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View details McWilliams Glenburnie Chardonnay
$ 39.99 McWilliams Glenburnie Chardonnay
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Chardonnay / Tumbarumba / NewSouthWales
View details Barwang Tumbarumba Sauvignon Blanc 2009
$ 15.99 Barwang Tumbarumba Sauvignon Blanc 2009
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SauvBlanc / Tumbarumba / NewSouthWales
McWilliams Barwang pays tribute to the unique characteristics of cooler climate regions by delivering expressive, distinctive wines that reflect their origins. Tumbarumba produces highly flavoursome Sauvignon Blanc grapes that translate into luscious wines with good structure and finesse.
View details Barwang Tumbarumba Pinot Gris 2013
$ 14.99 Barwang Tumbarumba Pinot Gris 2013
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PinotGris Grigio / Hilltops / NewSouthWales
McWilliam's has long been a major player and staunch supporter of the emerging Hilltops as a premiere viticultural precinct, retaining some of the region's most salubrious vineyards. Career farmer and veteran RAAF fighter pilot Peter Robinson planted his Barwang property to cuttings procured from McWilliams in 1969. The prodigal vines returned to McWillians stewardship and today contribute the backbone of fruit for Barwang Pinot Gris.
View details Barwang Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2014
$ 13.99 Barwang Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2014
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Chardonnay / Tumbarumba / NewSouthWales
Meaning place of water, Barwang owes the character of it's wines to the most exacting standards of viticulture. An affinity for the land and a holistic approach to sustainable vineyard management is essential to the final goal of delivering bold, flavoursome wines. Characterised by a multitude of steep slopes, rich basalt soils and high altitude, the growing conditions at Tumbarumba contribute greatly to providing a long ripening period which consistently produces Chardonnay with exceptional flavour and heightened concentration of essential varietal fruit.
View details Barwang Hilltops Shiraz 2014
$ 15.99 Barwang Hilltops Shiraz 2014
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Shiraz / Hilltops / NewSouthWales
The McWilliams Barwang Vineyard is trained to yield grapes which express the unique characteristics of the exclusive Hilltops region, delivering distinctive Shiraz wines. Barrel fermentations enable better integration of fruit and oak, adding another layer of complexity. In keeping with it's Rhone valley counterparts, predominantly French Vosges oak barrels are employed in the ageing process to add length and impart elegance.
View details Barwang Hilltops Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
$ 14.99 Barwang Hilltops Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
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CabernetSauv / Hilltops / NewSouthWales
The long, late ripening conditions and exhilarating continental microclimes of Barwang Vineyard, marked by cold nights and warm summer days, produce red wines of considerable flavour profile, power and extract. Since the 1996 edition, Barwang Cabernet Sauvignon has claimed trophies and prestigious accolades, with every vintage collecting at least one significant gold medal. An exemplary Cabernet wine with a profound, mouth filling palate, to accompany herb crusted rib eye or bacon wrapped quail, braised hare sous jus or your favourite recipe lamb.
View details Barwang GDR Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
$ 34.99 Barwang GDR Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
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CabernetSauv / Hilltops / NewSouthWales
Great Dividing Range is an assemblage of harvests from three superlative sites. The Silo Block at Hilltops Barwang Vineyard, selected for its bright, brambly, dark fruits and soft generous tannins. The Forgotten Block at Hilltops Mokinhui Vineyard, chosen for its bright cassis, pristine dried herb and dark chocolate fruit flavours, forming the backbone and contributing structure. A select component picked off Block 10 at Rosebank Vineyard in the Grampians, brings richly concentrated blackcurrant characters, roundness and flesh.
View details Barefoot Shiraz
$ 9.99 Barefoot Shiraz
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Shiraz / /
Ta-daa! In-toe-ducing the exciting new take on Shiraz which is attracting cohorts around the globe. To satisfy Australia's growing thirst for approachable red wines with funk and easy drinking modern styling, the boys and girls at Barefoot got down and together to over deliver on a contemporary Shiraz that drinks beautifully alongside good food or even slightly chilled. So what's afoot? A deliciously sociable style of fruit forward Shiraz that's brimming with ripe cherry and spiced plum flavours, just perfect for those carefree soirees, footloose and fancy free, all puns intended.
View details Barefoot Sauvignon Blanc
$ 9.99 Barefoot Sauvignon Blanc
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In-toe-ducing Barefoot, the Sauvignon Blanc that's wowing them around the world. The McWilliam's team know Sauvignon Blanc very well and retain access to the finest harvests. To satisfy Australia's consuming love with the refreshing, easy drinking style, the boys and girls at Barefoot got down and together to over deliver on a wine with luscious varietal flavours of gooseberry and passionfruits, a touch of herbaceousnesss and cleansing, crisp mineral acidity. Just perfect for the relaxed luncheon alongside freshly shucked oysters or a chicken caesar.
View details Barefoot Pinot Grigio
$ 9.99 Barefoot Pinot Grigio
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PinotGris Grigio / /
The team at Barefoot believe that it's in the national interest to make delightful, easy drinking wines available to everybody. Consistent wines with generous flavours that refresh the palate and make life more pleasurable. Pinot Grigio fits the bill perfectly, a food friendly style with a little more fruit and a little extra complexity. It all begins in the vineyard where the winemakers themselves take an interest in harvesting those grapes which are worthy of the Barefoot label, a wine that dances across the palate with luscious Pinot Grigio fruit characters.
View details Barefoot Moscato
$ 9.99 Barefoot Moscato
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There's nothing like a chilled Moscato to create the perfect mood at any time of year. It's the refresher of choice on a hot summer's day, perfect with prawns and splendid with salads. In winter, the juicy fruit flavours will warm the soul throughout all those long evenings indoor. The McWilliam's team have been growing Moscato for many years and now retain access to the finest harvests, curiously the only wine varietal that actually tastes of grape. Barefoot dances across the palate, a frolic of sweet feet with lush peach and citrus flavours before a crisp, fruit filled finish.
McWilliam's Barwang Vineyard is situated along the southwest slopes of the Great Dividing Range, near Young in New South Wales, at an altitude of 520m

