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Yellow Tail Shiraz 750ml

A rich colour and deep hue introduces your nose to a ripe and rich flavour. A cracked pepper and spice nose is blended with vanilla and fruit...
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Yellow Tail Shiraz-Cabernet 750ml

This classic Australian blend of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon displays rich plum, cassis and raspberry aromas. The palate is bursting with red...
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Yellow Tail Sweet Red Roo 750ml

Sweet Red Roo is an easy drinking red wine, with a delicate sweet side. This is our most versatile wine - enjoy over ice, in a wine [tail], or all...

South Eastern Australia

South-Eastern Australia is a vast stretch of land which is recognized as a GI (Geographical Indication) wine region. It covers an entire third of the country, and the boundary on the west of the region is no less than 1250 miles long. As such, this enormous wine region is one of the most varied in the world, and includes mountain ranges, desert, rainforest and coastlines. It is in the coastal areas where most viticulture takes place, as the blazing heat of this part of the world is there tempered by the cooling ocean breezes and fogs which roll daily over the vineyards, allowing for more balance and acidity in the grapes which grow.

This part of Australia is typified by a bold and daring type of viticulture, with vintners here constantly looking at ways of pushing the boundaries and using new techniques to make the most of their fruit. Organic and Biodynamic farming has taken off in a big way, as Australian winemakers look for ways to express their unique land in the bottle. The vast majority of vines grown here are classic imported French grapes, including Semillon, Chardonnay, Shiraz, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, although lesser known varietals are increasing in popularity and prevalence.