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View details Long Flat Shiraz
$ 9.99 Long Flat Shiraz
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Shiraz / / SouthAustralia
Long Flat have enjoyed a strong following among enthusiasts ever since inaugural release in 1966. So let's give a warm welcome to Long Flat Shiraz, a delicious wine with a tantalizing profile of juicy plums and supple spice, softly oaked, in a generously flavoured, forward drinking and approachable style. If ever a wine was made to add atmosphere to the proceedings of a good Sunday roast, this is the one. Enjoy with lamb, crisp skinned chicken or beef, an excellent match to tomato ragu pastas or lasagna melanzane.
 
View details Long Flat Semillon Sauvignon Blanc
$ 9.99 Long Flat Semillon Sauvignon Blanc
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Semillon SauvBlanc / / SouthAustralia
Long Flat brings together the racy and fragrant Sauvignon Blanc aromaticness, with the fine and even palate of good Semillon, assembling a wine with maximum quenchability factor. Mostly Semillon, Long Flat is subtley spiced, with an extra dimension of richness to the palate, a dash of welcome steelyness and lively minerality rounds out the fruit. Perfect for that relaxed luncheon, its core of solid tropical fruit also makes it a delightful aperitif style just on it's own.
 
View details Long Flat Moscato
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Muscat / / SouthAustralia
There's nothing like a glass of Long Flat Moscato, exhilaratingly fresh with a lower alcohol than sibling white wines. The key to making fine Moscato is to capture and preserve the natural fruity, supply spiced aroma and flavour of the Muscat grape. So close your eyes and think of fresh grapes because that's what Long Flat Moscato tastes like. The most refreshing white wine in the world, one would be hard pressed to find a more satisfying chilled drink on a summer's day.
 
View details Long Flat Chardonnay
$ 9.99 Long Flat Chardonnay
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Chardonnay / / SouthAustralia
When Long Flat embarked on their winemaking adventure several decades ago, there was one ideal, to bring a range of the finest approachable wines to Australian palates while building a reputation for consistent quality. Every year since, has meant a search by the Long Flat team for the best fruit of vintage. A forward drinking Chardonnay in bright contemporary styling, its clean, lingering palate makes Long Flat the ideal match to chicken grills and warm seafood salads.
 
View details Long Flat Cabernet Merlot
$ 9.99 Long Flat Cabernet Merlot
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CabernetSauv Merlot / / SouthAustralia
The Long Flat viticultural team take great care throughout the growing season to encourage full physiological ripening in the grapes. Parcels with a concentration of flavour are treated to a highly skilled vinification and term of maturation in a selection of fine oak. Exhibiting the solid structure of a Cabernet wine, replete with varietal blackcurrant cassis characters, complimented by the plum and berry fruits of good Merlot. Drinkability, balance and a long fine finish, Long Flat wouldn't be out of place at a five star event.
 
The launch of the Cheviot Bridge wines coincided with the new millennium and was underpinned by a desire to create wines that showcase the breadth and quality that Australia has to offer

A single minded commitment and the experience of the estate's winemaking team, many of whom have literally grown up in the wine industry, has enabled Cheviot Bridge to realize the vision. The endorsement of the passionate approach comes from the support of the customers whose loyalty has led to Cheviot Bridge becoming one of the top twenty wine companies in Australia. At Cheviot Bridge the aim is to craft wines that fit with today's varied lifestyles. So whether wine lovers are looking for something to drink everyday, a wine for that special occasion or something new and different, you will always find something to enjoy in Cheviot Bridge.

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Cheviot Bridge provides services across the wine industry value chain including the production, distribution, marketing and sale of wine. Cheviot Bridge provides the framework for the production, marketing and sales of brands such as Long Flat, Braided River and Thirsty Lizard. Fruit is sourced from the Cheviot Kirribilly Vineyard Property Group and Cheviot Kirribilly Limited which currently manages approximately 1,300 hectares of vineyards.

Kirribilly Vineyard Management Services was incorporated in South Australia 1996. The primary function of this company has been the professional establishment and subsequent ongoing care and husbandry of large-scale viticultural projects throughout South Australia. Kirribilly Limited was formed after this time to take over the development role of the business beyond the group’s first project in the Clare Valley of South Australia. The combination of a management team and fully qualified and experienced onsite management has allowed this dynamic and well established development company to actively pursue the opportunities provided by the export demand for premium Australian wine, through the expansion of large professionally managed vineyards.

Kirribilly has embraced the lateral function of new planning legislation and pioneered the transportation of Murray water in conjunction with SA Water and the South Australian State Government. The total development expenditure since inception now exceeds AUD100 million. The vineyard management company now has an annual operating revenue exceeding AUD10 million. Kirribilly has established in excess of 1,200 hectares of vineyards since 1997, which will produce thousands of tonnes of wine grapes a year from three areas of South Australia’s premium grape producing regions.

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Kirribilly Estate Clare Valley was the first Community Title vineyard to be developed in Australia. This project saw the successful development of 227 hectares (560 acres) of premium variety red and white wine grapes. The vineyard is divided into 20 Community Titles and was planted in 1997. The Stage II vineyard comprises 141 hectares (349 acres) of red grape varieties. It consists of 34 Community titles and was planted in 1999. The 286 hectare (707 acre) Birchmores Vineyard Langhorne Creek development was one of only a handful of large-scale vineyards established in one year in Australia. Completion was achieved in November 1998. The wine grapes are contracted to five major wine companies. The fruit is destined for both the export and domestic wine markets. The vineyard is divided into 54 Community Titles.

The development of 163 hectares (403 acres) of the Schobers Road Vineyard in the Clare Valley was completed in September 2001. This vineyard was established in part to supply the resurgence of the Clare Valley’s icon white wine – Riesling. Sixty-six hectares of the vineyard is planted with this variety. The balance is planted with red varieties, some of which will provide winemakers with rare blending opportunities such as Malbec and Mataro. These varieties remain scarce and highly prized from this area of the Clare Valley. This vineyard has experienced textbook growing conditions and is the youngest of Kirribilly’s managed vineyards. The project has 47 Community Titles and is contracted to four major wine companies.

Spring Gully in the Clare Valley is a collection of three vineyards totalling 80 hectares located within six kilometres of each other in the Clare subregions running from the Skillogalee to the Armagh Valleys. The Elderedge Vineyard comprises 20 hectares of mixed varieties developed in 1999 at the request of the winemaker Leigh Eldredge to support the growth of their brands into the United States and Canada. Stage I of the Angas Creek Vineyards at Gumeracha in the Adelaide Hills is a successful development of 75 hectares (185 acres) of cool climate premium wine grape varieties. The fruit from this vineyard is destined for Southcorp export and domestic markets. A further 60 hectares (148 acres) was developed alongside Stage I in 1998. Once again the emphasis was on planting premium cool climate varieties. The grapes from this vineyard are fully contracted to Kingston Estate Wines.

The 195 hectare (481 acre) Tullymore Vineyard in the Clare Valley was developed in 1998. Part of the property was established to vines 30 years prior to the property being fully developed. It has consistently achieved excellent fruit quality. It was one of the last remaining undeveloped properties along the five kilometres of the western slopes of the Clare Valley. It neighbours existing vineyards of Jim Barry – Lodge Hill, Leasingham (BRL Hardy), Petaluma, Brian Barry and Knappstein. The vineyard is divided into 26 Community Titles.

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