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New Wines From Sigurd, Dormilona, and Xavier Goodridge!

Spring release wines are beginning to arrive! First up we have the great lo–fi wines from Dan Graham of Sigurd in the Barossa Valley.

Dan Graham is dead set one of the nicest blokes in Australian wine. He's warm and generous with his time, and happy to chat all things wine.

The name Sigurd is a tribute to Dan's great grandfather. As a young man in the 1910s Sigurd travelled from Norway to Australia looking for work. He soon realised that the quickest path to citizenship was to join the army, and he was soon sent back to Europe to help the war effort. The story goes that he was caught AWOL after having recovered from being shot, and as punishment was sent to the front in France. There he was shot again (this time in the arm so he was unable to use a rifle) and he was sent home to Australia.

Dan shares part of his name with his great grandfather (and the legendary hero of Norse mythology), and is proud to name his wines after him.

Sigurd is Dan's dream come true. Dan grew up in Yenda, NSW. He started working for Jacob's Creek before taking on a double degree in wine and viticulture in Wagga Wagga. He completed vintages locally (in the Hunter and the Barossa Valley) and across the pond in Central Otago before moving to the grand old regions of Bordeaux and Barolo. The first vintage of Sigurd was released in 2012.

All Dan's wines are minimal intervention, with natural yeasts, no fining or additions except for a small amount of sulphur at bottling.

For clarity, the single bottle and mixed 6-pack prices are displayed. If you are an Oak Barrel member you will receive your 10% discount on all single bottle and mixed 6-pack prices! Click through the products to see your total discount, or see the full range of Sigurd wines here.

Not a member? The Oak Barrel's membership is a one-off $25 fee. It's for life, and it gives you 10% off products in store and online, including tickets to events. If you want to become a member and get a discount instantly, add the membership product to your cart (alongside any products you were after) and the discount will be immediately applied!

Drink well,

P.S. This week we also have new wines available from Dormilona and Xavier. To see all our new wines, click here. Stay tuned for a new shipment from Western Australia's Brave New Wine, New England's Jilly, South Australia's Yetti and the Kokonut, newcomers Boracchio (Mark Warner, Jauma), Victoria's favourite sons Boomtown Wine, Minim, and Little Reddie, the return of Patrick Sullivan's Jumpin' Juice and more!

Name Image Tasting Notes Single Bottle Price In Any Mixed 6 Wines
Sigurd Rosé 2017   This Rosé is made from Grenache (50%), Shiraz and Mourvedre (20%), and Gewurztraminer (10%).

A floral and fruit driven nose with aromas of cherries, strawberries, and hints of rose water. The palate is dry in style with nice acidity and minerality, though it's not without those lovely Grenache red berry fruits. Textural and fresh and dangerously good drinking.
$29.95 $26.95
Sigurd White Blend 2017   An aromatic and textural blend of Riesling, Garganega, Gewürztraminer, Chardonnay, and Viognier.

Beautifully perfumed nose with delicate floral notes, just ripe stone fruits and hints of dry spice. Some light skin contact with citrus fruits on the palate.
$34.95 $31.95
Sigurd Red Blend 2015    An interesting take on the GSM blend. Grenache (50%) with Syrah, Mourvedre, and Nebbiolo. Light and juicy with plenty of red berry fruits and floral aromas. A nice amount of tannin and acidity on the palate, keeping those berry fruits lean and fresh. This is a great Spring red. $34.95 $31.95
Sigurd Syrah 2016   Aromas of dark berry fruits, coffee beans, with hints of spice. The palate has rich black cherries and plums. Smooth and velvety, this is a beautiful expression of Australian Shiraz. $39.95 $35.95 
Sigurd 'Hoyde' Chardonnay 2017   Dan was excited for us to try this one. Inspired by both French and Australian Chardonnay, aged in 100% new Meursault oak. This wine is full flavoured, textural, and complex. An aromatic nose of honey nougat, citrus fruits, apples, and floral notes. The palate is generous with stone fruits kept lean by a healthy dose of minerality. Plenty of length and depth.

