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2017 | RESULTS BOOK


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The judging team Chairman Huon Hooke selects his judging teams knowing that every wine will receive careful consideration. The judging process is meticulous in giving your wine every opportunity to shine. Huon Hooke (Chairman) show judge, wine writer and critic Gary Baldwin, winemaker, Wine Network Consulting Toni Paterson MW, wine writer and consultant Peter Leske, winemaker, La Línea and all round good guy Andrea Pritzker MW, wine buying manager Qantas EpiQure Andrew Thomas, winemaker, Thomas Wines, Hunter Valley Mike De Iuliis, winemaker, De Iuliis Vineyards, Hunter Valley Celene Rousseau, winemaker, Chalkers Crossing, Hilltops

Associate judges

Notes from the CEO 22 years ago I founded the Association of Australian Boutique Winemakers Inc. to give small winemakers a voice, a wine show of their own, a show where they could be judged with their peers. Until that time, wine shows existed only for large winemakers. Huon Hooke and Gary Baldwin took the judging reins and showed me how to create a professional, fair system of judging. They remain at the head of the teams today. As Chair, Huon has been in the best position to observe the show’s progress, and recently mentioned to me that the quality of entries was still increasing. Winemakers now better understand the standard required, and are only entering wines “with a chance”, hence the annual medal tally grows. With the show now highly regarded and going from strength to strength, I have decided that this is the right time for me to retire as CEO and allow younger hands to take over. Thank you Huon, Gary, Toni, Peter and all judges. I will miss you in the judging room, however I will return for the trophy events. Thank you also to all the sponsors – your support and friendship has been and continues to be invaluable. 2018 will see Ross Anderson stepping in to the management and I wish him well in taking this wonderful wine show to greater heights. The show will still operate under the auspices of the Association of Australian Boutique Winemakers, however my role will diminish considerably. CELLARDOORS.CO is a new venture which will take much of my time ongoing and I’m excited by its potential as the ‘go-to’ app for wine travel here and eventually around the world.

Andrew Day, wine sales, Negocients Australia; James Kilmartin, wine sales, Andrew Jamieson wine merchant. COVER IMAGE: Rosemary Bennett tending to her vines in the bitter cold Tasmanian winter.

Judith Kennedy AM kennedy@boutiquewines.com.au


Chairman’s report Another rewarding show, continuing recent trends towards prolific shiraz, pinot noir, chardonnay and cabernet classes, with increasing interest in the alternative varieties, while sweet whites, merlots and fortifieds continue to be lightly represented. It’s exciting to see more alternative varieties. This year, there were 75 ‘other’ reds and 59 ‘other’ whites. The quality especially in the red class mounts year by year, and the number of grape varieties that do well is increasing. This year there were seven gold-medal wines spanning six different varieties, with several other varieties among the silver medals. Golds went to two tempranillos and a grenache, sangiovese, nero d’avola, montepulciano and zinfandel; the silvermedal list added malbec, durif, barbera and zweigelt. We also saw good wines from blaufrankisch, graciano, petit verdot, tannat, aglianico and sagrantino. More alternative grape varieties are being used, and more wineries are using them but, as a proportion of the total market, they are still very small. Boutique wineries are generally more creative in their use of newer, alternative varieties than the large. The traditional pattern is that boutiques pioneer new things, and once they’ve created a market for them, the larger wineries get involved. This is an important part of this competition and I look forward to seeing it strengthen further. There were strengths in almost all classes this year, the only classes not having a gold medal being sweet whites and merlots. Even rosé shone, with three gold medals! It was pleasing to see the sparkling class continue its gradual improvement. Gone are the days when we only saw very young wines and moscatos. There are now some serious Champagne-style wines with depth of character and maturity, and they are reaping the rewards: one gold, six silver and seven bronze medals from 23 entries. It’s not easy for boutiques to produce high-quality sparkling, but they are doing it more and more.

Huon Hooke Chairman, Australian & New Zealand Boutique Wine Show.

