes for which the area is justly renowned.With our first plantings in 1879, Pokolbin remains the home of Tyrrell’s vineyards and has become recognised as some of the Hunter Valley’s finest vineyard land and the basis for development of our premium wines.

RRP $75

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J. Moreau & Fils Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2016 (12 x 750mL), France.

Already cultivated by the Gauls at the time of the Roman conquest, this important grape variety goes far back in the history of the vine in France. Mentioned for the first time under the name “Pinot Noir” in 1373, it is also known by the names of “Franc Noirien” or “Plant Fin” in the Côte d’Or, and “Franc Pinot” or “Petit Vérot” in the Yonne. It has made a reputation for itself among the red wines of Burgundy where it is vinified alone or blended with 15% Chardonnay. In Champagne, it is blended with the Chardonnay or Meunier varietals. Introduced to the Loire region in the Middle Ages at the same time as Chardonnay, it became established in the Orléanais and Touraine regions and remains the red varietal of the red and rosé wines of Sancerre.

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Tyrrell's `Special Release` Pinot Noir 2017 (12 x 750mL) Hunter Valley

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Sourced predominately from our HVD vineyard with the remaining fruit coming from our Short Flat and 4 & 8 Acres vineyards. Vintage Conditions The 2017 vintage in the Hunter Valley was one of the best in recent memory, producing wines of the highest quality. Solid rains in Winter and Spring meant the vines had constant access to water, and the warmer weather in the new year meant all of the fruit was in near perfect condition when it was harvested. Winemaker’s Notes A mixture of both hand and machine harvesting, with the hand component forming the percentage of whole bunch fermentation we required. In this instance it was 20%. The machine picked fruit was placed on top of these whole bunches. The ferments were gently pumped over three times daily before gentle pressing and maturation for 9 months in French Oak barriques, 5% new.

RRP $30

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Jean Bouchard Tastevine Mil AOC Pinot Noir Bourgogne 2013 (6x750mL)Burgundy

Lot No: 0001-2474297

Burgundy’s terroirs have showcased the Pinot Noir grape for centuries where it is synonymous with elegance and finesse. The grapes are sourced from plots throughout the region.Jean François Bouchard’s family has made wine since the early 18th century in Burgundy. He himself has been a selector and exporter of Burgundy and Beaujolais fine estate-bottled wines since 1997, based in Beaune, France. Jean-François started to sell wine in 1979 for Bouchard Père et Fils company, before he started his own export enterprise. The word for his work is excellency, as his wine selection is a guarantee of the wine quality that importers are looking for. Jean-François is also proud to be able to organize wine tastings at the estates in Burgundy or around the world using some of the information contained within their website like the talents of Jean Bouchard etc. (263345-11)

$26.34
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$158
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D. Champy Pere & Cie Premier Cru Savigny-Dominaudes 1982 (1x 750mL), France

Lot No: 0028-2473900

The Maison Champy, founded in 1720, was the first ever Wine House established in Burgundy - documents still exist recording the first exports to Belgium shortly after the creation of the company. Some of the cellars owned by the company in Beaune date from the 15th century.Founded in 1720 by Edme Champy, the Maison Champy (formerly Champy Père et Cie) was the first ever Wine House established in Burgundy - documents still exist recording the first exports to Belgium shortly after the creation of the company. Some of the cellars owned by the company in Beaune date from the 15th century. Champy gained a new dynamism in 1990 when it was acquired by Henri and Pierre Meurgey and Pierre Beuchet. All three men are associate directors of DIVA (a distribution company closely connected with the greatest vineyards and estates in Burgundy) and can rely on the wealth of experience of Henri Meurgey, who has been oenologist winemaker and wine-broker for 35 years. (263710-11)

$59

Domaine Hubert de Montille `Rugiens` Pommard 1er Cru 1979 (1 x 750mL), FR.

Lot No: 0042-2473900

Rugiens Pommard Premier Cru A.C.

The appelation "Les Rugiens" is special. It is composed of two parts: "Les Rugiens Hauts" and "Les Rugiens-Bas". The bottom and best part, "Les Rugiens-Bas", produces exceptional quality. It is a Premier Cru that has the touch and the wherewithall of a Grand Cru.Composed of 5.83 hectares, it takes its name from its red-colored clay that contains iron oxide. Domaine de Montille is the largest owner of "Les Rugiens-Bas" with two parcels that together have a surface area of 1.02 hectares.Amongst other factors, the quality of the clay and the presence of iron gives to this cru an incomparable power and a distinctiveness in the Côte de Beaune. Powerful, elegant and complete, this wine expresses an additional dimension between all of its components, including complexity, profoundness and longevity. (263710-9)

$94

D. Champy `Champy Pere & Cie` Clos de Vougeot 1978 (1x 750mL), France

Lot No: 0027-2473900

The Maison Champy, founded in 1720, was the first ever Wine House established in Burgundy - documents still exist recording the first exports to Belgium shortly after the creation of the company. Some of the cellars owned by the company in Beaune date from the 15th century.Founded in 1720 by Edme Champy, the Maison Champy (formerly Champy Père et Cie) was the first ever Wine House established in Burgundy - documents still exist recording the first exports to Belgium shortly after the creation of the company. Some of the cellars owned by the company in Beaune date from the 15th century. Champy gained a new dynamism in 1990 when it was acquired by Henri and Pierre Meurgey and Pierre Beuchet. All three men are associate directors of DIVA (a distribution company closely connected with the greatest vineyards and estates in Burgundy) and can rely on the wealth of experience of Henri Meurgey, who has been oenologist winemaker and wine-broker for 35 years. (263710-10)

$104