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Why do we love this case?

If there’s anything that the last couple of years have taught us, it’s that the simple things in life are to be enjoyed more. Time with friends and family became more cherished, food and wine became central to daily doses of joy, and the art of the picnic was re-invigorated. There’s no reason to give that up now ‘mofo, when you could take a couple of these bottles (or all 6, we’re not judging) down to your local park or beach and having a ripping good time. We’ll even assist you with the setup. Go forth, end enjoy your vino anywhere! 

Complimentary Picnic Perks: 

x1 Picnic Blanket 

x1 Cooler Bag

Plus, six of our favourite wines:

Red
Shiraz
Barossa

Reis Creek Limited Release Shiraz 2018
Plum
Blackberry
Mocha
Full-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Sam Kim
5 Stars Sam Kim

Big Barossa shiraz with Reis Creek to thank. After two years of oak aging and another year in the bottle, this prototypical Barossa shiraz has softened just enough to be ready to go. It’s all plum, chocolate and pepper in the glass, exactly what lovers of the style are chasing.

You'd pay $68.00 full price

Sparkling
Sparkling White
Burgundy

Victorine de Chastenay Crémant de Bourgogne Extra Brut Millésimé 2014
Citrus
Toast
Minerally
Light-bodied
Bright
Delicate

If you’re looking for the texture, toastiness and bright citrus notes of Champagne without the big hit to your wallet, then look no further than Crémant de Bourgogne. It’s made in the traditional method and leans heavily on the same varieties used in Champagne. This one from Victorine de Chastenay is a vintage Extra Brut (meaning quite dry) made mostly from pinot noir with smaller percentages of aligoté, chardonnay and gamay. It’s lemony, quite creamy and a bit chalky with notes of nectarine, orange blossom, apricot and honey. There’s complexity in droves and the dryness of the wine makes it a perfect aperitif or pairing with oysters.

You'd pay $50.00 full price

Red
Cabernet Sauvignon
Wrattonbully

Carillion Stonefields Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
Plum
Cedar
Blackberry
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Sam Kim
5 Stars Sam Kim
5 Star Halliday Rated Producer
Single Vineyard

Wrattonbully brings the goods when it comes to cabernet. It’s that red clay and loam soil that’s the key. We’ve got our hands on a single vineyard example that’s been given heaps of love by Carillion. Despite its medium body, it’s quite ripe with flavours of cassis and blackberry. Low cropping levels and small berries have led to great concentration and some time in French oak has given the wine a nice spicy backbone and fine tannins.

You'd pay $50.00 full price

White
Chardonnay
Mornington Peninsula

Fenian Estate Chardonnay 2019
Melon
Citrus
Allspice
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Wine Pilot
Single Vineyard

Fenian Estate is the boutique passion project of Mornington winemaker Ed Donnelly. He sources his fruit from a small vineyard in Red Hill, utilising whole bunch press and fermentation for the chardonnay. Natural yeast and a selection of new and seasoned oak add nicely to the complexity. The flavour profile leans towards apples and toast, with a touch of butter to boot.

You'd pay $38.00 full price

White
Pinot Gris
King Valley

D'Sas Pinot Gris 2021
Allspice
Apple
Pear
Medium-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Single Vineyard
Mofo Fave Producer

The King Valley is glorious gris-growing country, and they certainly know what they’re doing with the grape. Nevertheless, the amount of flavour and complexity you get for your money is surprising. Luscious, plentiful orchard flavours abound here. Apples and pears, exotic spices, clove and almond meal make for a marvellous marriage with Asian cuisine or creamy cheeses.

You'd pay $35.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
Central Otago

McArthur Ridge Brassknocker Pinot Noir 2018
Strawberry
Rhubarb
Earthy
Light-bodied
Textured
Elegant

MacArthur 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. Brassknocker is McArthur Ridge’s fruit-driven drink now-ish pinot noir. There’s still a bit of oak on it, but the plum, strawberry, and rhubarb brightness rule the day. You’ll even find a touch of mocha in there and the typical Otago herbaceousness and spice. A long finish with a fine acid line complete what is a total knockout for Otago pinot at this price.

You'd pay $30.00 full price