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Issue 3 Spring 2010

Happy Specials valid 25th October to 7th November 2010

Marlborough the home of New Zealand sauvignon blanc Whats in a name? Pinot gris & pinot grigio Cabernet merlot Beer lingo Versitile vodka


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elcome to our annual birthday edition for Liquor Barons, in recognition of 19 years in the liquor business in Western Australia. To celebrate, you’ll find this edition of BYO contains a number of specially-priced beers, wines and spirits for our loyal Liquor Barons customers to take advantage of. We’re proud of the past 19 years and all that we’ve achieved in liquor retailing in WA. In that time, our co-operative has grown to include 25 stores – all of which pride themselves on their dedication to first-class customer service and product knowledge. Through the Barons Advantage Club, our loyal members have the chance to accrue points and access specials offered to members. This edition of BYO focuses on some of the most popular beers, wines and spirits that make for perfect warmweather drinking. For all your liquor needs, this spring – look no further than Liquor Barons. Lou Spagnolo Chairman Liquor Barons Cooperative

Win a fantastic Voyage Estate Hamper - One per store to be won!

Voyager Estate Girt By Sea Cabernet Merlot & SBS 92 Points James Halliday Australian Wine Companion

1799

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per bottle

A recent tasting of Voyager wines pitted against some of the very best wines of the world showed the quality of this producer. A fine elegant wine with an excellent concentration of juicy, ripe fruit displaying flavours of blackberry, dark cherry and mulberry. The silky tannins integrate seamlessly with the fruit. Pure quality.

Read about Voyager Estate on pages 8 and 9

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A special welcome to our new store in Wembley Downs Shop 1/ 11 Bournemouth Cresent

Ph: 9245 2484

Have a look at these special offers for spring, exclusive to Liquor Barons customers. Our buying team has done all the hard work to bring you the best prices on a great range of drinks you know and love – as well as hopefully introducing you to some new styles, brands and producers. So if you’re after a drink for the Spring Racing Carnival, or just for enjoying the start of our beautiful West Australian warm weather, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for at Liquor Barons.

Toohey’s Extra Dry stubbies 24’s warm

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Grandin Méthode Traditionelle Brut

1099

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each

Members Price

Evans & Tate Classic Red & White Wines

2for $

25

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Smirnoff Red Label Vodka 700ml

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Bonus E&T Hat with each 2 bottle purchase While stocks last! Not a member? Join today , membership is free.

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regional destination

Marlborough

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he Marlborough wine region of New Zealand is where it all began for one of the world’s most loved white wines – New Zealand sauvignon blanc – synonymous with spring and summer. With the first vines planted in Marlborough in only 1973, this region is, by world-standards, very young. The incredible success that its sauvignon blanc has enjoyed around the globe in the last 30 years is staggering. Why is it so distinct? Marlborough provides ideal growing conditions for this varietal, with plenty of sunshine, cool nights and a long growing season ensuring the 4

vibrant fruit flavours for which Marlborough sauvignon blanc is renowned. These zesty fruit flavours, along with distinct pungent characters on the nose, give New Zealand ‘savvy’ an identity all of its own. In sauvignon blanc from Marlborough, you can expect to find a wine that strikes a balance between the herbal/green grassy characters and the riper passionfruit and grapefruit flavours typical of this variety, making it an ideal crisp white wine for warmer months. While sauvignon blanc is the most planted grape in Marlborough and undoubtedly the star of the show, the sparkling wines

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made in the méthode traditionelle style are also well sought-after. Chardonnay, riesling and pinot noir can also be found in Marlborough. While there are a significant number of key producers in this region, some of the most loved wineries in Marlborough include Cloudy Bay, Mt. Riley, Kim Crawford Winery, St Clair, Brancott Estate (formerly Montana), Villa Maria and Wither Hills. In addition to its wineries, the region offers visitors stunning scenery of towering mountains, wide valleys and the Marlborough Sounds with its winding waterways and pristine wilderness.


In sauvignon blanc from Marlborough, you can expect to find a wine that strikes a balance between the herbal/green grassy characters and the riper passionfruit and grapefruit flavours typical of this variety.

1299

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Mount Riley per bottle Sauvignon Blanc Selected by British Airways Business Class the first NZ SB ever to be poured in Business Class by BA. New Zealand Master of Wine Bob Campbell has selected the 2009 Sauvignon Blanc as a “bargain buy” and said “Mount Riley consistently offers good Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc at a great price.

1499

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Secret Stone per bottle Sauvignon Blanc 87/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel The finest parcels of fruit from New Zealand’s Marlborough region have been selected for Secret Stone Sauvignon Blanc. Producing a distinctive Sauvignon Blanc style for which the region has become well regarded throughout the world fresh, vibrant and elegant.

1299

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Ta_Ku per bottle Sauvignon Blanc 89/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel A new wine from the giant Constellation wine company, owner of the Hardy’s and Houghton’s brands in Australia. Fresh cut grass and herbal fruit flavours are well balanced but crisp acidity. Being from a large company this wine offers great value.

1499

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Giesen per bottle Sauvignon Blanc 89/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel There is a lot of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc around, but at this price level there are none better. This wine is all about the fruit, intense tropical and herbal characters flow through the palate. Simply delicious drinking.

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Crowded House per bottle Sauvignon Blanc Bronze Medal Winner 2009 Air New Zealand Wine Awards Crowded House Sauvignon Blanc is a fun, fresh, lively and crisp wine. A true reflection of the Marlborough region, it has zesty acidity and is well balanced with fruit sweetness. Tropical notes are interwoven with hints of grassiness.

1499

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Saint Clair per bottle Sauvignon Blanc 90/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel From one New Zealand’s most awarded wineries, this is consistently a stunningly good wine. A crisp and powerful wine showing intense flavours of passionfruit and blackcurrant, with underlying gooseberry tones. This wine has a full yet elegant palate with subtle minerality. Well balanced acidity provides a long, lingering finish. the magazine for Liquor Barons VIP customers 5


red wine

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abernet sauvignon and merlot together make up one of the most harmonious and classical wine blends in winemaking. Just as semillon and sauvignon blanc pair perfectly in white wine, or chardonnay and pinot noir in sparkling wine, cabernet and merlot favourably complement each other to create a distinct and delicious red wine style. While each is a noble grape variety in their own right, with their origins in Bordeaux France, and as two of the most widely planted red grape varietals here in Australia, the two varietals stand alone with their own, much-loved

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characteristics. Yet when combined, it’s said the two grape varietals bring a new dimension to one another. Cabernet merlot tends to be deep black in colour and exhibits aromas and flavours of chocolate, plum and violets. Oak influence can also add soft spice, cedar or vanilla characters. The cabernet brings to the party its dark, brooding and lateripening blackcurrant and bramble fruit flavours while the merlot contributes more vibrant, early-ripening plum fruit flavours and a velvet-like texture. The merlot also has a softening effect on the tannins found in cabernet, which can

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be quite upfront. For this reason, cabernet merlot is also a very food-friendly wine as tannins are less likely to dominate or overpower the meal. Ideal for this time of year, try it with lamb, pizza or with a barbecue. As with most things in life, it’s all about getting the proportions right. The ideal cabernet merlot blend ratio is touted to be approximately 70 per cent cabernet to 30 per cent merlot. The best cabernet merlot in Australia is created in cool-climate wine regions, and some of the best examples in the country are crafted here in Western Australia.


Cabernet merlot is an ideal spring-drinking red wineslightly softer than more full-bodied reds but with no shortage of fruit flavour, structure and character. Try with lamb at your next BBQ.

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$ 99 d’Arenburg per bottle Stump Jump Wines 88/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel There can be few wine companies that offer so many wines in the portfolio and even fewer that offer such quality form the top to the bottom of the range. Vibrant fresh and juicy, this blend is medium bodied and made for current drinking.

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Tempus Two twin buy Varietal Cabernet Merot 88/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel The McGuigan name is a very famous one in Australian wine history. Lisa’s father is Brian who took the Wyndham Estate label to one of the biggest brands in the country. This wine would make any father proud, soft and juicy full of fruit, a little dark chocolate flavour and with mild tannins. Two bonus glasses with each 2 bottle purchase of Tempus Two. While stocks last!

1199

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Catching Thieves per bottle Cabernet Merlot 87 Points James Halliday Australian Wine Companion Fast becoming a new favourite, with good wine show results and press reviews. As a summer red they don’t get much better, soft juicy, full of attractive cherry fruit and great value.

1299

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Brookland Valley per bottle Verse 1 Cabernet Merlot 90 Points James Halliday Australian Wine Companion This is a popular favourite and with very good reason. Attractive berry and red current fruit is well balanced by a touch of Margaret River gum leaf character. Consistently delivering soft and juicy medium bodied drinking.

1299

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Taylors Estate per bottle Range Wines Blue Gold - Top 100 Sydney International Wine Competition Champions of both the Clare Valley and good value reds, Taylor’s use quality Clare fruit to deliver good value again and again. Medium weight dark cherry fruit and a regional savoury flavour, rounded out with a soft mild tannin finish.

1799

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Vinaceous Snake Charmer per bottle Shiraz 83 Points James Halliday Australian Wine Companion Playful labelling is among the very best on the market. Thankfully the contents back this up very well. Rich ripe and luscious plum and dark cherry fruit, with chocolate overtones. A text book example of the regional style. Don’t be an Asp and miss out on the delicious McLaren Vale Shiraz. the magazine for Liquor Barons VIP customers 7


winemaker profile

Voyager Estate By Peter Forrestal

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fter 20 years, Voyager Estate is clearly established as one of Margaret River’s best-known wineries and few who visit the region would do so without calling at its sumptuous cellar door and restaurant and enjoying its magnificent rose gardens and picture-perfect winery grounds. In his vision for Voyager Estate, the impact of this experience on the visitor was so important to owner Michael Wright that he delayed the opening of the cellar door until he was satisfied that the landscaping of the lawns and gardens was precisely as he wanted it. This attention to detail and the dramatic concept for the estate has seen Voyager recognised as ‘Best Wine Tourism Experience’ at the 2010 Gourmet Traveller Travel Awards.

and the Wright family

When Michael Wright bought the 20 hectare Freycinet vineyard from viticulturist, Peter Gheradi, in 1991 many wondered why a tee-totaller, one of Western Australia’s wealthiest men, would be keen to be involved in the wine industry. The pages of history provide some clues. The Wright family were tenant farmers in England for 200 years before Frederick Thomas Wright migrated to Maldon in Victoria in 1863 to continue that tradition. His son, Frederick Thomas, moved to Kalgoorlie during the gold rush of the 1890s, established a successful agricultural supplies business and had five children. One of these, Ernest Archibald (known as Peter) developed financial know-how and negotiating skills working as an accountant for the Bank of New South Wales and was sought out by his classmate from Hale School, Lang Hancock, to help exploit the opportunities arising from his mining exploration of the Pilbara. The royalties from iron ore mining has been the basis of the Wright family fortune.

in Margaret River attracted him, especially because he saw the wine industry as offering an opportunity to pursue his love of farming in an ‘exciting, multilayered enterprise’. He was able to use his knowledge of soils and climate to find the right site. His children remember clandestine expeditions with empty jars and bottles diving under or clambering over fences to obtain soil and water samples. As the owner of Voyager Estate, Michael Wright sees himself as a farmer: and, says his daughter, Alex, sweetly ‘he dresses like one’.

The tug of the land was strong and most of the descendants of Frederick Thomas took to farming including Peter’s son, Michael. While loving life on the land and working as a wool and wheat farmer, Michael was frustrated by government restrictions which prevented farmers from becoming involved in marketing or value-adding. The success of viticulture

The drive and energy that Michael Wright has put into the first 20 years of Voyager’s life has seen the winery wellestablished. Its growth has been slow, steady and marketdriven. There are 115 hectares of contiguous land under vine, supplying 95 per cent of Voyager’s needs. It produces about 40,000 cases of wine and had its best sales last year, at a time that the wine industry is doing it tough.

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The name Voyager came from one of the family’s farms on the Great Eastern Highway on the road to York, now owned by cousins. Now in her thirties, Michael’s daughter, Alex, is general manager of Voyager after working in the family business for eight years. She already has an impressive CV working for wine industry bodies and in the area of her great love, the arts. Alex was a member of the first cohort of the Wine Australia Future Leaders program and readily testifies to the importance of this initiative in her own development. While it may well have been the tourist experience that initially attracted visitors to Voyager Estate, today they are just as likely to come because of the quality of the wines. The whites, especially the chardonnay, have been among the finest in Margaret River for a decade and the reds have gradually been attracting attention. A listing in the fifth Langton’s Classification in the Distinguished category for the Voyager Estate Cabernet Merlot places it among the top 40 cabernets in the country in a list of 123 ‘ultra-fine’ Australian wines.

The wines 2007 Voyager Estate Chardonnay The 2007 has heady aromatics, lemon curd and white peach flavours, creamy mid-palate richness and zesty acidity. The Voyager Cabernet Merlots – 2001 to 2005 From 2001 onwards, these are first rate cabernet merlots – close to the best produced in the region. The 2001 is still fresh and vibrant, with bright brambly, blackcurrant flavours, good weight and balance; 2002 (a more difficult vintage) lacks the depth of 2001 but is succulent with attractive flavour; 2003 needs time yet has power, concentration, redcurrant and cassis flavours and substantial slinky tannins; 2004 is a step up, plush, restrained, with brambly, blackcurrant flavours and a seductive velvety texture; while 2005 has concentration and power with more elegance and finesse. Steve James, who has been at Voyager since 1998 as viticulturist, took over as winemaker / viticulturist when Cliff Royle, moved on in 2009. He believes that improvements to the vineyards – removal of blue gums on the southern boundary, doing away with fertiliser and the reduction of irrigation – have helped quality. From 2000, Voyager has sourced fruit for the cabernet merlot from the outstanding North Block (planted in 1994) and from a grower in Wilyabrup. Both have made a difference to the quality of the finished wine.

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white wine

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his summer, you’re likely to see more pinot gris and pinot grigio wines at your local Liquor Barons store as these wines continue to emerge as one of the hottest new white wines. Pinot gris and pinot grigio are made from the same grape varietal but are two different styles of wine, made using different techniques. Pinot gris (pronounced pee-no gree) is based on wines from the Alsace region of France. It’s a fuller wine with more rich flavours made from riper grapes that often have just a touch of sweetness. Pinot grigio (pronounced peeno gree-jo) on the other hand is based on a style from Northern Italy and is less complex but more light, crisp and dry. Due to their different flavour profiles, gris and grigio pair well with different foods. For pinot grigio, a match of seafood such as oysters or prawns would work well; while pinot gris is better suited to richer, fatter foods such as roasted chicken.

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While both pinot gris and pinot grigio have been produced for some years in Australia, it’s been in recent times that the wines have gained in momentum and popularity. As there is such a broad difference in the two styles, a new ‘style spectrum’ labeling system has been developed called PinotG which will indicate on the label on the bottle, the range in which the wine falls – from the spectrum of crisp at one end (where most grigio falls) to luscious at the other end (where more gris will lean towards). The new label system is very new and has only started rolling out in recent months on some bottles, but in time, more and more of these wines are expected to carry the indicative style label. In the meantime, head into any Liquor Barons store and ask your friendly staff to help you discover if you’re a ‘gris’ or ‘grigio’ kind of guy or girl.


to pinot gris Pinot gris is a fuller wine with more rich flavours made from riper grapes that often have just a touch of sweetness while pinot grigio is less complex but more light, crisp and dry.

