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Gazander Oysters Premium Pacific Oysters

Exclusive to Boatshed Fishco!

26th Mar 2022 | New Arrivals

Harvested and air freighted directly to our Fishco - whole & live!
Delicious Produce State Award Winner 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017

Gazander Oysters is fully committed to producing only top quality oysters with minimal impact on the environment. The waters of the Coffin Bay and Little
Douglas Bay waterways are fed by the cold upwellings from the Great Southern Ocean. This ensures that our oysters are grown and nurtured in the most pure of environments. Our oysters filter feed from the bountiful waters and this is evident in their taste and quality. We source our infrastructure as ethically and sustainably as possible. We are committed to using renewable energy in our operations thru solar power, water catchment, recycling water and waste materials.

Potted Ficus Benghalensis Audrey

Makes for a lovley gift!

24th Mar 2022 | New Arrivals

Potted mini Ficus Benghalensis Audrey are now available in-store. Our florists have selected a lovely ceramic pot to go with each one. They make a great gift and are very low maintenance.

The Ficus Audrey (Ficus benghalensis) is the national tree of India. In its natural habitat its canopy can cover a lot of ground and provide great shade in its warm climate.

Similar to most Ficus trees, the Ficus Audrey prefers a spot where it will receive high levels of bright, indirect light or direct sunlight. This plant will need to be acclimated to long periods of direct sun and it will not tolerate low light conditions. Ideally, place your Audrey directly in an eastern facing window, or a few feet removed from a southern or western facing window.

Expressions of Chardonnay Part III: Mâconnais vs Margaret River

Friday, 25 March - Sunday, 27 March 2022

23rd Mar 2022 | Tasting & Events

COMPLIMENTARY TASTING IN THE LOFT
Friday, 25 March - Sunday, 27 March 2022

Join us for the final installment of our three part Expressions of Chardonnay Tasting this weekend in the Loft. This weekend we will be tasting two Chardonnay wines one hailing from the great region of Mâconnais and the other from the highly esteemed region of Margaret River.

Domaine Thibert Mâcon-Prissé, Burgundy 2018
Simpson Estate Elaine Chardonnay 2019

The Mâconnais aromas suggest broom, white roses, acacia, honeysuckle, fern, verbena, lemon-grass, and citrus fruits (grapefruit, mandarin oranges). In the mouth, the finish adds nuances of pine, quince and fennel. The wines are fresh and luscious as well as dry and well-fruited. They have good concentration backed by sufficient acidity to ensure their keeping qualities.

Margaret River is one of Australia’s foremost chardonnay regions. James Halliday explains the beauty of Margaret River chardonnay is in its contrasts. “It combines an almost shocking voluptuousness with an iron-clad structure, intensity with generosity, and sweet fruit with flowing natural acidity,” he says. Margaret River chardonnay ages well, developing in complexity with time.

Black Garlic Co. - Aged Black Garlic & Balsamic Vinegars

Organic Black Garlic from Margaret River

22nd Mar 2022 | New Arrivals

Black Garlic Co. is a family-owned and operated Western Australian business. The team have spent several years perfecting how to make Black Garlic to maximise its flavour and bioactive properties. Both the scientific background gained through a Masters in Medical Science and Julian Sibly's experience as an award-winning amateur Brewer have certainly helped in this process. All of the products use the finest ingredients sourced, where possible from local producers

Black Garlic is raw garlic that has been slowly cooked for several weeks. This process only used pure water and gentle heat, there are no additives and removes the smell and odour of raw garlic so you can eat it without the smell of fresh garlic on your breath or body. Black garlic has a sweet and savoury flavour which is unique. Black
garlic melts in your mouth, with a beautiful texture similar to a
jellybean.

Expressions of Chardonnay Tasting Part III: Mâconnais vs Margaret River

Friday 25th, Saturday 27th & Sunday 20th of March, 2022

21st Mar 2022 | Tasting & Events

COMPLIMENTARY TASTING

Burgundy, the spiritual home of Chardonnay and its very pinnacle of expression, is hard to rival. However, there are some surprising similarities between Australian and Burgundian Chardonnay and this month we are both exploring and celebrating these similarities and differences. This week we will be exploring the stylistic comparisons between "old world" Mâconnais and "new world" Margaret River. We will have open Domaine Thibert Mâcon-Prissé, Burgundy 2018 & Simpson Estate Elaine Chardonnay 2019 for complimentary tasting. These featured wines will be available for discounted prices throughout the weekend and week.

