BBQ Season Premium Red 6 Pack

BBQ Season Premium Red 6 Pack BBQ Season Premium Red 6 Pack

BBQ Season Premium Red 6 Pack

RRP: $174.00 per case43% OFF

$99.00

(Case 6 x 750ml)

$16.50 per bottle
4 payments of $24.75 with More info
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RRP: $174.00 per case43% OFF

$99.00

(Case 6 x 750ml)

$16.50 per bottle
Cases
4 payments of $24.75 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

Value is just the start. This is one exceptional mixed pack, jammed full of premium red wines from some of the country's finest regions.

This pack contains:

St John's Road Resurrection Shiraz 2017
Made using prime Barossa Valley fruit, this Shiraz from the St John's Road has a big heart of blackberry and mulberry chunkiness, all delivered with a palate that is sleek and smart. A clever, big but well made, modern Barossa red.
95 points - The Wine Collective.

2019 Thistledown Gorgeous Grenache
94 points, Sam Kim, Wine Orbit

A fabulous rendition of the variety, showing bright fruit characters of dark cherry and sweet plum with floral, olive and subtle anise notes on the nose. The palate is equally satisfying with succulent fruit intensity and lovely mid-palate weight, wonderfully supported by fine texture and silky tannins, leading to a lengthy supple finish.

2018 Evans & Tate Metricup Road Cabernet/Merlot
Metricup Road runs alongside Evans & Tate's Margaret River vineyard, located in the middle of prime vineyard land north of the township. This is real Cabernet country, and no wonder that it translates into a classic, classy, medium bodied red. It's savoury and dry, yet with this lovely flourish of cedary blackberry too. A delicious Margaret River red in the most traditional mode, with flavour tannins and personality.
96 Points - The Wine Collective.

2018 Teusner The Bilmore Barossa Valley Shiraz
95 Points - James Halliday - Halliday's Wine Companion
The flavours pop up like the plastic clowns at the Easter Show, either to be shot or stunned and lie flat at the end of the moving belt. There is a persistent tune with spicy/savoury/preserve flavours that works very well for me, even if left field.

Bleasdale The Wild Plum Cabernet Merlot 2016: A rich and full flavoured wine with deep colour and dark brooding fruit aromas. Blackberry and currant aromas with blood plum and savoury herbs, underscored with dark toasty oak tannin.
91 points - The Wine Collective.

Driftwood Artifacts Margaret River Petit Verdot 2018: What's that you say? Margaret River Petit Verdot? Now there's something you don't see every day. This surprise packet is unquestionably fun too. It's bright and berried and plump. Yet deep inside there is a darkness. A fullness. And all the time retaining its proud regional style. A great alternative to Margaret River Cabernet.

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