This is a damn fine Chardonnay. Very limited (only a single barrel was made). 
$46.95  $41.95

Still here? Please enjoy this happy photo of Dan with a puppy:

Posted: 18/10/2017
Granite Belt Wines From Witches Falls

Perhaps the greatest thing about wine (apart from drinking it, of course) is that there is so much to explore. Georgia (the country, not the state) claim their winemaking dates back 6000 years. There are almost 1500 known grape varieties in the world today, cultivated vineyards spread all across this wonderful planet. Our own winemaking history is much younger (and arguably more dynamic) and that’s precisely what makes it so exciting. We live in a country that is still getting to know its wine regions (or Geographic Indications). This is all a long winded way of saying that a few months ago I wrote about the great wines of Beechworth in Victoria, and today I’m here to talk about the Granite Belt in Queensland.

The Granite Belt is nestled in an area of the Great Dividing Range in the Gold Coast hinterland. It has some of the highest elevation vineyards in Australia, and the first grapes were planted in the area in 1965. It is the coldest part of Queensland and it is ideal for winemaking. It’s particularly well known for Shiraz and Chardonnay, though it produces a number of other varietals: Verdelho, Viognier, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Tempranillo, Grenache, Sangiovese, Nebbiolo… the list goes on.

There are over 20 wineries in the region, and we are excited to have a range of wines from Witches Falls.

Witches Falls is located on Tamborine Mountain, a 45 minute drive from the Gold Coast. Owner and winemaker Jon Heslop started in the wine industry in the mid 1990s. He moved his family from Brisbane to the Barossa Valley and then on to the Hunter Valley pursuing his craft. He wanted nothing more than to return to Queensland, and in 2004 opened Witches Falls in the Granite Belt. Witches Falls wines are made with great care and attention to detail. They are fresh, textural, and really good drinking. 

For clarity, the single bottle and mixed 6-pack prices are displayed. If you are an Oak Barrel member you will receive your 10% discount on all single bottle and mixed 6-pack prices! Just click through the products to see your total discount.

Not a member? The Oak Barrel's membership is a one-off $25 fee. It's for life, and it gives you 10% off products in store and online, including tickets to events.

If you want to become a member and get a discount instantly, add the membership product to your cart (alongside any products you were after) and the discount will be immediately applied!

Drink well,

P.S. If you're looking for other wine regions to explore, the Orange Wine Festival begins tomorrow (Friday October 13) and runs until Sunday October 22. Visit Oak Barrel favourites De Salis, Swinging Bridge, Brangayne, Small Acres Cider, Badlands Brewery and more! You can find more information about it here.

Wine Image Tasting Notes Price In any mixed 6
Witches Falls Verdelho 2017 This Verdelho has vibrant aromas of honeydew melon followed by ripe tropical fruits on the palate. It's a fuller style of wine, but the firm acidity delivers a crisp and clean finish. $24.94 $21.95
Witches Falls Wild Ferment Chardonnay This is a fantastic Chardonnay. Honeydew melon, pear, and toasted vanilla pod on the nose lead to a rich, beautifully structured, full-bodied wine with a long and complex finish. $32.95 $29.95
Witches Falls Wild Ferment Garnacha   A bright and aromatic wine with aromas of red berry fruits and a touch of pepper. The palate is medium bodied with fresh cherries and rose petals balanced by hints of spice from the use of French and American oak barriques.  $34.95  $31.95
Witches Falls Cabernet Sauvignon   Vibrant dark berry fruits and herbaceous aromas dominate the nose. Juicy blackcurrant and fine tannins combine to produce a generous and rich palate. Balanced integrated oak provides excellent structure, length and depth.   $29.95  $26.95
Witches Falls 'Prophecy' Syrah   An intense and powerful wine. The nose is dense with rich blackberry aromas. The dark berry fruits continue on the palate, complemented by film tannins, spice, and cedar drawn from new and old French oak barriques. This wine is aged for 24 months prior to release, and will continue developing for many years to come.  $56.95  $51.95

Posted: 11/10/2017
Pre-Release Burgundy Wine Offer

The Oak Barrel staff are always on the look out for fine wines at reasonable prices. Due to the popularity of last week's wine sale, we're happy to introduce special pre–release pricing on a range of imported wines personally selected by the owner of the Oak Barrel, Paul Downie.

