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94 points James Halliday: "Selective-harvested, a mix of new and old clones destemmed and co-fermented, 10 days on skins, then pressed to French barriques (10% new) for mlf and 11 months maturation. Bright, clear crimson-purple-hue; Helen's Hill nailed this wine in a hectic vintage, the fragrant, high-toned flavours of red cherries and berries make oak a vehicle, not an end in itself." (08/2019)

2018 Helen's Hill "Ingram Road" Chardonnay Yarra Valley Victoria
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94 points James Halliday: "Selective-harvested, pressed to French puncheons (10% new) for primary (wild) ferment on solids, 20% mlf, 11 months in barrel with occasional batonnage. Fruit-driven, with good varietal expression (grapefruit, green apple) and bright acidity. The screwcap guarantees 5 years accumulation of complexity without loss of fruit freshness." (08/2019)

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Warm with orange and spice notes, this gin is earthy and woodsy, finishing with a hint of bitter orange peel. Mix this mouthwatering gin made in Australia's Yarra Valley into Negronis and other bold-flavored cocktails. (KN)" (08/2017) K&L Notes: The pride of Australia is now available here at K&L! After sweeping Double Gold at the San Francisco Spirits competition and wowing serious fans of gin around the world, Four Pillars is bringing its incredible gins from down under to the U.S. Utilizing "four pillars" of success (qual...

2017 Oakridge "Henk Vineyard - Block 864" Pinot Noir Yarra Valley Victoria
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97 points James Halliday: "From the red volcanic soils of Woori Yallock. Hand-picked and sorted, 100% destemmed and wild-fermented with 21 days on skins, matured for 12 months in French oak (10% new). Has the wonderful colour, and the fragrance of spices, forest and red fruits, the palate with luscious fruit encased in silky tannins. Has the balance and length of great young Pinot whatever its provenance. " (08/2019) 96-97 points James Suckling: "Tasted the final blend pre-bottling. A parcel from the Henk Vineyard. This has an entrancing nose of ripe ...

96 points James Halliday: "Hand-picked, whole berries and whole bunches small batch open-fermented, larger concrete fermenters at the original winery also included for extended maceration on skins for 2 weeks, matured for 19 months in French oak (27% new). Both bouquet and medium-bodied palate offer a tapestry of black fruits, spices and black pepper, tannins woven through the succulent, juicy black fruits, French oak there or thereabouts, and fine lingering tannins. " (08/2017) 92 points Vinous: "Bright violet. Potent, mineral-accented dark berry, col...

Located in the Yarra Valley of Australia, Oakridge produces four different offerings of wines produced with estate and purchased grapes. The "Over the Shoulder" wines are, according to the winery, "great examples of wines that typify varietal characteristics of the Yarra Valley. ... Amplifying flavours of everyday foods with their intensity and sharpness, these quality, cool-climate wines are low alcohol and are representative of the Yarra Valley region."
Price: $14.99

The pride of Australia is now available here at K&L! After sweeping Double Gold at the San Francisco Spirits competition and wowing serious fans of gin around the world, Four Pillars is bringing its incredible gins from Down Under to the U.S. Utilizing "four pillars" of success (quality German copper stills, pure Yarra Valley water, unique Australian botanicals, and love, of course), the team of Aussies has created what we think are the best portfolio of high-quality, serious gins we've ever tasted. At a whopping 58.8%, the Navy Strength gin is a bold an...
Price: $44.99

Four Pillars "Faultline" K&L Exclusive Gin (750ml)
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When our first batch of Four Pillars Faultline Gin ran out, we were all devastated. Initially conceived as a one-off project, the FP Fautlline turned out to be one of our most popular gins ever, both among staff and our customers. After months of trying to find a substitute, we conceded that the first go around was just too good and needed to be remade to the exact same specs. The initial batch was put together by David Driscoll, K&L Buyer Emeritas, wanting to build on the clean citrus notes and the creamy texture that are the calling cards of Four Pilla...
Price: $34.99

94 points James Suckling: "Another very exotic white from Yeringberg, which remains focused and dialed-in. Dried pineapple is the main attraction on the nose, as well as apple pastries, red grapefruit, passion fruit and praline. An acutely smoky undertone, too. Round and opulent on the palate, but it is still very much in check. This is all thanks to a refreshing layer of acidity through the mid-palate, carrying this long through the finish. " (06/2018) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Hints of roasted cashew accent lemon-curd notes on the nos...

It took a year longer than they thought it would, but after labeling conflicts with the TTB and a bit of arguing over what exactly the Bloody Shiraz gin was (a liqueur? a sloe gin?), they finally settled on "flavored" and got the darn bottles onto American soil. Perhaps the single most delicious spirit made by Four Pillars, the Bloody Shiraz is finally on our shelf and ready for you to consume it all! Four Pillars is located in Australia's Yarra Valley, one of the centers of serious wine production in the country. Every year during harvest time, the guys...
Price: $39.99

92 points James Halliday: "It sits on the lighter side of medium-bodied but it's juicy, characterful and terrific to drink. It provokes the words 'there should be more wines like this'. Coffee grounds, licorice, deli meats, black pepper. A general plumminess too, and it's from here the flavour profile takes its sway. Every step of the way it feels and tastes good." (08/2018) 92 points Wine & Spirits: "This blend from Central Victoria includes Shiraz from cool-climate sites as well as fruit from some warmer vineyards. It comes together in a wine that’s ...

