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Why do we love this case?

The Homeless Grapes Project started in 2015 with one little Facebook post. Jock Harvey, from Chalk Hill Wines, posted that he had a surplus block of grapes and anyone was welcome to them if they made a donation to charity. We saw an opportunity: why not make a cheeky little shiraz instead and send 100% of the profits to charity? We contacted Jock, and the rest - as they say in the biz - took loads of hard work but was totally worth it... 

The Project has given us many wonderful wines since then, and raised well over $200,000 for charities across Australia. This tasting trio showcases the incredible fruits (pardon the pun) of the 2018 and 2019 vintages. Cabernet, shiraz and chardy, from three benchmark regions, made by the kindness and generosity of people determined to do some good in this world.  

It’s the perfect gift for a loved one; a charitable donation on their behalf, and they get to enjoy the wine too. Some of the country’s best winemakers are behind these vinos. What better bottle to open, or story to share, with the family around the table this Christmas?  

McLaren Vale

Homeless Grapes Project Shiraz 2019

The 2019 was crafted by Corrina Wright from Oliver’s Taranga from Kangarilla Road Winery fruit, a couple of the region's best. It's classic McLaren Vale with blackberry, black cherry and dark chocolate luring you in on the nose. The palate is plush and firm, full of juicy black fruits and dense, velvety tannins. All proceeds from the McLaren Vale red will go to the Hutt St Centre in Adelaide who serve over 40,000 meals and offers support to nearly 2,000 people.

Yarra Valley

Homeless Grapes Project Yarra Valley Chardonnay 2019

The coming together of grapes from Tarrawarra, De Bortoli and Rochford creates a harmonious whole that seems to have amplified the best parts of each. It’s fine, fleshy and minerally all at once. Its steely backbone is wrapped up in honeydew melon, grapefruit pith and almond croissant flavours. It weaves a long, captivating story on your palate, with effortless generosity that echoes the intent of the Homeless Grapes project. And, as if you already didn’t feel good about buying this wine, know that every cent goes to St Mary’s House of Welcome, an amazing frontline charity who provide hot food, accomodation, support and essential services to those experiencing homelessness in Melbourne.

Cabernet Sauvignon

Homeless Grapes Project Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Densely concentrated berries on a tightly-woven palate, threaded with crunchy savoury notes that bring this unmistakably Coonawarra beast to life. You’d expect nothing less, considering Raidis Estate, Hollick Estate, Patrick of Coonawarra, Redman Wines, Penley Estate and Jim Brand Wines are some of the names behind it. There are blueberries and violets offering great aromatic lift and depth of flavour. A quick spin in the decanter is all it’ll take to see the best of this wonderful wine right now. Otherwise, pop it down for some years in the cellar, and serve up to lucky guests in time. AC Care is an amazing frontline charity which seeks to enhance wellbeing through positive social change. Started by country people, the charity now serves the rural Limestone Coast, Murraylands and Riverland communities in South Australia. All proceeds from this cabernet go to them.