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Why do we love this case?

The Lucky Dip Case is back! Last time we did this, we broke the internet. This time we’ve bubble-wrapped the servers because they’re in for another beating.

Every case contains the same 5 wicked wines, including some our absolute faves here at the ‘fo. More info on them below, and they’re all good things. All mofo standard - i.e. nothing we haven’t enjoyed ourselves.

Then there’s the added excitement of seeing which one of these world-beater wines you will receive as your sixth. 

The 6th wine is the wildcard and could be one any one of these:

An iconic Penfolds Grange 2017 worth $950 (1 in 100 chance)
A  2006 McLaren Vale shiraz worth $150 (1 in 25 chance) 
A gold studded Barossa shiraz worth $120 (1 in 10 chance) 
A single vineyard Barossa Valley shiraz worth $45 

Each box contains one of these epic wines. The odds vary per wine, but each one is a centrepiece wine, worthy of some truly special occasions.

We should say up front: there are no returns on this - click here for case terms and conditions. As it’s a Lucky Dip, it would be unfair to other mofos running in the draw. 

The easiest way to guarantee getting a bottle of Grange is to go out and buy one for yourself. If you, like me, don’t have $900 handy, this is definitely your best (and cheapest) option! Heard enough already? Pop that case in the cart and cross your fingers and toes! Otherwise, read on for a bit more info on all those lovely wines:

The Wild Card Wines 

Wild Card Wine #1

Penfolds Grange Shiraz 2017

South Australia

98pts Wine Spectator | 98pts Huon Hooke | 96pts Robert Parker 

Very deep, dark, dense colour with plenty of purple in the rim. The bouquet is classic Grange, loaded with toast-smoky-oaky scents of smoked-meats and toasted barrels, dried herbs adding an extra fragrance, and hints of five-spice, especially star anise. It’s very full-bodied and concentrate, powerful and long-lasting, but the tannins are beautifully crafted and supple, harmonious, and avoid any suggestion of astringency. The core of the wine is lusciously fruit-sweet and delicious, the robe of tannin complementary rather than domineering. The finish is tremendously long and satisfying. I can enjoy drinking this now: not usual with a new Grange release. A quite magnificent wine and a great Grange. - Huon Hooke

Strongly marked - as always - by its 100% American oak elevage, the 2017 Grange backs up the cedar and vanilla notes with ample blackberry and cassis fruit. Full-bodied, ripe and almost decadently creamy in the mouth, it’s loaded with substance, concentrated and rich, yet- in the context of Grange - relatively light and elegant-seeming on the finish. Only the seventh-ever Grange to be exclusively Shiraz, it originates from Barossa Valley (86%) and McLaren Vale (14%): Shiraz from the other growing regions in South Australia failed to make the grade this year. - Joe Czerwinski, Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate 

Memorable, complex, aromatic and explosively deep, with a mix of palo santo, dark chocolate, black olive, espresso and hazelnut butter. The pure fruit at the core is a mix of ripe huckleberry, boysenberry and wild blackberry, with dense but polished tannins. Savory notes of dried rosemary and sage, cigar box, dried apricot and sandalwood linger on the epic finish. Drink now through 2045.“ - Wine Spectator 

YOU’D PAY $950 full price. 

Wild Card Wines #2

Ulithorne Frux Frugis Shiraz 2006

McLaren Vale, SA

Welcome to Ulithorne’s flagship wine. All parents say they don’t have a favourite child, but we’re pretty sure this would be the one for our star McLaren Vale producer. Make no mistake, this is a big red wine. Juicy, plump, and fine grained. Ulithorne picks their most premium, low-yielding fruit for optimal concentration for this beautiful drop. There’s some parcels in American oak, some in French. Some new and some old. It hits all the notes and comes together in a symphony of black and blue fruits. It’s still drinking remarkably fresh now, but serves a good dollop of meaty, chocolatey characters from its age. This is not a wine you would buy for yourself very often, but you’ll be damn pleased if you manage to score one in your case.

YOU’D PAY $150 full price. 

