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Issue 2 Winter 2010

Our own

Great Southern stars

Best reds to warm you this winter Chardonnay: our versatile grape American whiskey styles WA: the birthplace of Aussie craft brewing

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elcome to the second edition of BYO – the magazine for Liquor Barons VIP customers. This winter issue comes to you with both new and popular wine, beer and spirits brands, all at great value prices. Learn more about a number of liquor styles, regions and brands throughout the pages of BYO. In all of our 23 Liquor Barons outlets throughout the state, we pride ourselves on our exceptional customer service and wide range of liquor products. We reward our valuable customers, running one of the largest retail liquor loyalty program in Western Australia, through the Barons Advantage Club – offering members the chance to accrue points and access to member specials. Our co-operative of liquor stores employs friendly and knowledgeable staff with a dedication to servicing our customers. Whatever your liquor needs may be this winter, you can always be sure to Find Something New at Liquor Barons. Lou Spagnolo Chairman - Liquor Barons Cooperative

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ake a look at these special offers for winter, exclusive to Liquor Barons customers. Whether it’s a drink you’re after for curling up by the fire, a drop to share with friends, or something to take to that next get-together or celebration – you won’t be disappointed with any of these products hand-selected by your expert Liquor Barons’ team.

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regional destination

Great

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he beauty of Western Australia’s Great Southern wine region is matched by the fine quality of its wines. Great Southern (which incorporates the five sub-regions of Albany, Denmark, Frankland River, Mount Barker and Porongurups) is WA’s coolest wine growing region, producing premium fruit of excellent quality, thanks to its ideal wine-growing climate of warm days and cool nights. The region is known for producing shiraz, riesling, sauvignon blanc, merlot and chardonnay. Key producers in the area include Howard Park, West Cape Howe, Ferngrove, Alkoomi, Goundrey Wines, Picardy, Plantagenet Wines and Alkoomi. The chardonnay styles are elegant and tightly structured; riesling is a particular star performer for the region, able to hold its own against the best Clare and Eden

Ferngrove Vineyard Estate. Image courtesy of Tourism Western Australia.

Valley rieslings from South Australia, with the ability to age well. The cabernet is produced classically, with powerful structure; the sauvignon blanc is distinctive, more full-bodied in style; while shiraz exhibits licorice, spice and pepper characters. Mount Barker, 360 kilometres south of Perth, is credited as being the founding place in the 1960s of the modern, West Australian wine industry. Visitors to the region will be rewarded with the stunning and diverse landscape – from the colourful wildflowers of the Stirling Ranges; the Tree Top Walk and Valley of the Giants of the Karri and Tingle forests; and the rugged coastal appeal of Albany. The region celebrates its diversity in hosting such events as The Great Southern Wine and Food Festival in April - while the region’s wineries are welcoming of guests all year round.

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reat Southern is WA’s coolest wine growing region, producing premium fruit of excellent quality, thanks to its ideal wine-growing climate of warm days and cool nights Alkoomi Wines. Image courtesy of Tourism Western Australia.

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Goundrey Homestead Wines 88/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel The Goundrey vineyards are located within the vast plains of the south west corner of Western Australia. Here the vines produce a range of different styles including red wines with rich deep flavours and white vibrant wines with a crisp racy edge.

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West Cape Howe by the 6pk Core Range Wines $14.99 per bottle 90/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel You can choose any of the wines under this label and be assured of consistent high quality and excellent value for money. Ripe fruit with a satisfying richness. The wine is silky smooth with a soft and juicy mid palate. Very good depth and nice length of flavour.

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Alkoomi by the 6pk White Label Wines $11.99 per bottle 92/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel This wine range offers very good value from the Great Southern region. More in the tropical fruit spectrum than many NZ Sauvignon Blancs. It also has much less acid which makes for great drinking for those who want a less aggressive fuller style of Sauvignon Blanc

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Ferngrove by the 6pk Frankland River Wines $14.99 per bottle Frankland River Shiraz 2007 94/100 Ray Jordan’s 2010 WA Wine Guide The premium fruit, the modern winemaking facilities and a good understanding of a customers needs, enables Ferngrove to produce premium quality product at a price that represents exceptional value. The Ferngrove estate range offers wines with elegance and finesse, yet modern, stylish and very approachable.

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Plantagenet by the 6pk Hazard Hill Wines $11.99 per bottle 92/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel Hazard Hill is one of the best value for money labels from WA. The wines are made from fruit sourced from cool climate regions through the state. Hazard Hill offers casual relaxed drinking , the semillon sauvignon blanc is an aromatic white, the shiraz a rich and full bodied red.

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Plantagenet by the 6pk Omrah Range Wines $14.99 per bottle 90/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel Plantagenet Wines have developed an understanding that life, like good wine, needs to be well rounded and balanced. The Omrah range is made with the same philosophy applied to all Plantagenet Wines, a Philosophy that reflects an uncompromising approach to quality.

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red wine

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here’s something about the cooler weather that heralds the arrival of prime red wine drinking - and Australian red wines are up there with the world’s finest. With our diverse wine regions, the style of reds on offer is extensive from lighter, elegant red wines with primary fruit characters and soft tannins – to fuller, darkercoloured reds with intense, leathery tannins. The majority of red wines undergo ageing in oak barrels and the type of oak used can have a significant impact on the style, texture and taste of the finished wine. American oak tends to impart vanilla and coconut characters while French oak is characterised by more spicy notes such as clove or cinnamon. As a general rule-ofthumb, warmer wine regions produce rich, fullflavoured styles, often associated with Aussie reds. Lighter, delicate styles of red tend to come from more cool-climate regions. Cabernet sauvignon from Coonawarra and our own Margaret River are world-renowned – while merlot exhibits soft,

plum-like characters. Merlot from cooler regions such as Margaret River and Yarra Valley, take on more savoury characters. Shiraz, one of the first wine styles to arrive in Australia, is possibly our most diverse red wine – from elegant and pepper styles from cool climates such as Heathcote in Victoria – to the spicy styles of Coonawarra and Margaret River and again to the full-bodied, ripe-fruit wines from the Barossa. Fans of the delicate grape variety pinot noir will find the best Australian samples coming from the cool climate regions of Great Southern, Yarra Valley, Tasmania, Adelaide Hills and the Mornington Peninsula. Lovers of Italian reds, often touted as being extremely food-friendly wines, can look to the Australian examples of sangiovese and barbera for inspiration. You’ll be bound to find a red to appeal to your senses this winter, from the Liquor Barons selection.

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he lip red wine glass is sloped inward to capture the aromas of the wine and deliver them to your nose.

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Kingston Estate by the 6pk 2008 Shiraz $10.99 per bottle 88/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel Kingston is based in the Riverland and sources fruit widely across South Eastern Australia. This wine is a blend of cool area fruit from Mt Lofty and the Limestone Coast thus mitigating the hot weather 2008. The result is a well balanced medium bodied wine with attractive plum cake fruit, there is a little spice and some well integrated oak. Good value.

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Jim Barry by the 6pk 2007 Cover Drive $17.99 per bottle 92/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel A blend of Clare Valley and Coonawarra fruit, of which the Coonawarra percentage comes from a vineyard planted on the old Penola cricket ground. A solid Cabernet with extra complexity of the fruit from the two regions. Clare gives the wine a rich density of chocolate fruit flavours, and Coonawarra adds tannins and a leafy touch to the finish.

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St Hallet by the 6pk 2008 Gamekeeps Shiraz $12.99 per bottle 90/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel Mild weather preceded a searing heat wave of 13 consecutive days above 35c which hit South Australia in March 2008. Luckily the fruit for this wine was picked fully ripe in the mild weather before the heat. The wine remains rich and ripe with very juicy fruit characters, oak influence is subtle and the finish is long and soft.

