Here we have all our currently available packs - from the most recent offerings to some of the more popular ones for which we've managed to source additional supply. 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.
A bucket-load of gorgeous Barossan goodness, a delicious Coonawarra Cabernet from Hesketh, cracking Merlot Cab from Merlot legend Jim Irvine, the award-winning Milton Park Shiraz and more - ridiculously good quality wine at a ludicrous... Learn More
Save $150 a case off retail here in this pack led by Murray Street Vineyards' stunning Barossa Shiraz and Glenlofty’s juicy Cabernet Sauvignon. Both have Gold medals and good Halliday scores. You'll also find crackers from Grant Burge, Thorne Clarke, Noble Bay and Red Bike's lovely cellared Barossa SGM. Just $10 a bottle - "quaffers" never tasted so... Learn More
Tasty reds on show here from Grant Burge, Geoff Hardy, the Curtis Family, Zonte’s Footstep, Thorn Clarke and re-introducing Hartley Family’s 'The Roving Barossa Shiraz, saving you over $200 off... Learn More
Here's an opportunity to try all three of the Champagne brands which we import direct into Australia, after extensive research and the end result of well over 100 meetings and tastings in Europe. The range of Champagnes from two of our Champagne Houses were selected for inclusion in the National Wine Centre's Champagne Fest in October. The third import from Maison Bouché, had not arrived in time... Learn More
Here's an award winning 6 pack of Shiraz made by Thorn Clarke for 3/5ths of not much... plus we've included a bonus bottle of McLaren Vale Shiraz made from century old vines. That's 6 days worth of pizza wine and one to have with a gourmet pizza.... Learn More
Thorn Clarke's Milton Park Shiraz is full of fruit and spice and was recently rated by premier UK wine Writer Matthew Jukes as the best entry level Aussie Shiraz of the last year. Skinless gourmet hotdog, you have met your match! Geoff Hardy's twin gold medal winning Cabernet blend is rich and punchy, medium bodied with excellent fruit. The Red Bike is Barossa Shiraz, Grenache and Mataro,... Learn More
Thorn Clarke's Milton Park Shiraz is full of fruit and spice and was recently rated by premier UK wine Writer Matthew Jukes as the best entry level Aussie Shiraz of the last year. Skinless gourmet hotdog, you have met your match! Geoff Hardy's twin gold medal winning Cabernet blend is rich and punchy, medium bodied with excellent fruit. Willowglen's Cab Shiraz is black, smooth and very easy to... Learn More
A couple of zippy SSBs here from De Bortoli and Salena. Both will work well with antipasto or a warm chicken salad. Zonte's Savagnin offers florals, lemon zest and texture - it is delicious, long and finishes dry. Hardy's Chardy is textural, with stonefruits and creaminess.
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Another online retailer has had the Red Bike on special - down from $420 to $216 a dozen - apologies if you paid that for it as we have it here for $120 PLUS we will include a bottle of Heirloom's Gold Medal winning buxom, brooding and black Barossa Shiraz, just because. The Red Bike is 100% Barossa fruit - bloody good booze too, just needs 20 minutes or so in a decanter to get up and boogie.... Learn More
Stunning new wines from Howard Vineyard, Elysian Springs and Monterra join some of our current favourites, along with the new vintage of our favourite Coonawarra Cab which just picked up 95pts from James Halliday. All superb wines with a saving in excess of $450 off the... Learn More
If a pack ever punched above its weight it is this one, the little pack that would, could and does. Everything about this pack over delivers from the newbies to the fan favourites. These wines are jam packed with fruit and a depth of flavour that belies the... Learn More
A superb pair from Curtis here – Cavaliere Shiraz and Cavaliere Cabernet. A deuce from Finniss River too, double Gold winning Cab and quadruple Gold winning Shiraz. There’s also a tidy Cab blend from Geoff Hardy with some Golds on the mantle and Tim Adam’s lovely, medium-bodied Clare Valley Shiraz from the excellent 2012... Learn More
Three Shiraz, two Cab and a cracking good blend. An all SA affair with the Clare Valley, McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley and a multi-regional SA Shiraz from Thorn Clarke called the best entry level Shiraz of 2016 by Matthew Jukes. A righteous red pack for under $14 a... Learn More
Here’s an outstanding Gold Medal winning Grenache Shiraz blend from one of the oldest producers in the Barossa Valley, Chateau Tanunda, where some of Australia’s most renowned winemakers have been put through their paces. This is a medium bodied, spicy beast offering cherries and strawberries on the nose. Darker fruit follows on the palate and is complemented by fine tannins to finish. A... Learn More
Here’s another lineup of alternatives which are smoking hot. The Curtis is lush, textural and refined with a concentration that marks it as properly special. The Faux Pas Grenache is pretty much as good as Grenache gets with amazing fruit and length, even better a day after opening. 919’s Temp is big by Tempranillo standards, savoury, complex and delicious. The Willunga 100 Temp is medium... Learn More
Lovers, enthusiasts and wine nerds come together, rejoice and celebrate at the vinous table of life... features an excellent new vintage of the ripe and juicy Hesketh Negroamaro, stunning Trophy winning Nero from Monterra, luscious Grenache, monstrous Durif, spiced and silken Temp, and winner of Best Red Wine of the Year - the gargantuan Petit Verdot from... Learn More
First up, a massive Shiraz from Pindarie in the Barossa's Western Ridge - packed with black fruits, spice, cherry and smoked meats. We've also managed to sneak in Curtis' $70 retail Cavaliere Cabernet, a big one worthy of a half kilo T-bone. Rusden's Barossa GSM is medium bodied with fruits, spice and bramble. Very different wines, all delicious. On the whiter side, trophy winning Vermentino... Learn More
2 parts Barossa with a part each of McLaren Vale and Clare Valley. First up, a massive Shiraz from Pindarie in the Barossa's Western Ridge - packed with black fruits, spice, cherry and smoked meats. This is bookended by Claymore's Dark Side of the Moon Shiraz - the equal best they have produced, layered with impressively polished black fruits. See also Curtis' $70 retail Cavaliere Cabernet, a... Learn More
Delicious trophy winning Vermentino from Chalk Hill leads the way with its bright fruits and sea-spray, perfect with antipasto. See also their stunning Fiano, textural yet tight, packed with apricotty goodness. We've also included crisp, zippy and lime laden Riesling from Tim Adams and Tomich's premium Woodside Sauvvy blanc... who said they can't be intense and textural?
Three lovely reds here, starting with the quadruple gold winning Finniss 'black as the ace-o spades' Shiraz, perfect with roast meats. On the softer side we have the Tim Adams Shiraz from the excellent 2012 vintage, polished, smooth and chocolatey and the Roving Barossa Shiraz 2009, soft, spicy and ready to drink right now. Pertaringa Scarecrow Sauv Blanc from the Adelaide Hills offers cut... Learn More
Four lovely reds here lead by the triple gold medal winning Glenlofty Cab, packed with dark fruits, violets and fine tannins. Four golds for the Finniss 'black as the ace-o spades' Shiraz. Both of these are perfect with roast meats. On the softer side we have the Tim Adams Shiraz from the excellent 2012 vintage, polished, smooth and chocolatey and the Roving Barossa Shiraz 2009, soft, spicy... Learn More