Reilly's has four historic B'nB cottages each offering rustic country style along with today's luxuries. Located behind our Cellar Door on Hill St, it is a short stroll from all of Mintaro's attractions. Whether it be a family holiday, celebration with friends or a romantic getaway, there is a cottage to that is perfect for your requirements. Cooked breakfast provisions are included along with a complimentary bottle of Reilly's wine. Minimum booking is two nights.
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Barking Mad Shiraz 2005 is a perfectly likable wine, with a very dark color, peppery nose, and smooth, pleasing flavors of dark berry and plum on the palate. It's full-bodied, and has a satisfying mouthfeel and a long finish with just a little heat, due no doubt to its 14.5 percent alcohol content. And at under $15 per bottle, it's a real bargain.
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The 2004 Shiraz Barking Mad is a medium-bodied, fruit-driven effort displaying notes of blackberries and currants along with notions of tar and pepper, but not much else.
Reilly's entry-level Shiraz is a bold wine loaded with brandied fruitcake scents and layered with Christmas pudding and chocolate. It's close to being over the top, with plenty of late-harvest, dried-fruit character, yet stays lively thanks to heaps of invigorating spice. Drink now.
This lighter-style Shiraz had us drawing comparisons to a Cotes-du-Rhone. It features plenty of red fruit in a fresh, smooth, texture.
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