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 - all built in a juicy, medium-bodied style. 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!
2020 Bondar Violet Hour Shiraz
The name 'Violet Hour' refers to the fading light owners Andre Bondar and Selina Kelly saw on the horizon as they picked the last bunches of Shiraz for their first ever release, the 2012 edition of this wine. A violet sky, a beautiful wine, and a new future ahead for the couple and their vines.
The Violet hour tastes as stylish as it looks, it hits that sweet-spot for all red wine lovers - a combination of elegance and power.
The pedigree of the McLaren Vale vineyard is second to none - it's one of the most respected sites in McLaren Vale where Seaview and Blewitt Springs meet. You get the lively, bright blue fruits of the sandy soils of Blewitt Springs with the power and structure of the Seaview terroir. It's a winning combination. The quality of the Shiraz speaks for itself.
Put simply, if you like McLaren Vale Shiraz with a fresh face - this is a must buy.
2020 Two Tonne Tasmania TMV Pinot Noir
The TMV Pinot Noir is meant for earlier consumption than the more premium Dog and Wolf Pinot Noir by Ricky Evans.
It's a glimpse at the vintage for the Tamar Valley sub-region. But make no mistake, this is not your average 'entry level' Pinot Noir, this has an edge to it, a personality all of its own.
The 2020 release of the Two Tonne Tasmania TMV Pinot Noir is a ripper. Ricky says it's his best yet, albeit in a lighter, more athletic frame than is typical of this cuveé.
It's a cracking wine with immaculate fruit and a savoury backbone - a great representation of the quality being produced by a new wave of Tasmanian winemaking rock-stars.
Stocks are limited on this release, don't hesitate.Read more about 2020 Two Tonne Tasmania TMV Pinot Noir
2018 Domaine Naturaliste Discovery Cabernet Sauvignon
The Discovery range is the top value entry level range of wines from Bruce Dukes.
These wines give a perfect snapshot of classic Margaret River wine styles with easy drinkability and hugely over deliver for the dollars.
This is a classic Margaret River Cabernet with rich, supple fruit of blackcurrant, blueberry and bay leaves.
It's the perfect all-rounder Cabernet for any occasion.Read more about 2018 Domaine Naturaliste Discovery Cabernet Sauvignon
2019 Inkwell Infidels Primitivo
The Infidels is Primitivo sourced from the immaculate Inkwell vineyard in McLaren Vale.
Over the last few vintages it has gained a reputation for being one of the country's most drinkable/loveable alternate varieties, and is often the fastest-selling Inkwell wine, and understandably so.
The oak is set firmly to the background of the mid-weight palate and the perky red fruits and spice of this variety on display for all to see. The fruit weight, tannin, and acidity playing perfectly with each other. Simply delightful drinking.Read more about 2019 Inkwell Infidels Primitivo
2021 Spinifex Papillon
Introducing Papillon - one of the most gluggable reds in the Barossa Valley!
The Spinifex wines cover a wide spectrum, from rich, full-throttled old vine Shiraz all the way to this, a light bodied, energetic Grenache Cinsault blend made for easy day-time drinking.
These styles are certainly in vogue but as usual, winemaking wizard Schell elevates it to another level, utilising incredibly old vines and astute winemaking to add depth and complexity to what is joyously pure red berried fruit.
Papillon is one of our go-to's and just unbeatable value. What a producer Spinifex is.Read more about 2021 Spinifex Papillon
2018 A. Rodda Tempranillo
When it comes to Beechworth, no one knows their stuff like winemaker/viticulturalist dynamic duo Adrian Rodda and Mark Walpole.
This Tempranillo is a long-time customer favourite and it's easy to see why. It's plush and flavour-packed but with Rodda's distinctive soft touch and elegance. It's just a beaut to drink.
A unique Beechworth wine and a lovely warm-hearted red for either now or the cellar.Read more about 2018 A. Rodda Tempranillo