The Mâconnais aromas suggest broom, white roses, acacia, honeysuckle, fern, verbena, lemon-grass, and citrus fruits (grapefruit, mandarin oranges). In the mouth, the finish adds nuances of pine, quince and fennel. The wines are fresh and luscious as well as dry and well-fruited. They have good concentration backed by sufficient acidity to ensure their keeping qualities.

Margaret River is one of Australia’s foremost chardonnay regions. James Halliday explains the beauty of Margaret River chardonnay is in its contrasts. “It combines an almost shocking voluptuousness with an iron-clad structure, intensity with generosity, and sweet fruit with flowing natural acidity,” he says. Margaret River chardonnay ages well, developing in complexity with time.

Aladame Bourgogne Mon Blanc 2020

A delicious Chardonnay from Côte Chalonnaise

19th Mar 2022 | New Arrivals

$55 each (RRP $59) or $300 for 6 (RRP $354)
Purchase online for home delivery here

From a vintage filled with curve balls, the 2020 Aladame Bourgogne Mon Blanc is a testament to the aromatically fresh and tension-filled wines one can expect from the best addresses this year. Running straight out of the gates with a complex and layered aromatic profile, the wine is a study in texture, packed full of phenolic grip and grapefruit pith. There is minerality and cool freshness that provides a frame around a generous fruit profile. An intensely driven finish belies the price point--serious bang for your white Burgundy buck here.

Koorian Green Figs

Locally grown in Ginginup, WA

17th Mar 2022 | Fresh Produce

Green figs are generally larger and plumper than black figs.The flesh contains a rusted strawberry colored jellied pulp laden with the seeds of the fruit. The pulp exudes a candied syrup and confectionery flavors that darker figs cannot achieve. Tese figs are full, plump and have a luscious sweet pink flesh. Paired with a creamy blue cheese or fresh mozzarella, they make for a wonderful addition to your grazing board - perfect for summer time entertaining!

Mischief Brew Handcrafted Sodas

Just arrived in store!

16th Mar 2022 | New Arrivals

We are excited to be stocking the full range of Mischief Brew Handcrafted Sodas in our grocery department.

Dry Ginger Ale with ginger, pepperberry & citrus
Spiced Cola
with spices, burnt sugar & citrus
Myrtle Lemonade
with citrus & Tasmanian lemon myrtle
Bengal Tonic
with citrus, pimento & cinchona
Sparkling Soda

Expressions of Chardonnay Tasting Part II: Côte Chalonnaise vs Macedon Ranges

Friday, 18 March - Sunday, 20 March 2022

15th Mar 2022 | Tasting & Events

COMPLIMENTARY TASTING

Burgundy, the spiritual home of Chardonnay and its very pinnacle of expression, is hard to rival. However, there are some surprising similarities between Australian and Burgundian Chardonnay and this month we are both exploring and celebrating these similarities and differences. This week we will be exploring the stylistic comparisons between "old world" Côte Chalonnaise and "new world" Macedon Ranges. We will have open Aladame Bourgogne Mon Blanc, Burgundy 2020 and Cobaw Ridge Chardonnay 2018 for complimentary tasting. These featured wines will be available for discounted prices throughout the weekend and week.

Côte Chalonnaise chardonnays boast a clear complexion with grey-gold highlights. Aromas consist of white flowers (hawthorn, honeysuckle), dried fruits over notes of lemon and sometimes anise, with a suggestion of warm croissants and honey. In the mouth it is fleshy, well turned-out and thoroughly sure of itself. It has a lively, no-nonsense attack with just the right amount of delicacy.

Macedon Ranges produces fine-boned chardonnay, with flavours that range from citrus to stone fruit and mineral notes, is found here, although the winemaking that can be applied to this variety means many variations on a theme.

Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon

100% wild Canadian Sockeye

14th Mar 2022 | New Arrivals

After many months of procurement in very difficult circumstances, our Fishco has just recieved our first delivery of frozen wild Alaskan Sockeye salmon ! Unlike farmed salmon, the flesh of our wild Sockeye salmon is firm and muscular, with a cleaner taste that chefs covet. Sockeye salmon has a succulent, bright-orange meat which is from the orange krill the fish eat while in the ocean. Limited stock available in our Fishco!

