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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 11 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 of these world-beaters you won. The odds of scoring change, but each one is a centrepiece wine, worthy of some truly special occasions. 

The twelfth wine is the wildcard and could be one of these four wines:

That 100pt Iconic Penfolds Grange 2015 worth $900 (1 in 100 chance)

A 96pt winning McLaren Vale 2017 shiraz worth $68 (1 in 10 chance)

A 95pt winning Limestone Coast 2018 shiraz worth $27. 

We should say up front: there are no returns on this - click here for case terms and conditions. The chance involved would make this unfair for all. But rest assured there are no fillers here. I can tell you the mofos around HQ have their fingers on their keyboards, waiting for this offer to go live. So it’s mofo a mofo, mano a mano, dog eat dog.

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:

Wildcard Wines

Wildcard Wine #1

Penfolds Grange Shiraz 2015

South Australia

100pts James Suckling | 99pts James Halliday | 98+pts Wine Advocate | 97pts Wine Enthusiast | 97pts Wine Spectator | 97pts Wine Front

“Much anticipated vintage for Grange and it is a powerhouse of concentration and complexity. Aromas of orange and lemon peel to start, then graphite, blackberries, plum paste, black cherries, boundless sweet oak spice, fresh cedar, tar, mahogany, roasted coffee and chocolate - the list goes on. Such complexity. Classic Grange, offering such deep, dark intensity. The palate has immense richness and depth with a super succulent and very long, fleshy, deeply weighted array of dense, velvet-wrapped tannins that run so long. The fruit flavors sit in the blackberry, blood-plum and blueberry zone with succulent, long and assertive structure, carrying through in an utterly seamless mode. The finish is tightly wrenched, in spectacularly powerful style, locking this wine in for a very long haul. Best from 2030.“ – James Suckling

“Bang. The first whiff cries Grange. A lifted, fragrant, harmonious blend of fruit, oak (American, of course) and finely pitched tannins. Faultless. It’s all relative, but this is starting to relax its grip. And the length is very, very special.” – James Halliday

“The nose of the 2015 Grange features the wine’s characteristic lifted aromas, joined by pronounced American oak influence and bold blackberry fruit, plus hints of red meat, raspberries, asphalt and vanilla. It’s dense and concentrated on the palate, full-bodied yet balanced and firm, with a rich, velvety texture and long, plush finish. Don’t expect great complexity at this stage—it’s much too young to show much more than the primary fruit and oak elements—but this is a Grange that should easily go three or four decades.” – Wine Advocate

“Don’t mind if I do. There are clear notes of coconut here, indeed more than I can ever remember in a young Grange. That will ring alarm bells for some but, in my opinion, it can mention coconut all that it likes; it still manages to get away with it. The combination of richness, length, tannin spread and balance places this straight in the realms of the elite. Individual descriptors: who cares. It’s deep, bold, muscular and dark, and it delivers all this in svelte, satiny, seductive fashion. This 2015 release of Grange is no disappointment. Indeed it’s as good as you’d hope and/or expect. The finish: it soars.” – Campbell Mattinson, Wine Front

Wildcard Wine #2

Shiraz 2017

McLaren Vale, SA

96pts Sam Kim | 5 red star Halliday rated winery

When I was part of the Dealer Team, chatting directly with mofos on the phone, this was without doubt one of the top 3 wines people asked for more of. It’s as intense, as complex, as high quality, as powerful as it is deeply, unendingly and immeasurably satisfying. A fanfare of Black Doris plum, blackberry, roasted nuts and spices, and super dark chocolate bursts onto the palate with the first sip. A cascade of supple tannin enhances the larger-than-life mouthfeel, with a bright flash of lively acidity to accompany. It’s sumptuous, opulent, decadent and however many other plush adjectives you care to throw at it. Plus it’ll cellar for a decade, easy. If you’ve not experienced it yet, you’re in for a wild ride!

 YOU’D PAY $68 full price.

Wildcard Wine #3

Shiraz 2018

Limestone Coast, SA

95pts Sam Kim | 5 Stars Sam Kim

Wonderfully ripe and inviting, the perfumed bouquet shows dark fruit intensity combined with violet, vanillin oak, cocoa and subtle spice notes, leading to a concentrated palate that’s opulent and persistent. The wine is powerful and richly textured with excellent fruit purity, seamlessly framed by silky tannins. Drink now, it’s good to go!

YOU’D PAY $27 full price.

The Other Wines

Shiraz 2018 - 1 bottle

Limestone Coast, SA

95pts Sam Kim | 5 Stars Sam Kim

Wonderfully ripe and inviting, the perfumed bouquet shows dark fruit intensity combined with violet, vanillin oak, cocoa and subtle spice notes, leading to a concentrated palate that’s opulent and persistent. The wine is powerful and richly textured with excellent fruit purity, seamlessly framed by silky tannins. Drink now, it’s good to go!

YOU’D PAY $27 full price.

Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 - 2 bottles

Hilltops, NSW

Five Red Star Halliday Rated Winery | Single Vineyard

Cabernet from the Hilltops tends to fall into the more medium-bodied category with savoury herbal notes. This one meets all those expectations with fruit along the spectrum of plum, black currant and cassis, backed up by graphite undertones, bay leaf, thyme, eucalypt and a fine line of dusty tannins. Easy, yet layered drinking from a producer that’s been doing it well in the Hilltops for decades.

 YOU’D PAY $25 full price.

Chardonnay 2017 - 2 bottles

Yarra Valley, VIC

Don’t you dare turn your nose up at the price tag, mofos. Or, if you do, know that many a happy wine lover will swoop in to gather the spoils. Firecracker Yarra fruit yields surprising complexity, with green apple, pithy grapefruit and a juicy slice of white peach making up the moreish fruit profile. Cool-climate-derived acidity provides freshness and a clean, crisp finish.

 YOU’D PAY $24 full price.

Sauvignon Blanc 2018 -2 bottles

Marlborough, NZ

92pts Decanter World Wine Awards 2019 | 90pts Sam Kim, Wine Orbit

We think you’ll like this one - it’s classic savvy blanc - bright, fresh and forward! This producer is not challenging your palate with this wine, they are delighting it with something reliable and familiar. You’ll find passion fruit, melon and mineral notes. It’s light, fresh, fruity and zippy - great drinking.

 YOU’D PAY $22 full price.

Ludic Pinot Grigio 2020 - 2 bottles

King Valley, VIC

Ludic means ‘showing spontaneous and undirected playfulness’. I can’t believe I haven’t been called this before now. It’s ludicrous. From Australia’s unofficial home of the Italian varieties, King Valley, comes a properly flavoursome wine - you’ll get pear, stone fruits and citrus, plus minerality and a lively texture.  Playful this wine is indeed - whether it’s Trivial Pursuit or backyard cricket - this wine will be a good match.

 YOU’D PAY $22 full price.

Gapsted Limited Release 

Sangiovese Cabernet 2018  - 2 bottles

This Alpine red is a cracking take on a Super Tuscan blend, which shows off the spice of sangiovese and the structure and depth of cabernet. Gapsted have really come to life over the past few years and the wines have been getting better and better. This one offers bright red berries and plum fruits, soft spice and complimentary tannins. All you need is a bowl of heart pasta and you’ve got yourself some great drinking!

 YOU’D PAY $31 full price.

What is a Black Market Deal?

Black Market deals are only made possible if we don’t reveal the maker’s brand on site. The wines are the genuine article, absolutely no cleanskins or fake brands, just dangerously good value. You won’t find out what it is until it hits your doorstep, but you won’t regret it. Just keep it on the down low.