Drink Better at Home Mixed Discovery 6pk

Drink Better at Home Mixed Discovery 6pk Drink Better at Home Mixed Discovery 6pk

Drink Better at Home Mixed Discovery 6pk

RRP: $163.98 per case39% OFF

$99.00

(Case 6 x 750ml)

$16.50 per bottle
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RRP: $163.98 per case39% 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*

Now that #WINEsolation is drawing to an end it's time to step out of your comfort zone. To venture out beyond your wine meat-and -three-veg and give your wine diet a kickstart.

It's time to Drink Better at Home.

If all this sounds a bit daunting, don't be worried - you can start with this Discovery Mixed Pack. Here, you're getting six wines that have a little something extra. An unusual blend here, an alternative variety there, and an aged wine too. All of them are guaranteed to be tasty, and all provide that welcome hit of spice that has been missing in your life.

And all this will cost you just $99 a six pack.

This pack contains:

Thistledown Gorgeous Grenache 2019
Sam Kim
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.

2017 Penley Estate Argus Shiraz Cabernet Blend
James Halliday - Halliday's Wine Companion
Matured in French oak (5% new) for 12 months, then 6 months in stainless steel. The oak is very obvious, but in terms of mouthfeel is superior to its Son of Titan sibling, and offers very good value.


2018 Cloud Break California Petit Sirah
Johan Axlund, Wine Panel
"Drenched in black jelly bean fruit, with dark berries and a hearty finish. Lots of flavour here"


2019 Hare & Tortoise Pinot Noir
Sabine Duval, Wine Panel
"Showing complexity. Varietal and savoury at the same time"

2018 Pazo Dos Celtas Albarino Rias Baixas DO
Rias Baixas in Galicia, northern Spain, has been called in some quarters a wine 'garden of Eden'. Think steep, lush green slopes down to bright blue rivers with vineyards adding even more colour to the landscape. Albarino is the grape hero of this beautiful region, with the fresh and saline white wines from these hillsides notably lively and vibrant. Here, we see that classic Rias Baixas form, with crunch but also texture. Width of flavour, but energy too. A gold medal winner at the huge Concurso Bacchus wine competition this is super premium Albarino too.

2013 Margan Aged Release Semillon

95 Points - Huon Hooke - The Real Review
Medium to light, bright yellow colour with a lemon pith bouquet, which has yet to develop appreciable toastiness. The wine is very fresh and youthful, nervy and tight on the palate with abundant acidity, the flavours all about lemon juice, lemon pith, lemongrass.


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Meaghan Gall

Marketing Manager

My friends often ask me, “How do you know which wine to pick?” To be honest to comes down to a range of factors; the occasion, the people, the food or even just what mood I’m in. But one of the things I love is when I try something new or slightly different to what I’d normally drink and it blows me away. Here are a few wines that I’ve recently uncovered: