South Australia

Richard Favretto

richard@purewine.co
0417 927 670

Dean Lowes

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0438 142 780

David Biggs

david@purewine.co
0488 446 111

Jasmine Hosking

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0437 534 620
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Ant Moore Wines

Like their namesake, Ant Moore wines are free spirited.As a winemaker, Ant is an experimenter, a creative oenologist who sees – and does - things differently.From the introduction of wild ferments to the elimination of fining and barrel aging his Sav, there is care and consideration in every Ant Moore wine that is usually reserved for wines well above their price point.
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Mclaren Vale, South Australia

Balance Nation

Balance Nation is a range of Certified Organic, sustainable, low carbon footprint made wines that showcase a modern wine style of freshness and purity. Balance Nation was created for all of the modern conscious consumers who understand that making small changes and balanced decisions in our lifestyles can add up to big differences as a result.
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Barossa Valley, South Australia

Barossa Cider Co

“Every single good thing starts at home.” So, Barossa Cider Co passionately supports all things local. Simple. An old friend of the family once told us ‘Begin as you mean to go on’. In other words, start right and you’ll be travelling sweet at the finish. Our ciders are crafted using 100% hand-picked fresh apples and pears from only the finest family-owned orchards. After squashing the clearest, purest fruit, we ferment the juice using a luxe Champagne yeast under super-high pressure. For the cider geeks out there (ahhhh, that’s us) it means the finest, most delicious fruit characters are retained, the bead is totally pure, totally natural, and everything is put straight back into the bottle so you can drink it and love it. You taste it. 100% hand-picked, all friends-of-the-family growers, apples and pears so juicy… That’s why our multi-award-winning ciders are full-bodied, rich and creamy, drinking right now, and simply, living it and loving it! Proudly born in the heart of South Australia, proudly Barossa, we have the world in our sights and then, who knows, maybe, the ciderverse!”
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Geelong, Victoria

By Farr

The Farr estate is located in the Moorabool Valley between Geelong and Ballarat, 100km southwest of Melbourne. Grape growing in this region dates back more than 200 years, with Swiss settlers planting Victoria’s first vineyards here in the early 1800s. The rich volcanic soil and continental climate at our estate produces premium fruit with a flavour, bouquet and colour that is unique to our surrounding area.
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Tuscany, Italy

Casisano

The feeling of being at Casisano, surrounded by the gentrified nature of the Tuscan countryside, is like setting the clock back a century or so when hurry was an uncommon word; when the British-bourgeoisie could spend leisurely summers strolling the hills.
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Champagne, France

Champagne Devaux

Founded in 1846 Champagne Devaux is the leading producer from the exciting Côte Des Bar region in Champagnes south. The House is owned by leading growers of the Region after the last member of the Devaux family handed control to the group in 1987 with assurances that the growers would strive for the highest standards & continue the legacy of the House.Pinot Noir is King in the Côte Des Bar & hence this variety is prominent in many of the Cuvées and what Devaux refer toas the backbone of the House. The D collection is the principle range & showcases the dedication of the House to long ageing before release with a minimum of 5 years for the NV range & 10 years for the Vintage Cuvée. Chef de Cave Michel Parisot has overseen 25 vintages & has an intimate understanding of the region which has seen Champagne Devaux featured on some of the finest wine lists in the World.
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Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France

Chateau La Nerthe

Château La Nerthe is one of the most historic estates in Châteauneuf-du-Pape with a history dating back to1560.Considered one of the finest producers in the region , the estate has plantings of all thirteen permitted varietals for the appellation & the average vine age is over 40 years old. The Estate has been certified organic since 1998 and the vineyard holdings are located in some of the finest terroirs of Châteauneuf including the plateau of La Crau which is known for the distinctive galets stones that surround the vines. All fruit is hand picked and all wines are made exclusively from estate grown fruit , the Les Cassanges wines are made from estate vineyards that are 15km North of Châteauneuf-du-Pape and offer tremendous value from this prestigious property.
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Languedoc, France

