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Angove McLaren Vale The Medhyk Shiraz 750ml

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Opaque purple with bright hues. Aromas of dark black berry fruit, bitter chocolate and liquorice with a touch of earthiness, bound by French oak. Rich and full on the front of the palate with black cherry and berry fruit on the middle palate. The finish is long and well-structured heralding a great wine with substantial ageing potential.

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Organic;Biodynamic;Sustainable;Vegan

Producer Description

Angove Family Winemakers is a fifth generation family business dedicated to crafting super premium and single vineyard wines from McLaren Vale, together with diverse wines from some of South Australia’s great wine growing regions.William Thomas Angove and family arrive in Australia from Cornwall, England to establish a medical practice at Tea Tree Gully in the foothills to the north east of Adelaide.The Angove winemaking story begins with Dr Angove making his first wines in the historic Brightlands Cellars as a tonic for his patients.The wine business begins to grow with 10 acres of vineyards in production and a further 20 acres planted by 1893.The Angove vineyard holdings grows to 100 acres, one of the largest in the state and making up a fifth of the total land planted to vines. Early wines are made from grapes grown in these vineyards as well as those from the nearby `Warboys Vineyard’ owned by Henry Hall.The St Agnes Distillery and Winery is established and winemaking activities are moved from Brightlands Cellars.Dr Angove’s son, Carl ‘Skipper’ Angove ventures to Renmark to establish the Riverland’s first winery and distillery.Carl Angove and Ron Martin establish Dominion Wines Ltd in England. Over the next 20 years Angove & Son are one of the top four Australian wineries exporting to England under the joint venture.Third generation, Thomas William Carlyon (Tom) Angove, graduates as Dux of Oenology from Roseworthy, receiving the Leo Buring Medal for highest aggregate in all diploma subjects, the RH Martin tasting prize and the Karl Weidenhofer prize for an individual project on modified distillation procedure, which today is still published worldwide.Tom Angove is appointed Managing Director and begins a new era of development installing state of the art storage and crushing facilities and building the `Vintage House’ housing thirty-two, five tonne concrete open fermenters, regarded as leading technology at the time.Tom purchases land, now referred to as Nanya Vineyard, in Paringa, across the river from Renmark. The 480 Hectare vineyard is steadily planted to over 18 different grape varieties that supply the company’s commercial wine brands.The vineyards around Tea Tree Gully are compulsorily acquired by the South Australian State Government; with the strike of a politician’s pen the region that three generations of Angove had worked hard to develop is re-zoned from agricultural land to residential as Adelaide’s urban sprawl envelops prime grape growing land.The Angove winery at Tea Tree Gully processes its last fruit on site.Fourth generation of the family, John Carlyon Angove succeeds his father as Managing Director and drives significant development and investment in all aspects of the business.Victoria Angove joins the family business as fifth generation. She begins work on the road selling wine before becoming heavily involved in export market development.Nanya Vineyard begins conversion to certified Organic grape production for the making in to the Angove Family’s first certified Organic Wine.The Angove family acquire a unique and historic vineyard on Chalk Hill Road, McLaren Vale planted to old vine Shiraz and Grenache. The vineyard is renamed Warboys Vineyard and it is immediately farmed with organic and biodynamic practices.Richard Angove joins the family business after a nine year apprenticeship working in other wine businesses around the world.Angove Family Winemakers opens a Cellar Door and function facility on the family’s organic and biodynamic Warboys vineyard in McLaren Vale.The first vintage of the new flagship wine for the company, `The Medhyk’ is released. Made from old vine McLaren Vale Shiraz, basket pressed and aged in French oak. Medhyk, Cornish for “Doctor”, commemorates the company’s founder, Dr William Angove.Angove McLaren Vale Cellar Door won McLaren Vale’s Best New Business Award and a Silver Medal at the South Australian Tourism Awards.Sophie Angove joins the business taking on a role in viticulture.John Angove steps aside as Managing Director, remaining as Chairman, with Richard and Victoria taking up the role jointly.All 500Ha of Angove owned vineyards are farmed using organic principles with full conversion due in 2020.The Angove family expand their vineyard holdings, purchasing the premium Angels Rise vineyard, located 280m above sea level, on prime viticultural land just outside of Clarendon at the boundary of the McLaren Vale region.The fifth generation of the Angove family, John’s son Richard and daughters Victoria and Sophie are both actively involved in the family business and are working to ensure that it is in pristine condition for the sixth generation.

