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Rockbare are raiders of precious but wayward vineyards, planted to outdated standards of viticulture, sadly unviable for large scale winemaking. These are however, precisely the nature of site that Rockbare choose to retain. Winemaker Tim Burvill worked at Wynns and Penfolds, where he refined his style alongside some of the best winemakers in the nation's history. Establishing his own label, he embarked upon a secret project to acquire parcels of prodigal Barossa vine. With a backbone of fruit grown to some of the oldest sites in Australia, much of Rockbare's fruit comes off vines a century or more of age. The intense power and complexity of Rockbare's resplendent range of wines are complimented by sweet oak and gripping tannins, culminating in vintages of extraordinary flavour and exquisite.. Precious & prodigal parcels of the barossa»

Jim Beam Small Batch Bourbon 700ml

Bourbon American
Distilled in memory of Abraham Lincoln's boyhood home in Kentucky, the Jim Beam Small Batch is truly bourbon at its finest. Created to represent whiskey before it was mass produced, Jim Beam Small Batch embodies the look, feel and taste of pre-prohibition bourbon. This full-bodied, flavorful bourbon takes classic cocktails to a new level. The Jim Beam Small Batch Bourbon, bottled at an honest 100 proof like all good bourbons were a century ago, is aged nine years in wood, giving it the distinction of being aged the longest of the Small Batch Bourbons.
Available in cartons of six
Case of 6
$359.50
Although all bourbon is whiskey, not all whiskey is bourbon. By law, to be called a straight bourbon whiskey, the mash bill must contain at least 51 percent corn, be distilled at no more than 160 proof and aged in new, charred oak barrels for a minimum of two years. Booker Noe, sixth-generation Beam and grandson of Jim Beam, joined the family business after graduating from the University of Kentucky in 1950. Booker proved to be a quick study, and in 1960, became the master distiller of Jim Beam.
Age: 9 years
Proof: 80
Copper to medium amber hue. Aroma is of toasted nuts, grain and smelly oak. Tastees of rich, sweet mash, woody and full-bodied, almost fruity with a finish that's long, rich and glowing. The extra ageing allows it to absorb more of the sugar in the wood, giving it a slightly sweeter taste and nose.
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