From Mr Downie: on our recent visit to France we caught up with Amaury Devillard of Chateau de Chamirey in Mercurey and Domaine des Perdrix in Nuits St Georges. Amaury has really raised the bar in these two estates by hard work and attention to detail. We've been inporting form this producer since 2011 and these are the best wines to date. This, coupled with the excellent 2015 vintage, makes these wines excellent value.

Burgundy 2015 Vintage Overview 
From Decanter magazine

"Definitely, this is the best vintage for red wines since 2005 and 2010, although the white wines are less consistent. Prices may cause many purchasers to wince, especially in the UK. But the frost ravaged 2016 vintage are likely to see even more rises. It is hard to imagine anyone being disappointed with 2015, and even the more lowly Bourgogne and village appellations can be first-rate.

The 2015 vintage is an extraordinary one throughout the Côte d’Or. The red wines are truly great: rich, powerful and statuesque but almost always underscored by juicy acidity.

Burgundy 2015 white wines are ripe but fresh. Meursault’s Anne Morey describes 2015 as ‘a classic white Burgundy vintage, with good freshness and ageing potential’ Time will tell, but it is already clear that the best 2015s are concentrated and fresh."

The Oak Barrel is offering the following wines on a pre-arrival basis (due in the next fortnight) at fantastic prices.
This offer finishes on Sunday 15th October 2017

For clarity, the recommended retail, single bottle sale price, and mixed 6-pack sale prices are displayed. If you are an Oak Barrel member you will still receive your 10% discount on all single bottle and mixed 6 pack sale prices! Just click through the products to see your total discount.

Not a member? The Oak Barrel's membership is a one-off $25 fee. It's for life, and it gives you 10% off products in store and online, including tickets to events.

If you want to become a member and get a discount instantly, add the membership product to your cart (alongside any products you were after) and the discount will be immediately applied!

Wine Image  Tasting Notes  RRP  NOW MIXED 6 WINES
Chamirey Mercurey Blanc 2015   A beautiful floral nose with aromas of white peaches. The palate is initially full and rich, but it's well balanced and fresh. This wine has a fantastic long finish.  $74.95  $44.95  $39.95
Garenne Pouilly Fuisse 2015    Bright citrus aromas on the nose reveal the wine's crisp character. Plenty of acidity balaced with rich white fruits while a healthy dose of mineral texture adds bite. This is a very well made wine. It's drinking well now but will age beautifully.  $84.95 $49.95 $44.95
Chamirey 'La Mission' Blanc 2015   A highly aromatic wine with lime, citrus fruits, vanilla, and brioche. Hints of caramel and a touch of spice. The palate is equally rich and complex with a good measure of oak. Dense but balanced, long and persistent. A stunning wine.   $115  $69.95  $62.95
Mercurey Rouge 2015
  Seductive aromas of ripe strawberries followed by a plush and velvety palate. Fresh red summer fruits balanced with a fine and delicate tannin structure. $74.95  $44.95 $39.95
Chamirey 'Clos du Roi' 2015   The nose is intense with delicious spices (think: cinnamon and nutmeg) and red berries. The palate has vibrant with red summer fruits and silky tannins.  $110 $69.95  $62.95
Perdrix Nuit St Georges 2015    Dark blackcurrant aromas with a hint of white pepper. The palate is damn fine. Subtle, smooth, tangy, fruity, tasty, tasty wine.  $140  $89.95 $79.95

Posted: 04/10/2017
Spring Sale

The beautiful weather this week means that spring has arrived. Spring means new wines, so we've decided to have a big ol' sale to make way for the upcoming releases.

The sale is on a range of wines from Lucy Margaux, Patrick Sullivan, and rare back vintages of Hewitson's 'Old Garden' Mourvedre and 'Mad Hatter' Shiraz from our cellar.

For clarity, the prices displayed are recommended retail. However, if you are an Oak Barrel member, you will still receive your 10% discount on all single bottle and mixed 6 pack sale prices! Just click through the products to see your total discount.

Not a member? The Oak Barrel's membership is a one-off $25 fee. It's for life, and it gives you 10% off products in store and online, including tickets to events.

If you want to become a member and get a discount instantly, add the membership product to your cart (alongside any products you were after) and the discount will be immediately applied!

Please note: this sale is for one week only.

Happy drinking!


