About The Pack
If you love trying new wines from small family-owned producers but don't want to spend top dollar, then this pack is perfect for you! Six delicious, easy-drinking reds in six different styles from around Australia. An absolute bargain!
2018 Wickhams Road Yarra Valley Pinot Noir
The Wickhams Road range is widely regarded as some of Australia's best value vino. Made by the perennial bargain Yarra producer, Hoddles Creek, these wines hugely over deliver in the bang for you buck department.
With the family's pedigree for producing Yarra Valley Pinot, this might be the best buy/most sought after of all the releases.
If you drink Pinot, this should be your sub $20 mid-week staple.
A bargain, pure and simple. It won't be around for long.Read more about 2018 Wickhams Road Yarra Valley Pinot Noir
2016 Freddy Nerks Rosso
Freddy Nerks is the exciting new project of former Alpha Box & Dice owner/winemaker, Justin Lane.
The idea behind the label is to bring lively, youthful expressions of cool climate wines to bottle that massively over-deliver in the value stakes.
Justin focuses his fruit sources around the Kuitpo sub-region of the Hills, where the cool nights and warm days ripen fruit beautiful. With eye-catching packaging and a general sense of fun around the brand, these wines are great new additions to the Adelaide Hills region.
The Rosso is conceived as the ultimate pizza night wine. It's an original blend that combines the floral aromatics and freshness of Pinot Noir, the juicy mouthfeel of Dolcetto and the spicy, plumy lushness of Hills Shiraz. The perfect wine to knock back on a Thursday night.Read more about 2016 Freddy Nerks Rosso
2017 Chalmers Arturo Malbec
Bruce Chalmers' love of Malbec drove him to head to the modern home of of the variety, Argentina, to source their superior Malbec clones.
These vines are thriving in the Chalmers' Heathcote vineyard. Each year they get a little older, the fruit gets a little better.
In 2017 they've knocked it out of the park. This is a rich, silky vibrant red with loads of character and likely the best release to date under this label. Value for money wise, this is a standout release from the Chalmers family.
A cracking example of modern Australian Malbec at a very tidy price.Read more about 2017 Chalmers Arturo Malbec
2016 Longhop Old Vine Grenache
If you're a Grenache fan, you really can't go wrong here.
This is Grenache from 50-year-old-vines, made with low intervention by Dom Torzi and Tim Freeland. It's just what you'd expect. It's dense and ripe and brimming with delicious chocolate and cherry flavours.
It's really quite remarkable value in the scheme of things.
Gary Walsh awarded it 92 points, Andrew Graham awarded it 92 points, both critics seeing the keen value on offer here.
This is a dead set steal.Read more about 2016 Longhop Old Vine Grenache
2016 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 2016 Domaine Naturaliste Discovery Cabernet Sauvignon
2017 Woods Crampton Barossa Shiraz
Yet again the Woods Crampton Barossa Valley Shiraz shapes as one of the year's true wine bargains. Shiraz lovers eat your hearts out.
The style of this wine is best summed up by the Woods Crampton boys themselves: "A modern, fruit driven Barossa Shiraz with a focus on drinkability. A world away from the over-extracted and over the top styles loved by the Americans. Cool Climate Barossa Shiraz?"
If you're a fan of this quintessential Aussie wine style, this is quite simply one of the best value Shiraz in The Barossa Valley.Read more about 2017 Woods Crampton Barossa Shiraz