Well folks, it's arrived! Wine Spectator has named their Top 100 wines for 2014!
100 is a LOT of wines, how are you supposed to choose? Here are a few of our picks that we'd like to feature!
Two Hands Angel\'s Share Shiraz 2012

Color: Deep red with black core. Aroma: The bouquet is classic McLaren Vale showing notes of warm plums, blueberries, mulberry, mocha and subtle hints of coconut husk. Palate: Bold, rich and round. Crammed full of ... more




Spectator says: "Dark and dense in color, opening a bit in texture, with grippy tannins wound around a solid core of blackberry and red plum flavors, lingering on the expressive finish. Drink now through 2020, 14,000 cases made."
Peter Lehmann Clancy\'s Red Blend 2011

A deep cherry red colour leads to a bouquet showing blackcurrant and forest fruits and a touch of stylish oak in the background. The palate shows richness of fruit, and spice softly textured tannins and ... more




Spectator says: "This red is supple, expressive and appealing, with pure blueberry and plum fruit, shading the finish with loamy earth and sweet spice hints. Shows presence and length. Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, and merlot. Drink now through 2016. 15,000 cases imported."
Charles Smith Kung Fu Girl Riesling 2011

Super Kung Fu Girl! More depth and complexity than ever. Apricot, kumquat, nectarine and lime leaves. A great mid-palate intensity with a long, long minerally finish. more




Spectator says: Crisp and sleek, with juicy, expansive nectarine and peach flavors that play against citrusy acidity, finishing with zing and a sense o softness that lets the finish keep singing. Drink now through 2020. 128,806 cases made."