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2017 | WINE OF SHOW

Home Hill Kelly’s Reserve, Pinot Noir 2015 Region: Huon Valley TAS Winemaker: Gillie Lipscombe Owners: Rosemary & Terry Bennett

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CLASS 1 | SPARKLING WINE

Sittella Wines Methode Traditionelle Grand Vintage 2012 Region: Swan Valley WA Winemaker: Colby Quirk Notes on the wine: Attractive lemon butter aromas introduce a soft, delicate palate that has excellent tension. Dry and slightly smoky with admirable freshness. Suggested food match: Washed rind cheese, herb and onion tart.

CLASS 2 | RIESLING

Jaeschkes Hill River, Clare Estate, Riesling 2015 Region: Polish Hill River/Clare Valley SA Winemakers: Lyn and Rob Jaeschke Notes on the wine: Flinty, mineral, citrusy aromas unfold to reveal a lean, linear palate with excellent intensity, drive and length. A beautiful wine with great capacity to age. Suggested food match: An excellent match with pan-fried snapper.


CLASS 3 | SEMILLON

Coolangatta Estate Estate Grown, Semillon 2009 Region: Shoalhaven Coast NSW Winemaker: Greg Bishop Notes on the wine: Lemon butter aromas with a touch of lanolin. There’s a lovely succulence and juiciness to the palate. Bright and delicious. Suggested food match: Baked Turbot with crisp potato wafters and lemon aioli.

CLASS 4 | SAUVIGNON BLANC

The Darling Wines The Darling, Sauvignon Blanc 2016 Region: Marlborough NZ Winemaker: Chris Darling Notes on the wine: Subtle passionfruit on the nose and palate. Yeasty, bready, barrel fermentation with great complexity. A concentrated palate with a long finish. Suggested food match: Sashimi salmon, tuna or fresh oysters.


CLASS 5 | CHARDONNAY The Max Lake Memorial Trophy

Heydon Estate The Willow Chardonnay 2013 Region: Margaret River WA Winemaker: Mark Messenger Notes on the wine: A highly complex wine with layers of complex flavours. Creamy meragic notes on the nose. A bright youthful palate. The wine is aging gracefully. Suggested food match: Lobster Thermidor.

CLASS 6 | WHITE BLENDS

Wanted Man White label, Marsanne, Viognier 2012 Region: Heathcote VIC Winemaker: Matt Harrop Notes on the wine: This classic blend demonstrates elegance and texture in the marsanne, while the viognier adds finesse and flavour. Suggested food match: A plate of mixed seafood served with an abundance of salads.


CLASS 7 | OTHER WHITE VARIETIES

Hahndorf Hill Winery White Mischief, Gruner Veltliner 2016 Region: Adelaide Hills SA Winemakers: Larry Jacobs and Marc Dobson Notes on the wine: Hint of floral and green herbs. Delicate palate. Fine and long with good acid. Light style. Suggested food match: Steamed John Dory with ginger, shallots and soy dressing.

CLASS 8 | ROSÉ

Charles Sturt University Boutique Winery Tempranillo, RosĂŠ Riverina - CSU Boutique Range 2016 Region: Riverina NSW Winemaker: Campbell Meeks Notes on the wine: A lovely, pretty amalgam of musk, berries and spice. It topped the class on the strength of its dry, fine palate which also showed softness (not sugar!) and length. Suggested food match: A bowl of olives and crackers.


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CLASS 10 | PINOT NOIR

Home Hill Kelly’s Reserve, Pinot Noir 2015 Region: Huon Valley TAS Winemaker: Gillie Lipscombe Owners: Rosemary and Terry Bennett Notes on the wine: Lovely wine – concentration of flavour, succulence and complexity are outstanding in this superbly structured and balanced pinot. Suggested food match: Roasted duck breast with caramelised onions and a reduction sauce including juniper berries.


