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Chartron & Trebuchet Rully "La Chaume" 2000 (Burgundy)
$24.95
Iíve always been a fan of this wine, even though its price creeps up with each vintage, it seems.

Medium straw in colour with a toasty, baked apple bouquet; broader on the palate with a caramel flavour backed by lively acidity. Good length. (Also comes in half bottles at $13.95).

Cape Mentelle Cabernet Sauvignon 1998 (Margaret River, Western Australia)
$35.55
These guys make terrific wine across the board. This Cab is dense purple-black in colour. The nose is all cedar, vanilla and blackcurrant. Lots of flavour with well integrated oak, firmly structured with a full-bodied feel though very elegant nonetheless. Cellar for 2-3 years before you even think of opening it.

D'Arenberg "Dead Arm" Shiraz 1999 (McLaren Vale, South Australia)
$39.95
The top Aussie Shiraz are getting very expensive so this is something of a bargain for a wine you'll have to keep for at least five years. Dense purple-black colour; peppery blackberry on the nose; mouth-filling, full-bodied and rich on the palate; a real blockbuster, tense, a crouching tiger of a wine.

 

 

 

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