Chateau Maris

Robert Eden is a true champion of the earth and from that, his boldly crafted wines. A pioneer in the Languedoc, Robert doesn’t just implement some outstanding viticulture, he is sustainable, carbon neutral, certified BD and has a winery made from hemp. There is an admiration for his environment and the fruit it yields. Maris are champions of the Languedoc’s first cru ‘La Liviniere’ and are described by Wine Spectator as “The biodynamic apostles of the Languedoc”.
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Burgundy, France

Chateau de Meursault

Chateau de Meursault has a history which dates back to the 11th Century & the property is considere done of the most significant in the Côte d’Or. A total of 60 hectares of vineyard are owned by the Domaine in some of the finest terroirs of the region including Pommard & Volnay, whilst in Meursault the property is blessed with being the largest holder of ‘Charmes ‘ 1er Cru & several monopoles including ‘ Clos deChateau ‘. The 16th Century limestone cellars are some of the largest in Burgundy & each year the property hosts the Paulée de Meursault which celebrates the end of harvest for the region. In 2012 the property was purchased by Olivier Halley & he has made several significant investments including appointing Stéphane Follin-Arbelet as General Manager who has previously run Bouchard Pére & Fils & William Fevrein Chablis.They have invested in sustainable vineyard practices and state of the art optical sorting machine which ensures only the finest fruit is used in each cuvee. This historic property is now producing some icons of Meursault that ensures the next chapter of this regal property in great hands.
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Beaujolais, France

Chateau des Tours

This is the Château des Tours with its superb Gamay vineyards, producer of Brouilly wine, one of the most seductive of the Beaujolais Crus.
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Clare Valley, South Australia

Clare Wine Co

Established in 2008 by Reid Bosward and the Kaesler team from estate grown fruit. The vineyards are now 40 plus years old, in the blue ribbon sub-regions of Watervale & Polish Hill River – Clare Valley
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Burgundy, France

DOMAINE JACQUES CACHEUX ET FILS

The Domaine Jacques Cacheux et Fils is located in Vosne Romanee. Patrice Cacheux is the fourth generation of winegrowers in the family. The vines are spread over 7 hectares, producing 11 cuvees with appellations such as Nuits-Saint-Georges, Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru, Echezeaux Grand Cru,Vosne-Romanée, Vosne-Romanée 1er Cru, including the famous Vosne-Romanée 1er Cru Croix Rameau
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Coonawarra, South Australia

Di Giorgio Family Wines

The DiGiorgio Coonawarra vineyard, planted on the famous 'terra rossa' strip of soil surrounding the family winery, forms part of what was the original site of the Coonawarra Fruit Growing Colony, established by John Riddoch in 1890. Now more than 115 years old, a few knarled old shiraz vines still exist from the original colony's plantings, making a dramatic statement about the key location of the DiGiorgio Family winery and vineyards.The Digiorgio Family believes passionately that you can not make great wine from ordinary grapes and that lower yields and maximisation of fruit expression the secret to quality wine production.
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Burgundy, France

Domaine Cornu

A small family owned Domaine in the heart of the Côte-d’Or in the village of Magny les Villers, just outside Nuits-St-Georges. With holdings on 14 titles in both the Côtes de Beaune and Côtes de Nuits, across 19acres farmed organically and vinified traditionally resulting in pure whites and muscular reds that age well.Champions of the Ladoix appellation at the foot of the hill of Corton, this is burgundy with soul.
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Rhône, France

Domaine Georges Vernay

Considered wine Royalty of the Northern Rhone , the Vernay family are custodians of 22 hectares including holdings in Cote Rotie & St Joseph but it is their home of Condrieu that the family are regarded by manyas the finest producers of Viognier in the World. Under the guidance of Christine Vernay the Domaine has converted all vineyards to organics and the estate has equal holding of Viognier & Syrah. These are truly some of the most revered wines made in France and demand the attention of any serious collector.
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Savoie, France

Domaine de Châtillon

The stunning French Alpine region of Savoie is known for its beautiful freshwater lakes and snow capped mountains. The wines of Domaine de Chatillon are produced from plots overlooking the Lac de Bourget and are vibrant, fresh and clean wines that convey their alpine origins. Offering an exciting introduction to this dynamic region, the label pays homage to the 11th Century Castle overlooking the lake.
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Dominique Portet