CLASS 11 | SHIRAZ

Twisted River Wines Shiraz, Viognier 2016 Region: 60km North of Orange NSW Winemakers: Chris Derrez & Lucy Maddox Owners: Michelle Davies & Helen Armstrong Notes on the wine: Fragrant bouquet of ripe blackberries, spice and a hint of black pepper. Fresh and lively, displaying a juicy mid palate, ample vibrant black fruit and ripe tannins. Shows excellent balance, length and persistence. Suggested food match: Braised lamb shanks.

CLASS 12 | CABERNET SAUVIGNON

Brash Vineyard Single Vineyard, Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Region: Margaret River WA Winemaker: Bruce Dukes Owners: Chris and Anne Carter Notes on the wine: Very good ripeness, young, medium bodied but well structured with cassisy flavours and soft tannins – a complete cabernet. Suggested food match: Thinly sliced Wagyu beef, cooked on a grill and served with a dab of wasabi.


CLASS 13 | RED BLENDS

Sittella Wines Tinta Rouge, Shiraz, Grenache, Tempranillo 2016 Region: Swan Valley WA Winemaker: Colby Quirk Notes on the wine: Beautiful, bright red crimson colour, lifted cherry fruit, with hints of coconut and very pretty aromas. Clear, fresh fruit on the palate with a smooth persistent tannin profile. Suggested food match: Grilled pork fillets with fresh apple sauce and a hint of wasabi.

CLASS 14 | OTHER RED VARIETIES

Tenafeate Creek Wines One Tree Hill, Tempranillo 2016 Region: One Tree Hill SA Winemaker: Michael Costa Notes on the wine: Vibrant cherry fruit of outstanding clarity and intensity, easy to enjoy already. The fruit does all the talking. Suggested food match: A hearty winter stew of beef and vegetables with polenta on the side.


CLASS 16 | FORTIFIED WINES The Chris Killeen Memorial Trophy

Stanton and Killeen Wines Brown Muscat NV Region: Rutherglen VIC Winemaker: Andrew Drumm Owner: Wendy Killeen Notes on the wine: A luscious, sumptuous muscat showing concentration, complex, aged fruit characters and delicious balance. A classic Australian style. Suggested food match: Creamy blue cheeses.

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2017 | RESULTS CLASS

COMPANY NAME

WINNING WINE

VINTAGE

REGION

WINE OF SHOW 10

Home Hill

Kelly’s Reserve, Pinot Noir

2015

Huon Valley TAS

Kelly’s Reserve, Pinot Noir

2015

Huon Valley TAS

Estate Grown, Semillon

2009

Shoalhaven Coast NSW

2015

Huon Valley TAS

RED WINE OF SHOW 10

Home Hill

WHITE WINE OF SHOW 3

Coolangatta Estate

ESTATE GROWN AND PRODUCED 10

Home Hill

Kelly’s Reserve, Pinot Noir

CLASS TROPHIES CLASS

COMPANY NAME

WINNING WINE

VINTAGE

REGION

1

Sittella Wines

Methode Traditionelle 2012 Grand Vintage

2012

Swan Valley WA

2

Jaeschkes Hill River Clare Estate

Riesling

2015

Polish Hill River / Clare Valley SA

3

Coolangatta Estate

Estate Grown, Semillon

2009

Shoalhaven Coast NSW

4

The Darling Wines

The Darling, Sauvignon Blanc

2016

Marlborough NZ

5

Heydon Estate

The Willow, Chardonnay (Max Lake Memorial Trophy)