Garagiste Le Stagiaire Chardonnay 2021

Now $180 per 6 pk (RRP $210)

12th Mar 2022 | New Arrivals

Garagiste Le Stagiaire Chardonnay 2021
Now $180 per 6 pk (RRP $210) - purchase online for home delivery here!

The 2021 Stagiaire Chardonnay could very well be the best release of this wine we have seen. It is detailed, vivid and pure, with a wash of stone-fruit and citrus, a waft of soft spice and cashew-y oak. Packed full of charm and intrigue, this will make for fabulous and refreshing summer drinking.

House-Made Basque Burnt Cheesecake

Available from our Bakery

11th Mar 2022 | New Arrivals

$15 each

Also known as Tarta de Queso, this basque cheesecake hails from the Basque region of Spain, more specifically La Viña in San Sebastian. This unique dessert is a crustless cheesecake with a burnt exterior crust that has a delicious caramel note. The filling of this basque burnt cheesecake is mousse-like, which makes it absolutely irresistible. The rustic-looking sides and the slightly sunken center are a part of its charm, our burnt cheesecake is like a combination of an airy souffle and creme brulee, making it difficult to stop at just a single slice!

Bufflonne des Cremiers La Réserve des Crémiers

Smooth, Creamy & Mild

10th Mar 2022 | New Arrivals

This pressed cheese is made of 80% buffalos’ milk and 20% cows’ milk, produced at the same farm that feeds the animals. It is lightly pressed before being aged for two months during which time the rind is brushed every three days. The drawing is graved to the rind after this aging process has been completed. Bufflonne des Crémiersnis smooth, creamy and, above all, mild. As all such products made from buffalo’s milk it is a very healthy product. With twice the fat content of cow’s milk, buffalo milk containsn43% less cholesterol and is richer in minerals.

Expressions of Chardonnay Part I: Chablis v Mornington Peninsula

Friday, 11 March 2022 - Sunday, 13 March 2022

9th Mar 2022 | Tasting & Events

Complimentary Tasting in the Loft
Domaine Gueguen Chablis 2020 & Garagiste Le Stagiaire Chardonnay 2021
Friday, 11 March 2022 - Sunday, 13 March 2022


Burgundy, the spiritual home of Chardonnay and its very pinnacle of expression, is hard to rival. However, there are some surprising similarities between Australian and Burgundian Chardonnay and this month we are both exploring and celebrating these similarities and differences. This week we will be exploring the stylistic comparisons between "old world" Chablis and "new world" Mornington Peninsula. We will have open Domaine Gueguen Chablis 2020 and Garagiste Le Stagiaire Chardonnay 2021 for complimentary tasting. These featured wines will be available for discounted prices throughout the weekend and week.

Achacha

Grown in Townsville, Queensland

8th Mar 2022 | Fresh Produce

The Achacha is a highly prized tropical fruit. It has been cultivated for many years in small holdings and domestic orchards in Bolivia’s Amazon Basin. In its home country it is known as achachairú, however given the Aussie propensity for abbreviation, the last three letters have been dropped and the name Achacha adopted – think of the dance and add an A in front.

Delicious, refreshing, exotic, tangy, effervescent . . . no wonder the name translates as “honey kiss”! It is refreshing to eat at ambient temperature, when served cold, or
even frozen. There is a fine balance between its sweetness and its acidity, creating a unique taste sensation. It has exotic appeal similar to the mangosteen, longan, rambutan and lychee.

Now available from our produce department.

Yuki Tsubaki Koshihikari Rice

The world's finest Koshihikari rice

7th Mar 2022 | New Arrivals

Simply put, this is the world's finest Koshihikari rice. It is as close to perfection as you could hope for. Yukitsuba rice is used by many of Japan's Michelin starred chefs and is gaining fame in New York and now Australia. Use it for an interesting take on European rice dishes such as risotto or paella, or for Japanese inspired applications such as chazuke, onigiri and kamameshi. And of course, it is amazing as sushi rice. This rice is an opportunity to serve the the world's finest example of an ingredient but at an affordable price.