About The Pack
If you're just on the hunt for some cheap and cheerful reds that you can crack any night of the week, then this pack is perfect for you!
Six delicious, easy-drinking reds in six different styles from around Australia and abroad.
An absolute bargain!
2020 Airlie Bank Pinot Noir
"All-round deliciousness of drinking... Love this."
Gary Walsh (The Wine Front)
Wine lovers the world over are constantly on the hunt for that elusive creature; affordable, delicious Pinot Noir. You may end your search now!
Tim Shand's latest offering in the Airlie Bank range is a stunner. From the 2019 vintage, this has freshness, perfume, pure red Pinot fruit and surprisingly savoury tannin.
Quite simply one of Australia's best value Pinot Noirs. Back up the truck!Read more about 2020 Airlie Bank Pinot Noir
2020 Somos Tintito
This is a delicious medium bodied red blend from Ben and Mauricio at Somos wines.
It's a blend of Grenache, Pinot Meunier, Nero d'Avola and a bunch of other bits and pieces built with easy drinking in mind and an 'Italian-ate' feel. The aim here was to create "Vin de soif, made for easy drinking with interest." and they've nailed the MO.
This is a top value little daily drinker and is squarely in no-brainer territory for those chasing a medium-bodied red that is loaded with charisma.Read more about 2020 Somos Tintito
2019 Ricca Terra Vintners The Marathon Man
Chunky and satisfying Cabernet dominant blend from the Riverland, with a youthful dose of tangy acidity keeping it vibrant and lively.
The Cab Sauv is fleshed out by Petit Verdot and Durif, so three varieties with thick skins and a lot of natural tannin. It is a warming, flavoursome wine rich in blackberry and plum fruit, with a dense but integrated palate.
It may not be the ideal liquid to drink following a marathon but it is perfect for a winter's day in an armchair watching highlights of someone else going through running hell.Read more about 2019 Ricca Terra Vintners The Marathon Man
2019 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 2019 Woods Crampton Barossa Shiraz
2020 Jed Malbec
This ripping little red is sourced from vineyards in the cooler Uco Valley of Mendoza, where some of the finest wines in the region are produced.
The deep, luscious fruit is the focus of the wine, with oak taking a back seat.
This is great value for lovers of bold, robust reds. The perfect big, pillowy glass of red for any night of the week.Read more about 2020 Jed Malbec
2019 Costes Del Sio Petit Sios Red
This top value red blend comes from the Porcioles-Buixó family in Catalonia.
The patriarch of the family, Juan de Porcioles, purchased their property in 1992. With the help of his friends and family, he put down vines with a view to combine the terroir of his home with lessons learnt from the great producers of France.
To that end, he planted a mix of French and Spanish varieties on his property, looking to create something of a fusion wine style from the two countries.
This is a big, luscious, easy-drinking red made from predominantly Tempranillo with a splash of Garnacha and Cabernet thrown in for good measure. Smooth, spicy and very easy to know back - for under $25 you really can't go wrong here.Read more about 2019 Costes Del Sio Petit Sios Red