2013

Margaret River WA

6

Wanted Man

White label, Marsanne, Viognier

2012

Heathcote VIC

7

Hahndorf Hill Winery

White Mischief, Gruner Veltliner

2016

Adelaide Hills SA

8

Charles Sturt University Boutique Winery

Tempranillo, Rose Riverina CSU Boutique Range

2016

Riverina NSW

10

Home Hill

Kelly’s Reserve, Pinot Noir

2015

Huon Valley TAS

11

Twisted River Wines

Shiraz, Viognier

2016

60km North of Orange NSW

12

Brash Vineyard

Single Vineyard, Cabernet Sauvignon

2015

Margaret River WA

13

Sittella Wines

Tinta Rouge, Shiraz, Grenache, Tempranillo

2016

Swan Valley WA

14

Tenafeate Creek Wines

One Tree Hill, Tempranillo

2016

One Tree Hill SA

16

Stanton and Killeen Wines

Brown Muscat (Chris Killeen Memorial Trophy)

NV

Rutherglen VIC


2017 | RESULTS WINNING WINE

VARIETY

Sittella Wines

Methode Traditionelle Grand Vintage

Chardonnay, Pinot Noir

2012

S

Brown Magpie Wines

Loretta Blanc de Noir

Pinot Noir

2013

S

Centennial Vineyards

Blanc de Blancs

Chardonnay

S

Lambrook Wines

‘Emerson’ Reserve Adelaide Hills

Pinot Noir

2012

S

Mandala Wines

Yarra Valley Blanc de Blancs

Chardonnay

1014

S

Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard

Methode Traditionelle

Pinot Noir / Chardonnay

2014

S

St Aidan

Chardonnay

2014

Riesling

2015

Riesling

2012

Riesling

2011

Riesling

2016

Riesling

2016

MEDAL

COMPANY NAME

VINTAGE

Class 1. SPARKLING T/G

NV

Class 2. RIESLING T/G

Jaeschkes Hill River Clare Estate

G

Naked Run Wines

Place in Time Sevenhill

G

Pokolbin Estate Vineyard

G

Stage Door Wine Co

S

Chartley Estate

S

Cooks Lot

allotment 333

Riesling

2016

S

Coolangatta Estate

Winsome

Riesling

2017

S

Crabtree Watervale Wines

Riesling

2016

S

Gibson Wines

Riesling

2017

S

Gilberts Wines

Riesling

2016

S

Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard

Hand Picked

Riesling

2016

S

Oleary Walker wines

Watervale

Riesling

2017

S

Robert Stein Winery

Dry

Riesling

2017

S

Tertini Wines

Private Cellar Collection

Riesling

2016

S

Tertini Wines

Private Cellar Collection

Riesling

2015

S

Tupari

Riesling

2016

The Green Room

Eden Valley

Class 3. SEMILLON T/G

Coolangatta Estate

Estate Grown

Semillon

2009

G

Burge Family Winemakers

Olive Hill

Semillon

2012

G

Coolangatta Estate

Estate Grown

Semillon

2016

G

McLeish Estate Wines

Cellar Reserve

Semillon

2009

S

Allandale Winery

Semillon

2013

S

Coolangatta Estate

Individual Vineyard Wollstonecraft

Semillon

2017

S

Coolangatta Estate

Estate Grown

Semillon

2015

S

Coolangatta Estate

Individual Vineyard Wollstonecraft

Semillon

2011

S

Coolangatta Estate

Individual Vineyard Wollstonecraft

Semillon

2009

S

Dimbulla Estate

Semillon

2012

S

Mistletoe Winery

Semillon

2015

Home Vineyard


2017 | RESULTS MEDAL

COMPANY NAME

WINNING WINE

VARIETY

VINTAGE

The Darling

Sauvignon Blanc

2016

Class 4. SAUVIGNON BLANC T/G

The Darling Wines

G

Paddy Borthwick

Sauvignon Blanc

2016

S

Allandale Winery

Sauvignon Blanc

2017

S

Fox Gordon

Sassy

Sauvignon Blanc

2016

S

Karrawatta

Anna’s

Sauvignon Blanc

2016

S

Steve Bird Wines

Marlborough

Sauvignon Blanc

2016

Heydon Estate

The Willow

Chardonnay

2013

G

Clearview Estate

Beachhead

Chardonnay

2016

G

Fifth Estate Wines

Chardonnay

2016

G

House of Cards

The Royals

Chardonnay

2016

G

Paul Nelson Wines

Karriview Vineyard

Chardonnay

2016

G

Santolin Wines

Willowlake Vineyard

Chardonnay

2015

G

Talisman Wines

Gabrielle

Chardonnay

2014

S

After Hours Wine

Chardonnay

2016

S

Grace Farm

Chardonnay