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Opaque purple with bright hues. Aromas of dark black berry fruit, bitter chocolate and liquorice with a touch of earthiness, bound by French oak. Rich and full on the front of the palate with black cherry and berry fruit on the middle palate. The finish is long and well-structured heralding a great wine with substantial ageing potential.

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Organic;Biodynamic;Sustainable;Vegan

Producer Description

Angove Family Winemakers is a fifth generation family business dedicated to crafting super premium and single vineyard wines from McLaren Vale, together with diverse wines from some of South Australia's great wine growing regions.William Thomas Angove and family arrive in Australia from Cornwall, England to establish a medical practice at Tea Tree Gully in the foothills to the north east of Adelaide.The Angove winemaking story begins with Dr Angove making his first wines in the historic Brightlands Cellars as a tonic for his patients.The wine business begins to grow with 10 acres of vineyards in production and a further 20 acres planted by 1893.The Angove vineyard holdings grows to 100 acres, one of the largest in the state and making up a fifth of the total land planted to vines. Early wines are made from grapes grown in these vineyards as well as those from the nearby `Warboys Vineyard' owned by Henry Hall.The St Agnes Distillery and Winery is established and winemaking activities are moved from Brightlands Cellars.Dr Angove's son, Carl 'Skipper' Angove ventures to Renmark to establish the Riverland's first winery and distillery.Carl Angove and Ron Martin establish Dominion Wines Ltd in England. Over the next 20 years Angove & Son are one of the top four Australian wineries exporting to England under the joint venture.Third generation, Thomas William Carlyon (Tom) Angove, graduates as Dux of Oenology from Roseworthy, receiving the Leo Buring Medal for highest aggregate in all diploma subjects, the RH Martin tasting prize and the Karl Weidenhofer prize for an individual project on modified distillation procedure, which today is still published worldwide.Tom Angove is appointed Managing Director and begins a new era of development installing state of the art storage and crushing facilities and building the `Vintage House' housing thirty-two, five tonne concrete open fermenters, regarded as leading technology at the time.Tom purchases land, now referred to as Nanya Vineyard, in Paringa, across the river from Renmark. The 480 Hectare vineyard is steadily planted to over 18 different grape varieties that supply the company's commercial wine brands.The vineyards around Tea Tree Gully are compulsorily acquired by the South Australian State Government; with the strike of a politician's pen the region that three generations of Angove had worked hard to develop is re-zoned from agricultural land to residential as Adelaide's urban sprawl envelops prime grape growing land.The Angove winery at Tea Tree Gully processes its last fruit on site.Fourth generation of the family, John Carlyon Angove succeeds his father as Managing Director and drives significant development and investment in all aspects of the business.Victoria Angove joins the family business as fifth generation. She begins work on the road selling wine before becoming heavily involved in export market development.Nanya Vineyard begins conversion to certified Organic grape production for the making in to the Angove Family's first certified Organic Wine.The Angove family acquire a unique and historic vineyard on Chalk Hill Road, McLaren Vale planted to old vine Shiraz and Grenache. The vineyard is renamed Warboys Vineyard and it is immediately farmed with organic and biodynamic practices.Richard Angove joins the family business after a nine year apprenticeship working in other wine businesses around the world.Angove Family Winemakers opens a Cellar Door and function facility on the family's organic and biodynamic Warboys vineyard in McLaren Vale.The first vintage of the new flagship wine for the company, `The Medhyk' is released. Made from old vine McLaren Vale Shiraz, basket pressed and aged in French oak. Medhyk, Cornish for "Doctor", commemorates the company's founder, Dr William Angove.Angove McLaren Vale Cellar Door won McLaren Vale's Best New Business Award and a Silver Medal at the South Australian Tourism Awards.Sophie Angove joins the business taking on a role in viticulture.John Angove steps aside as Managing Director, remaining as Chairman, with Richard and Victoria taking up the role jointly.All 500Ha of Angove owned vineyards are farmed using organic principles with full conversion due in 2020.The Angove family expand their vineyard holdings, purchasing the premium Angels Rise vineyard, located 280m above sea level, on prime viticultural land just outside of Clarendon at the boundary of the McLaren Vale region.The fifth generation of the Angove family, John's son Richard and daughters Victoria and Sophie are both actively involved in the family business and are working to ensure that it is in pristine condition for the sixth generation.

