Bloody Gin & Shiraz 2.0
6PK - $33.17 / BTL
We’ve always been strictly about wine, but took a risk and added whisky to the fold late last year. It came as no surprise that our mofo’s were absolutely delighted. So what’s next? Always a sucker for a bad pun, we’ve decided to put on our Ginomofo hats and have a red hot go with Four Pillars, arguably Australia’s most iconic gin producer.
6PK - $33.17 / BTL
Why do we love this case?
Here comes the Bloody Gin & Shiraz pack. Four Pillars reimagined what gin could be when they introduced the world to their Bloody Shiraz Gin a few years back. Well we know a thing or two about shiraz here at the ‘Fo and saw the obvious match made in heaven. The gin has a touch of sweetness from the shiraz grapes and makes for some compelling cocktails (a negroni like no other), and the shiraz is big and bold in that classic Barossa Valley way.
So jump on the Ginomofo bandwagon. Happy hour is always right around the corner.
1x Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz Gin
Red — Other Red
Australia — Australia
It’s fair to say that we’re dipping our little toes in the spirit waters and by golly hasn’t that made our members jump for joy. When Four Pillars released their rather experimental ‘Bloody Shiraz Gin’, its popularity far exceeded everyone’s expectations. Nowadays, this drop can be found at every trendy bar and night spot. It’s steeped in our hospitality culture.
Speaking of ‘steeped’, that’s exactly how this gin is created. Shiraz grapes plucked a stone’s throw away from the Yarra Valley’s Four Pillars Distillery are steeped for a good 8 weeks to impart not just a seductive colour, but an array of complimentary flavour characteristics that ensure this is a match made in heaven. Yes this goes with a classic tonic mixer, but why not add a little extra class to your evening with a dash of this into your favourite bubbles to create your very own ‘Bloody Spritz’? You’re very welcome.
You’d pay $88 full price.
5x Lights Valley Barossa Shiraz 2020
Red — Shiraz
Barossa Valley — Australia
Not all wines are made the same. And certainly not all Barossa shiraz is made the same. It's not easy to make such a dense and complex wine, but take prime vineyards in the Barossa and you're one step towards success. On any given day, there's probably about 40 bottles of shiraz on our tasting bench. As buyers, you'll always be surprised at the ones that take the medal. The Lights Valley was the clear winner one particular day, pleasing each and every person that joined the bench for a sip. Juicy, jubey and dense; there's absolutely nothing that you won't love about this wine, and that's a guarantee.
You’d pay $55 full price.