Hilltops enjoys adequate and reliable rainfall, with mild days and cool nights, allowing for the slow, even ripening of fruit. The region’s high altitude, cool prevailing winds from the Great Dividing Range which offset diurnal temperatures, and the high minerality of the soil are three significant elements which combine to make the Hilltops a distinctive wine producing region. A dry summer and autumn, with cool nights and mild days exacerbate the extended ripening period. Heavy snowfall and frost in winter are quite common; and whilst substantial rainfall occurs in the growing season, most falls in spring.


The soils are deep red, decomposed granite clays impregnated with basalt. The microclimates and terroir around Barwang Vineyard dictate regional characteristics, and act as a natural protection from the warm inland summer, reducing the risk of heat stress. The result is ideal growing conditions for making premium red wine: grapes achieving maximum ripeness, ideal acid, flavour and colour retention, and intense dark fruit characters. As a safeguard against drought conditions, a massive 100 million litre dam has been built, capable of delivering 120,000 litres of water per hour to twelve zones on the vineyard. During vintage, grapes are crushed on site at Barwang and the juice transported by insulated tanker to McWilliam's winemaking headquarters at Yenda, near Griffith in New South Wales.

McWilliam’s has long been a major player and staunch supporter of the emerging Hilltops region. Peter Robinson, a local farmer and former RAAF fighter pilot established the then 13 hectare vineyard in 1969 using vine cuttings procured from the McWilliam family. Exactly 20 years later the vineyard was purchased by McWilliam's and progressively expanded to its current 100 hectares. Redeveloped over the course of a decade, the site is currently planted to Cabernet Sauvignon (30 hectares), Shiraz (30 hectares), Chardonnay (18 hectares) and Merlot (nine hectares), with smaller parcels of Semillon, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling.

The climate is often likened to Southern Rhone in France, it is no surprise Barwang produces distinctive spicy, peppery Shiraz. The fruit attains physical ripeness at the higher end of the sugar spectrum, achieving flavour intensity without stewed or porty characters. The finished wine also benefits from components of fruit sourced from vines on the Barwang vineyard which are more than thirty years old. In keeping with its European counterpart, French oak, predominantly Vosges, is used with Barwang Shiraz to add length while imparting a slight austerity to ensure the wine’s cellaring potential. Barwang Shiraz as full flavoured with savoury and spicy blood plum fruit flavours and refined, integrated nutmeg and pencil shavings oak characters.


The Barwang Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz undergo barrel fermentation, enabling better integration of fruit and oak, adding another layer of complexity to the final wines. The dynamics of yeast, oak and oxygen gave a third dimension to the wines, a savoury edge, which is something that the winemakers seek to achieve with Barwang reds. Barwang Cabernet Sauvignon is a distinctive wine, displaying intense dark berry fruit and blueberry conserve flavours, rather than the typical minty and cassis Cabernet characters found in other regions.

McWilliam's truly sets the benchmark for Barwang in terms of yields, quality and the expression of the unique regional flavours. In 2001 the Hilltops region was 2.3°C cooler than the mean January temperature (22.9°C). Cooler conditions as well as reduced yields, produce fruit with more pronounced regional and varietal characters. These factors in turn influence the winemaking decisions. For the reds, reduced oak tannins are brought about by the introduction of larger format oak, allowing for better fruit expression. The Hilltops and Tumbarumba regions have long been pioneers of new and exciting wine styles in Australia. The McWilliams vvineyards here have established a leading edge in the continuing evolution of high-grown styles, with the release of the new styles to the Barwang range.

McWilliam’s outstanding success at the 2006 Canberra Regional Wine Show secured for the estate Most Successful Exhibitor of Show Trophy. Every wine entered by McWilliam’s Barwang collected a medal. This accolade marks McWilliam’s fourth Most Successful trophy for this year at wine shows across Australia. McWilliam’s Barwang led the charge, collecting a trophy and three gold medals. Barwang Cabernet has always been well received by media and consistently awarded at shows across the country. This medal again confirmed the excellent quality and continuity of this wine. Since the 1996 vintage, Barwang Cabernet Sauvignon has been awarded a total of two trophies and 17 gold medals, with every vintage collecting at least one gold medal. Also garnering gold from the Canberra Regional Wine Show haul was the highly anticipated 2004 Barwang Shiraz Viognier. Another winner was the 2005 Barwang Tumbarumba Chardonnay, a new style for the range which collected a trophy and gold medal at the wine show.

The addition of a Merlot to the Barwang range is an indication of the confidence in quality and consistency of red fruit available from the Hilltops district. After years of trial and experimentation, reliable and continuing supplies of excellent quality Merlot are flowing from the Barwang Vineyard. The wine displays rich primary fruit flavours and distinctive ripe blackberry characters that have become the hallmarks of red wines from the Hilltops district. The Merlot vines were originally planted in 1991, and are now of sufficient maturity to meet the high standard set for wines which carry the Barwang label.


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