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We’re back with another round of our groundbreaking, power-outing, server-shattering Lucky Dip Cases. But, this time, there’s a twist...

Double or nothing, mofos! Ok, not quite nothing - we could never leave you empty handed. You still get at least 11 brilliant bottles of unbeatable mofo value for $149. The twelfth bottle is either a wicked shiraz from a super-famous winery OR an unbelievable 98pt, $900 dream wine from Australia’s GREATEST winery. In the past, 1 in 100 won big. Time to “Double or (not really) Nothing!”, mofo. Now, 1 in 50 score a bottle of Penfolds Grange!

Check out the full T&Cs here. More importantly, check out the two headline acts (aka Wildcard Wines): 

Wildcard Wine #1

Penfolds Grange 2014

South Australia

98pts Joe Czerwinski Wine Advocate | 98pts Tony Love | 98pts Huon Hooke | 20++/20 Matthew Jukes | 18.5/20 Jancis Robinson | 97pts James Halliday |  97pts Anthony Rose, Decanter | 97pts Andrew Caillard MW | 97pts Tyson Stelzer | 96pts Campbell Mattinson | 5 red star winery

THE quintessential, genre-defining, high-watermark of Australian red wine production. A wine that draws as many superlative and exclamations marks from critics as it does massive scores and gold medals. A wine that causes even the most high-profile elite of the wine world to blush like bashful schoolchildren in its presence.  This is Penfolds Grange. 

A blend of the absolute cream of the crop fruit from six different regions across South Australia, it’s as complex, architectural and iconic as Sydney Opera House. It sees 20 months of maturation in 100% new American oak hogsheads which impart lashings of tannin grunt and structure. The 2014 vintage leans toward the more elegant side of the spectrum; the wine is aristocratic in its poise and has cellar potential bordering on the ludicrous. Gift it to your newborn now, to be opened on their 25th birthday. 

It’s a once in a lifetime wine that only a very lucky few get to try. Even fewer get to win a bottle. 

You’ve got to ask yourself one question: ‘Do I feel lucky?’ 

Well do ya, mofo?

YOU’D PAY $900 full price.

Wildcard Wine #2

Shiraz 2015 – Black Market Deal

McLaren Vale, SA

This feels like one of Australia’s most celebrated wineries (to the tune of over 10,000 medals to its their name!) letting their hair down and having a bit of fun. They’ve made plenty of table-talker wines, fit for pondering and extended evaluation in hushed silence over the years. This is wine to be enjoyed over loud family gatherings or spur-of-the-moment get-togethers with mates. The rich, densely packed fruit profile fills the glass with incredible depth of flavour. It’s tempered by firm but balanced tannin and a good lick of acidity to drive home the finish. Fun, juicy and oh-so-wholesome, this’ll save you 12 decisions of the ‘what will the boys want to drink?’ variety.

YOU’D PAY $30 full price.


Sauvignon Blanc 2018 – Black Market Deal

Adelaide Hills, SA

91pts Sam Kim | 5 red star Halliday rated winery

A very warm welcome to the latest vintage of savvy from a ‘fo favourite producer. It’s a masterclass in balance and subtlety from a grape that famously wears it all on its sleeve. There’s a bright and crisp citrus and grassiness, laid alongside just enough tropical fruit to feel like a holiday. A glass of this is the perfect tonic to a hard-fought, never-ending day at work. Then, when the weekend rolls around, pour this out with some goats cheese as a little lunchtime aperitif. At this price, it’s incredible value for money, too. One to stock up on, again and again and again.

YOU’D PAY $30 full price.

Shiraz 2016 – Black Market Deal

Barossa, SA

5 red star Halliday rated winery

In any other store we’d likely be a bit suspicious of $11 Barossa shiraz. But Vinomofo is a different kind of establishment. And this wine’s been approved by thousands of mofos, vintage after vintage. In actual fact, it offers pretty much everything you could want from a Barossa shiraz, even with its diminutive price tag. Think a sumptuous blend of berries and plums, liberally spiced and beautifully knit together by time. There’s a solid oak backbone, but it’s in service to the overall experience, rather than trying to bludgeon the fruit into submission. A steady hand of tannin keeps this heady mix of deliciousness stable and gives enough grip to drive the finish home. It’s very easy drinking, and very, very easy to fall in love with. 

YOU’D PAY $29 full price.

Willunga 100 Olive Branch 

Shiraz Grenache 2017

 McLaren Vale, SA

Ok, mofos, I’m not going mad. First thing I smelt here was olives. “Yeah right,” I thought to myself, “I’ve definitely just dreamt that up having seen the name on the label.” But then more and more of our fabulous Wine Dealers concurred. There are olives there. We can confirm, mofos. You’re not imagining it. Not literal olives, naturally. We’re talking tasting notes here. Alongside that savoury deliciousness sit some rather beautiful berries. Give it a swirl and their perfume is delightfully evident. A handful of strawberries, couple of bluebs, a dribble of plums, and a faint dusting of clove on the finish. It’s the kind of wine that brings people together round the dinner table. It’s not the most complex beast ever made - but honest, dependable and delicious? Absolutely!

