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Product Reviews

One of the rare occasions where the wine outclasses the surroundings. Beautiful and smooth, this pinot noir is hard to find in WA except at select restaurants. Love it!! 5 stars.

Honi Graf

A really delicious, drinkable beer. Too drinkable almost! Has the most beautiful sweetness to it.

clare fenton

Tried this in-store as part of a tasting, and have bought it many times since. Very easy to drink classic Rose.

clare fenton

This is a very pleasant beer fulfilling all the promises on the label. I'm a big fan of galaxy hops but if you're not so this beer they are not as dominate as in, say, James Squire. I love both beers but this one is lighter yet still full of flavours. Quaffing and with a meal. e.g. Indian
Thai etc..Spicy but also good with a steak.

Michael Bremer

Absolutely one of the top shelf spirits I have tried, actually bought it for my dad but when it's this good I ended drinking all a couple of nips

Marco Bacci

This is the first of a mixed case of Italian reds from Amatos. I wanted to give some Italian reds a try after growing a bit tired of locals.
I really enjoyed this wine. Fruit driven with nice tannin giving depth of flavor. Good mouth feel.
Suited our parmie very nicely.

Peter Sharman

Customer Feedback

This is the first of a mixed case of Italian reds from Amatos. I wanted to give some Italian reds a try after growing a bit tired of locals.
I really enjoyed this wine. Fruit driven with nice tannin giving depth of flavor. Good mouth feel.
Suited our parmie very nicely.

Peter Sharman

Last night I arrived a few minutes early for a dinner booking at Grappa and decided to check out Amatos in the hope of finding a selection of amari. I wasn't disappointed. Wanting some advice and guidance, I asked the young lady at the counter if she was knowledgeable about amari. She said she wasn't but could call someone who was. A minute later I met Martin (I hope I remembered the name correctly) who introduced himself as the owner's son. 5 minutes later we were doing an impromptu tasting of 7 amari and more. Martin's knowledge and passion for the subject were infectious. I felt no pressure to purchase anything but left with 2 bottles. I'm sure I will be back for more. Thank you for the wonderful experience. It was the highlight of a great evening out.

PS I did get to try the Roger amaro at Grappa as we discussed and it fully lived up to expectations. A very masculine amari, low on sweetness with a complex, multi-layered bittereness. If you are able to source some I will definitely buy a bottle or 2.

Vladimir Gurieff