Ninth-generation winemaker Dominique Portet chose the cool climate of aptly named Coldstream in the Yarra Valley as home to the eponymous winery he founded in 2000. It was the culmination of a tenacious search for grapegrowing terroir to rival that of his native Bordeaux – but also the start of a new chapter in a winemaking story that has its roots in France in the early 1700s. Now son Ben – generation 10 – heads the winemaking team, firmly observing the central tenets of this young yet historic estate: respect for tradition, understanding of site and an open mind towards contemporary practices that shape wines that are ever more refined and delicious.
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Mclaren Vale, South Australia

Fox Creek

Firm, muscular release with arms bulging with blackberried fruit. Coffeed oak licks at the seams, but the coal train of inky fruit powers on through, substantially unaffected, essentially pure and rich. You can certainly enjoy this now, but it has long-term written all over it.." Campbell Mattinson, James Halliday's Wine CompanionFrom the very first vintage of their legendary 1994 Reserve Shiraz, Fox Creek has continued to win countless medals and awards for wines across their entire range. They are well known for their intensity of flavour, complexity and longevity. From the vineyard right through to the winemaking process, quality control is paramount and in keeping with their attention to detail
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Barossa Valley, South Australia

Kaesler Wines

Listed as 'Outstanding' in the sixth edition of Langtons Classification Guide Kaesler vineyards were established in 1893 by Silesian immigrants - the hard work and dedication of these pioneers paved the way for the current owners – who after a world wide search settled on this site to produce the best possible grapes for red wine. All wines bearing the Kaesler name are estate grown and made.
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Lloyd Brothers

The Lloyd Brothers, David and Matthew are third generation South Australian vignerons. Their grandfather started planting vines and making wine in McLaren Vale in the 1960’s. David and Matthew now have their individual vineyards in the Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale. David owns and operates Lloyd Brothers Wine and Olive Company with his 65-hectare McLaren Vale Estate being home to the winery and cellar door. The Lloyd Brothers McLaren Vale Estate comprises 16 hectares Shiraz, 3 hectares Grenache and just under 1 hectare of Mourvèdre and is home to the first commercially planted Kalamata olive grove in South Australia.Lloyd Brothers wines and olives are hand crafted to highlight the best fruit grown on the Estates with their McLaren Vale property also playing host to impressive festivals and events.
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Adelaide Hills, South Australia

Longview Vineyard

Since its first vintage in 2001 Longview Vineyard has become one of the Adelaide Hills’ most awarded wine producers. Set on undulating slopes reminiscent of classic old world estates, this family owned single vineyard has a unique micro-climate suited to growing cool climate white and red varietals equally well.
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Veneto, Italy

MATHO

The brand name had to be short and easy to remember - we chose the word “Matho”, that literally means “crazy” in our dialect, but as“crazy happy”, which recalls the positivity that is generated by drinking wine together with our family and friends.
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Burgundy, France

Mischief & Mayhem

In some ways you could say Michael & Fiona Ragg are trying to de-mystify the world of Burgundy and at the same time trying to make beautiful Pinot & Chardonnay from this lofty region at the right price. Procuring fruit from across the Côte-d’Or their wines range from Bourgogne level to Grand Cru, showcasing the varying soils and terroir to be found. M&M is a modern take on burgundy but is based in the traditional village of Aloxe Corton and it is this juxtaposition combined with an intimate knowledge of the people, heritage and the terroir of Burgundy that sets them apart.
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Clare Valley, South Australia

Mitchell Wines

Mitchell Wines - wine enthusiasts, committed innovators and connoisseurs, dedicated to the art of winemaking.Mitchell wines has been guided by three generations of passionate winemakers. From Peter McNicol Mitchell’s modest beginnings, to Andrew and Jane’s business nous and passion for winemaking that they now share with the next generation of Mitchell Wines, their three children, Hilary, Angus and Edwina.While the family continues to reflect and learn from the experience and knowledge of Peter McNicol Mitchell, they place great importance on innovating into the future of winemaking and continually improving their wines and methods. Implementing sustainable practices at every opportunity, dry-grown vineyards have ensured responsible water conservation, while eliminating the use of artificial herbicides and pesticides has encouraged biodiversity to promotes intense flavours and characteristics in the grapes. The rich soils and vineyards full of life harvest rich flavours and a vibrant energy that is present throughout the entire Mitchell Wines portfolio.
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Pepper Tree Wines