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United States
Region
California
Alcohol %
11
Varietal
10% Muscat Alexandria, 26% White Riesling, 28% French Colombard, 36% Mixed White

Batch 55 embodies an opulent vintage, which saw its fruit grow amid lush rainfall and balmy temperatures. Nuanced aromas of sun-baked raspberry, crushed blueberry, freshly-turned earth and hints of nutmeg swirl in the glass, segueing to a palate of jammy blackberries, clove and caramel. This blend showcases Zinfandel's warm, luscious character, accentuated by time spent in our charred bourbon barrels, which lent a graceful, smoky finish to the wine.

The California Gold Rush was a period of courage, bravado and curiosity. It was with these characteristics in mind that we crafted Gold Rush Red. Grapes chosen from the golden hills and valleys of California were blended to create this bold, adventurous testament to that intrepid spirit. Parcels of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Zinfandel form the backbone of this wine. Petite Sirah and Merlot were then meticulously selected to add complexity to this intense blend. Each lot began its journey in traditional French and American wine barrels. Then, in true 1000 Stories fashion, winemaker Bob Blue divided the blend, finishing it in a combination of new and used bourbon barrels. The result is a signature 1000 Stories profile: a bold wine with intriguing notes of dried herbs, charred vanilla and a pleasant hint of smoke.

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Harvested from vineyards across Napa Valley, this bold Cabernet Sauvignon is a blend of warmer climate hillside vineyard fruit and valley floor fruit creating a wine that celebrates the region's diversity and complexity. A deep dark purple in the glass, this wine opens with a bouquet of boysenberry, bourbon and toasted vanilla aromas with a waft of caramel. Full-bodied with a plush entry, layers of brown sugar, cocoa, mulling spices and currants fill the mouth and are complemented by rich, round tannins. The finish is long and smooth.

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1881 Napa was created in one of the Napa Valley's oldest historical Victorian homes with a mission to celebrate the origins of America's premier winemaking region and the pioneers that founded it. The history of 1881 Napa is tied inextricably to that of its neighbor, the Oakville Grocery. At the gateway to the Napa Valley stands a landmark historical Victorian home and the oldest continuously operating grocery store in California, founded in 1881. This beloved general store served the visionary pioneers who first planted grapes in the valley. The adjacent founder's home at the junction of Oakville today honors the rich history, legacy and heritage of this world-famous wine region. Known as 1881 Napa, it presents the appellations of Napa Valley to provide a comprehensive discovery of its diversity, abundance, world-renowned terroir and deep history.

The Cabernet Sauvignon 1882 is round and consistent with a velvety palate and a sense of "completeness" from the well-developed linear tannins. Highly aromatic and immediately expressive, you'll find an alluring fragrance of plums, currants, dried cherries, cocoa, and violets followed by smooth flavors of red fruits with a hint of almond. The wine's complexity is made even more intriguing as the wine finishes with the subtle sweetness if white chocolate. If you choose to enjoy this vintage in its youth, we recommend decanting for one hour before serving, otherwise our 1882 Cabernet Sauvignon will continue to evolve and drink best in 5 to 10 years.

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