A Baker's Doz of Beauteous Bounties


Price as configured: $160.00

A dozen wines arriving on your doorstep is a beautiful thing - 13 wines is better still. Excellent Cabernet from Kangarilla Road, Glenlofty, Finniss River and Yaldara Estate, a juicy and spicy Curtis Heritage Shiraz plus one of our absolute favourites, Lino Ramble's 'Tom Bowler' Nero D’Avola. What the heck, we've even chucked in a bottle of Curtis Limited Shiraz which retails for $100.

Price as configured: $160.00


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‘Did you say 13 wines for $160?’ Yes, we did. Stunning Cabernet from a number of regions ready to tuck into now or you can let them rest a tad longer until winter. Fresh off the Tasting Table, a 2014 Cab from Kangarilla Rd with dark blackcurrant McLaren Vale mojo and velvety tannins. Just up the road is Finniss River, where you’ll find plenty of mulberry and cedar and two gold medals. Yaldara Estate’s silver medal 2014 has a few years on the clock and is drinking nicely - expect dark fruit strained through wild violets and cassis with rich tannins. From the Pyrenees in Victoria is the 2011 Glenlofty Single Vineyard Cabernet (which we love) offering something cool climate. Stacks of blueberry fruit amidst quality French oak with good acid, letting it work wonders with a well-sauced steak. Lino Ramble always make us smile with their Nero D’Avola which punches through with strawberries, cherry crunch and a cloud of perfumed aromatics. Mad March? Yeah, you’ll be more than happy to rip through a Curtis Limited Shiraz with 94 points in tow. This baker’s dozen represents absurd value. If you find any marbles loose in the Garden of Unearthly Delights, they’re ours – we’ve lost ‘em.


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