For thirty years Pepper Tree has been a beacon for quality wine in the heart of Hunter wine country. Founded in 1991 it continues to flourish as one of the stalwart wine companies of the region. Pepper Tree started with a focus on grapes from the Hunter Valley but today the roots run deep for owner John Davis with vineyard sites in four premium wine growing regions across Australia. Almost three decades on, Head Winemaker, Gwyn Olsen is making consistently great wines, drawing on these vineyards situated in the Hunter and Orange in NSW to prized patches of soil in Coonawarra and Wrattonbully in South Australia. You could say it’s the best of four worlds. Our Commitment to the four regions in which John Davis has invested so much of his time and expertise in are the driving force behind all we do. The Hunter Valley represents us but the roots of the tree spread through all four regions.
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Murray Darling, New South Wales

Pete’s Pure

Pete’s Pure is meant to be consumed fresh and young – drinkability and simplicity. But the real star here is sunshine; hailing from Euston in New South Wales, from an area known for volume, the clear skies and red earth produce clean, bright flavours. This abundance of sun makes growing grapesstress-free. Picked early with minimal winemaking artefact to keep things crisp, these wines are relaxed, clean and charming.
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King Valley, Victoria

Pizzini

The Pizzini families vision is to entrench themselves as Australia’s premium producer of fine Italian style wines.With twenty-five years of “hands on” viticultural experience with both international and Italian varietals and experimentation in the winery they are setting the quality agenda in Victoria’s snow capped King Valley.
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Burgundy, France

Prieure Roch

The Domaine Prieure Roch was established by one of Burgundy’s most notable names, Mr Henri Roch who was also Co – director and owner of Domaine de la Romanee- Conti. With a holding of 14 hectares in some of Burgundy’s most famous plots including Grand Cru Clos de Beze & Clos Vougeot and two monopole plots including the Premier Cru Clos de Corvee in Nuit St Georges, the estate is blessed with some of the regions finest terroirs. Prieure Roch has been farming with organic viticulture since its inception and in the winery all yeasts are natural with 100% whole bunch fermentation for all the red wines & there is no fining or filtering. These choices give what Yannick Champ feels are the purest expression of the terroir without any manipulation and lets the wine speak in its true voice.
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Adelaide Hills, South Australia

Saint & Scholar

Saint and Scholar is a labour of love for Winemakers Stephen Dew and Reid Bosward, the eponymous saint and scholar of the label. Unlike the more traditional Barossa roots of Kaesler, Saint and Scholar is a young and fresh offering centered on 49ha of vineyards in the Adelaide Hills. Under Dew’s and Head Viticulturist Nigel van der Zande’s direction, in just a couple of years the label has undergone major expansion and now includes 10 varietals. This vintage sees a new premium reserve release and a sparkling. Saint and Scholar has opened a large cellar door retail outlet at iconic Adelaide Hills venue Maximilian’s.
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Save Our Souls

Many years ago, Jason and Bill met in the vine rows of world-renowned Pinot Noir producer; Bass Phillip. Spending time amongst the grapes they learned that they held common ideals for quality wine, hard work and a good laugh. Over lunches and wine tasting a bond grew and in 2008 Save Our Souls was born. The first release was at the time a ground-breaking savoury and crisp Rosé for those long hot Australian summers, still the OG. Over the next 10 years or so Save Our Soul's little family has grown and expanded to include a savoury and textured Chardonnay, an affordable Pinot Noir that well tastes like Pinot Noir, an easy drinking Sangiovese which tastes great with or without food, a lively and juicy Sagrantino for a bit of fun. The team at Save Our Soul's don’t want accolades or shining medals, they just wanted to make delicious wines that punch above their weight, are inclusive and most importantly are sociable; to be shared with friends at a favourite bar top, to have at home with hump day dinner, take with confidence to a dinner party or in the park with the gang on a sunny Sunday – wines for every day in every way.
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Mclaren Vale, South Australia

Sherrah Vineyards

"Wine to me is not about tasting blackcurrant and cigar box but how the wine ‘feels’ to drink. Flavour is obviously a big part of this, but how does the wine flow from front to back palate? It should transition effortlessly from first smell and sip to swallow, aftertaste and lingering influence of tannin and acid. I believe in balance, a great wine should have no sharp edges, it should have beautiful smooth curves from front to back. Working with excellent sites farmed by first rate growers – many who I have worked with for numerous years – allows me to access small parcels of quality fruit. SHERRAH is 100%McLaren Vale. I live, work and play in this amazing region” - Alex Sherra
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Barossa Valley, South Australia

St Johns Road

St John’s Road is a celebration of what the Barossa does best. Eden Valley’s high-altitude elegance and structure is personified in the pristine Peace of Eden Riesling. Whilst the warmer Valley floor is perfectly represented by the Blood & Courage Shiraz and its Grenache based siblings. These wines are modern Barossa. An abundance of flavour with elegance, style and longevity. A new generation of growers wrestle with ancient soils, old vines and family histories. Whilst our winemakers, work hand in glove with these growers to write the new stories that define a Modern Barossa.
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Various Regions

Stonehorse by Kaesler

Stonehorse by Kaesler is a true reflection of regional diversity and blending creativity. Stonehorse wines are a collection of estate grown vineyards in the Barossa Valley and Clare Valley ranging in age from 15 to 45 years. Currently the Stonehorse portfolio consists of Chardonnay, GSM, Malbec, Touriga and Shiraz with each regional blend of hand selected parcels shining through. Stonehorse wines provide the unique opportunity for winemakers Reid Bosward and Stephen Dew to blend grapes with different characteristics that complement and enhance the qualities of each region.
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Terra Sancta

The iconic region of Central Otago is home to some of the finest expressions of pinot noir made anywhere in the world & Terra Sancta is the fortunate custodian of the oldest vines planted on the prestigious Felton Road strip of Bannockburn. The estate vineyards are planted on a diversity of soils and aspects to create site specific wines with a focus on pinot noir that have become some of the most awarded & revered wines in New Zealand with founders Mark Weldon & Sarah Eliot fiercely committed to make sure every wine conveys a story of provenance.
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Tommasi Vineyards

The Tommasi family have been producing wine in the famed Valpolicella region for over 100 years. From humble beginnings the family are now one of the best known producers in the area and have over 200 hectares of Estate owned vineyards in the region. The wines are produced mainly from the local red varieties of Corvina , Rondinella and Corvinone. A respect for tradition sees large format Slovenian oak used foraging which helps showcase the elegance and balance that the Estate strives to convey in the wines including the flagship Amarone DOCG that is aged for 3 years before release and is considered one of the great wines of the region. Tommasi is synonymous with Amarone throughout Italy & the World & is one of the most respected family names in Italian wine.
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Murray Darling, New South Wales

Twill & Daisy

Twill & Daisy is inspired by paper daisies that grow wild through the inland of Australia. These flowers grow naturally with no intervention, similar to the wines that go into Twill & Daisy. Twill is the fabric and structure behind the brand that pulls it together and Daisy represents the wine structure that is soft and delicate in the wines across the range.
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New Zealand

Urlar

URLAR [pron. er-lar] means The Earth in Gaelic and represents our passion & dedication to our land & our vines.Our 31-hectare single vineyard is located on ancient free-draining soils and our inter-row crop rotation maintains healthy soils full of life and biodiversity. Every year, one row in seven will be sowed in a variety of plants and beneficial flowers.‍
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Yarra Valley, Victoria

Warramate

Warramate Wines is a small, independently owned vineyard in Victoria’s Yarra Valley. It was established in 1970 on a spectacular north-facing slope overlooking the central Yarra Valley.
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Yarra Valley, Victoria

Yarra Yering

In 1973 Dr Bailey Carrodus released the first commercial vintage of wine from the Yarra Valley since 1923.The wines reflect this highly individual man, the site he chose so carefully and the vagaries of the seasons in which they are produced.
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