Spanish wines are amazing value busters. Great terroir, patient wine making and reasonable prices are key components to making this country’s wines our personal favourites. Casa Primicia Julian Madrid Reserva is our standout Spanish vino of all time. Read on.

Domaine Vieille Julienne is a world renowned Chateauneuf du Pape producer. With vineyards going back to 1905, the wines that are produced come from very old vines. The wines are robust yet elegant, and are destined for greatness. Read our post for more details.

Paul Jaboulet Aine together with Chapoutier and Guigal are the big names of Rhone. For 200 years, the Jaboulet family has worked the lands and created a brand that is synonymous with the success of this region. Read inside this post to find out more about Paul Jaboulet Aine Crozes Hermitage Domaine de Thalabert.

Made from grapes taken off Shiraz vines dating back to 1847, the Moorooroo is one of Australia's hardest wines to get. Only 4 rows of these ancient vines remain today, producing around 200 cases every year. If we are to compile our own list of 1001 wines to drink before we die, the Moorooroo is definitely right up there with the best. Sourced directly from winery.

Cirrus Syrah is the result of a long term collaboration between Silver Oak Cellars of Napa Valley and Rust en Vrede Estate of Stellenbosch. Sharing a common philosophy and a single minded focus, the two highly acclaimed wineries came together to produce an amazing Syrah that has won accolades every vintage since 2003. Read more inside this post.

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