Taste of Tassie Premium Mixed Six Pack

Taste of Tassie Premium Mixed Six Pack Taste of Tassie Premium Mixed Six Pack

Taste of Tassie Premium Mixed Six Pack

RRP: $226.44 per case
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$23.16 per bottle
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RRP: $226.44 per case
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$23.16 per bottle
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Ah Tasmania, the coolest place in the country to make wine right now - and I'm not just talking about the weather.

The only challenge is that prices have now gone through the roof - the wines from too-cool Tassie are expensive. 

But not today. Not with this case of premium wines, that packs in $226 worth of top-scoring, high-flying Tassie tipples for a ripper price.

What a collection too. Whether it's trophy-winning Syrah from Riversdale, 95 point scoring Pinot from Cape Bernier or a classy sparkling from Anon, this pack has it all. 

It's a tonne of high scoring, award-winning Tasmanian wine...

1x NV Anon Tasmanian Sparkling Cuvee: Nothing anonymous about the quality in this premium Tasmanian sparkling wine. Crisp, finely textured and with subtle winemaking influence, this is good quality modern fizz. 93 Points - Sam Kim - Wine Orbit. 92 Points - The Wine Collective.

1x 2017 Cape Bernier Estate Tasmanian Chardonnay: Of all the Cape Bernier wines, the Chardonnay is the least common. A Chardonnay rarity, but one we want to see much much more of, with the power you see in East Coast Tassie, but that acidity? Gee. It's so impressive. 93 Points - James Halliday - Halliday's Wine Companion. 93 Points - Mike Bennie - The Wine Front. 93 Points - The Wine Collective. 92 Points - Huon Hooke - The Real Review.

1x 2018 Ninth Island Riesling: One of the original Tasmanian brands, Ninth Island has a curiously smaller profile than it once enjoyed, even though the wines are still reliably well made and very drinkable. This Riesling is arguably the most interesting of the whole range, a white where acidity and sweetness walk hand in hand. 95 Points - The Wine Collective. 91 Points - Huon Hooke - The Real Review. 90 Points - Campbell Mattinson - Halliday's Wine Companion.

1x 2016 Anon Tasmanian Pinot Noir: Crafted by Winemaking Tasmania's wine guru Glenn James, this is such an appealing Tassie Pinot, flush with cherry fruit and then on a round and surprisingly full palate. High quality wine. 93 Points - Sam Kim - Wine Orbit. 91 Points - The Wine Collective.

1x 2017 Cape Bernier Tasmanian Pinot Noir: All Cape Bernier grapes are hand reared and handpicked at harvest to ensure the best interpretation of the terroir comes through in the highest quality wines. This is an exemplary wine, black cherry & liquorice aromas are complemented by fine tannins and savoury spice flavours characteristic of the vineyard. 95 Points - James Halliday - Halliday's Wine Companion. 94 Points - The Wine Collective. 92 Points - Huon Hooke - The Real Review. 

1x 2017 Riversdale Estate Syrah: Recently picking up the Trophy for best Tasmanian Shiraz at the Great Australian Shiraz Challenge 2018, this wine is an elegant, medium-bodied style, silky in its tannins and with lovely shape and flow. A delightful cool-climate style. 94 Points - The Wine Collective. 93 Points - Ned Goodwin - Halliday's Wine Companion. 93 Points - Campbell Mattinson - The Wine Front. 90 Points - Huon Hooke - The Real Review.

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Tasmania
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750ml
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