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Oakover six bottle buy White Label Wines 4 1/2 Stars Winestate magazine Western Australia produces many excellent classic blends, some dominated by sweetness. This wine is not one of them and is all the better for it. Very attractive green apple and tropical fruit is well balanced by a tangy acidity.

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$ 99

Plantagenet per bottle Hazard Hill Wines 90 Points James Halliday Australian Wine Companion Recently reviewed in our On The Vine Newsletter, this is a very attractive example of the style. Zesty citrus flavours combine with a subtle herbaceousnes. Certainly NOT a Hazard to the purse.

Purchase six bottles and receive a $20 voucher to use at Oakover Restaurant

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Ferngrove per bottle Symbols Wines 89/100 Liquor Barons Wine Panel The premium fruit, the modern winemaking facilities and a good understanding of customers needs, enables Ferngrove to produce premium quality product at a price that represents exceptional value for the high quality wine on offer.

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Barwick Estate twin buy White Label Wines 93 Points James Halliday Australian Wine Companion The growing reputation of this producer will be enhanced by wines such as this. The wine combines all the lively grassy and tropical fruit characters, with a fine minerality. A small portion of the wine is barrel fermented which adds subtle complexity and a creaminess to the palate.

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Capel Vale per bottle Debut Range Wines Bloody Good Peter Forrestal Quaff 2010 The Capel Vale winery sources the best quality fruit from across the South West for the value range. This is a gentle, aromatic Western Australian white that has intense, cool tropical flavours, is focused, vibrant and tangy, finishing fresh and lively. the magazine for Liquor Barons VIP customers 11


beer and cider

size matters

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hen it comes to the language of beer, there’s one perplexing variation state by state around Australia. Depending on which state you’re in, different sized beer glasses are referred to with different names, depending on their glass shape and capacity. Adding to the confusion is the fact that while some states may share the same names, the size capacity of that particular name can vary. While an order of a ‘schooner’ of beer in

Coopers Clear

37

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XXXX Summer Bright

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Coopers Pale Ale

41

$

99

ctn 24’s warm

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3999

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Perth, Sydney, Darwin or Melbourne will secure you 425ml of your favourite amber fluid, in Adelaide you’ll only walk away with 285ml, in parts of Queensland you’ll have to pick a different size or name and in Tassie, they don’t use the term ‘schooner’ at all. So if you’re planning to travel east this summer, it’s worth brushing up on your beer terminology to avoid being lost in translation. Check out our handy beer chart.

Carlsberg

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Hahn Super Dry

42

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ctn 24’s warm

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ctn 24’s warm

Asahi

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Beer glass sizes in Australia Capacity Oz

