Delivery charges within Australia
Free shipping to most destinations** within Australia if the goods purchased are $200 or more. All shipments within Victoria are free if the order is a minimum of 12 bottles. For most destinations within Australia, there is no shipping or freight charges if the goods purchased are over $200
**Free shipping to most destinations within Australia if the order is $200 or more. Some destinations incur higher shipping fees
All shipments within Victoria are free if the order is 12 bottles or more
**For most destinations in Australia there is a flat delivery fee of $10 per shipment under $200 or $15 if the order is six bottles and less
There is no shipping or freight charges to most** destinations within Australia if the order is $200 or over
**Higher shipping fees for some Australian destinations
Northern Territories 0800-0836 0870-0872
$15/dozen for orders over $200 $30/dozen for orders under $200
Northern Territories 0837-0869 0873-0899
$30/dozen for orders over $200 $45/dozen for orders under $200
Perth 6000-6205 6800-6999
Free delivery for all orders over $200 $15/dozen for orders under $200
Western Australia 6206-6699 6700-6797
$15/dozen for orders over $200 $20/dozen for orders under $200
Norfolk & Xmas Islands 6798-6799
$15/dozen for orders over $200 $30/dozen for orders under $200
Free shipping on orders over $200 $15/dozen for orders under $200
**Shipping fees for beer delivered within Australia are charged
and are calculated as a flat rate per 24 bottles
Per 24 bottles/cans
ACT & New South Wales
Norfolk & Xmas Islands
Purchases to destinations outside Australia are sold Duty Free and are subject to higher shipping and handling fees. We will not be liable for cost or inconvenience transpiring from customs restrictions, import duties and tariffs peculiar to the destination. The customer must bear all costs and burdens in relation to fees and delays resultant from international orders. We always endeavour to deliver goods purchased as promptly as is possible so that we may serve our customers again.
Do we collect or retain people's details?
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Credit cards and security.
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We process all orders immediately
We do occasionally fall behind on despatching orders, if we have no stock on hand or if there is an abnormally large queue. It may take up to 72 hours on some ocassions to send out orders, but this is an exception. If the purchase is made before noon on any business day, and the items are in our warehouse, the shipment is sent out the same day. Some deliveries may arrive a day or two following the purchase if the destination is within Victoria, while some can take up to ten days if the address is very distant from our warehouse. If the address for delivery is within Australia, the goods are most likely to be delivered by Australia Post and can reasonably be expected to arrive within 3 to 10 working days. If you feel that your order has been unreasonably delayed, please contact us and we will be happy to track your invoice.
Insurance of goods against breakage and mishap
Orders can be insured in full, for a fee of 1%. This is paid by the customer and is exclusive of the stated price of the product. The fee is processed automatically during checkout, and is added to the total bill before being presented for payment.
Changes of vintage
Vintage changes are a daily occurrence, and often come without warning. We take great efforts to provide our customers with the vintages stated on this website, however due to the nature of wine we may need to notify customers of vintage changes or substitutions before we despatch any items.
Disruptions to internet & system failures. E.&O.E.
In the case of network, systemic, IT based, or bank transaction errors, we will make every attempt to deliver to the customer a fair and reasonable outcome. The shopper must be vigilant generally when making purchases through the internet and be wary of it's nature. We take all reasonable precautions in the administration and maintenance of our on-line systems, and advise our site visitors to be prudent, to exercise caution, and to not abuse the service.
Under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 it is an offence to supply alcohol to a person under the age of 18 years. The penalty exceeds $6,000
It is an offence for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase or receive liquor.
The penalty exceeds $500. Every order placed through this site is scrutinized by an alert team who are vigilant for indications that the purchase may have been made by a minor.
Our practice is to verify the customer or to refund the sale if we have any suspicion that the goods will be received by a person under the age of 18 years.
One look and you're hooked, the ultimate experience in Moscato must not only taste good, it should delight all five senses. Brown Brothers have been making Muscat wines ever since 1889, today they can assemble harvests of Muscat Alexandria, Orange Muscat and the red CSIRO grape Cienna, to add the darling blush colour. Brown Brothers»
Outstanding Langton's Classification. The locals around the Lovedale property say that the sandy soils are so poor, that even the rabbits have to bring a tucker box just to survive! The lean and mean terroir is elemental to the long lived, fine boned style. Mount Pleasant»
Gold Medal Los Angeles, Gold Decanter World Wine Awards London, Wine & Spirits International Wineries of the Year Awards. Those who are lucky enough to experience Chambers Rosewood, say that the wines leave indelible memories.. Chambers Rosewood»
Paringa Estate has established an unassailable repute over the last twenty years as one of the leading small winery vineyards in the country, named Australian Winery of the Year by James Halliday. Paringa Shiraz won a total of six trophies including Best of Show at the 2006 Royal Sydney, sweeping the field with five Gold Medals and five Trophies, including the prestigious Best of Show and Best Shiraz at the 2009 Royal Sydney, as well as Best Shiraz Trophy Royal Melbourne. Paringa Estate»
Richly stylized Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon, previously winner of the Stodart Trophy, made for many years by the family behind the illustrious Pepperjack. The story of this enduring wine dates back to 1844, when William Salter built a stone house for his family naming it Mamre Brook, after Abrahams spiritual home. Saltram»
