June/July 2012 Starts 20/6/2012 Ends 3/7/2012
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Swordfish Bay Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc Sourced entirely from New Zealandâ€™s Marlborough region, this wine shows all the hallmarks of fine, cool climate Sauvignon Blanc. Mouth-filling passionfruit, gooseberry and nettle characters define a vibrant, balanced palate with a gentle citrus acidity. Try it with a Thai green papaya salad.
Grampâ€™s Cabernet Merlot This full-bodied blend of Barossa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot is filled with delicious rounded fruit flavours of plum, mulberry and violets. The finish is smooth and long with fine grained, softer tannins, while the structured addition of oak has given. Try it with some Moroccan lamb.
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Adeline’s Choice Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc Sourced from the Marlborough region of New Zealand, this wine offers amazing value for money at this price. Filled with vibrant tropical fruit flavours that perfectly compliment the natural herbaceous notes of the variety, it’s not hard to see why so many people make Sauvignon Blanc their favourite. If you’re a fan of Mexican food it will go great with grilled fish tacos.
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Houghton Stripe White Classic
Goundrey Homestead Unwooded Chardonnay
Yellowglen Vintage Bella
Veuve Bonneval Champagne Brut
This medium bodied Western Australian classic dry white style displays a pleasant combination of fresh tropical fruit aromas and herbal characters of gooseberry and cut grass. Soft and approachable with a good structure and a long flavoursome finish, it is the perfect partner to traditional seafood paella.
Western Australia has long been recognized for its production of high quality, full flavoured Chardonnay. This wine has been made without the influence of oak, so there are even more of those terrific regional flavours of peaches and melons detectable on the palate that is fruit driven and crisp. Try it with a plate of Pad Thai.
This elegant sparkling wine has a soft, fruity nose with lifted aromas of musk and Turkish delight. The palate offers a hint of sweetness with luscious strawberry and confectionary fruit notes that linger on the finish. Perfect for an afternoon with the girls try it with some strawberry shortcake or scones with jam and cream.
It is hard to find a French Champagne at this price. A blend of the traditional sparkling varieties, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, this wine displays a delicate floral nose with a palate of green apple and toast. Top quality fruit and time spent on lees has created delicious Champagne that won’t set you back any more than premium Australian sparkling wine. Try it with some fresh prawns.
All Occasions Taylors Promised Land Shiraz
The Taylors Winery produces some of the best value for money Shiraz in Australia. How they manage to consistently create wines of this quality for the price is a mystery. Luckily for us they know how to gain the most out of every grape and deliver wines of this calibre where other wineries can’t. Try it with a veal ragu.
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Penfolds Rawson’s Retreat Shiraz Cabernet
Red Post Coonawarra Cabernet
Catching Thieves Cabernet Merlot
Kilikanoon Killerman’s Runs Shiraz
This medium-bodied blend of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon is filled with rounded, softer fruit flavours of plum, blackcurrant and vanilla. The palate is smooth and subtle with fine grained tannins and a long flavoursome finish. Enjoy it with a big Schnitzel Parmigiana.
Flavours of blackberry, cassis and mint are evident on the palate of mediumbodied wine. Fine-grained tannins provide an elegant mouthfeel while the subtle oak character and rich berry fruit flavours combine to make this a very approachable and enjoyable Coonawarra Cabernet. It will go well with a nice homemade lasagne.
This traditional Western Australian blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot is consistently blended to create a medium bodied wine that is fruit driven and smooth. Soft and approachable, without aggressive tannins and oak, this wine is well suited to a plate of antipasto or a good wood oven pizza.
Kilikanoon is a relatively new winery that has received a lot of attention from many prominent wine critics. Robert Parker Jr cannot speak highly enough of the products coming out of this Clare Valley boutique beauty. If you like your Shiraz full bodied, why don’t you see what all the fuss is about. Try it with a grilled rib eye steak.
Pinot Grigio is a crisp style of wine that has a fresh fruit driven palate. Flavours are varied, but range from melon to pear, with some even offering tropical or citrus fruit flavours. As this variety offers a little more complexity, it is well suited to dishes with chicken or pork that are a little richer in flavour. Sushi, antipasto and lighter style pasta also makes a good partner.
Semillon Sauvignon Blanc This combination of the two grape varieties Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon produces a wine that offers a little more depth and structure than Sauvignon Blanc by itself. Semillon is a variety that is naturally high in acidity and this enables this style of wine to match foods with a little more intensity such as grilled scallops and prawns.
Rosemount Diamond Pinot Grigio
Cape Geographe Margaret River Semillon Sauvignon Blanc
Brancott Estate Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc
Wither Hills Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc
Sauvignon Blanc Extremely fragrant and flavoursome, Sauvignon Blanc is a more delicate wine that is a crisp and easy drinking style. Thatâ€™s why this variety is best suited to foods that are also light and have less complex flavours. Fresh seafood with delicate flavours, such as oysters and softer white fish are a good match, while salads compliment the natural herbaceous flavours of the variety.