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Oyster Bay by the 6pk 2008 Pinot Noir $18.99 per bottle 91/100 Wine Spectator Yes Oyster Bay does produce wines other than their very successful Sauvignon Blanc. This Pinot has recently received excellent reviews in the US, including a Gold medal at the San Francisco International Wine Competition. The wine is an attractive balance of perfumed red currant and cherry fruit characters, with a little spice for complexity. Tannins are restrained and overall the wine has a soft velvety texture.

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Wynn’s Coonawarra by the 6pk 2007 Cabernet Shiraz Merlot $14.99 per bottle 90/100 James Halliday’s 2010 Australian Wine Companion Coonawarra is the home of some of Australia’s best red wines, (apart from the many made in WA!). The region’s distinctive flavours are beautifully expressed in this blend. Classic blackcurrant and plum fruit characters and supplemented by a touch of mint and subtle oak. Excellent current drinking.

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Leasingham by the 6pk 2007 Bin 61 Shiraz $18.99 per bottle 88/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel A label with many vintages of history behind it and despite this historic Clare valley winery being sold the label remains and graces a powerful expression of Clare Valley Shiraz. The fully ripe Shiraz fruit has delivered a rich plum and mulberry flavoured wine. There is a touch of regional earthy chocolate flavours and fine tannins lead to the long and smooth finish. This will age well in the short to medium term.

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white wine

Australian

chardonnay

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hardonnay is Australia’s most widely planted white grape variety, accounting for around half of all Australia’s white wine production.

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ustralian chardonnay, the most widely planted white grape varietal in the country, is still a favourite among white wine drinkers. Chardonnay has its origins in France, being the principal white wine of the Burgundy region. Australian chardonnay of the 1970s and 1980s was typically made with an abundance of oak, giving the wine a rich, buttery character, quite popular in its day. Contemporary Australian chardonnay wine styles tend to be more restrained and display finesse, and some styles today are made ‘unoaked’. Of the white wines, winemakers tend to like creating chardonnay as there is more scope to adopt different winemaking techniques. Chardonnay is characterised by ripe, melon and peach fruit flavours with a hint of vanilla oak. Tropical fruit flavours can be found in the chardonnay from warmer regions, such as Murray Darling and Riverland, while

subtle citrus characters will be displayed in chardonnay from Tasmania, Adelaide Hills and Mornington Peninsula. Some of the country’s most elegant chardonnay comes from our own Margaret River, with its intense fruit flavours and acid structure, combined with barrel fermentation, creating wines of depth. Indeed, Margaret River enjoys an international reputation as producers of some of the country’s finest chardonnay. Possibly Australia’s most versatile white grape variety, the medium to full bodied wine is one of the most foodfriendly white wines, pairing well with poultry, game, pork and creamy fish and pasta. Think fresh, cool climate chardonnay with oysters, prawns and scallops while barrel-fermented and warmer climate chardonnay goes with richer, white meat dishes, with the wine’s acidity cutting through any fat in the meal.


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Evans & Tate Margaret River Classic Wines 90/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel Since being purchased by the McWilliams’s wine company, the Evans and Tate brand has continued to produce high quality wines. This quintessential West Australian classic white is one of them. The blend is predominately Sauvignon Blanc Semillon and is bursting with lifted fresh and crisp passionfruit and tropical flavours. A soft and lemony finish without assertive acid the wine ends crisp and clean.

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St Clair by the 6pk 2009 Sauvignon Blanc $16.99 per bottle 5 Stars Winestate Magazine and Best in Category With a virtual tsunami of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc flooding our shores, this is one label that you can depend on to deliver high quality NZ Sauvignon Blanc. The fruit intensity is excellent and the passionfruit flavours are well balanced by the crisp grassy finish. Simply a super wine of very high quality

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Jacob’s Creek by the 6pk Reserve Chardonnay $13.99 per bottle 88/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel In our stores we are seeing a Chardonnay revival, especially as the weather cools and people look for a glass of white wine with more flavour. This wine fits that bill perfectly, rich tropical and peach fruit flavours are well balanced by toasty oak. While a mouthful of flavour, this wine is a nice example of the modern style of Chardonnay where all the components of the wine are balanced.

