Latest Packs

These packs contain some of the latest Tasting Panel picks and some tried and true favourites. With savings of up to 70%, these packs are the best value way to get the wines we have approved for selection onto your table...and remember, grab 12 or more bottles in a pack or select your own and freight is free to anywhere in Australia.
  • Pretty much all soft and sexy here and at under 11 bucks a bottle - but there's definitely a sting in the tail. The sting comes in the form of Curtis' super premium Cavaliere Shiraz - a brooding monster packed to the gunnels with all of the good stuff that retails for $70. Decant and drink now or you can hang onto these for up to a decade. There's also rich Barossa chocolate and spice from Thorn Clarke, a couple of nicely structured and fruity Cabs from the Tractor Tube Society and Peacock's Tail, both made by Zonte's Footstep, a juicy and vibrant Shiraz Cab blend from De Bortoli and spicy goodness in the form of Peacock's Tail Shiraz Grenache.

  • A double dozen to mark our double dose of Enough Already! post PM Turnbull's DD. A double distraction in this pack with top end wines happy to go the full term and then some... plus a good representation of here and now wines perfect for the next sitting.

  • State Vs State or Margaret River vs the rest? This pack brings a beautiful Margaret River Shiraz and a Cab up against 2 crackers from SA in the form of Leconfield’s superb Coonawarra Cab and Curtis’s super premium McLaren Vale Shiraz.

  • Allo! What better way to celebrate Bastille Day (or not as you prefer) than to headline a pack with Champagne; and our Bernard Remy Champagne at that! This line up is an 'incroyable' parade of wines worthy of strutting their stuff down the Champs Elysee for presentation to Monsieur, Le President.

  • Sometimes those “Manic Mondays” can carry over to “Terrible Tuesdays.”  So our tasting panel has created a $10 a bottle dozen to make the wait for the weekend more bearable!  New additions and old faves and all for only $10 a bottle saving over 50% off RRP.

  • Chardonnay; a red drinkers white wine... if a red drinker were to drink white wine... white drinkers drink white wine and when they drink white wine they sometimes drink Chardonnay, at least when they aren't drinking red. If you are a red drinker or a white drinker our point is: drink Chardonnay, in particular, this Chardonnay - it’s beautiful!

  • Did you know that we have 14 bottle boxes? No?  Well, here is a great example of a dozen with a couple of stellar extra bottles in the form of Hamilton’s Centurion Shiraz and James Irvine’s Grand Merlot, which alone cover the cost of the entire 14 bottle box.

  • What do we want?  Shiraz and Cabernet!  So here you go, a stellar selection from McLaren Vale and Fleurieu Peninsula.  Some familiar faces from Leconfield, Hamilton, Curtis and Zonte’s are joined by Finniss River in a pack that comes in at 59% off retail!

  • Less than twelve bucks a bottle for this selection leading off with two bottles of Curtis Cavaliere Shiraz which covers your cost of entry. It's big, explosive McLaren Vale Shiraz and we love it. There's also Gold winning Shiraz from Geoff Hardy which you could use to decorate a Metallica album cover as it is both black in colour and chokkers with dark and powerful flavours. There's velvety richness and depth from Thorn Clarke, Tim Adams beautifully poised Clare Valley Shiraz and s soft, fruity Cab from Paringa. Finally, Peacock's Tail Cab made by Zonte's Footstep - just beautiful, offering bright, juicy blue and black fruits, spice and liquorice.

  • Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale and the Clare Valley – four regions of Shiraz packed into one delicious dozen. There’s the new vintage of Dandelion Lionheart Barossa Shiraz, with Trophy and Gold Medal winning depth of fruit, length and intensity; black as the ace of spades, dry grown Clare Valley Shiraz from Wykari; a couple of new premiums from Zonte’s Footstep, their Barossa Shiraz tasting powerful, smooth and velvety, their Adelaide Hills Shiraz bringing pepper, spice and intense dark fruits - an absolute ripper! We've also managed to shoehorn in 2 of Richard Hamilton’s blockbusting, 80 buck ‘Centurion’ Shiraz off 120+ year old vines and the new vintage of Oliver’s Taranga, rated 95pts by James Halliday and as good as we have seen from them.