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Why do we love this case?

There are wines, and then there are wines. This pack contains six red wines that have taken on the sharpest palates in the industry and come out the other side dripping in points and adulation. With a range of varietals from NZ, Australia and Italy, we’ve got you covered for any occasion requiring wine. And yes, that’s essentially every occasion.

Each case contains one of the following:

Red
Shiraz
Heathcote

D'Sas Reserve Heathcote Shiraz 2015
Black Cherry
Blood Plum
Spice
Medium-bodied
Grippy
Concentrated
– Sam Kim
- James Halliday
- Tony Keys
– Patrick Eckel
93+pts – Campbell Mattinson

It’s hard not to wish that the lasagne tray was ALL corner. It’s the best bit. But, if it was all corner, it would be a circle, and then there’d be no corner. What a bloody tragedy. When it comes to this D’Sas Reserve, we are being treated to exclusively best-bits: AKA the five best rows from Heathcote’s Greenstone vineyard. Shiraz and lasagne corners only; what a time to be alive. D’Sas is a J. Halliday Dark Horse Winery in the Yarra Valley, and these grapes and their winemaker is a pairing on the scale of, like, Michelle and Barack Obama, which means great things are a’comin (to you). This bombshell has scored 93 Winefront points, 94 from Patrick Eckel, 95 from Sam Kim and, like the great power couple (the Obamas, not Eckel and Kim. Well, maybe them too, whatever) it’s intelligent, concentrated and freaking delicious, in all of it’s black cherry and blood plum glory. Boom town baby.

You'd pay $60.00 full price

Red
Cabernet Sauvignon
McLaren Vale

Pertaringa Rifle & Hunt McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
Blackcurrant
Menthol
Raspberry
Full-bodied
Smooth
Bold
Sam Kim, February 2017
China Wine & Spirits Awards, 2017
Wine Showcase ·
Tony Keys, May 2017
Wine Showcase
Top 100 Best Australian Wines, Matthew Jukes May 2017

A huge Black Market cabernet comin’ at ya mofos. This is actually the 3rd vintage we’ve had of this particular vino and it has all the recognition you could possibly want: 95 points from Sam Kim, 94 from Tony Keys and Wine Showcase, a couple of gold medals and a nod in Matthew Jukes’ Top 100 Best Australian Wines. Not bad, eh? But what’s better is the wine itself. Rich with a velvet texture, it has classic cabernet notes of cassis, dark red fruits and a touch of herbs and menthol. With plenty of backbone and a loving touch from a fantastic producer, this is a people-pleaser that’ll take pride of place on the dinner table.

You'd pay $40.00 full price

Red
Sangiovese
Tuscany

Duca di Saragnano Sir Passo Toscano IGT 2016
Black Cherry
Blood Plum
Cherry
Medium-bodied
Velvety
Concentrated
Annuario dei Migliori Vini Italiani
Bronze Medal International Wine & Spirit Competition

Duca di Saragnano, you’ve done it again. Two vintages in a row of the Sir Passo IGT have scored 98 points and we’re stoked for another crack at this primo vino. An 80/20 blend of sangiovese and merlot, it’s a velvety, versatile juice that does equally well on its own or with food. Conceived by the producer “as an attempt to surprise and delight with new flavours, tastes and aromas”, this toscana is all about intense, ripe fruits, primarily red and black cherries. You know the deal with sangio: pair it with your Italian favourite. Pasta and pizza reign supreme, just make sure you have lashings of tomato sauce and lashings of this ‘16 juice to complement it.

You'd pay $27.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
Central Otago

Brennan B2 Central Otago Pinot Noir 2014
Berries
Black Cherry
Truffle
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
International Wine Challenge London 2017
Air NZ Wine Awards 2016
Sam Kim
5 Stars Winestate magazine 2016
4 Stars Cuisine magazine 2016
Trophy Champion Gibbston Pinot – International Wine Challenge London 2017
Trophy Air NZ Wine Awards 2016

“This is the Brennan B2 pinot noir from the Gibbston subregion of Central Otago. I seem to do all the Kiwi wines. Brennan are a family producer and started off in 1994 so they’ve been kicking around for a little while.” “So this wine has been rated 96 points by Sam Kim and 5 Stars by Winestate Magazine and it is classic Central Otago. More medium-bodied and rather than having red, crunchy fruits, strawberry and rhubarb and all that, you move to spiced cherries and spiced plums, something a little more broody with a bit of smokiness from the oak too. It’s super, super silky too.” – Mumma Summa, Wine Broker Lead.

You'd pay $50.00 full price

Red
Shiraz Blend
Hilltops

Grove Estate Cellar Block Hilltops Shiraz Blend 2015
Blackberry
Plum
Spice
Medium-bodied
Velvety
Refined
Major Wine Show
at Major Wine Show
at Major Wine Show
Huon Hooke

One of our resident wine buyers, Karel, likes to ask the big questions, the kind of questions that keep you up at night. Take this, for example: “what would you say if you were offered a killer shiraz blend that had 95 points & two gold medals?” Lose my sh*t, I guess. Thanks for asking buddy. Combining shiraz and viognier is common practice in the Rhone region of France and it’s a blend that has achieved near mythical status and stratospheric prices in Côte-Rôtie. This one, however, is packin’ plums and bursting with blackberries, produced by an award winning Hilltops producer. It’s also boasting a ridiculous record since 2009, with most vintages scoring 95 points from James Halliday. Don’t miss out or Karel will be gutted. And no-one likes an upset Karel.

You'd pay $37.00 full price

Red
GSM
McLaren Vale

Haselgrove Switch McLaren Vale GSM 2016
Plum
Redcurrant
Spice
Full-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Wine Showcase
Gold New Zealand International Wine Show
5 Red Star Halliday rated producer

“For me personally, what’s special about this wine is it’s the wine that kickstarted my love affair with GSM. This is the wine I shared with my best friend Zach whose family makes homemade salami. Ridiculous, thickly cut, beautiful, spicy, delicious salami. You could just eat that with this wine and that would be it.” “Every day of the week I’d go with a GSM over a more affordable pinot. I think you just get a much better wine. The three just have such a beautiful synergy together. The grenache you get those kind of beautiful, plush, gentle, perfumed fruit – I guess it’s more blue fruits. The shiraz is obviously delicious and spicy an I could be be wrong, but i think the mourvedre adds quite a bit to this blend like in previous vintages.You get that dark, savoury component to the wine which really just keeps a little serious and honest.” – Seb, Wine Padawan

You'd pay $40.00 full price
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