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The Lucky Dip Case is back! Every time we do this, we break 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 2017 Shiraz cabernet worth $180 (1 in 25 chance)
A Châteauneuf-du-Pape worth $130 (1 in 10 chance)
A 95pt Barossa shiraz worth $50

Each box contains one of these epic wines. The odds vary per wine, but each one is a centerpiece 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 $950 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. Savoury 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 Wine #2

Chateau Yaldara 1847 170 Shiraz Cabernet 2017

Barossa Valley, SA

94pts James Halliday | Old Vine

Nestled at the foot of the Barossa Ranges in the small, premium sub-region of Rowland Flat, you’ll find Chateau Yaldara. This renowned Barossa winery was founded in the 1940’s by one of the region’s first boutique winemakers. Their 170 shiraz cabernet blend is here to steal the limelight, the two big red styles unsurprisingly coming together to create an unapologetically full bodied wine. 2017 was a pretty cool vintage (we’re talking about the weather), which means even with some hefty weight driving the wine, there’s impeccable balance at its core. This is all about the powerful fruit that melds together with oak spice and firm tannins. It’s bang on Barossa, giving generously and holding nothing back. With a finish that lingers longer than a kid in a candy shop, you won’t be ashamed to show this off to the in-laws or BYO with your boss. 

YOU’D PAY $180 full price.

Wild Card #3

​​Domaine Saint Préfert Châteauneuf du Pape Tradition 2019

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, France

94pts Decanter | 94pts Wine Cellar Insider | 93pts Vinous | 93pts Wine Spectator |93pts Jeb Dunnuck

When crafted by a skilled winemaker such as Isabel Ferrando at Domaine Saint Préfert, Châteauneuf-du-Pape is one of the most expressive, compelling and age-worthy red wines in the world. This is ‘Tradition’, a wine aged entirely in concrete tanks to put the spotlight squarely on the purity of fruit.

Saint-Préfert recently celebrated its 100th anniversary of making wines that truly start in the vineyard. The soils are stony, porous and filtering, allowing the vines to root deeply in clay. With such extreme temperatures in the Rhône, these deep roots are vital to accessing water, resulting in grapes of immense intensity and richness.

Rather than try to outdo the professional wine writers, we’ll point you in the direction of Jeb Dunnuck’s review below. It’s just one of several such reviews that speak to the excellence of this wine.

YOU’D PAY $130 full price.

Wild Card Wine #4

Lou Miranda Estate Golden Lion Shiraz 2018

Barossa Valley, SA

95pts Sam Kim | 5 Stars Sam Kim | Mofo Fave

Look out for the power of the 2018 vintage, loaded with dark plums, purple fruits and a great big whack of oak and tannins.

The universally-adored Lou Miranda shiraz is back with a roar for the 2018 vintage. Still unmistakably Barossa, still as ferociously opulent as the name ‘Golden Lion’ suggests. This year’s season produced juice of incredible quality, loaded to the brim with dark berries, plums and dramatic spices. Maturation in American oak gives both delightful toastiness and a fabulously creamy and coconut-rich finish. It’s big,  bold, and ballsy drinking to sink your teeth into at important family get-togethers. This beast will cellar for a decade or more, easily. That’s no reason to shy away from opening it though. We’re betting this lion won’t stay caged for long. 

YOU’D PAY $50 full price.

The Other Wines

Jim Brand Wines The Pursuit Cabernet Sauvignon 2020

Coonawarra, SA

96pts Winestate | 4.0 Vivino (all vintages) | 5 Stars Winestate

An extroverted red which refuses to back down, ‘The Pursuit’ is one of those fragrant styles with dark forest fruits seducing the nose, while traces of mint and cedar oak add a twist of regional character. A torrent of ripe plum, dark berry and blackcurrant make their presence known on the palate -  clearly dominating but steering clear of overwhelming the tastebuds. The finish is superb with great length and a dry finale. An outstanding example of how to balance power with restraint, and succeed - this magnificent cab  from the legends at Jim Brand shows all the others how it’s done.

YOU’D PAY $50 full price.

Chateau Tanunda The Chateau Primitivo Shiraz 2018

Barossa Valley, SA

Top Winery Real Review 2022 | Mofo Fave

What do you get when you blend big bold Barossa shiraz with big bold Barossa primitivo? Surprise, surprise! You get a big bold Barossa blend. And a rich red like this needs some time in barrel. How about 18 months in a combination of French and American oak? That cedary backbone lifts up the dark berry fruit, plum and spice of the wine. So if you’re into all that the Barossa can pack into a bottle, then this is your jam.

YOU’D PAY $45 full price.

Ulithorne Familia Shiraz 2018

McLaren Vale, SA

96pts Winestate | 95pts Sam Kim | 94pts Wine Pilot | 5 Stars Sam Kim | Five Red Star Halliday Rated Winery

McLaren Vale shiraz, yes, but lithe and vibrant. A more medium-bodied feel leaves room for the lively fruit flavours to sing, unshackled from big, beefy, old-school styles. Classic brambly goodness skates on a fresh sheet of acidity, with just enough grippy tannin to keep it grounded. Miraculously food-friendly, there’s all the ingredients here for an infamous dinner party red. The kind you and your mates are liable to enjoy a wee bit too much of in an evening.

The previous two vintages of this garnered a more-than-respectable 95 points from Mr. Halliday himself. We got in quick with this year’s, but expect similar accolades to be awarded soon enough.

YOU’D PAY $40 full price.

Torlesse Omihi Road Pinot Noir 2019

Waipara, NZ

93pts Wine Orbit | 4.1 Vivino (All Vintages) | Five Stars Wine Orbit | Single Vineyard

Single Vineyard Waipara pinot on a steal of a deal! Torlesse’s Omihi Road is a north-facing vineyard that enjoys a slow ripening period for its grapes, adding to the complexity of the wine. The vines are some of the oldest in the region, and the clay-heavy soils lead to wines of fuller body and flavour. This one expresses allspice, darker fruits and a bit of earthy musk, all typical of pinot from Waipara. 

Torlesse is more than just the wines in the bottle. They have recently opened the Torlesse Biodiversity Trail, a protected area dedicated to the regeneration of native plants and animals. To practice what they preach, they have also turned their grape growing and winemaking efforts into sustainable operations. Good pinot you can feel good about drinking at a great price.

YOU’D PAY $30 full price.

Haselgrove Batch 187 Shiraz Grenache Mourvedre 2019

McLaren Vale, SA

92pts Winestate| Five Red Star Halliday Rated Winery

They’re not joking when they say ‘shiraz blend’. This little number has been put together from select parcels of McLaren Vale’s finest red grapes. It was created with the European market in mind - they’re no strangers to blends there. There are loads of big, rich ripe fruits, of course, but a certain elegance pervades its mosaic-like palate. There are soft, subtle nuances in flavour you wouldn’t get from a straight varietal alone. Alongside fruit-cake berries sit coffee grounds, dried Provence herbs and a soft tickle of baking spice.  Something a little different from Haselgrove, and very welcome at that. 

YOU’D PAY $25 full price.