2016

S

Gralyn Estate

Reserve

Chardonnay

2015

S

Karrawatta

Anth’s Garden

Chardonnay

2016

S

Knee Deep Wines

Premium Range

Chardonnay

2016

S

Levantine Hill Estate

Chardonnay

2015

S

Mandala Wines

Yarra Valley

Chardonnay

2016

S

Mandoon Estate

Reserve

Chardonnay

2016

S

Portsea Estate

Chardonnay

2016

S

Redgate Wines

Reserve

Chardonnay

2016

S

Sew & Sew Wines

Contour Adelaide Hills

Chardonnay

2016

S

The Alchemists

Elixir

Chardonnay

2014

S

Twisted River Wines

Chardonnay

2016

S

Wignalls Wines

Single Vineyard

Chardonnay

2016

S

Windance Estate

Reserve

Chardonnay

2016

Marsanne, Viognier

2012

Semillon, Chardonnay

2014

Class 5. CHARDONNAY T/G

Class 6. WHITE BLENDS T/G G

Wanted Man McLeish Estate Wines

Estate


2017 | RESULTS MEDAL

COMPANY NAME

WINNING WINE

VARIETY

VINTAGE

Class 7. OTHER WHITE VARIETIES T/G

Hahndorf Hill Winery

White Mischief

Gruner Veltiner

2016

S

Artwine

Madame V

Viognier

2017

S

Centennial Vineyards

Reserve

Pinot Gris

2016

S

Mandoon Estate

Verdelho

2016

S

QU Harity

Gewurztraminer

2016

S

Topper’s Mountain Wines

Gewurztraminer

2016

S

Twisted River Wines

Viognier

2013

Tempranillo

2016

Class 8. ROSE T/G

Charles Sturt University Boutique Winery

Riverina - CSU Boutique Range

G

Hahndorf Hill Winery

2016

G

Pokolbin Estate Vineyard

Belebula

S

Blue Wren

No. 516

S

Portsea Estate

Nebbiolo

2016 2016 2016

Class 9. MERLOT S

Berrigan Wines

Merlot

2016

S

1838 Wines

Merlot

2013

Pinot Noir

2015

Class 10. PINOT NOIR T/G

Home Hill

Kelly’s Reserve

G

Chartley Estate

Pinot Noir

2015

G

Clyde Park

Pinot Noir

2016

G

Narkoojee Wines

Valerie

Pinot Noir

2015

G

Santolin Wines

Willowlake Vineyard

Pinot Noir

2015

G

Steve Bird Wines

Marlborough

Pinot Noir

2015

G

Tertini Wines

Pinot Noir

2015

S

Bromley Wines

Pinot Noir

2016

S

Brown Magpie Wines

Single Vineyard

Pinot Noir

2015

S

Clyde Park

F Block College

Pinot Noir

2016

S

Collalto

Pinot Noir

2016

S

Costanzo & Sons

Pinot Noir

2015

S

Inverquharity

Pinot Noir

2015

S

Lamont

Pinot Noir

2015

S

Maori Point Wines

Pinot Noir

2014

S

Milford

Pinot Noir

2016

S

Santolin Wines

Yarra Vineyard

Pinot Noir

2015

S

Wignalls Wines

Single Vineyard

Pinot Noir

2016

S

Yal Yal Estate

Pinot Noir

2016

S

Zarephath Wines

Pinot Noir

2016

Reserve

Estate


2017 | RESULTS MEDAL

COMPANY NAME

WINNING WINE

VARIETY

VINTAGE

Class 11. SHIRAZ T/G

Twisted River

Shiraz Viognier

2016

G

Ballinaclash

Edward

Shiraz

2012

G

Clearview Estate

Reserve

Syrah

2015

G

Hugo Wines

Shiraz

2014

G

Karrawatta

Joseph

Shiraz

2014

G

Mandoon Estate

Old Vine

Shiraz

2015

G

Passel Estate

Shiraz

2015

G

Windance Estate

Shiraz

2015

S

Allinda

Yarra Valley

Shiraz

2016

S

Anvers

Brabo

Shiraz

2016

S

Anvers

Razor Back Road

Shiraz

2015

S

Atze’s Corner Wines

The Bachelor

Shiraz

2015

S

Belevue Estate

McLaren Vale

Shiraz

2016

S

Brash Vineyard

Single Vineyard

Shiraz

2015

S

Cape Grace Wines

Shiraz

2014

S

Clearview Estate

Syrah

2016

S

Coats

Syrah

2014

S

DogRidge

Most Valuable Player

Shiraz

2014

S

Dutschke Wines

St Jakobi

Shiraz

2015

S

Glenlofty Wines

The Sawmill

Shiraz

2015

S

Glenlofty Wines

Shiraz

2014

S

Graham Stevens Wines

Shiraz

2012

S

Graham Stevens Wines

Reserve

Shiraz

2013

S

Heathcote Winery

Mail Coach

Shiraz

2015

S

House of Cards

The Joker

Shiraz

2015

S

Hugo Wines

Reserve

Shiraz

2013

Cape Kidnappers

“We provide all of the stemware for the judging and celebration events.”


