Australia Day Essentials 6 Pack

Australia Day Essentials 6 Pack Australia Day Essentials 6 Pack

Australia Day Essentials 6 Pack

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There's so much more to Australia Day drinks than just beers in the sun, which is why this year,we've put together a collection of superb wines that showcase newer Australian flavours for just $99 a six-pack.

We're talking about wines like the gold-medal winning, super fresh Risky Business King Valley Prosecco. Or pale and savoury rosé from the Howard Vineyard in the Adelaide Hills. Then there's an effortless Pinot Noir from Heirloom & Pizzini's savoury Sangiovese amongst others, with over $179 worth of wine now $99.

This pack contains the following wines:

Risky Business Prosecco NV
Gold medal
'I’m not usually a big fan of Prosecco, finding most of them sweet, simple and boring, but this is clean and fresh, with some depth of flavour' Huon Hooke - The Real Review

Picnic Rose 2019
The 2019 Picnic Rose from Howard Vineyard is fresh and bright, with a nice, dry finish. Plenty of red fruits, layered with herbal character and high floral notes, it's the perfect summer pairing.

Pizzini Nonna Gisella Sangiovese 2018
A beautifully vibrant, bright and juicy wine, from one of the King Valley's best known wineries. Pizzini never disappoint and they've hit the mark again with this classic Sangiovese.

Heirloom The Velvet Fog Pinot Noir 2017
Velvet Fog is a great name for this Pinot, with its flow of ripe red fruit so moreish and easy. It all comes from Heirloom Vineyards, Elena & Zar Brooks label that makes some classic South Australian wines. Here, we're in light, attractive and well made Pinot Noir territory, with a pretty Pinot of body and elegance. How can you say no?

McWilliams Regional Release Pinot Gris 2019
Victoria's King Valley isn't the first place you'd normal head for premium Pinot Gris, but this McWilliams white is a pretty handy drink. Gently textural and fresh-faced, it leans towards the more crisp end of the Gris spectrum and does it well, with understated pear juiciness and then a palate that has plenty of fruit and a lively finish.

McGuigan The Shortlist Eden Valley Riesling 2013
Trophy & gold medal winner.
'Quartz-white; this is a particularly finely boned riesling, with enough of the skeletal framework to ensure the lemon blossom aromas and lemon flavours will burst into song a few years down the track. The low alcohol provides the freshness evident today, and most unlikely to dissipate in anything less than 10 years, when even better things will be in store' James Halliday.

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Sam Taylor

Senior Wine Advisor

I’m very fortunate to try a huge amount of wine here at The Wine Collective. These are the top picks I’ve tried from crowd pleaser styles, outstanding value varietals to sheer excellence from top wineries around the world.