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At Bunnamagoo Estate the focus is on highly individual traditionally-made wines. The grapes are sourced from Bunnamagoo, an historic property near Rockley and from the Eurunderee vineyard not far from Mudgee.

Top 40 NSW Wines 2014

Bunnamagoo '1827' Reserve Chardonnay – Silver Medal

Bunnamagoo Autumn Semillon – Silver Medal


2014 International Sweet Wine Challenge

Bunnamagoo Autumn Semillon – GOLD Medal


Wine Showcase Magazine


Bunnamagoo '1827' Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 Bunnamagoo Estate Chardonnay 2013 Bunnamagoo Autumn Semillon 2013


Bunnamagoo Estate Semillon 2011

Bunnamagoo Estate Rose 2013

Mt Lawson Chardonnay 2013.


Viña Canepa's strategy is to produce quality wines and representative of their origin, seeking to be a benchmark of high-level Chilean wine in the world.


Founded in 1996, Trivento Bodegas y Viñedos produces brand-name wines distinguished for preserving the character of the winds.
Trivento has become the most diversely distributed Argentine wine brand in the world, positioning the company among the preeminent Argentine exporters.

La Chamiza

In 1918, at the same time Hurlingham won the celebrated Argentina Polo Open, Don Martín Alsina founded La Chamiza Estate, a place where he could fulfill his dream of raising polo horses.
As time passed, given the excellent qualities of the terroir, what once began as a meeting place for playing polo among friends, became the birthplace of the wines we produce today.
The winemaking project began in 2003, with the objective of achieving excellence in high-end wines, reflecting in every bottle quality, elegance and the essence of Argentina.


Neudorf Vineyards, situated in the Upper Moutere Valley of Nelson, was established by Tim and Judy Finn in 1978. Neudorf Vineyards is credited with producing one of New Zealand's best Chardonnay's. It also has an international reputation for the quality of its other Pinot Noir, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Gris wines.

Vina Santiago

It was recorded that Valdepenas was one of the first regions in Spain to cultivate the wine grapes. In the earth 13th century, the knights of Santiago were established with responsibility for the care and protection for the vine. The grapes have flourished since.


Vidal Wines gained its name from its founder, Anthony Joseph Vidal. In 1905 he purchased a small property in Hastings, once the stables that occupied the site were converted into a cellar, Anthony set about planting some grapevines. Thereafter success led to expansion with further vineyard plantings in Te Awanga and then Te Mata.

The winery is a member of Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand and Biogro certified.

Pink Elephant

An exciting new concept launched in 2007, Pink Elephant is the ultimate new rose from Portugal, created by two of the world’s top winemakers as the perfect match to spicy food.

Pink Elephant Rose has supported the Elephant Family since 2008 and every bottle sold includes a donation to the Elephant Family which is the UK’s biggest funder for the endangered Asian elephant.

This is such a special and adored wine that we created a Facebook page for it.



Produced by Jean-Louis Malard, made and cellared in the Grand Cru village of Ay.

A modern classic with impactful label design coupled with elegant quality.

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