YOU’D PAY $25 full price.

Cuvée du Vatican  Rosé 2017

Côtes du Rhône, FR

2017 was a great Rhône rosé vintage, and this is the first time it’s been released under the prestigious Cuvée du Vatican label. Such a classic vintage that we’ve been told (a few times now) that 2017 is even favoured over 2015. Now we’re talking. But the maker really had us when they said, “this cozy wine will be among the good tables where it is good to live and feast”. We’re not one to not live, or feast. So let the feast begin.

YOU’D PAY $25 full price.

Little Helper Prosecco NV

King Valley, VIC

93pts Sam Kim |5 Star Halliday rated producer

Need a little help getting the party started? Let us reintroduce this little helper... Fizzing with good, clean fun it comes from Australia’s hottest prosecco region and is made by a winery team who just so happen to be one of Halliday’s top ten ‘Dark Horses’ of 2016. Party started? It’s already begun! We’re talking about a super fresh sparkling that’s bursting with pears, citrus fruits, apples and a lively line of acidity. This prosecco is pure joy in a glass, and on a hot day, the closest thing to heaven you’ll find in the fridge. 

YOU’D PAY $25 full price.

Pinot Noir 2018 – Black Market Deal 

Yarra Valley, VIC

This pinot inspires a love/hate relationship in me. I love the bright juicy fruit with the gentle earthiness and soft, easy tannin. I hate that a dozen sounds like enough, and then by week three you’re down to your last bottle. Be warned, mofo. You will definitely notice your friends swinging by more often once they’ve quaffed a glass or two of this with you. It’s just deliciously easy drinking, and made by a living Yarra legend. Bright cherries and strawberries, with just a sparkle of tannin for shape. It’s not Grand Cru Burgundy, it’s way more yummy. 

YOU’D PAY $24 full price.

Penley Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Coonawarra, SA

5 red star Halliday rated winery

This is pretty much regarded as the benchmark Coonawarra cabernet nowadays. The gold standard, to which all others from entry level upwards are compared. It’s a testament to Kate Goodman’s winemaking prowess that the Penley renaissance shows no signs of slowing. And, for just shy of $10, the value is absolutely ludicrous. We advise you to tell your guests how much you paid either before they’ve tried it, or long after the meal is over. A mis-timed midway reveal could see a mouthful of hard-to-remove vino forcibly catapulted into your curtains. Or worse still, Uncle Bill may forget to chew his roast lamb, and promptly required a bit of deft Heimlich-ing to revive him. It’s that good. Anyway, in terms of flavour, think cabernet sauvignon, think Coonawarra - it tastes like you’d expect, but better than you’d ever expect.

YOU’D PAY $24 full price.

Riesling 2017 – Black Market Deal


96pts Major Wine Show | Gold Medal Major Wine Show | 91pts Campbell Mattinson | Trophy Best Riesling in Show - Major Wine Show

It’s distinctly easy to like. The laser-like acidity is offset by a gentle softness, giving it drive with a touch more palate-weight than a straight-down-the-line Clare Valley counterpart. It’s tangy citrus on the tongue, with a waft of jasmine over the top and a cool, minerally core. There’s also the faintest hint of the inflatable pool toy vibe that’ll no doubt blossom in a few years’ time. Clean, crisp and pure, it’ll scythe through creamy cheese or set your grilled prawns scuttling with their tails between their legs.

YOU’D PAY $22 full price.

Vinalba Malbec 2018 

Mendoza, AR

Viñalba are one of Mendoza’s very best makers, and we think everything they make is excellent. It’s jam-packed with blueberries, blackcurrants and plums, with a good dollop of vanilla-driven French oak over the top. It’s been made to preserve the purity of flavour and keep all of that delightful malbeccy punch. Better choose a nice, thick, steak then, cause it’s going to take a beating. 

YOU’D PAY $22 full price.

Chardonnay 2017 – Black Market Deal 

Yarra Valley, VIC

This is delicious Yarra Chardy, with yummy balance between fruity flavour and all those delightful creamy-buttery-nutty notions going on. Smashable is an understatement. Put it this way - one case will not be enough. 

YOU’D PAY $22 full price.

3 Oceans The Rivers Shiraz 2014 

Frankland River, WA

The depth of flavour is staggering. That’s not to say it’s overly rich or heavy, just incredibly complex and interesting. Lots of plummy notes sit alongside smoked meat, spices, and ferrous note that can only come from terroir. It’s hard enough to find a good wine at this price (though we do manage), but it’s even harder to find one with true character for the money. Here it is.

YOU’D PAY $18 full price.

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.