Awesome Autumn Reds Pack

The only mixed pack of reds you'll need this Autumn!


Categories: $25 - $35, All, Mixed Packs, Red

About The Pack

With the changing of the seasons comes a changing in wine selection.

At this time of year, the Rosés and Rieslings start giving way to medium-bodied, savoury reds that are built for sipping as the afternoons turn cool.

Here are six fantastic reds that are perfect for drinking anytime, anywhere this Autumn.

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BUY ONE PACK: - $160 delivered
BUY TWO PACKS: $299 delivered

2018 Murdoch Hill Ridley Pinot X Three

Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, these three varieties get along so well.

This is a fresh, fruit-driven wine that is geared towards fun in the sun drinking. It combines the vibrant red berry flavours of these three varieties with a touch of stalk influence to beautiful effect.

Think of the ideal red wine style to drink in the Aussie summer and your on the right track. Pop it in the fridge if you like, it won't hurt it a bit. Slim to none oak influence just pure, lively fruit full of character and personality.

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2019 Meadowbank Nouveau Syrah Pinot

Pinot Noir has always excelled on the Meadowbank vineyard.

Now, with the climate warming up, Syrah is heading the same way on this Derwent Valley site.

It only made sense for winemaker Peter Dredge to blend them together. The combination of the spicy, peppery Shiraz and slippery, perfumed red-berried Pinot Noir is a match made in heaven.

This is a light, juicy modern Australian wine from one of Tasmania's most talented winemakers. The perfect Summer red here from Dredge and co.

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2018 Schwarz Meta Grenache

The Schwarz Meta Grenache is very much the modern look of Barossa Grenache.

Built with fruit purity, drinkability and freshness in mind, the fruit for this wine is unoaked, fermented as mostly whole bunches with indigenous yeasts and unfined, unfiltered.

With all the work done in the Maranaga and Bethany vineyards, this minimal intervention approach has resulted in a bright, crisp and crunchy style of Grenache that is very hard to put down.

A world away from the thick, syrupy Grenache of old, this is the delicious new face of the Barossa.

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2018 Dune Pyla

A new age McLaren Vale red wine here from the notable Lloyd family of Coriole fame. The brothers Duncan and Peter forging a new project from their Blewitt Springs vineyard.

Italian varieties have become one of the great stories of McLaren Vale, with Coriole doing plenty to champion these sun-loving grapes. Here, Nero d'Avola takes centre stage, surrounded by Negroamaro & Montepulciano as well as Rhone classics Carignan and Mourvedre.

The 2018 release is every bit as alluring as the ripping  2017 vintage - it's savoury, spicy and full of lush McLaren Vale dark fruit.

Not a foot wrong so far from this exciting rising McLaren Vale project.

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2018 Beal & Co Little Red

Callum Beal is bringing Merlot back.

He believes the Adelaide Hills can grow some great, smashable versions of the variety. Here's a good example of what he's talking about.

Matured in stainless after a month on skins and whole-berry fermented, Beal is striving for freshness and drinkability - something more akin to a Beaujolais Nouveau than a dusty old Bordeaux.

It's medium-bodied, flush with plums and savoury black olive tapenade notes, and has more interest and drinkability than most Australian Merlots you'll meet. 

Perfect drinking for backyards and BBQs while the weather is warm.

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2019 Nick Spencer Gundagai Dry Red

One of Nick Spencer's most formative experiences in wine was the 2011 Len Evans Tutorial where he had the rare opportunity to sample some of the worlds most famous wines under exam conditions.

Amongst the flights of DRC and First Growth Bordeaux, Nick says the wines that moved him most were the great old Australian red wines of the 1960s and 1970s. These were blended wines, with a house style the primary focus rather than the emphasis on regional or varietal wines which is so prevalent in Australian wine today.

The Gundagai Red is Nick's attempt to bring that old blended philosophy into the modern day. It's a wine that shows ripe blue fruit characters, a vibrant nose of violets and spice and silky decadent tannins which should see it mature nicely over the medium-long term.

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Delivery is Free for any order over $149 or more, or just $10 for any orders of $149 or less. There is no minimum order quantity and you can mix and match as much as you like. Make your perfect mix pack!

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Warehouse Pickup is also available for Sydney customers, 10am-5pm Monday to Friday. To select Warehouse Pickup as your shipping method enter our address "F5A, 42 Wattle St, Ultimo, 2007" as your shipping address during checkout.Your order will be packed and ready within 2 hours. Please complete your purchase online before visiting us as we are not licensed to sell over the counter.

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Our Heat Policy can be viewed here. If you would like us to hold dispatch of your order for milder weather please leave instructions to do so in the 'SPECIAL REQUESTS' box found on the cart page before the final checkout. We are happy to hold it for as long as you like. All orders are fully insured so you can buy with full confidence that these tasty beverages will get to you in tip-top shape.

Returns are free for 100 days after purchase. You can view the conditions of our return policy here

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Do I have to order in dozens?

No, please mix it up! You can order wines in any quantity and variation you like. You can order 1 bottle or 50. We challenge you to make the ultimate mixed pack of wine!

Are there volume discounts?

No our pricing is aiming to the best in the market already. For very large orders (weddings etc) we are open to negotiating though. Just give us a call. How does the price match work?

Everyday Low & Consistent Pricing is something we strongly believe in. We want our customers to feel confident they are always getting the best price. If you see a price lower somewhere else let us know and we'll match it. We'll even retrospectively refund you if you have already purchased from us but you see a lower price somewhere later on. Our price match policy can be seen here.

I am trying to add more of a wine to my cart but it won’t let me?

This means we are running low on stock of that wine. So for example, if the website will only allow you to add 3 bottles and no more, then that is all we have of that particular wine. The good news is we may be able to order more for you. Just contact us on 1300 668 385 or and we'll organise the additional quantity for you.

Does Different Drop have a physical store?

No, not really. More of a warehouse/office. We do however offer a Click & Collect option from our warehouse in Ultimo, Sydney. Our warehouse address for Click & Collect is: F5A, 42 Wattle St, Ultimo, 2007

Can I special order a wine you do not sell?

If it’s doable, then we’ll make it happen. Just contact us directly via phone, chat or email and we’ll find out for you right away. Please note that in most cases special orders such as these will need to be in full case lots (6 or 12 bottles).

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