About The Pack
We all have that friend who brings the terrible bottle of wine to the BBQ.
Never be stuck drinking their terrible vino again with one of these fun, handy packs!
It features six super-slurpable reds, ranging from light to medium bodied. The perfect kind of reds you can enjoy in tumblers while turning the snags.
These are fun, energetic reds that are ready and raring to rip!
2021 Riposte The Dagger Pinot Noir
How Tim Knappstein manages to make such astonishing wines at bargain prices is one of South Australia's greatest mysteries - but who are we to question when we all get to reap the benefit.
His 'The Dagger' Pinot Noir is bright, bouncy, and full of life. Great everyday-drinking Pinot and made with such finesse. Fresh cherries and berries wrapped in spice, with a juiciness that goes for days.
If you ask us, it's an absolute steal and one of the country's best value Pinots. A real no brainer here - great buying.
2021 Purple Hands Wines Old Vine Barossa Valley Grenache
The Old Vine Grenache is the cornerstone of the Purple Hands range.
The Purple Hands team shapes this wine in a modern style for the region where freshness and energy is prized above the richer inky styles of old.
It's all about red fruit, lively spices, medium weight and ease of drinking.
If you want to cellar it, you can, for sure, but this is made to be enjoyed from day one. It rates very highly amongst its peers in this price range. A very safe bet if Barossa Grenache is your thing.Read more about 2021 Purple Hands Wines Old Vine Barossa Valley Grenache
2021 Frederick Stevenson Dolcetto
This is one delicious little Dolcetto from the talented hands of Steve Crawford.
It's the perfect red to go with a long lunch; deliciously plummy and fleshy, filled with dark cherries and little hints of warming spice. Steve describes this wine as an ode to the phrase "dolce fa niente", which means "the pleasure in doing nothing". An excellent red to pull out on a lazy weekend.
It's wine to sit back and relax with, so stock up, put your feet up and go with the flow.Read more about 2021 Frederick Stevenson Dolcetto
2021 Ricca Terra Vintners Aglianico
Aglianico may turn out to be one of southern Italy's better exports to Australia. The ultimate experimenters at Ricca Terra have got behind the varietal, planting numerous clones, seeking complexity to match grape's natural power.
This new release is full of sweet, dark liquorice and blood plum flavours. It's serious wine, with some quality oak apparent and a rugged savoury finish.
As with all the Ricca Terra wine, the value-for-money is extraordinary. Lovers of a big bold red, this is one to jump on.Read more about 2021 Ricca Terra Vintners Aglianico
2021 Mada Rouge
This is a great new addition to the Mada range from Hamish Young.
This is the red equivalent of the Mada Blanc - it's a wine custom built for versatility and easy drinking. Hamish blends Shiraz, Cabernet and a good whack of Nebbiolo to create this svelte drop. It's ballistically good to drink.
It smells of dried herbs and bright red berries, there's a real 'pop' to the flavour in the mouth.
If you are looking for a red that will find its place at any occasion, bingo - you've found it.Read more about 2021 Mada Rouge
2021 Adelina McLaren Vale Shiraz
Col McBryde at Adelina wanted to make a Shiraz that was a little different to their usual one - a bit more dark and broody, but still keeping the classic Adelina style.
So Col sourced some certified organic fruit from the McLaren Vale, coming from a ripper site in Kangarilla managed by two impeccable growers, Yanagrra's Michael Lane and Pete Fraser. We all know what great fruit and a deft touch equals.
It's got a focus more on dark fruit flavour than their Clare Valley reds, with chewy tannin and a bit more of a broodiness to its personality. Still inherently Adelina in style, it's something a little different - and incredibly delicious.Read more about 2021 Adelina McLaren Vale Shiraz