Who we are
Established in 1986, we are a Tasmanian family owned and operated boutique wine retailer in the heart of Hobart. We specialise in the finest Tasmanian
and Australian wine, as well as imported, with an ever expanding portfolio full of quality wines, spirits, liqueurs and more. We have something
for every budget and every taste.
We pride ourselves on a friendly and knowledgeable experience.
Stone fruits, citrus and subtle spice. White peach and guava, balanced by a refreshing crisp acidity and careful use of French oak to add structure and complexity.
Alcohol: 12.5%, Grape: Chardonnay
5 Star Winery - James Halliday
Audrey Wilkinson, Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia.
- $19.70 per bottle
An explosion of aromas- pepper, aniseed, cocoa, rosé petals, plum and black olives- all vying for attention. A background of bay leaf and nutty oak adds to the complexity. Plush and rounded red and blue fruit flavours leap forward and circle the tongue. The medium bodied richness is highlighted with pops of savoury pepper then drawn out to a long finish with fine powdery tannins.
Ideal to drink with rare eye fillet steak and all the trimmings!
GOLD Medal - National Wine Show
GOLD Medal - Royal Adelaide Wine Show
SILVER Medal - Royal Perth Wine Show
BRONZE Medal - Royal Victorian Wine Show
BRONZE Medal - Ballarat Wine Show
91 points - James Halliday
5 Star Vineyard - James Halliday
Alcohol: 13.5%, Grape: Shiraz, Cellar: Drink now or for up to 10 years.
Best's Wines, Great Western, Victoria, Australia.
- $26.40 per bottle
- A lovely fragrant nose of spice and oak. The palate is lightly structured, dark fruits and oak tannins meld together seamlessly. A lighter style of red with the Pinot Meunier giving an interesting twist to the palate profile. An alternative to those warm climate, big reds.Grape: Pinot Meunier, Alcohol: 12.8%, Cellar: Drink now or within a couple of years.
Iron Pot Bay, West Tamar, Tasmania.
- $30.25 per bottle
The R9 level of sweetness is the most popular in the Pressing Matters range, providing a “whole mouth” sensation on tasting. Compared with their super-dry R0, the R9 with 9 grams of sugar fires up the taste-buds.
“Quince confit, ginger, orange blossom and a hint of chutney make for a complex introduction. The palate is kinetic, yet not quite electric; etched by grape skin phenolics and the variety’s genetic fiery acidity.” 92 points – Silver, James Halliday
BRONZE - 2019 Tasmanian Wine Show
Grape: Riesling, Alcohol: 12.2%, Residual Sugars: 9 g/L
Pressing Matters, Coal River Valley, Tasmania
- $34.20 per bottle