Aussie Red Blends are a backbone of the Australian Wine Industry
“The art of blending and the ability to assess individual parts, commit them to memory and create a vast library of aromas, flavors and structures from which to draw on at a point in the future is a unique talent. It is one that helped define the modern era of winemaking in Australia.” –Simone Madden Grey, Drinks Business
Aussie Red Blends
and the list grows each year.
Wine makers looking to push all the senses.
We believe that it is kinda like looking for gold, the adventure is the real driving force.
“Why do winemakers make them? Because some wines really are greater than the sum of their parts. Some grape varieties, like Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, share a great synergy and delight the palate. Sometimes, other unlikely combinations of grape varieties may simply complement each other beautifully. Such blends may be exclusive to a single region, or even a single producer. Other times, grapes are blended with other fruit from different regions to produce a wine of greater balance and complexity.” – Wineselectors March 2021
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2013 Paulett Cabernet Merlot Polish Hill River$25.00 – $300.00 Select options
2015 Bethany Estate Barossa Valley Old Vine Grenache
2016 Tomfoolery Barossa Valley Black & Blue Shiraz$60.00 – $718.00 Select options
2016 Tomfoolery Skullduggary Barossa Valley Mataro Shiraz$40.00 – $480.00 Select options
2016 Tomfoolery Son of a Gun Cabernet Sauvignon / Shiraz$36.00 – $432.00 Select options
TCB Joe Esposito Barossa Valley Shiraz – Collectors Edition 2006
2013 Tom and Mitch Australian Shiraz Cabernet Blend$20.00 – $100.00 Select options
2013 Woodstock The Octogenarian Grenache