Lucy Margaux 'Catastrophe' Pinot blend 2016    $26.95 $21.95  $19.95
Lucy Margaux 'Village of Tiers' Pinot Noir 2016   $29.95 $24.95  $21.95
Lucy Margaux Merlot 2016   $29.95 $24.95  $21.95
Patrick Sullivan 'Amazon' Pinot Noir 2016 $51.95 $42.95   $37.95
Patrick Sullivan 'Fruit of the Sky' Pinot Noir 2016   $51.95 $42.95  $37.95
Patrick Sullivan 'Volcano Springs' Pinot Noir 2016 $59.95  $49.95  $44.95
 Hewitson 'Old Garden' Mourvedre (vintages: 2002–2006)   $69.95   $44.95  $36.95
Hewitson 'The Mad Hatter' Shiraz (vintages: 2002–2005)
  $59.95  $39.95  $32.95 

Posted: 28/09/2017
Jauma Masterclass With James Erskine

This October we’re welcoming the one and only James Erskine of Jauma wines to the Cellar Room. 

James completed an Honours degree in oenology and agricultural science through the University of Adelaide and the University of California, Davis. He’s a trained sommelier and in 2008 was voted Gourmet Traveller Australian Sommelier of the Year. He’s a Len Evans Scholar, judged prestigious wine competitions, has travelled the world working vintages in far–flung places such as Austria and South Africa, and hosted hybrid wine–art performances in Berlin.

James, along with fellow winemakers Anton van Klopper (Lucy Margaux / Domaine Lucci), Tom Shobbrook (Shobbrook Wines), and Sam Hughes (dec., Dandy in the Clos) started Natural Selection Theory, popularizing the natural wine movement in Australia.

Jauma (it’s pronounced yow-mah) are minimal intervention wines: nothing is added or taken away. There is no fining or filtration, and occasionally a minimal amount of sulphur is added before bottling to keep the wine as it is shipped across Australia (and Japan, New York, and beyond). 

James will be with us for one night only to take us through a range of his wines. Places will be limited, so we recommend you book early.



What: Jauma Masterclass with James Erskine
Where: The Oak Barrel, 152 Elizabeth St, Sydney
When: Friday October 6, 6:30pm to 8pm
Cost: Members $20, Guests $30
Tickets: Members / Guests


Jauma ‘Peeka’ Grenache Pet Nat 2017
Jauma ‘Sand on Schist’ Chenin Blanc 2016
Jauma ‘Like Raindrops’ Grenache 2016
Jauma ‘Archies’ Shiraz 2016
Jauma ‘Audrey’ Clarendon Shiraz 2016
Jauma Genovese Grenache 2016
Jauma ‘Ralphs Vineyard’ Grenache 2016
Jauma ‘Seaview’ Cabernet Franc 2016

Posted: 21/09/2017
Loire Valley Masterclass With Living Wines

Living Wines, one of Australia's top French wine importers, will present an evening of wines from the Loire Valley.

With close to fifteen different vignerons in their portfolio, this little company from Tasmania have some of the most exciting producers from this area. Working with their producers for a decade now, they manage to get most of the top names in the natural movement in France, such as Mosse, Robinot, Villemade and Marc Pesnot.

This evening of fantastic wine will be hosted by the amazing Sue and Roger form Living Wines, bringing their experiences of these wines, their region, and their producers. For us, it's a rare opportunity for us to try the wines of legendary winemakers who help develop and inspire young winemakers.

They will also come along with a very rare bottle of Jean Pierre Robinot, which is made like a Vin Jaune. Only a handful of bottles made it to Australia.

About the area: The Loire Valley is home to approximately 4000 wineries. It is a very interesting area for wine as they have lots of different climate and grapes varieties. Known for Cabernet Franc, Chenin Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc, they are also have quite a few indigenous grapes varieties too, such as Melon de Bourgogne, Folle Blanche, Pineau d’Aunis, Grolleau, and Romorantin.

WHAT: Loire Valley Masterclass with Importer Living Wines
WHERE: The Oak Barrel, 152 Elizabeth St, Sydney 2000
WHEN: Thursday 19 October, 6.15pm for a 6.30pm start
PRICE: $35 for members; $45 for non-members.

