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Best’s Great Western Bin No 1 Shiraz-Liquor Savvy

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De Iluiis Hunter Valley Shiraz-Liquor Savvy

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Dowie Doole Merlot-Liquor Savvy

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Sons of Eden Freya Riesling-Liquor Savvy

 

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Craft Beer Tax Cut -Yeah sure!

This was sent from Newstead Brewing, one of Queensland best craft brewers; so they should know what is going on. So you should too. Cheaper beer (Ummm not really) Craft beer consumers around the nation have had their interest piqued at the proposed changes to the Federal Government’s excise tax laws. Ostensibly described by a media campaign as a “Tax cut for Craft Beer”, these reforms should cut overheads for small brewers, who can pass on these savings to loyal consumers. This is, in fact, very incorrect and potentially damaging to small breweries who will not be able to pass savings on […]

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Mr Riggs Montepulciano

 

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Mr Riggs Outpost Cabernet-Liquor Savvy

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Sons of Eden Pumpa Cabernet Shiraz- Liquor Savvy

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Sons of Eden Kennedy GSM review-Liquor Savvy

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Dowie Doole Shiraz Review

Great Wine….McLaren Vale at it’s best!  

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