If you believe there is a time and a place for both red and white wine then these packs are for you - Here we have all our currently available mixed wine 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.
Three reds, three whites. A perfect low-cost but super high value addition to your wine cabinet or cellar... if they last that long. Shiraz from Curtis Family Vineyards with quality dark fruits, cedar and savoury spice with a lingering finish, The Chateau Yaldara Estate Cab has an abundance of rich and ripe fruit, in a blackberry and mulberry fashion which give way to a gentle herbal undertone... Learn More
Our finest Wine Club mixed dozen can be found here. Reds from d’Arenberg with their dark and intense Galvo Garage Cabernet blend, with plenty of tannin and acid to pair with an Argentinian steak and Shiraz from Monterra, made by ex-Grange winemaker Mike Farmilo with plenty of bright red and blue fruits over a spiced palate and Chateau Yaldara’s Reserve release, which is classic Barossa... Learn More
A dozen wines to satisfy everyone’s tastes. Curtis Heritage Shiraz, with its spiced plum and coffee bean notes wrapped up in a full-bodied style, the Glenlofty Cab with 2 gold medals, plenty of proper Cabernet flavour and enough acid to cut through the creaminess of a dish like Stroganoff. Rounding out the reds in this dozen is a complex and delicious Barossa GSM from Chateau Yaldara, with... Learn More
Summer Lovin’ never happened so fast... Slip, slop, slap and slurp on Bird in Hand’s Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc and Sparkling Pinot Noir, another Adelaide Hills Sparkling from Tomich, a breathtaking Eden Valley Pinot Gris from Thorn Clarke and Cool Wood’s Savvy Blanc. What’s missing?... Learn More
A downright stunning display of Royal Adelaide Wine Show Medal winners, with three Trophies in the mix as well. Talking red wines, we have Trophy winner Blue Pyrenees with their Richardson Cabernet which can be drunk now with a good knock in the decanter or will happily cellar for 20 years. Pindarie’s ‘Schoff’s Hill’ Cabernet is also exceptional with dark blueberries and tomato leaf.... Learn More