 We’ll be trying:

 Vincent Careme Vouvray Ancestrale Sparkling 2015
Marc Pesnot Misse Terre 2015
Villemade AOP Cheverny Blanc Domaine 2016 (the first public tasting of this vintage in Australia!)
Mosse Chenin Blanc Savenniere
Domaine Saint Nicolas Haut des Clous 2012
Laurent Lebled On Est Su l' Sable 2015
Mosse Bois Rouge 2015
Jean–Pierre Robinot Les Vignes de l'Ange Vin Lumière des Sens 2013
Domaine Saint Nicolas Cuvée Jacques 2012
Chenin Blanc Robinot 2010 Enauj (Vin Jaune Style, $400+) 

Wines are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances. Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable.

Posted: 18/09/2017
Illuminate 2: Champagne And Sparkling Wine Event

“Come quickly, I am tasting the stars!” – Dom Perignon, the moment he discovered Champagne.

It's a quote from the 1600s that carries through to today and Champagne is a wine that has marked more than a few of the landmarks in our lives. A wine that epitomises celebration and excellence, it’s a style that embraces innovation whilst staying rooted in strong traditions.

It is with this exploratory spirit in mind that we invite you to join us at Illuminate: Champage & Sparking Wine Event at The Oak Barrel this November. 

Hosted at our Sydney CBD store, it will be a chance to experience historic, traditional Champagnes alongside the new world of Sparkling from Australia and other parts of the world.

With a selection of over 50 of the best International and domestic Champagnes and sparklings, this will be an impeccable way to welcome in the festive season.

Your ticket price includes entry and all your tastings for the day. Upon entry you'll receive a glass for the day and then you can make your way around the various tasting tables, each with their own unique sparkling wines and stories.

When: Saturday 2nd December
Time: 2pm to 4.30pm
Where: The Oak Barrel, 152 Elizabeth St. Sydney CBD
Tickets: $35 for members (CLICK HERE)$45 for non-members (CLICK HERE)

The Champagne Fair is open to over 18s only and strict RSA regulations will apply. List of exhibitors may change due to unforeseen circumstances. We ask and expect all our punters to respect our Fair Play Policy (available here) and are sure that everyone will act like grown-up adults and have a thigh-slapping good time as a result. Tickets are transferable and non-refundable.

Head to our Calendar for all our upcoming events.

Posted: 30/08/2017
Georgian Wine Masterclass

Georgia, the birth of wine!

This place is where we believe everything started, where wine production first began, over 7000 years ago. 

In fact, our word “wine” is derived from “gvino” – the Georgian word for wine. Archaeological remains suggest that as early as 4000 BC grape juice was being placed in underground clay jars, or quevri (also known as kvevri), to ferment during the winter. -The Georgian Wine Society-

Most of the wine that we will be trying will be very traditional and natural with minimum intervention. We will be focusing on Pheasant’s Tears vineyards that are managed organically. The vines are tended by hand, with the grapes hand-picked in the cool of the morning. All of their wines are fermented and aged in Qvevri (the traditional Georgian earthenware vessel whose name in Georgian means simply “beneath the earth’’) and their fermentation process makes use of naturally occurring yeasts. John and Gela have created a range of sophisticated wines representative of the richness of the Georgian soil and culture.

The importer Tim Stock will be hosting this event as he is now a Georgian wine expert, traveling there every year to bring these beauties back!

WHAT: Georgian Wine Masterclass
WHERE: The Oak Barrel, 152 Elizabeth St, Sydney 2000
WHEN: Thursday 14 September, 6.15pm for a 6.30pm start

 We’ll be trying:

2015 Pheasant’s Tears Tsolikauri
2015 Makaridze Winery Tsitska
2015 Iago’s Wine Chinuri
2011 Pheasant’s Tears Rkatsiteli
2014 Antadze Winery Mtsvane
2015 Do Re Mi Aladusturi
2011 Pheasant’s Tears Tavkveri
2013 Pheasant’s Tears Saperavi
Pheasant’s Tears Chacha (500ml)

Wines are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances. Tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable.

Posted: 30/08/2017

This week we head back to South Australia for the new releases from Delinquente Wines.

Con-Greg Grigoriou sources his grapes from an organic vineyard in the Riverland. The Riverland is 3 hours north of Adelaide (east of the Barossa) on the Murray River. It’s one of South Australia’s least recognizable regions, eclipsed by heavy hitters Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Adelaide Hills, and more recently, Basket Range.