2017 | RESULTS MEDAL

COMPANY NAME

WINNING WINE

VARIETY

VINTAGE

Class 11. SHIRAZ (Cont) S

Karrawatta

Dairy Block

Shiraz

2015

S

Karrawatta

Joseph

Shiraz

2015

S

Kennedy Vintners

Cambria

Shiraz

2014

S

Kimbolton Vineyards

The Rifleman

Shiraz

2014

S

Kings of Kangaroo Ground

Avondale

Shiraz

2015

S

Merricks Estate

Shiraz

2015

S

Morgan Simpson

Shiraz

2015

S

Mornington Estate

Shiraz

2015

S

Mount Stapylton Wines

Robert

Shiraz

2015

S

Mt Jagged Wines

Tangled Rope

Shiraz

2015

S

Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard

Adelaide Hills

Shiraz

2016

S

Robert Stein Winery

Premium Range

Shiraz

2015

S

Sanguine Estate

Dorsa

Shiraz

2015

S

She-Oak Hill

Shiraz

2014

S

Smallwater Estate

Shiraz

2016

S

Soul Growers

Provident Barossa Valley

Shiraz

2016

S

Tellurian

Heathcote Tranter

Shiraz

2014

S

Terindah Estate

Shiraz

2015

S

Upper Reach

Shiraz

2014

S

Windance Estate

Shiraz

2016

Cabernet Sauvignon

2015

Cabernet Sauvignon

2014

Basket Press

Reserve

Class 12. CABERNET SAUVIGNON T/G

Brash Vineyard

Single Vineyard

G

Firetail

G

Kimbolton Vineyards

The Rifleman

Cabernet Sauvignon

2014

G

Smallwater Estate

Rob’s Block

Cabernet Sauvignon

2016

S

After Hours Wine

Cabernet Sauvignon

2016

S

Brash Vineyard

Cabernet Sauvignon

2014

S

Grace Farm

Cabernet Sauvignon

2014

S

Grove Estate

The Partners

Cabernet Sauvignon

2015

S

kies family wines

Chaff Mill

Cabernet Sauvignon

2014

S

Kimbolton Vineyards

Fig Tree

Cabernet Sauvignon

2014

S

Malone Wines

Cabernet Sauvignon

2014

S

Mandoon Estate

Research Station Reserve

Cabernet Sauvignon

2015

S

Redgate Wines

Reserve

Cabernet Sauvignon

2015

S

Redman Wines

Cabernet Sauvignon

2014

S

Rosily Vineyard

Reserve

Cabernet Sauvignon

2014

S

Sittella Wines

Margaret River

Cabernet Sauvignon

2014

S

Soul Growers

Cellar Dweller

Cabernet Sauvignon

2015

Single Vineyard


2017 | RESULTS WINNING WINE

VARIETY

Sittella Wines

Tinta Rouge

Shiraz, Grenache, Tempranillo

2016

G

Brookfields Vineyards

Highland

Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon

2015

G

Grampians Estate

Grenache Shiraz Tempranillo

2016

G

House of Cards

Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot

2015

G

Knee Deep

Cabernet, Merlot

2013

G

Sieber Wines

Grenache, Shiraz, Mataro

2015

S

Brookfields Vineyards

Reserve Vintage

Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot

2015

S

Cape Barren Wines

Native Goose

Grenache, Shiraz, Mourvedre

2016

S

DogRidge

Grenache, Shiraz, Mouvedre

2015

S

Dutschke

shieaz, Merlot, Cab Sav

2015

S

Eagle and the Fool

Grenache, Shiraz

2013

S

Karrawatta

Cabernet, Malbec, Shiraz

2014

S

Kings of Kangaroo Ground

Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon

2015

S

Sanguine Estate

Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Verdot, Cabernet Franc, Merlot

2015

S

Sieber Wines

Shiraz, Grenache

2015

S

Sittella Wines

Cabernet, Malbec

2015

MEDAL

COMPANY NAME

VINTAGE

Class 13. RED BLENDS T/G

The Joker

Uncle

Spartacus

Class 14. OTHER RED VARIETIES T/G

Tenafeate Creek Wines

One Tree Hill

Tempranillo

2016

G

Atze’s Corner Wines

The Mob

Mentepulciano

2015

G

Charles Sturt University Boutique Winery

Riverina - CSU Boutique Range

Tempranillo

2016

G

Fox Gordon

The Dark Prince

Noer d’Avola

2016

G

Mandoon Estate

Old Vine

Grenache

2016

G

Smallwater Estate

Zinfandel

2016

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2017 | RESULTS MEDAL

COMPANY NAME

WINNING WINE

VARIETY

VINTAGE

Class 14. OTHER RED VARIETIES (Cont) G

The Little Wine Company

Sangiovese

2015

S

Adinfern Estate

Malbec

2014

S

Artwine

Grenache

2015

S

Box Grove Vineyard

Primitivo

2015

S

Centennial Vineyards

Barbera

2015

S

Farmer and the Scientist

Tempranillo

2015

S

Five Geese Wines

Grenache

2016

S

Five Geese Wines

Nero d’Avola

2016

S

Green Man

Aglianico

2015

S

Hahndorf Hill Winery

Zweigelt

2016

S

New Erra Vineyards

Touriga Nacional

2015

S

Pindarie

Tempranillo

2016

S

Stanton and Killeen Wines

Durif

2016

S

The Alchemists

Malbec

2015

S

The Little Wine Company

Tempranillo

2015

Valerie

White Frontignac

2016

Grumpy Old Man

Indian file

Zsa Zsa Zweigelt Nouveau

Risk Taker

Twin Cellars

Class 15. DESSERT WINE S

DogRidge

Class 16. FORTIFIED WINE T/G

Stanton and Killeen Wines

Classic Brown

Muscat

NV

G

Stanton and Killeen Wines

Grand Brown

Muscat

NV

G

Dutschke

22 Year Old Tawny

Multiple

NV

S

Gralyn Estate

Artizan Rare

Muscat, Tokay, Pedro Ximenez

NV

S

Graham Stevens Wines

Vintage Fortified

Shiraz

2015

18/55 Market Street Sydney 2000 Tel: 02 9283 1666

Helping business owners on their journey as they grow.


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