Riesling is a crisp, refreshing and versatile wine that is one of the most accommodating wines to match with challenging flavours and spice. Its lower alcohol levels and high natural acidity make it a great food wine. Crab and shellfish, Asian influenced dishes with spice, as well as foods fried in oil make terrific partners. The acidity of Riesling can at times accentuate the heat of chili, so be careful!
Chardonnay While this variety can vary in style, Chardonnay is typically one of the more full bodied white wines. Delicate fruit flavours and the addition of oak derived characters give this variety a fullness and complexity not seen in other white wines. This increased flavour intensity makes Chardonnay the perfect companion to the richness of risotto and creamy sauces. Deep Sea fish such as Tuna and Marlin also pair well.
Pewsey Vale Eden Valley Riesling
Bridgewater Mill Chardonnay
Our Wines Merlot
Merlot is typically a softer, more approachable, medium bodied wine style. It has rounded berry and plum fruit flavours followed by subtle tannins and a smooth finish. The variety is well suited to pasta dishes, particularly ones that are tomato based, as well as Sunday roasts. If you like to enjoy a glass of red with wood oven pizza, this is also the wine for you.
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Rose Rose style wines are generally made from red wine varieties that have been treated the same way as a white wine variety would be. These wines are light-bodied and with fresh fruit flavours of confectionary and summer berries. The perfect wine for a warm summer climate these wines are a great alternative to White wines and a great partner for spicy Indian and Thai dishes.
Devilâ€™s Lair Fifth Leg Rose
Yellow Tail Merlot
Pinot Noir A lighter style red wine, Pinot Noir has a charm and elegance that goes with an enormous range of foods. The best pairings for this variety come from dishes that are delicate in nature yet concentrated in flavour. While noted most for its partnership with duck, Pinot is an excellent match for Atlantic salmon, rare lamb or any dish with mushrooms.
Wynns Coonawarra Shiraz
Cabernet Sauvignon Full bodied and well structured, Cabernet Sauvignon is a complex variety that is filled with lovely soft fruit flavours and a firm tannin finish. These rounded fruit flavours are a perfect match to the sweeter texture of either lamb or veal, and partner these meat dishes perfectly. Aged styles of this variety are the perfect accompaniment to good matured cheddar.
Wolf Blass Gold Label Shiraz
Shiraz Hearty food needs a hearty wine, and Shiraz is usually the most full bodied of the reds. With concentrated berry fruit flavours and hints of pepper or spice, this variety is best suited to dishes that are rich and intense. Grilled beef fillets such as steak are a great match, but slow cooked dished such as osso bucco or braised ox tail are perfect for these full bodied styles. Secret Stone Pinot Noir
Katnook Founders Block Cabernet
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Jim Beam White Label, Honey, Black Cherry or Smirnoff Vodka 700ml
Absolut Vodka 700ml
Glass with every 700ml Grant’s Scotch Whisky Purcahse. While Stocks Last. Mt Gay Rum 700ml
Grant’s Scotch Whisky 700ml
Jack Daniel’s Whiskey 700ml
Jim Beam can cooler with every 2x4pack purchase. While Stocks Last.
Jim Beam Black Label 4x340ml Bottles or 4x375ml Cans Single $19.99
Skinny Girl RTS Cocktails 750ml
Magners Cider Selections 500ml Bottle
Glenfiddich 12yo Scotch 700ml
Woodstock “1 Footer”. 5x440ml Cans
Malibu Ready to Serve 2 Litre Cask
Our Favourite Winter Recipe Tomato Braised Lamb Shanks 4 Lamb shanks 40ml Oil 3 medium onions diced ½ bunch of celery diced 4 carrots peeled and diced 80g shaved garlic 80g basil leaves
¼ bunch of rosemary 400g can crushed tomatoes 1 bottle of red wine 1 litre beef stock 1 cup water 4 bay leaves Salt and pepper to taste
Lightly dust shanks in flour and seal. Set aside. Sweat the vegetables. Heat oil in a large saucepan, add the vegetables, garlic, basil and rosemary. Cover saucepan and cook for around 15 mins. Add the remaining ingredients and bring to boil. Add sealed shanks and gently simmer for a couple of hours. Be careful not to burn the ingredients. Serve with some mashed potato or bread chunks.
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Fat Yak, Beez Neez, James Boag’s Premium or Coopers Sparkling. 6 Pack Stubbies.
June/July 2012 Starts 20/6/2012 Ends 3/7/2012
XXXX Gold 30x375ml Cans Single $39.99
James Boag’s Premium 24x375ml Stubbies or
Coopers Sparkling 24x375ml Stubbies
$ CONVENIENT 10 PACK!
Carlton Dry 10x355ml Stubbies
$ Carlton Mid “Tallie” with each case of Carlton Mid purchased. While stocks last.
Carlton Mid 24x375ml Stubbies
Victoria Bitter 24x375ml Stubbies
$ 30 PACK! JUNE/JULY 2012 | QLD P07
All items in this catalogue are advertised in good faith to be available at time of sale. However, some unforeseen problems may result in short supply of some items. Product images are only representative and may vary from store to store. Prices may vary in country regions.
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