However, according to Wine Australia, the Riverland is Australia’s largest wine producing region. The area is home to 1000 grape growers and over 20,000 hectares of vines. The Riverland supplies over half of the grapes crushed in South Australia and almost a third for the nation as a whole. Why don’t we know more about it? Some of it is made into our greatest invention (cask wine) but most of it is exported.

Con-Greg grew up in the Riverland, but it wasn’t until he left the region that he realised the potential it had for creating interesting and delicious minimal intervention wines. Con-Greg focuses on Southern Italian varietals as they are best suited to the region’s warm and dry climate.

Con-Greg’s wines are easy to spot – just keep an eye out for the illustrated mug shots. All Delinquente wines are hand made, small batch, organic and vegan friendly.

We have three wines available from this year's release:


Delinquente 'Tuff Nutt' Pet Nat 2017

Originally from Puglia, the boot heel of Italy, Bianco d'Alessano has made its new home on the sun drenched banks of the River Murray and is the only planting of the variety in Australia! Easy drinking, packed with tropical fruits - and a little spritz to make you smile - pop the top and embrace the weirdness.

Delinquente 'Screaming Betty' Vermentino 2016

Vermentino is far more sassy than a savvy b. Tracing their origins to the island of Sardinia in the south of Italy, these gonzo grapes have completely embedded themselves in the warm, dry climate of the Riverland. Blonde tips with a citrus soul, this gang of grapes will leave your palate happy with a clean, crisp and floral lift.


Delinquente 'Pretty Boy' Rosato 2017

Nero D'Avola, the famous black grape of Sicily, is just at home in the hot, dry climate of the Riverland as it is in the land of Don Corleone. Made in full bodied Rosato style, this Nero smells of sweet strawberries but is crisp, dry and luscious on the palate. Serve up over ice or straight frown the fridge, and let the wine and the night take you in.


See all our new wines here.


“Much is changing in South Australia’s Riverland … Now there’s an exciting new edge, with several grape growers ignoring the status quo to change their viticulture practice. They’re embracing organics and biodynamics and planting alternative southern European grape varieties with great success.”

David Sly Australia's hottest wine regions for 2017 Australian Wine Companion (quoted in Wine Australia, February 2017).


Posted: 22/08/2017
Mac Forbes

Mac Forbes’ wines were always something of a mystery to me. I’d only tried his wines sparingly; a Chardonnay or Riesling here, a Pinot Noir there. They were always stunning wines – aromatic, fresh, perfectly balanced – but they were also few and far between, and I was new to wine then and couldn’t get my head around them properly. I’d heard he was surprisingly young given the gravitas of his wines. His winemaking differed from other Yarra Valley producers when he released his first vintage in 2005. Mac wanted his wines to be a true expression of place. He chose his sites based on their soil type and vine age, and how both were protected from the sun and wind. His wines are minimal intervention, unfined and unfiltered, and with little use of oak.

Mac cut his teeth in the South of France before spending two years at a little winery called Mount Mary, which was very recently named Australia’s Winery of the Year for 2018 by James Halliday. Mac was born and raised in the Yarra Valley and expresses his affinity for the region by foregrounding the specific places his grapes are from, such as Woori Yallock, Gruyere, Hoddles Creek, Yarra Junction, and Wesburn.

Mac’s wines focus on sustainable practices in the vineyard for the health of the vines and the quality of the fruit produced. His method of working aims to express the fruit and terroir. 

Mac was in Sydney recently to launch his new ‘EB’ (Experimental Batch) range of wines. These are Mac's fun wines, where he can try out new ideas and varieties. We think they're fantastic. They're bright and fresh but not without depth and structure.

Experimental Batch releases:

EB15 ‘Pretty Young Thing’ Syrah Nouveau

EB25 Wessie Whites Pet Nat

EB25 Wessie Whites (Still)

EB27 Cabernet Blend 2015

EB28 Pinot Nebbiolo 2016

EB30 Nebbiolo 2016 


Current Mac Forbes release:

RS10 Riesling 

Yarra Valley Syrah 2016

Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2016

‘Hugh’ Cabernet Blend 2015

‘Hugh’ Merlot 2016


Browse our full range of Mac Forbes wines here.

Posted: 17/08/2017