Takeaway Winestore

Steves is still open  everyday, doing what we can to support our locals. We are now offering takeaway and delivery for both food and winestore products so you can enjoy the classic Steves dishes you’ve grown to know and love, and award winning wines from the comfort of your home.

If you live in 6009 (Nedlands, Dalkeith or Crawley), make use of our zero contact home delivery for just $5 direct to your doorstep. Please note that the final order time for wine delivery is 8pm, with collection still available till 9pm.

Want to place a wine order over the phone or via email for collection? Looking for a particular wine, spirit or beer? Get in touch with the team and we’ll package and process your order and payment so you can simply arrive and collect. Call the winestore on 9386 3336 or email your order by clicking the button at the top of this page.

TAKEAWAY SPECIALS

2018 Noah ‘ROSSONOAH’ Coste della Sesia DOC 

2018 saw the ROSSONOAH fall under the DOC Coste della Sesia – a classification that the inaugural 2017 vintage could have proudly displayed on its label but due to the circumstances in which ROSSONAH was born, Andrea chose to declassify it to “Vino Rosso”. Again we have 50% young vine Nebbiolo from Bramaterra and 40% old vine Croatina. The colour is even brighter and more ruby than the 2017 if that was even possible. Im always floored when trying this wine as the price does not do it justice. There is without doubt a playfulness to the wine and drink ability is off the charts but it still has a sense of place and brooding mineral drive. Its unmistakably northern Italian in its DNA and does not disappoint. Langhe Nebbiolo has a target on its back!

Winestore

$40 / bottle

2017 Noah ‘ROSSONOAH’  Vino Rosso 

Andrea’s vineyards were ravaged by hail in 2016, compensating with extra vigor in 2017—particularly among the young Nebbiolo vines he had planted in 2012. It occurred to Andrea that these exuberant young vines might marry interestingly with a parcel of 70-year-old maggiorina-trained Croatina he had previously vinified and bottled separately (see below), and thus ROSSONOAH was born. Comprising 50% young-vines Nebbiolo, 40% old-vines Croatina, and 10% Vespolina, it is a perfect rendering of the Alto Piemonte in miniature. One senses the strict mineral discipline of Bramaterra’s volcanic rock, the savory beam of high-tension-wire fruit, and the high-toned aromatics fostered by these northerly slopes, yet its texture is supple and approachable, its structure friendly rather than imposing. Andrea employed a relatively brief 10-day maceration without excessive extraction in order to preserve the wine’s sense of freshness, with vinification occurring in stainless steel and aging taking place in large Slavonian cask for one year. The wine deftly balances serious terroir articulation,and the overall impression is one of lip-smacking resonance on the palate.”

Winestore

$35 / bottle

Petit Chamblis

Guillaume Gicqueau-Michel describes the 2018 vintage as one that “had a hot and extremely dry growing season which at least had the benefit of limiting the disease pressure. Thankfully the yields were abundant or we might have made unduly heavy wines more in the style of 2003. I chose to begin picking on the 4th of September and continued until the 11th under very warm conditions that made it crystal clear that it was necessary to pick quickly, in fact so much so it was necessary to hire extra harvesters. We were aided considerably by the fact that everything was ripe and clean so pickers didn’t lose any time having to sort. We pressed as we normally do and yields were much better than what we obtained in 2016 and 2017 and ranged from 60 to 80 hl/ha though they, somewhat quixotically, were lower in the young vines as they suffered some hydric stress. By contrast the quality was outstanding from our older vine parcels that had the deep root systems that were much better adapted to dealing with the drought-like conditions. Potential alcohols were mostly in the 12.5 to 13% range though the highest reached 13.7% and the fermentations took a long time to finish. Despite the warm season the post-malo pHs were actually pretty good coming in as they did between 3.2 and 3.25. Another interesting aspect of the 2018 vintage is that despite the generous yields the wines seem quite dense, indeed blind I would never guess that these wines came from a higher yield vintage.

Tasting Notes

Bright, fresh, peachy, flinty, and raring to go. Cool flavour, but good ripeness, brine and green olive, some savoury yoghurt sort of stuff in there too. Like this. Going glass to glass is effortless. 93 Gary Walsh, The Wine Front

A fruity nose speaks of grapefruit, quinine and a whiff of the exotic. The racy and delicious flavors possess a subtle minerality that adds a touch of lift to the refreshing if not especially complex finish. Still, this is well made and should make for a great summer sipper. 87 2020+ Allen Meadows Burghound 

Réserve Brut NV
Style & quality

All the know-how of our firm is revealed in its ability to reproduce each year a blend which is consistent in style and in quality.

Elegant and refined, the cuvée Brut Réserve is the champagne of all occasions.

$80 / bottle

Buy a 6 pack of the Réserve Brut NV to go in the draw to win tickets to the first Pol Roger event at Steves.

Brut Vintage 2012
Full-bodied charm

The Brut Vintage 2012 from Champagne Pol Roger is made from the traditional house vintage blend of 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay from 20 Grands and Premiers crus vineyards in the Montagne de Reims and the Côte des Blancs.

Produced only in limited quantities the Brut Vintage 2012 has been aged for 7 years in our cellars before being disgorged and released onto the market.

Winestore:
$160 / bottle

Blanc de Blancs Vintage 2012
Elegance & Pleasure

The Brut Blanc de Blancs 2012 is exclusively made from Chardonnays selected from the Grands Crus of the Côte des Blancs : Oiry, Chouilly, Cramant, Avize and Oger.

Produced in limited quantities, this Cuvée has been aged for 7 years in our cellars before being released onto the market.

Winestore:

$160 / bottle

Rosé Vintage 2009
Sensuality & Delicacy

The Pol Roger Rosé Vintage is based on our Brut Vintage (60% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay) to which we add, before the bottling and second fermentation, approximately 15% of still red wine (Pinot Noir) from the best crus of the Montagne de Reims.

Produced only in limited quantities, the Brut Rosé Vintage 2009 is aged 7 years in our cellars before being released onto the market.

Winestore:

$165 / bottle

Sir Winston Chuchill Vintage 2009
Power & Refinement

The Prestige Cuvée is made in homage to Sir Winston Churchill, mindful of the qualities that he sought in his champagne : robustness, a full-bodied character and relative maturity. The exact blend is a closely guarded family secret, only made in the very best vintages and always released later than the other vintage dated Champagnes from Pol Roger, marking Churchill’s appreciation for older wines.

“My tastes are simple, I am easily satisfied with the best”

Winestore:

$390 / bottle