- Wine Starter Kits
- Australian Style Blend - Yarrawanga Creek
- Beaverdale - Red Wines
- Beaverdale - White and Blush Wines
- Belvino Wines
- Carafe 21
- California Connoisseur - Red
- California Connoisseur - White and Blush
- Cellar 7
- Connoisseur Butler Wines
- Hop Shop Delicate Wines
- New Lower Alcohol Island Mist - 5 Gallon
- KenRidge Classic
- Kenridge Showcase
- Mondego Essential Wines
- Mondego Reserve
- Muntons Cedars Gold
- Muntons Country Wines
- Riddles Ginger Compound
- Selection Limited Edition
- Selection Eclipse
- Selection International with Grape Skins
- Selection Original Series - Red
- Selection Original Series - White and Blush
- Selection Speciality Wines
- Solomon Grundy - Original Table - 1 gallon
- Solomon Grundy - Original Table - 5 gallon
- Solomon Grundy - Country Fruit Wines
- Solomon Grundy - Gold
- Solomon Grundy - Platinum
- Twisted Mist
- Vigneron Wines
- Vintner's Reserve - Red
- Vintner's Reserve - White and Blush
- Vintners Reserve World Vineyard
- Youngs Definitive - Country Wines
- Youngs Definitive - Table Wines
Every year this premium producer adds temporarily to its range some Limited Editions to reflect current trends or special varietals that they have trialled with substantial success.
These then are the Selection Limited Edition Series featuring a limited number of outstanding unique varieties from around the world that are released annually from March through June.
These special wines are only available during their month of release and are immensely popular, so pre-registration is strongly advised.
All the wines in this range make 22.5 litres (30 bottles).
ALL THESE KITS WILL PRODUCE AN EXCELLENT WINE OF COMMERCIAL QUALITY, PERFECT FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS.
California Petit Syrah Zinfandel£85.00
Previously released with the Limited Edition 2005 this bold wine is back by popularity.
Nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Amador County is sometimes called ‘California’s Piedmont’.
With vineyards running from 250 to 2900 feet in elevation, and summer temperatures ranging from 80 to over 100 degrees F, the excellent growing conditions have encouraged diversified plantings.
Grippingly tannic, bold and deeply coloured Petite Syrah complements the jamminess of Zinfandel, taming the abundant blueberries and blackberries with a hint of dark cherry and vanilla.
Full-bodied with a lingering palate and peppery spice, this is a wine of unprecedented power and length.
Food: Apple Cider Brined Thick-Cut BBQ Pork Chops.
This is a wine that shows best with ageing.
After one year the blackberries will come out, and at two years will tame the tannin’s grip, showing the black pepper and rich dark fruits.
Commercial Equivalent: California Bogle Petit Syrah
German Traminer Spatlese£95.00
A great lush fruity white.
Traminer is the parent of the more familiar Gewürztraminer and Spätlese is a German wine term meaning ‘late harvest’, indicating a wine made from fully mature grapes that are picked at least 7 days after normal harvest, so they are riper and have higher sugar levels.
This is a gently golden-coloured wine, unmistakable in its heady, aromatic intensity, with a pungent fragrance of lychee, tropical fruit and rose petals.
Its flavours are ample, lusciously fruity and spicy.
The intense fruit character will be apparent immediately in this rich wine, making it a tempting sipper right away, but the deeper floral characters of rose petal and lychee will become much more apparent after six months to a year.
ABV:12.5 - 13%
South African Sauvignon Blanc-Semillon£95.00
A great white with loads of character.
Known as ‘Valley of Wine and Roses’, South Africa’s Robertson
Valley has a very hot climate with minimal rainfall—less than a foot per year.
Luckily the calcareous red clay loam and clay Karoo soils have excellent water holding capacity, and the gentle slopes and varied microclimates allow for precision planting to maximise grape quality.
Sauvignon Blanc has wild, herbaceous flavours and tart,
grapefruit-like character, which shows strongly in the young wine, while Sémillon has flavours of honeydew melon and sweet honey that take a bit longer to come out.
Together the two grapes make a lush, balanced wine with
great up-front fruit and a satisfying, rich finish.
Pan Roasted Scallop, Jewel Yam Purée, White Truffle
Oil & Salsa Verdé.
The citrus notes of the Sauvignon Blanc make this wine tempting to drink right away and after three months the Sémillon will rise up to give a mellower white wine.
It will improve for at least a year, giving deeper flavours
of melon and honey as it goes.
Spanish Matador Trio Red£85.00
Tempranillo are deep blue-black berries, high in colour and extract, with delicate aromas.
Cabernet Sauvignon’s small berries yield high tannins and intense structure, while Monastrell adds grip, earthiness and ripe red fruit.
Lush, tannic and complex, with intense black fruit flavours of black cherry, raspberry, black currant and notes of plums and tobacco, the wine takes gracefully to oak, adding layers of vanilla, cedar and rich coffee nuances.
With soft acidity and lush tannins, this wine is enjoyed after only three to six months, but the black fruits, cherry and plum notes will take six months to show well, and the vanilla/coffee will show best after one year.
ABV:12.5 - 13.5%
Oak Intensity: Heavy
A wonderfully balanced red.
The Red Mountain AVA is Washington’s smallest, at approximately 3,600 acres.
Grape growing conditions are almost textbook perfect: slope, exposure, weather conditions, good air drainage, large day/night temperature swings, gravelly soil with high calcium carbonate content and high pH and the nearby Yakima River to moderate temperature extremes—there could hardly be more positive flavour influences to grapes grown here.
A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Petite Verdot, this wine features great extract, deep colour and intense aromatics of dark berry fruit, cassis, peppery spice, cedar and smoke.
The seductive nose of this wine foreshadows magnificent texture and flavour, including dark berries, liquorice, vanilla and warm brown spices that glide across the palate.
The texture and mouthfeel of the wine offers up silky tannins and a velvety smooth structure.
Marinated & Grilled Flank Steak with Blue Café De Paris Butter.
The complexity and structure of this wine will require three to six months to unwind, and it will continue improving for several years.
Due to the ripe tannins it will also benefit from decanting before serving.