Wild Card Wines #3 

Reis Creek Chairman Shiraz 2018

Barossa, SA

95pts Sam Kim | Gold Medal CWSC 2020 | 5 Stars Sam Kim | Single Vineyard

Big Barossa shiraz. but not so big of a price. After two years of oak ageing and another year in the bottle, the wine has softened just enough to be ready to go. Reis Creek wines fly out the door, selling out their first vintage within a month of release. The vineyard has stretched over 100 years of age, and has long been utilised for premium winemaking in the region (names such as Penfolds seeking the wines to this day). We’d recommend a little time in the decanter to get the best of it now, give it a moment to stretch before it runs the lengths on your palate.  Tannins are present and full fruit flavours balance the richness of a robust body. It’s all plum, chocolate and pepper in the glass, exactly what lovers of the style are chasing. 

YOU’D PAY $120 full price. 

Wild Card Wines #4

Yelland & Papps Devote Greenock Shiraz 2018

Barossa Valley, SA

Single Vineyard

Yelland & Papps have crafted a fantastic single vineyard Barossa shiraz made from old vines on the western ridge of the valley. There’s opulence, fruit weight, fine tannins and a long finish on this one. Wild yeast has been utilised before nearly two years in a mix of new and seasoned French and American oak. Plum, mulberry and clove jump out of the glass upon first whiff. The palate expands even further with vanilla, licorice, dark chocolate and graphite. Smoothness, complexity and depth all wrapped up in a velvety package. This is really, really good stuff.

YOU’D PAY $45 full price. 

The Other Wines

CW School House Headmaster Cabernet Sauvignon 2019  

Coonawarra, SA

Age-worthy, award-winning Coonawarra cabernet for under $15? Is this for real? Yes indeed it is and you’d be right to think that deals don’t get much better than this!

This wine truely shows the best of what the famed region has to offer, as it walks the tightrope between power and elegance with perfect poise. There are ripe dark fruits of plum and cassis, wrapped up in fine tannins and complimented by notes of toasty oak. It is intense, but also wonderfully balanced. We don’t need to say much about the ageing potential of cabernet with all that structure and tannin, but we will say that you’ll be glad it’s coming as a dozen.

YOU’D PAY $55 full price. 

McArthur Ridge Southern Tor Pinot Noir 2014 

Central Otage, NZ

McArthur Ridge is a 20-year old vineyard with exceptional drainage located just north of Alexandra and between the Mata-Au and Manuherikia Rivers in Central Otago. Southern Tor references a hilly outcrop towards the south end of the vineyard, the source for this wine. The grapes were harvested by hand and even after seven years, exhibit bright primary fruit characters in the wine. Think plums, cherries and strawberries. Of course those secondary notes have also sprung forward with a bit of char, dried herbs and mushrooms. There’s a nice mineral line as well, finishing off what is a complete expression of Otago pinot with some age on it.

YOU’D PAY $39 full price. 

H.J. Fabre Reserva Malbec Cabernet Franc 2020 

Mendoza, Argentina 

95pt IWC 2021 | Gold IWC 2021

Argentina is rightly famous for malbec, but they’re far from the only string to its bow. Variety is the spice of life, they say, and they do some damn good things with cabernets (amongst others) there, too. Not ready to abandon malbec completely, though? How about a compromise? Mix it up with a malbec cab franc blend. 

YOU’D PAY $35 full price. 

Amelia Park Ironstone Shiraz 2021 

Frankland River, WA

Five Red Star Halliday Rated Winery

The Amelia Park Ironstone is, without doubt, one of the most popular we’ve ever seen at Vinomofo. How popular is popular, you ask? Well, thirsty mofos took over 30,000 bottles of a previous vintage off our hands. Yup. We know it’s a great wine deal but when our mofo members are this unanimous in their desire for this drop; well it’s simply cause for one big shiraz gluggin’ celebration. 

Full bodied and silky smooth with lashings of plums and earthy spice; if you’re quaffing this Frankland River gem on a week night, know you’re in good company alongside many a mofo. With one fist in the air (and the other holding a glass of this wine) we salute you!

YOU’D PAY $33 full price. 

Patrick Lesec Richette Côtes du Rhone 2016 

Côtes du Rhône

90pt Robert Parker

2016 was a banger year across the Southern Rhône. There are great reds up and down the scale in terms of appellation and price. This here is a great example of that. So much fruit, so much palate weight, so much smoothness. Just have a look at the review below from Wine Advocate. They’re clearly big fans of this Côtes du Rhône and recognise the incredible value within.

YOU’D PAY $30 full price.