The diligent efforts of Witchmount's dedicated viticultural team have placed Sunbury indelibly on the world of wine map, after claiming a significant gold medal win at the prestigious Rhone Valley Syrah du Monde. The excellence of Witchmount's superlative wines are based around parcels of closely managed Shiraz, cultivated by a grower who was raised amongst his vines and knows each planting intimately. Witchmount»
A wine of pure Barossa fruit by a master who loves Shiraz and is devoted to the valley he calls home. Grant Burge has been awarded every major trophy and medal in Australia, including the Montgomery, Stodart, Brisbane Club and Jimmy Watson. Grant Burge»
Homestead claimed conspicuous Gold Medal wins at the London International Wine & Spirit Competition for Cabernet Merlot two years in in a row, quite an achievement. The Langton Homestead property itself is the most suitable in all Plantagenet Shire for viticulture. Goundrey»
Considered a good wine from one of the most difficult vintages in memory for Max Schubert and Don Ditter. Rigorous grape selection saw one of the smallest Grange yields on record at 2300 cases. Penfolds»
Waipara Hills made a name as Marlborough's best Gewurztraminer after romping home with the trophy for best entry at Liquorland International. Waipara Hill's low cropping Traminer vineyard produces fruit with intense aromas of rose petal, lychee and turkish delight. Waipara Hills»
Excellent Langtons Classification & Gold Medal 2008 Concours Mondial de Bruxelles. Dead Arm is a vine disease caused by the fungus Eutypa Lata that randomly affects vineyards all over the world. dArenberg»
About Penfolds - the Winery
Penfolds was founded by a young English doctor who migrated to one of his country's most distant colonies a century and a half ago
Dr Christopher Rawson Penfold was born in 1811, the youngest of 11 children. He studied medicine at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London, graduating in 1838. Like many doctors before and since, Dr Penfold had a firm belief in the medicinal value of wine. Before he left Britain he had obtained vine cuttings from the south of France and these were planted around the site of the modest stone cottage he built with his wife, Mary, at Magill on the outskirts of Adelaide in 1845. The couple called this house The Grange, after Mary's home in England.
Dr Penfold built up his medical practice and made fortified wines - port and sherry - for his patients. As the demand for their wine grew, the Penfolds expanded the vineyards and increased production.
Following Dr Penfold's death in 1870, the vineyards and winery continued to be very capably run by Mary Penfold, who had been fundamental in their establishment and development from the very beginning. The scale of Mary's success some 35 years after the company's small beginnings, is indicated by records showing that 107,000 gallons (close to 500,000 litres) of wine were stored at Magill in 1881. This quantity was said to represent one-third of all wine stored in South Australia at the time. By the turn of the century, the area under vine at Magill had grown to 50 ha (120 acres) and Penfolds was fast becoming a household name.
Penfolds owns vineyards throughout all the-major premium wine grape-growing regions of South Australia
As well as the Magill vineyard surrounding the original winery, there are Penfolds vineyards in the Barossa Valley, home of the world renowned Kalimna and Koonunga Hill vineyards. Vineyards are also owned in the Clare Valley, the Eden Valley (higher up and adjacent to the Barossa), McLaren Vale just south of Adelaide, and in Padthaway and Coonawarra in the far south-east of the state. Grapes are also purchased under long-term contracts from all premium areas in South Australia. Additionally the company has developed vineyards and growers in the emerging premium wine regions of Robe and Bordertown.
The Magill Vineyard is Penfolds spiritual home, the site where Penfolds Wines was founded in 1844. Since the 1970s the land has been subject to the pressures of urban development and today just 5.2 ha (12.5 acres) of Shiraz vines remain, surrounding the Grange cottage. The grapes are used to produce Magill Estate Shiraz, the only wine still produced at the historic Magill winery.
The soil is fertile red-brown earth and the climate is generally warm. The oldest vines were planted in 1951 and the most recent in 1985. On average the Magill Vineyard yields about 40 tonnes of grapes. Kalimna is mostly planted to Shiraz and Cabernet, and produces the base, or motherwine, for Grange. The vineyard is located at the northern end of the Barossa, 4km (2.5 miles) north of Nuriootpa. The mature parts of the Kalimna vineyard were planted in the 1940s and 1950s.
There are gnarled, century-old Cabernet vines on the Golf Course Block - also called Block 42 - that sprawl, untrellised, over the ground and provide high-intensity fruit for Bin 707. In 1973 a 30ha block 5km north-east of Kalimna in the Barossa Valley, was selected and purchased by then Penfolds Chief Winemaker Max Schubert. It was planted two-thirds to Shiraz and one-third to Cabernet Sauvignon. The Koonunga Hill vineyard contributes to Penfolds red wines such as Grange, Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon, Bin 389 Cabernet, Shiraz, St Henri Shiraz and Kalimna Bin 28 Shiraz. Average yield is between four and six tonnes per hectare or about 1.5 to 2.5 tons per acre.
Penfolds invested in the Clare region, about 130km (80 miles) north of Adelaide, in the-late 1970s, at the recommendation of Max Schubert. The vineyards are now established and contribute to a number of premium wines, including the Penfolds Organic red wine. In Max Schubert, Don Ditter, John Duval and Peter Gago, Penfolds have nurtured four of Australia's great winemakers, who have passed the baton of responsibility for crafting Australia's most famous wines down through the past five decades.
WARNING Under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 it is an offence to supply alcohol to a person under the age of 18 years. The penalty exceeds $6,000
It is an offence for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase or receive liquor. The penalty exceeds $500. Victoria Licence 31952713
Free delivery to most of Australia if the order is $200 or more. **Beer & some destinations incur higher shipping fees