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Seppelt cleanskin 1999 vintage port 12-Case (half -bottles) $75 ( + $20 postage vic).


Pops up on Auctions but comforting to buy direct.
I wonder what it is. About 10 years ago the were flogging the 1999 Seppeltsfield GR54 Vintage Fortified half bottles for the princely sum of $2.50 each. I opened one on ANZAC day this year and it was just entering its drinking window. Stunning wine.

Just looked, they're wanting $25 to ship to Perth. That's a bit rich, especially on the same page it stages "Until further notice, we will also be offering complimentary freight Australia-wide on orders of 6 or more wine bottles. ".
 

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Just looked, they're wanting $25 to ship to Perth. That's a bit rich, especially on the same page it stages "Until further notice, we will also be offering complimentary freight Australia-wide on orders of 6 or more wine bottles. ".
Was thinking the same, if you add 6 cases it takes shipping off though 😂
 

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2017 St Hallett Blackwell Shiraz half-bottles are $10.83 in dozens from Cellar One after $20 referral until next Thursday

thanks, that must be new - they had the 2017 for the same last week but no longer - seems the singles available have changed since Monday - check this link for the current list
forgot to mention that for riesling fans, Leo Buring Leonay 2019 and Leopold 2017 are each $15.83 in 6pks

check the referral thread, though I don't know if new members will be eligible for MAYREWARDS - let us know
apparently they are, in addition to WELCOME20 for $20 off $100 spend, though of course unfortunately both can't be combined
 

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2017 St Hallett Blackwell Shiraz half-bottles are $10.83 in dozens from Cellar One after $20 referral until next Thursday



forgot to mention that for riesling fans, Leo Buring Leonay 2019 and Leopold 2017 are each $15.83 in 6pks



apparently they are, in addition to WELCOME20 for $20 off $100 spend, though of course unfortunately both can't be combined
Stacked discounts
 

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2017 St Hallett Blackwell Shiraz half-bottles are $10.83 in dozens from Cellar One after $20 referral until next Thursday



forgot to mention that for riesling fans, Leo Buring Leonay 2019 and Leopold 2017 are each $15.83 in 6pks



apparently they are, in addition to WELCOME20 for $20 off $100 spend, though of course unfortunately both can't be combined
Thank you, qaz. A nice half bottle is always handy on a timid night.
 

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2018 Standish Wines $105 @ My Wine Guy (less with $30 voucher)
  • 2018 The Standish Shiraz - TG99, WA(CZ)98-100
  • 2018 The Relic Shiraz Viognier - TG99, WA(CZ)96-99
  • 2018 Lamella Shiraz - TG97, WA(CZ)98-100
  • 2018 The Schubert Theorem Shiraz - TG98, WA(JC)96-98
  • 2018 Andelmonde Shiraz - TG97, WA(CZ)94-96

2019 Releases @ Paralian Wines - 19LAUNCH = 20% off, SHIP6 = free delivery for 6+ bottles (codes end Sunday 7th June)
  • 2019 Adelaide Hills Chardonnay - GW95 - $39.20
  • 2019 Blewitt Springs Grenache - GW95 - $33.60
  • 2019 Blewitt Springs Shiraz - GW95+ - $33.60

Thank you, qaz. A nice half bottle is always handy on a timid night.
You're welcome - also good to keep and reuse them for when you don't want to drink a full bottle (fill to the brim so as to have no air)

Stacked discounts
Nice, seems I was misinformed - $45 off $125 spend makes Wild Card (Lindeman's Coonawarra Trio 'Limestone Ridge' Shiraz Cabernet 2015) $22.50 :)
 

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I've been interested in trying the Standish wines. From what I have read they seem big and generous but are they approachable young?

The ones that seem to pop up the most is the Standish and Schubert theorem
 

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I've been interested in trying the Standish wines. From what I have read they seem big and generous but are they approachable young?

The ones that seem to pop up the most is the Standish and Schubert theorem
Yes, it is deep, concentrated, layered. It is ready to drink. In my opinion these kind of high maturity red should be drink while it’s young or under 5-8 yrs after release . Aging will lose the power, strength.

I think this wine is a cracker. hard to find competitors in this price range.
 
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I've been interested in trying the Standish wines. From what I have read they seem big and generous but are they approachable young?

The ones that seem to pop up the most is the Standish and Schubert theorem
Yes, but be prepared to work to their pace. Whilst young, typically you'd want to pop the cork the day before you plan to drink them. Some take longer to open up, e.g. I found the 2016 Relic was reticent & took 48hrs to really turn into something remarkable. The 2017 Lamella I tried recently was at its best after 72hrs, but really would have benefitted from another decade of cellar time. Some are approachable with a small decant, i.e. the 2016 Schubert Theorem was brooding, yet relatively approachable with a little bit of air. 24hrs saw that brooding nature disappear & the wine ascend to a whole new level on the palate. So - it depends. Wines of this calibre can take a little work to hit the sweet spot, particularly in their youth, but can still be absolutely incredible when you find it.
 

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I've been interested in trying the Standish wines.
fyi Different Drop are already "temporarily out of stock" of the Lamella

From what I have read they seem big and generous but are they approachable young?
Yes, it is deep, concentrated, layered. It is ready to drink. In my opinion these kind of high maturity red should be drink while it’s young or under 5-8 yrs after release . Aging will lose the power, strength.
Yes, but be prepared to work to their pace. Whilst young, typically you'd want to pop the cork the day before you plan to drink them. Some take longer to open up, e.g. I found the 2016 Relic was reticent & took 48hrs to really turn into something remarkable. The 2017 Lamella I tried recently was at its best after 72hrs, but really would have benefitted from another decade of cellar time. Some are approachable with a small decant, i.e. the 2016 Schubert Theorem was brooding, yet relatively approachable with a little bit of air. 24hrs saw that brooding nature disappear & the wine ascend to a whole new level on the palate. So - it depends. Wines of this calibre can take a little work to hit the sweet spot, particularly in their youth, but can still be absolutely incredible when you find it.
Horses for courses - depends on what one likes/enjoys/prefers

When young, wine might be too powerful and unapproachable, unbridled or overwhelming, perhaps unbalanced, in terms of fruit, oak, tannin

Time, ageing/airing/decanting, can better integrate and soften these, as well as develop secondary/tertiary characteristics

I think this wine is a cracker. hard to find competitors in this price range.
True, though three cheaper South Australians come instantly to mind: Wendouree, Marius, Sami-Odi


Any tips? Couldn’t get it to do it
Spent enough?

Nice, seems I was misinformed - $45 off $125 spend makes Wild Card (Lindeman's Coonawarra Trio 'Limestone Ridge' Shiraz Cabernet 2015) $22.50 :)
 

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Yes, I ordered both - My Wine Guy now also sold out of Lamella, they had a limit of 6 - Winefront reviews expected this week or next
Thanks all. So from my understanding?
- Schubert = Dark Brooding Blend
- Standish = Bigger more generous single vineyard
- Lamella = More elegant , spicey, perfumed single vineyard (all relative of course)
 

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