NSW

VIC

QLD

SA

WA

TAS

NT

115ml

4

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Shetland Pony

Small beer

n/a

140ml

5

Pony

Pony

Small beer

Pony

Pony

n/a

n/a

170ml

6

n/a

Small

n/a

n/a

Bobbie

Beer/Six

n/a

200ml

7

Seven

Glass

n/a

Butcher

Glass

n/a

Seven

225ml

8

n/a

n/a

Glass

n/a

n/a

Eight

n/a

285ml

10

Middy

Pot

Pot

Schooner

Middy

Pot/Ten

Handle

425ml

15

Schooner

Schooner

Schooner

Pint

Schooner

n/a

Schooner

568ml

20

Pint

Pint

n/a

Imperial pint

Pint

Pint

n/a

1140ml

40

Jug

Jug

Jug

Jug

Jug

Jug

Jug

Peroni Nastro Azzurro

Heineken

49

$

99

ctn 24’s warm

Matilda Bay Beers Redback - Beez Neez Fat Yak - Big Helga

50

$

00

any 4 four packs

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TED’s 5 Seeds Cider

six pack

5ltr Keg

Guinness Black Label

1799

1299

$

Bulmer’s Cider - Apple or Pear

$

12

3 for $

500ml bottles

six pack

Little Creatures Pilsner - Pale Ale - Bright Ale

54

$

99

ctn 24’s warm

Magner’s Cider

20

3 for $

568ml bottles

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vodka

Water of life

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700ml

Bonus Miniature with bottle purchase While stocks last!

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odka has to be one of the world’s most versatile spirits. With a rich history and its roots in Eastern Europe, vodka has been the drink to fortify nations through war, floods and famine. The word vodka is a diminutive form of the Slavic word voda (water), interpreted as little water. It is made mostly from water and ethanol with traces of impurities, flavorings and fermented substances such as grain and potatoes. Vodka can be drunk neat on ice but is also a favourite in cocktails and mixed drinks around the world, being the key ingredient in a Bloody Mary, White Russian, Vodka Martini, Cosmopolitan, Screwdriver and Moscow Mule. While its exact origins are unknown, vodka has been traced as far back as the 1300s to Russia. Today Russian vodka brands continue to have worldwide appeal with brands such as Stolichnaya, and Russian Standard. However due to vodka’s increasing popularity in the last 50 years among Westerners, vodka from other corners of the globe have also captured the palates, and imagination, of consumers and bartenders. Finlandia from Finland; Cîroc and Grey Goose from France; Effen, Ketel One, Urus and Van Gogh Vodka from The Netherlands; 42Below from New Zealand; Smirnoff from the UK; Wyborowa and Belvedere from Poland; SKYY Vodka from the US and of course Absolut from Sweden all enjoy a global following. Flavoured vodka has also risen in popularity and nearly every flavour you can think of, from honey, pepper, watermelon and even bacon, has been infused with vodka.

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Absolut Vodka

2999

Finlandia Vodka

$

Finlandia Vodka

$

700ml

3299 700ml

42 Below Vodka

3999

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700ml

Bonus Cooler Jacket with bottle purchase While stocks last!


The best way to store an opened bottle of vodka, particularly over our warm summer, is in the freezer. That’s the secret to serving it neat with ice. The high alcohol content will prevent the contents of the bottle from freezing.

Grey Goose Vodka

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Glenfiddich 12YO Scotch Whisky

Midori Liqueur

4999

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700ml

1199

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4x275ml

2399

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2799

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Black Douglas Scotch Whisky

Vodka Cruiser Premix Stubbies

700ml

500ml

Chambord Liqueur

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$ Wild Turkey American Honey

99 500ml

Russian Standard 6.5% Premix

1599

$

4x300ml

3799

$

700ml

Bonus Wild Turkey Leather Hip Flask with purchase While stocks last!

Wild Turkey & Cola

1699

$ Cougar & Cola 4.7% Cans

4x340ml

1799

$

6x375ml

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Champagne & Sparkling

Redbank Emily Sparkling

20

2 for $

Bonus picolo with two bottle purchase

Emeri Sparkling Wines

Yarra Burn Premium Cuvee Brut

Veuve Moisans Blanc de Blanc

Mumm NV Champagne

$

2 for $

$

$

1099

each Bonus can of Taft Hairspray with two bottle purchase Win a trip to Melbourne to see “Hairspray” the musical!

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Bonus pair of Champagne Flutes with two bottle purchase

1499 each

4999 each

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Specials 25th October to 7th November 2010. While stocks last. Pictures for illustration purposes only. Prices may vary in country areas due to freight. BYO Magazine is published by Liquor Barons Co-Op Ltd for Liquor Barons Advantage Club Members - Suite 16, 350 Cambridge St, Wembley WA 6014. P: 08 9287 2222


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