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$29.00 $27.55
// NEW VINTAGE RELEASE // This wine was matured in a combination of new American & second use French oak for 24 months. This give the wine structure, complexity and a lift of chocolate oak flavour. The balance is complemented with the rich mulberry fruit & touch of white pepper spice. The finish is smooth and lingering, and best matched to any lamb dish. Cellaring will soften and complex further over the next 5-10 years.

Cabernet Sauvignon

$29.00 $27.55
// NEW VINTAGE RELEASE // Matured in predominantly American oak for 18 months, the aroma is full of blackcurrant with a lift of vanilla. The palate is seamless with hints spice leading to the fresh, soft finish and balanced perfectly with the rich fruit flavours. An elegant wine that is smooth yet powerful and a great example of Coonawarra Cabernet.


$25.00 $23.75
This Riesling is a blend of our two vineyards in Coonawarra and Wrattonbully. The Coonawarra component adds citrus acidity and lime flavour and the Wrattonbully adds a floral lift. The aroma is intense, showing lime blossom and citrus freshness. The palate is vibrant with good balanced and crisp and clean acidity.


$19.00 $18.05
NEW RELEASE - " After countless customer requests (mostly from my Mum and my Wife) to bring back our Rosé, it is great to have one back in the range. In the early days of the business our Estate and Toccas Rosé's had a cult following and were enjoyed by many. I have evolved the style since those early wines and crafted this dry, delicate Rosé to compliment any light lunch on a warm Summer day. It’s a style that I like to drink, being dry in sugar but having enough fruit sweetness and weight to be interesting and refreshing. " - Luke Tocaciu

Sauvignon Blanc

$19.00 $18.05
// NEW VINTAGE RELEASE // A refreshing wine showing aromas of melon, tropical fruits & citrus hints. This is beautifully complemented on the palate with rich passionfruit & a well balanced grapefruit/citrus finish. The Wrattonbully grapes provide intense tropical flavours and a rich mouthfeel, while the Coonawarra grapes give citrus acid balance and a hint of grassy complexity.