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Yarra Burn by the 6pk Premium Cuvee Brut $16.99 per bottle 87/100 James Halliday’s 2010 Australian Wine Companion This Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier blend is all that you could want in sparkler at around $15. Good depth of flavour, with lively citrus fruits and an attractive crisp fresh creamy finish. Superbly drinkable and excellent value

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Fifth Leg Old Dog New Tricks by the 6pk Sauv Blanc Sem Chenin Blanc $14.99 per bottle 90/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel Devil’s Lair is known for the delicacy and elegant structure of its premium quality wines, which include the 100% Estate-grown Margaret River Chardonnay and Cabernet and the highly individual Fifth Leg Red, White and Rosé wines. New to the fold is the exciting blends “Old Dog New Tricks”.

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Jansz by the 6pk NV Sparkling $19.99 per bottle 94/100 James Halliday’s Top 100 Wines 2009 Tasmania is proving to be our most likely source of high quality sparkling wines, including this wine, which is a blend of mostly Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and dash of Pinot Meunier. The wine has an excellent intensity shown by many Tassie sparkling wines. Stone, strawberry and citrus fruit flavours leading to a long very crisp finish. Very classy.

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winemaker profile

The Lamont

world of food and wine By Peter Forrestal

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n Western Australia ‘legendary winemaker’ means Jack Mann who worked 51 vintages at Houghton from 1922 until his retirement in 1972. His impact, especially on the state’s largest producer and the Swan Valley was profound. His family’s influence on the West’s food and wine history has been similarly farreaching and significant. Jack’s older son, Dorham, was a key figure in the early development of the Great Southern through his work as a viticulturist for the Department of Agriculture. He was long-term winemaker at Sandalford (including during the early days of Margaret River) and now, with his daughter, Anthea, has a small family vineyard, winery and cellar door in the Swan Valley specialising in sparkling cabernet sauvignon, a family tradition of

long standing. Jack Mann’s other son, Tony, has a vineyard in the Swan: and his son, Rob, is making superb wines in his role as chief winemaker at Cape Mentelle. Jack’s daughter, Corin Lamont started her family winery in 1978 and made wine in partnership with her father until his death in 1989. Corin’s daughters, Kate and Fiona, opened the winery restaurant – Lamont’s in the Swan Valley in 1989 and, in different guises, it has served the winery (and the Swan Valley) well ever since. The winery was expanded and modernised by Fiona’s then husband, Mark Warren, during the 1990s and it came to be regarded as one of the Swan Valley’s finest. For the first time, Lamont’s looked outside the Swan Valley to source fruit.

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The legacy of Jack Mann lives on and Houghton were happy to allocate his family some prized riesling fruit from their mature Justin’s vineyard at Frankland River. Lamont’s Frankland River Riesling is an intense minerally style with weight, power and finesse. The driving force behind the expansion of Lamont since this time has been Kate Lamont, whose energy, drive, appetite for hard work, attention to detail, and business acumen, has taken the business to a new level. Although she trained as a winemaker Kate made her mark, at least initially, as a cook and manager. Her books about food – Family, Food and Friends, A Year in the Kitchen, and Celebrating - have extended her influence and helped promote her ideas about fresh


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he driving force behind the expansion of Lamont since this time has been Kate Lamont, whose energy, drive, appetite for hard work, attention to detail and business acumen, has taken business to a new level.

