Drink Better At Home Mega Mixed Dozen

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Drink Better At Home Mega Mixed Dozen

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(Case 12 x 750ml)

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RRP: $312.96 per case49% OFF


(Case 12 x 750ml)

$13.25 per bottle
4 payments of $39.75 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

Let's take your wine drinking to the next level with a simply incredible mixed dozen - jam-packed with over $300 worth of deliciousness in one $159 package.

Headlining this collection are two super hero wines - game-changing drinks to make that will make even the quietest night at home feel special.

From Coonawarra comes Geoff Merrill's single vineyard Cabernet special, the absolutely classic Graymoor Cabernet Sauvignon (which sells for $50+ alone). Then, from closer to home comes the Grant Burge Filsell Shiraz - a typically generous Barossan red in a powerfully built, classic cellaring style.

All this for just $159? Yes, please!

This pack contains:

2017 Grant Burge Filsell Shiraz
A ball of concentration, from the black fruit flavours, chocolate, licorice and tar on the full-bodied palate to the integrated oak... and yet it doesn't drag you down. This will reward the patient, yet with a suppleness that makes it approachable in its youth.

2014 Geoff Merrill Graymoor Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon
Geoff Merrill is based in McLaren Vale, but also has an established vineyard in Coonawarra known as Graymoor which Geoff taps into for Cabernet Sauvignon. Normally the fruit from this vineyard gets blended in with McLaren Vale grapes, but in 2014 Geoff was so happy it that he made a single vineyard release - a superb, full-flavoured Cabernet. After extended oak and bottle maturation, this firm, classically proportioned Coonawarra red is looking absolutely A1. It's a dense, powerful and structured ripe red that is only just starting to soften.

The Black Chook Shiraz 2017
This brilliantly priced red shows perfumed aromas of black/blueberry, raspberry, toasted nut and warm spice on the nose, leading to a succulent palate that is plump and fleshy. It is brightly fruited and smooth with layers of silky texture, finishing persistent and satisfying.

2014 Geoff Merrill SMS Merlot Sangiovese Cabernet
Does it get better than this - the great man of South Australia Geoff Merrill pumping out some brilliant value reds. 
This SMS made from Sangiovese, Merlot and Shiraz is a little quirky but you won't be sorry as it shows some seriously intense sweet mulberry fruit given a little savoury Italian style through the addition of some classy Sangivoese - a bargain Aussie blend.

Miles from Nowhere Cabernet Merlot 2018
Crafted by Frank Tate, who was one of the original family members who put Evans & Tate on the map, this full-flavoured Cabernet blend shows juicy blackberry Cabernet characters, with ripe Merlot fleshiness, alongside a little Margaret River mint and some fine tannins.

2017 Mount Kitchener Cabernet Sauvignon
Trent Burge hasn't lingered in his father Grant's shadow, launching out under his own steam to make proper Barossa wines. This Cabernet is another instalment in the well sorted range - a chunky Barossan red with hearty fruit and sumptuous flavour.

2019 Tahbilk One Million Cuttings Rose
Tahbilk have a real knack for crisp, light and savoury rosé as demonstrated here with this One Million Cuttings pink. Driven by delicate pink fruit flavours, it's a lithe modern wine that is so far from the heavy sweet rosé of old. Hard not to empty a bottle of this on a warm night!

2019 Pure Clare Watervale Riesling
Made by the celebrated Vickery winemaking team, using their vast experience of producing award-winning first rate Riesling to craft a stunning wine. Laden with lime juice freshness and concentrated flavour, this crisp and energetic young white has superb acidity to drive what is a very lively (and lovely) young white.

2019 Miles from Nowhere Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2019
From the hands of Frank Tate, a former key cog in the Evans & Tate operation, this dual gold medal winner is the sort of white wine that Margaret River's reputation is built on.  Sauvignon Blanc is the driver here with a basket full of passionfruit juiciness on the nose, the palate then delivering super crisp fruit to back it all up.

2019 Margan Verdelho
Lesley Jameson, Wine Panel
Lovely pineapple and nectarine flavours but a crisp dry finish - not too fruity or any bitterness

Yarran Pinot Grigio 2019
Nick Butler, Real Review
A distinctly charming and aromatic wine at this price point. A tease of texture to the palate, winemaking is excellent. Ripe fruit in balance with acidity. Accessible and easy-drinking.

2019 Tyrrell's 1858 Hunter Valley Chardonnay
92 Points - Sam Kim - Wine Orbit
Revealing delicate fruit flavours and soft-toned texture, the wine shows peach, rockmelon, lemon pith and nougat characters on the nose, leading to a succulent palate that’s elegantly weighted and creamy. It’s charming and splendidly approachable. At its best: now to 2024

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