Waiheke Island, Pyrenees

Just two hours outside of Melbourne, the Pyrenees wine region is a spectacular piece of countryside. The rugged foothills and untamed ranges at the southern end of the Great Dividing Range offer top-notch winemaking conditions, as well as some incredible scenery.

A total of 44 vineyards are tucked into the Pyrenees, taking advantage of the range of microclimates among the hills. Although it's primarily known for its spicy reds, the region also produces world-class Chardonnays and Sauvignon Blancs.
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  1. DALWHINNIE 'MOONAMBEL' SHIRAZ 2015
    The bouquet is freshly picked dark red cherries with earthy, savoury notes intertwined with rose petal. "Black fruits of all descriptions have a (fruit) sweet edge that is quite delicious, the mouthfeel supple the palate of effortless length" - James ... Learn More
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    James Halliday
  2. DALWHINNIE 'MOONAMBEL' CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2015
    96 Points - James Halliday A very masculine cabernet, beautifully structured. Aromas of sandalwood, black berries and hints of cedar cigar box. "The flavours are deep and deceptively powerful, tannins plentiful, but submerged in the fruit, the overall balance and length ... Learn More
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  3. DALWHINNIE 'SOUTH WEST ROCKS' SHIRAZ 2012
    "it is a wine of elegance and purity" - 96 points, James Halliday The extraordinary perfume is of freshly picked raspberries combined with cola, allspice and a hint of mandarin peel. On the palate there is an initial sweet-sour attack, then ... Learn More
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