produce and cooking. In recent times, especially, she has promoted Lamont’s wines through countless informal talks in restaurants and wine cellars about the interplay between wine and food. Her beautifully photographed latest book, Kate Lamont: Wine & Food documents her views on this topic in a lively, relaxed manner. Lamont’s in East Perth opened in 2000 with a stylishly comfortable fit-out, excellent acoustics and relaxed views over the tranquil Claisebrook Inlet targeting a more up-market crowd, albeit with no compromise on the food. Lamont Margaret River came the following year, resting lakeside next to the classy Gunyulgup Galleries. Over time, the way the restaurant operates has changed to fit in with local demands – but not the style of food. Digby Leddin, who worked with Mark Warren, took over as winemaker when the latter moved on. He has maintained quality and expanded the portfolio, in particular, taking advantage of the Lamont presence in Margaret River. From the region, there is the 2009 Lamont’s Semillon Sauvignon Blanc (clean and fresh with pristine ripe tropical flavours); and the 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon (stylish, impeccably structured, blackcurranty and silky smooth). There’s also a delightful 2008 Lamont’s Black Monster made from malbec sourced from Donnybrook (bold, robust and alcoholic yet bewilderingly approachable, even delicious). The Swan Valley is still the Lamont’s heartland and that’s reflected in the wine portfolio. There’s a bright 2008 sparkling that is part of Jack Mann’s heritage; a verdelho which runs out far too quickly (aromatic, tangy guava and passionfruit flavours); the quartet blend of chenin blanc, verdelho, semillon and chardonnay (2009 is fresh, fruity, vibrant and uncomplicated); one of the Swan’s best shiraz (2007 is succulent, with ripe, vanilla bean, licorice, plum flavours, velvety texture and pleasing approachability). Jack Mann’s widow, Angela, lives on in their house at the entrance to the Houghton winery in the Swan Valley. On those occasions that she reminisces, there is no doubt a quiet smile when she reflects on her family’s achievements.

Right: Kate and Fiona Lamont Below: Corin Lamont and her mother, Angela Mann.

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Beer

from around here

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aybe it’s the sun. Maybe it’s the sea or even the desert creating our thirst for quality beer. Whatever the reason, Western Australia is home to a swarm of innovative breweries. Indeed Fremantle is often credited as being the birthplace of modern craft brewing in this country. The successful brewers out of our state form an

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enviable list – from Little Creatures, Indian Ocean and Blacksalt, to Feral Brewing Company, Mash Brewing, Nail Brewing, Duckstein Brewery and of course, the household name Matilda Bay, originally formed in Fremantle. Here’s cheers to our brewing industry, very much alive and well in WA.

James Squire Beers

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efore thermometers were invented, brewers would dip a thumb into their brew mix to find the right temperature for adding yeast. The yeast would not grow if the mix were to cold and if to hot, the yeast would die. This ancient practice is said to be the source of the phrase ‘rule of thumb’.

Heineken

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$ Tooheys Extra Dry 5 seeds Cider

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american whiskey

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hiskeys from the United States represent some of the world’s most popular brands. Their range of whiskey includes bourbon whiskey (at least 51 per cent corn/maize) with Jim Beam and Wild Turkey as the leading examples, with Woodford Reserve and Maker’s Mark offering a premium style. There is also rye whiskey (at least 51 per cent rye), wheat whiskey (51 per cent wheat); rye malt whiskey (51 per cent malted rye) and corn whiskey (80 per cent corn/maize). All of these whiskies must be no more than 80 per cent alcohol by volume. And then of course, there is Tennessee whiskey

(Jack Daniel’s being the leader in this category). Where Tennessee whiskey differs to bourbon whiskey is that it is filtered through sugar maple charcoal, producing a cleaner spirit. Since 1941, the US government has recognised Tennessee whiskey as its own distinct style. Canadian Club whisky, often referred to as ‘CC’ was originally formed in 1858 by Hiram Walker in Detroit, Michigan. However, the distillery was relocated to Ontario, the southernmost city of Canada, when it became evident to Walker that prohibition was gaining momentum in the US, from the 1850s onward.

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o one knows what the ‘Old Number 7’ brand on each bottle of Jack Daniel’s refers to except for the late Jack Daniel’s himself. Some theories include that Jack Daniel’s was his seventh recipe; his seventh trial batch; the way he wrote ‘7’, or that he had seven girl friends. It still appears on every bottle of Jack Daniel’s to this day.

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Glenmorangie 10yo Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Smirnoff Black Vodka

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