Allocated Wines & News

Caroline Morey & Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey Caroline Morey & Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey

Caroline Morey & Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey

Caroline shares not only the same cellars as (husband) Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey, but also the same approach to winemaking - restraint,...

Read more

Novum 2019 Novum 2019

Novum 2019

Novum, like the Inception movie but for wine… Will Hoare's family have been growing Marlborough fruit since 1977, while he...

Read more

Gerard Raphet 2018 Gerard Raphet 2018

Gerard Raphet 2018

This is one of those still undiscovered gems.  Regarded as a Burgundy lover’s Bourgogne, critics are catching on to what...

Read more

Halliday Release Halliday Release

Halliday Release

HALLIDAY Arguably the most influential critic in Australia - although more of a tasting collective these days - last week’s release...

Read more

Rosalita's Cocktails Rosalita's Cocktails

Rosalita's Cocktails

BOTTLED COCKTAILS Each Friday our Oysters & Cocktails promotion has been giving off some great emotional release for those within 5km. While we...

Read more

YANGARRA 2017 SINGLE BLOCK SALE  YANGARRA 2017 SINGLE BLOCK SALE 

YANGARRA 2017 SINGLE BLOCK SALE 

YANGARRA  Over the past decade, Yangarra Estate has quietly, yet steadily, been making some of the McLaren Vale’s most profound...

Read more

RISING STARS OF BAROLO RISING STARS OF BAROLO

RISING STARS OF BAROLO

RISING STARS OF BAROLO   French Emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte once described Italy’s Barolo as ‘The King of wines & wine...

Read more

2018 BURGUNDY Pre-Arrival 2018 BURGUNDY Pre-Arrival

2018 BURGUNDY Pre-Arrival

2O18 BURGUNDY Pre Arrival   The saying goes, "when life gives you lemons you make lemonade".  Calling 2020 a lemon...

Read more

Parlez-vous Finnish? Parlez-vous Finnish?

Parlez-vous Finnish?

Let's Kalsarikännit! For those of you in the depth of despair because it’s dark outside, today is a good day...

Read more

Summer Refreshments Summer Refreshments

Summer Refreshments

The offices are half full and for most of us the responsibility of family gatherings are a haze of the past, with another year (and festive season) behind us. The sun feels brighter, the sand and pavement hotter and summer weather is in full swing. This week’s selection celebrates the long hot days ahead and the rewarding pleasure of cool, crisp refreshments.

Read more

Figeac in Australia

For the majority who can’t attend Figeac in Australia, here’s a way you can still join in the festivities at home – three great wines, each of single variety, but whom make up the Figeac blend of Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon in equal proportions - with each adding their own personality to the wine.

Read more

Preservative Free Wines Preservative Free Wines

Preservative Free Wines

As the mercury decides whether its going to rise, this week we focus on preservative (220, sulphur) free wines. It’s a robust topic with the natural brigade forming our alt-left counter weight to the the alt-right of commerciality. A good discussion, and unless you’re an asthmatic - the largest segment of drinkers that are allergic to SO2 - it’s very contentious. It’s also best not to forget that sulphur is natural in every way, so even organic and biodynamic wines can still have it. In Red Hill we simply seek great wines and these are two recent finds that we really like… and think you will too.

Read more

Welcome! Welcome!

Welcome!

Surprised? Probably not as much as we are. Over the few months in Red Hill, we’ve been quietly building a Collective of wines we’re now proud of… so with a month left before daylight saving starts, we thought it was time we frocked up and prepared you for some fun. Welcome to our very first newsletter and the beginning of your wine journey and pleasure seeking at the Red Hill Wine Collective.

Read more

Summer In Full Swing Summer In Full Swing

Summer In Full Swing

With summer days launching to full swing, we thought we’d chose a few wines that would fit in with most...

Read more

Lunar New Year Lunar New Year

Lunar New Year

As another Lunar New Year begins, what better time to indulge in the great food of our neighbouring countries than with a delicious bottle at your favourite local BYO restaurant. And with the next three months of pork barreling and pigheaded statements to match an Australian election, there may be no better place to mix tears of political exasperation with those incited from your choice of spicy dishes.

Read more