94 points James Halliday: "Multi-clone, wild-fermented in French oak (10% new), 10 months maturation. Generous and rich, with nectarine and white peach to the fore, neatly tightened on the finish by grapefruit/citrus acidity." (11/2017)

97 points Bob Campbell: "Medium to deep red/purple colour with a bright, fresh, clean cabernet aroma of sweet cassis and background cedar. The wine is medium to full-bodied, with restrained but glorious flavour, and is slightly closed. It has a tight, firm palate, but reveals more and more blackberry, blackcurrant cabernet character as it airs in the glass. It's elegant and texturally refined. A beautiful cabernet with a big future. It demands patience. (Fruit is off the original Oakridge vineyard at Seville, to mark the Oakridge 40th anniversary.) (Huo...

Winery notes: "This very Australian wine style is very dark red with an opulent purple mousse of fine bubbles. Complex layers of aromas, blueberries, plums, black olives, potpourri, fresh bread, pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg and grilled nuts. Round plush fruit flavours with notes of spice and all things nice. The savoury mouthfeel and fine bead of bubbles give this wine a long persistent finish. This wine is great when drunk young but will soften and continue to develop complex characters in the bottle for the next 15 years or more. Drink it with a crumbly ol...
Price: $34.99

2010 Chapoutier-Laughton (La Pleiade) "Cluster M45" Shiraz Heathcote Victoria
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97 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Deep garnet-purple, the 2010 Cluster M45 Shiraz has lovely floral and herbal notes wafting over a solid core of youthful blackberries and black cherries with nuances of Chinese five spice and cloves. Great intensity and balance in a rather modest medium-full body with great graininess to the tannins and plenty of freshness. It finishes long. Note that no 2011 Cluster M45 was produced. (LPB)" (02/2015) 95 points James Halliday: "Medium red-purple; while I remain to be convinced the baume (and hence alcohol) leve...

Lisa Perrotti-Brown writes: "Winemaker Mac Forbes, formerly with Mount Mary, has now gone out on his own purchasing fruit from across Yarra Valley and crafting wines to his own unique style."
Price: $29.99

94 points James Halliday: "Unimpeachable varietal expression from the first whiff of the bouquet to the finish of the medium-bodied palate. A fusion of cassis/blackcurrant, black olive, bay leaf and savoury tannins. As is usual, oak plays a minor role in shaping flavour." (02/2018)

94 points James Halliday: "Sourced from 30ha of estate vines, and matured for 18 months in both large and small predominantly French barrels for 18 months. Given the compressed vintage with everything ripening at the same time - and early - keeping track of fruit development was no easy task. This is one of the most elegant and fresh shirazs yet produced by Tahbilk, all the right decisions made in the vineyards and winery. A typical touch of Tahbilk earth wends its way through the plum and blackberry fruit of a wine that has long since proved its longevi...


94 points James Suckling: "Very attractive white peppers and baking spices with a wealth of red-plum, mulberry and dark-raspberry aromas. The palate adds dark peach-like fruit to the mix, which is also present on the nose. Plums, cassis and cherries abound. Really saturated and velvety. Drink or hold. Screw cap." (08/2018) 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "If opening the 2016 Great Western Shiraz Bin No 1 anytime soon, I'd recommend giving it a quick decanting, as it comes out of the bottle quite funky. It'll come around quickly, if my bottle w...

96 points James Suckling: "Impressively complex with wet stony notes and dark berries, as well as a wealth of attractively fragrant spices, brambly plums, blackberries and black cherries. The glossy dark-fruited palate is laced with spicy oak and built on layers of fine, ethereal tannins." (06/2018)

Praise from Joe Czerwinski in Wine Advocate: "Chicago-born Brad Hickey, a former NYC sommelier, came to South Australia in 2007 and has been here ever since. That's what happens when you fall in love with a local—and McLaren Vale is a pretty beautiful place in which to settle down. Hickey's built a reputation on the back of his use of amphorae, long macerations and innovative grape varieties and blends. You won't find many other Riesling-Sémillon blends, let alone ones that are co-fermented. While the ZBO and NDV helped put his Brash Higgins persona/bran...
Price: $34.99

94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Deep garnet with a touch of purple, the 2009 Cluster M45 Shiraz has notes of fragrant earth and forest floor over youthful black fruits and tar. Full-bodied and built like a brick house with firm chewy tannins and a nice acid backbone, it has a wonderfully long, earthy finish. (LBP)" (02/2015) 93 points Vinous: "Dark purple. Deeply pitched aromas of dark berry preserves, cherry-cola, vanilla and licorice. Velvety and seamless in texture, offering sappy blueberry and cherry flavors that coat and stain the palate...

James Halliday: "These wines have a super-cult status and, given the small production, are extremely difficult to find...The Chardonnay is one of Australia’s greatest" K&L Notes: PLEASE NOTE: This product is offered as a complete case in original packaging. If the wines are going to be shipped upon arrival, the bottles will be sent in pulp shippers to protect the bottles during shipping, with the empty case itself shipped separately on request. Will Call or Local Delivery orders can be handled as intact cases. Please detail any special handling request...
Price: $950.00

Bid on this bottle of 2002 Wild Duck Creek "Duck Muck" Shiraz Heathcote Victoria (95RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The renowned 2002 Shiraz Duck Muck, a late harvest cuvee with 16.5% alcohol, does not possess the Amarone-like, raisiny, pruny character one might expect from a Shiraz of this power. It boasts a dense purple color, a sumptuous perfume of black fruits, white flowers, and toasty oak, tremendous balance, full body, immense concentration, and abundant glycerin. Give it 3-4 more years of cellaring, and drink it over the following 10-15. Sadly, there are only 200 cases, which I suppose explains the bold pricing. (RP)" (10/2004)
Starting Bid: $120.00