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The Lucky Dip Case is back! First 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 sixth wine is the wildcard and could be one any one of these:

An iconic Penfolds Grange 2017 worth $1000 (1 in 100 chance)
An 94pt old vine Barossa Valley shiraz worth $180 (1 in 25 chance) 
A  Châteauneuf-du-Pape worth $150 (1 in 10 chance)
An old vide Barossa valley shiraz worth $75 (at a minimum!)

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 $1000 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 

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

YOU’D PAY $1000 full price. 

Wildcard 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 this pioneering Barossa winery founded in the 1940’s by one of Barossa’s first boutique winemakers. Their 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. 

Wildcard Wine #3

Domaine Saint Préfert Châteauneuf-du-Pape Tradition 2019

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, FR

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 the ‘August Favier’ Reserve, one of the top wines in this producer’s range. 

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, I’ll simply point you in the direction of Jeb Dunnuck’s 98 point review below. It’s just one of several such reviews that speak to the excellence of this wine.

YOU’D PAY $150 full price. 

Wildcard Wine #4

Sorby Adams The Reverend Canon Shiraz 2017

Barossa Valley, SA

Top Wineries 2022 - The Real Review | Old Vine | Single Vineyard

This Barossa shiraz speaks of the powerful Barossa terroir and the master crafters who made it. It’s powerful and opulent, but maintains a certain grace that keeps everything in balance. There’s no surprises here with the flavour profile, an expression of blackberry, plum, chocolate, spices and cedar from the use of 30% new French oak. After five years in bottle, it’s drinking beautifully now, but has another decade of prime left in it for those patient types. 

YOU’D PAY $75 full price. 

The Others 

Haselgrove Cul Stor Shiraz Cabernets 2019

McLaren Vale, SA

95pts Sam Kim | 95pts Wine Showcase | Five Stars Sam Kim

It’s safe to say this wine is a ‘shoe-in’. Multiple vintages of this exact vino have rushed into our warehouse and zoomed straight back out and to your front door faster than you can say ‘shiraz blended with cab sav and a splash of cab franc’. It’s so SO popular with our thirsty mofo members. At its core, we have all the plush dark berries, plums and chocolatey goodness that you’d expect from McLaren Vale. But the blend of cabernets is what lifts this drop way above entry level, firm tannins and a liveliness on the back palate provide wonderful length and serious structure; perfect to pair with your good old fashioned Sunday roast lamb with all the trimmings.

YOU’D PAY $40 full price. 

CW Wines Lustre Collection Shiraz 2018

Barossa Valley, SA

95pts Sam Kim | Five Stars Wine Orbit | Single vineyard

Here is another vintage of big, bold Barossa goodness, the one year younger version of a wine that our mofos couldn’t get enough of!! It’s classic, powerful, rich Barossa shiraz with all the trimmings. A solid full-bodied palate, overflowing with fruit, spice and deliciousness. There is depth and complexity in the richness, with well-integrated tannin and a long finish. It’s from the lauded sub-region of Vine Vale, where the best of the best are grown, resulting in a raucously ripe and powerfully plush profile that shiraz lovers across the country are sure to enjoy. 

YOU’D PAY $40 full price. 

Reschke Vitulus Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

Coonawarra, SA

98pts Winestate | 95pts Wine Orbit | 94pts James Halliday | Five Stars Wine Orbit | Five Stars Winestate

Yes that’s right, 2019 was considered a perfect 10/10 vintage for reds out of Coonawarra. Even if there was zero discount on this wine, it’d still be a good buy. But at the price you can get this at, it’s basically a ‘must’. This is straight down the line classic Coonawarra cab, with fresh herbaceous notes, cassis, cedar and violet. A precise graphite core, silky texture and a lingering sweet tobacco finish. You’ll find depth of flavour and powerful fruit juxtaposed with elegant tannins and subtle savoury tones. A swathe of glowing reviews including 98 points from Winestate Magazine should give you every confidence to top up your cabernet quaffers with this.

YOU’D PAY $32 full price. 

Gapsted Limited Release Pinot Noir 2021

King Valley, Vic

Single Vineyard |Mofo Fav

Gapsted are nestled up in Victoria’s High Country (in Gapsted, of all places), and have to be one of Australia’s leading wineries for value. Pinot is a tricky grape to grow at the best of times, and it’s all the harder when you’re working to a budget. But these guys know what they’re doing. Ripe, red berries and cherries, sizzling spice, crunchy herbs and a dash of that something magic that makes pinot the captivating mystery it is. A light lick of French oak gives it the springboard it needs to jump to life on the palate. Cracking stuff!

YOU’D PAY $31 full price. 

Powell & Son Riverside GSM 2019

Barossa, SA

Single Vineyard | Vegan Friendly

Now THIS is good wine! And it’s from the legendary Powell & Son out of the Barossa Valley - Icons of this iconic region if you will. It’s bright and juicy, with elegant tannin and layered complexity. The palate’s exploding with blackcurrant and raspberry compote, sweet red cherries and licorice. The splash of mataro adds a delightful medicinal undertone to this one - wine tonic for all your ailments. It’s plush enough for the winter, and will take a quick chill in the fridge well over summer. This wine is for getting the party started, so good thing it’s in a dozen.

YOU’D PAY $30 full price.