Welcome Charles Melton

The gen-X among us will recognise Melton for his ground-breaking play on the Châteauneuf-du-Pape style, which he cheekily named ‘Nine Popes’. For the rest of you, his 1988 Nine Popes was actually the very first GSM made in the Barossa Valley, a region which is now renowned for this blend. The New York Times credits […]

An Expanded Range from Cipriani Drinks

Since 1931 Harry’s Bar has been welcoming guests in the heart of Venice. Renowned for its whimsical atmosphere of history, myth and liberty, there has always been a pervading philosophy that the bartender is an artist, but also a psychologist, a friend and an advisor. In 1983, Cipriani Drinks was formed with the experience of […]

Tscharke Wines joins Alepat Taylor

We’re incredibly excited to announce that we are now the Victorian distributors for Tscharke Wines. Not just certified organic and biodynamic, Tscharke is one of the most sustainable winegrowing projects in Australia, with the full cellars underground, on-site solar power, 100% rainwater use and a solid dedication to understanding the terroir they are blessed with […]

Welcome Giass Gin!

It’s been a busy close to the year, but what better time to introduce a stunning Milan Gin, as the sun shines and the excuses for a refreshing knock-off are piling up? Giass was born in an abandoned railway station by the name of Porta Romana. The collaboration of five individuals with experience in food […]

Welcome Bellussi!

We’re very excited to share that we will be exclusively importing Bellussi Prosecco from the start of next year. A dynamic company that builds upon a precious heritage and technical nous to sculpt some very classy wines, these are another arrow in the Prosecco quiver for Alepat Taylor. Not always just for a spritz, we’re taking on […]