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What happens when a bunch of wine-loving mofos get to approach their favourite wineries across Australia and ask them to make a wine just for them? Well, after much blushing and bashful tittering on our part, the brief ...
  • Various

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The hills are alive with the sound of post-prandial snoring, mofos. The original 'Aussies' have it good. Bloody delicious wine at great value. No wonder not much of it makes its way over here. Crafty buggers drink it all ...
  • Austria

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... top Odeon series - special wines, made in tiny quantities, with ... will remember”. Odeon are wines to remember.”
  • Adelaide Hills

$390 / 3 pack

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This is the kind of wine that makes you titter and murmur a quiet “ooh hello” to yourself. Frisky tannin, seductively dark and dusky earthy notes, squishy blackberries and just the right tickle of mint. It's fun, ...
  • Coonawarra

$150 / 12 pack

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There is truth to the saying that the simple things in life are often the best. And that's the approach with the Bress Unplucked Shiraz - made for simple enjoyment. No oak. No need for cellaring. Made to drink now. So ...
  • Bendigo

$150 / 12 pack

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Clare Valley shiraz is in a class of its own. It benefits from the ballsy, rich-fruited, adrenaline-pumping charms of South Australia, but retains a bright flash of refreshing acidity thanks to the higher altitude. The ...
  • Clare Valley

$150 / 12 pack

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Unmistakably Coonawarra cabernet that doesn't cost the earth. It doesn't need a decade in the cellar either. Softly but firmly structured, it's easy and enjoyable drinking, with all the luscious, brambly berries, ...
  • Coonawarra

$150 / 12 pack

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A firm favourite is back with a new vintage, and looking damn special. Mount Avoca have certainly made full use of 2017's sensational conditions.
  • Pyrenees

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Gapsted are nestled up in Victoria's High Country (in Gapsted, of all places), and have to be one of Australia's leading wineries for value. Pinot is a tricky grape to grow at the best of times, and it's all the harder ...
  • King Valley

$144 / 12 pack

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Ask any wine geek to name a famous grower's vineyard in the Yarra Valley, and most will name Willowlake first. It's that renowned. This sauv blanc master (I don't say this lightly) sources his fruit from there. He does a ...
  • Yarra Valley

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Yarra savvy is a hard thing to get right, but when it is right it is so, so right. And this maker knows how to wrangle grapes. Hand-picked and whole bunch pressed, with 20% fermented in French oak and maturation on lees ...
  • Yarra Valley

$132 / 12 pack

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Ok, mofos, I'm not going mad. First thing I smelt here was olives. “Yeah right,” I thought to myself, “I've definitely just dreamt that up having seen the name on the label.” But then more and more of our fabulous Wine ...
  • McLaren Vale

$118.8 / 12 pack

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Bordeaux better watch its back or Mendoza may take the winner's crown for cabernet too - just like it's done with malbec. This Reserva from H.J. Fabre certainly puts forward a very strong case for the region and variety ...
  • Mendoza

$180 / 12 pack

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I wonder if this “Golden Hillside” is in Clare Valley at all. The riz they make is nothing short of heavenly, and the price suggests some sort of divine intervention. Plus, however high the vineyards of Clare Valley can ...
  • Clare Valley

$138 / 12 pack

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Bordeaux-style wines in New Zealand

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