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Australian wines currently in stock at Corks & Cases. The list below (can be sorted) contains all Australian wines we currently have in stock at Corks & Cases. Please click "add to cart" to order any wine you find which you'd like to purchase, or open the product detail page for more information.

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  1. Dont Tell Gary

    McPhersons Don't Tell Gary Shiraz

    £11.45

    The Dont Tell Gary Shiraz is a beautiful dark garnet colour with black cherry, blueberry and mixed spice on the nose. Hints of pepper and soft oak spice are beautifully integrated with blackberry fruits and medium bodied silky tannins.

    This is a special occasion wine. Drink with like-minded wine lovers who enjoy sticking it to the man! Take a moment to admire the gorgeous colour of the wine, then it's a perfect match to charcuterie and cheese, char grilled steak, or a meat pie. Do what you want to do, just Dont Tell Gary
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  2. d'Arenberg The Love Grass and Money Spider in a Double Pine Box

    d'Arenberg The Love Grass and Money Spider in a Double Pine Box

    £44.45

    A special gift of two exceptional wines. Presented in a double pine box. Initially the nose of the Love Grass is dominated by lifted Shiraz notes of sweet, purple plums and rich, dark liquorice. As the wine opens, the cocktail of varieties clinging to the Shiraz become more evident. First we see pretty, perfumed notes evolving, think musk and violets. Then the more exotic aromatics of warm, Indian spices and freshly turned earth. The complexity is just as provocative on the palate. A lovely cooked rhubarb character adds sweetness but vibrant acidity at the same time. The sweet fruits are balanced out with restraining savoury notes of cured meat and black olive. The true feature of this wine lies in the firm, yet fine, chalky tannins which meld together with an ironstone like acidity and a long mineral finish, all of which leaves your mouth salivating in anticipation of that next taste. Once you arrive at the point, the hardest decision then becomes whether to sniff or sip next. Arguably the most exotic white wine in the d'Arenberg stable, the complexity we see in the Money Spider Roussanne is purely a result of fruit expression, as this wine spends no time in oak.The nose exhibiting a whole array of characters from stone fruits and tropical notes through to nuttiness and an ever so delicate hint of Indian spice.The palate is robust! A luscious mix of pulpy fruit, green mango and papaya. These full flavours gently give way to honey blossom nuances and savoury pistachio notes which linger to a very long finish, adding refinement to the palate. This will pair particularly well with antipasto plates, fatty fish and white meat dishes. Learn More
  3. The Twenty Eight Road Mourvedre, d'Arenberg

    The Twenty Eight Road Mourvedre, d'Arenberg

    £18.95

    A combination of blood orange, redcurrant, iodine, oregano and rosewater give the wine strong aromatics and exotic flavours.
    As it develops we will see even more layers of complexity in the form of game, cured meats and new leather.
    The palate is pleasantly medium bodied, displaying a beautiful restraint that allows all of these flavours to share the spotlight.
    The tannins are slightly cedary.
    Eat with:Beef short ribs, pork shoulder, barbeque, lamb, rabbit, pork sausage and veal

    Family owned d’Arenberg is located in the breathtaking McLaren Vale in South Australia, and produces an enviable range of wines. From humble beginnings, these wines quickly gained cult status amongst imbibers and judges alike – it’s a deft combination of winemaking tradition and vinous innovation. A tall order for some, but one that d’Arenberg takes in their stride as they continue to push the boundaries and get under the skin of each individual vineyard in order to get the best from the vines. This is backed up by an engaging consumer-friendly approach to the ‘deadly serious fun’ of wine. Learn More
  4. The Footbolt Shiraz

    The Footbolt Shiraz, d'Arenberg

    £13.95

    The nose is incredibly lifted and fragrant, red fruits and peppery spices feature strongly. As the wine breathes we are struck by a raft of darker and more earthy aromas such as mulberry, black plum, soot and baking spice.

    The palate is pleasantly bright with lively acidity and elegant fruit weight. A generous dose of mineral fruit tannin ensures the wine is structured and wonderfully long.

    As this wine ages it will develop more generosity and complexity through the mid palate, but the acid and tannin structure will ensure it stays lively and long. Learn More
  5. The Feral Fox Pinot Noir

    The Feral Fox Pinot Noir, d'Arenberg

    £17.75

    Earthy tones of wild mushroom and truffles are wonderfully countered with lovely, fresh, aromatic notes of musk and flowers, raspberry and kirsch. The palate is fine and balanced, driven forward by a lively line of vibrant acid and ending with that familiar d’Arenberg fine, gritty tannin.

    Eat with: Rich Seafood, Phad Thai, Cured Meat. Learn More
  6. The Lucky Lizard Chardonnay d'Arenberg

    The Lucky Lizard Chardonnay d'Arenberg

    £16.45

    The 2012 Lucky Lizard has vibrant nectarine and white peach on the nose with nutty and mineral citrus undertones.

    The palate begins with generous peach and stone fruit. The 25% wild fermentation becomes evident as the wine opens up to reveal a beautifully
    textured mid palate with cashew and honeysuckle, finishing with zingy lime and peel.

    The wine shows great balance and composure and will drink fantastically with or without food.



    Eat with: Grilled chicken, chicken pasta, Turkey, Pheasant. Learn More
  7. Quickie

    Some Young Punks ,Quckie Sauvignon Blanc

    £12.95

    Out of stock

    Generous, up front and fruity with more crispness and minerality than is all too often lacking in Australian Sauvignons. None of the sweatiness but plenty of grip and liveliness on the tight finis Learn More
  8. Naked on Roller Skates

    Some Young Punks Naked on Roller Skates

    £12.95

    A Shiraz/Mataro to die for... this nakedly ambitious blend rolls with delight.
    Expressive notes of musk, violets and charcuterie meats. The palate is dense with black fruits, a little quince and juniper spice. Learn More
  9. Bystander Pinot Noir

    Innocent Bystander Pinot Noir

    £15.75

    Very good clear crimson-purple; red and black cherry fruit leaps from the glass on the first whiff and first taste; a high quality pinot from a very good vintage that is all about varietal fruit, with enough spice and oak to satisfy all comers.
    A fresh and approachable pinot noir such as this matches brilliantly with pink-cooked lamb cutlets.” Learn More
  10. Innocent Bystander Chadronnay

    Innocent Bystander Chardonnay

    £15.75

    With more complexity than you would ever have imagined this brilliant wine is bursting with charm and joie de vivre. Smart drinking. Learn More

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