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Our Wine Collections


Named after Little Clifton, a small town in England. This winery can trace its roots back to 1854 when some of its vineyards were first planted. Situated in the heart of Barossa, their wines give us the true flavour’s of the Barossa region, rich warm and full flavoured. 


Grapevines for this Victorian property were first planted in 1969 by the legend of Australian winemaker Colin Preece, whom they named one of their wine ranges after. Located on the banks of the picturesque Goulburn River in the southern Goulburn Valley, this is very much rural Victorian luxury in a bottle. There wines show the finesse and elegance, typical for the wines from Victoria.

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A Family owned winery located in the Goulburn Region founded by Andrew McPherson. This winery under the guidance of Jo Nash produces some of Australia’s best value for money wines on the market. With lovely rich fruit and easy drinking style makes them wines to enjoy with family and friends. 


The Mr Bear label was created by Andrew Bear, designed to take the french negotiant system and apply it in Australia. The aim is to source the best wines from Australia’s best wine regions. With a style of rich, full fruit and great drinkability, these bring with them quality flavours and style.  


Mitolo gets its name from its owner and founder Frank Mitolo. This winery comes from the maritime climate of South Australia’s McLaren Vale region. This region is famous for its quality red wines and produces a style of elegance, power and sophistication and these luxury wines don’t disappoint. With wine maker Ben Glatzer at the helm these wines have established themselves as one of Australia’s cult classics. 


This family owned winery is from the Barossa Region in South Australia, this region is renown as the countries best region for Shiraz wines. With six generations of involvement in wine, gives this winery the best credentials one can have. They have held a five red star rating for over 7 years and his comments were “The quality of grapes retained for the Thorn-Clarke label has resulted in a succession of trophy and gold medal-winning wines at very competitive prices.”

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