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  • By Farr Chardonnay 2020

    £55.95

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  • By Farr Farrside Pinot Noir 2019

    £57.99

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  • By Farr GC Chardonnay 2019

    £72.99

    “Roasted hazelnut smoke-infused nose. Quite a fleshy palate with ripe stone fruits and a cashew-nut note on the salty long finish – has real concentration and energy. Drink: 2021-2028. 17 points”

    Alistair Cooper, JancisRobinson.com (09/21)

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  • By Farr RP Pinot Noir 2018

    £71.95

    “Youthful nose, dark cherry and spice. Great energy and firm tannins, a nice whole-bunch smoky note. Wonderful gripping texture with such poise and acidity. Always a pleasure! Drink: 2021-2028. 17.5 points”

    Alistair Cooper, JancisRobinson.com (09/21)

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  • By Farr Shiraz 2018

    £43.99

    “From a producer and region better known for Pinot Noir, the 2018 Shiraz has some Pinot-like character, being both medium-bodied and silky textured. Darker-hued than Farr’s Pinots, it features mulberry fruit and plenty of smoky, slightly bacony nuances, perhaps even a bit of blueberry on the long, mouthwatering finish. It reminds me of an excellent Saint-Joseph in its overall profile. Drink: 2021-2028. 92 points”

    Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate (253)

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  • By Farr Tout Pres Pinot Noir 2019

    £69.99

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  • By Farr Viognier 2020

    £58.99

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  • Clonakilla Riesling 2018

    £27.75

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  • Clonakilla Shiraz/Viognier 2019

    £79.99

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  • Clonakilla Viognier 2019

    £35.75

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  • Glaetzer Anaperenna 2019

    £41.99

    “The 2019 Anaperenna Shiraz-Cabernet Sauvignon is an 84-16 blend, all sourced from the northern end of the Barossa Valley. Bottled in October 2020 and scheduled to be released in October 2021, it features lovely lift and delicate herbal nuances on the nose, plus hints of red and black currants and blackberries. Full-bodied and supple, it’s also crisp, long and velvety on the finish, picking up delicious nuances of vanilla, dark chocolate and bright, fresh fruit. Drink: 2023-2035. 95 points

    My thanks to Ben Glaetzer for staying up late to chat via Zoom about his 2019 wines. All of the grapes for Glaetzer come from the Ebenezer district of the Barossa—just six growers in total (largely Hoffmann and Roehr). So, not only do the Glaetzer wines offer a taste of Ben’s winemaking, they also provide a sense of place that goes beyond just “Barossa Valley.” Although Glaetzer describes the 2019 vintage in generally positive terms, he didn’t make his luxury wine, Eye of Ra, this year. The 2016 version, previously reviewed, will be released in October, and there is a 2018 waiting in the wings (and very probably a 2021 as well).”

    Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate (256)

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  • Grosset Gaia 2018

    £48.99

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