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It’s called the Premium World Reds six-pack for a reason. This really is top-shelf gear from some of the best wine regions in the world. There’s Italian flair, South African intrigue, New Zealand quality and more. A Contiki tour for your tongue. For adults.

Every box contains ONE of each of the following:

Red
Cabernet Sauvignon
Margaret River

Swings & Roundabouts Backyard Stories Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
Bay Leaf
Blackcurrant
Dark Chocolate
Full-bodied
Silky
Deep
Winestate
James Halliday
(93+) Campbell Mattinson

It’s true that good Margaret River cabernet is not so rare a thing. After all, the terroir is ideal for the varietal. But if you have tasted a lot of Margs cab, you’ll know that making that leap from good to exceptional is quite rare. This cab from Swings & Roundabouts has a perfect balance of rich dark fruit and herbaceous savouriness, superfine tannins and seamlessly integrated oak. So make that leap into rarified air!

You'd pay $65.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
Marlborough

TerraVin Hillside Reserve Pinot Noir 2011
Allspice
Plum
Blackberry
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Wine Orbit
Five Stars Wine Orbit
18.5 Raymond Chan

This ain’t the first time we’ve scored an aged pinot from our cross-Tasman buddies at TerraVin, nor will it be the first time we’ll get a feeding frenzy from eager mofos keen as beans to take advantage of a cellared beauty and experience all the joy that an aged pinot has to offer. With a classic Kiwi medium body and a whack of French oak (a third of which was brand spanking new) for 16 months, a careful selection of specific clones and a dash of whole bunch fermentation, it’s been built to stand the test of time. Lashings of developed wild berries stewed together amidst some seriously deep yet mild spices and a wonderful finish of dried florals, you’ll have a field day pairing this with an array of versatile dinner options (or lunch, no judgement here!).

You'd pay $60.00 full price

Red
Tempranillo
Rioja

Burgo Viejo Licenciado Reserva 2016
Black Cherry
Herbaceous
Savoury
Medium-bodied
Chewy
Bold
Pierre Mansour
Sarah Jane Evans MW
Decanter
Simon Field MW
Spanish Import

Burgo Viejo is a property jointly owned by six families of grape growers. For ages they sold off most of their harvest, but have started making wine under their own label of late. We are very excited they’ve made that decision. Despite the fact that their little pocket of Rioja is planted more to garnacha, Burgo Viejo has focused on the more high-profile tempranillo. In an effort to describe the wine, I’ve enlisted the work of Decanter’s Simon Field MW, who is much better at writing than I am. In his review, he states, ‘Intense colour, powerful aromas of tar and blue fruit; minty savoury, rich, lifted and long; an impressive reserva statement of intent.’ Yeah, that’s what I meant to say.

You'd pay $55.00 full price

Red
Sangiovese
Tuscany

Lornano Chianti Classico DOCG 2016
Blackberry
Blueberry
Spice
Medium-bodied
Lively
Refined
Luca Maroni
Gilbert & Gaillard

Chianti for the New World wine-lover. Bold and supple, with heaps of saucy black cherry action. The acid’s there; that common theme in pretty much all Italians that guarantees food-friendliness. Dusty cypress-lined gravel path tannins give just the right hint of the rustic, without taking away from the class and poise of what is a cracking vino.

You'd pay $50.00 full price

Red
Red Blend
Lisbon

Adega Mãe Dory Tinto 2018
Violets
Berries
Plum
Medium-bodied
Firm
Bold
Portuguese Import

I have written at the bottom of my tasting note for this wine, “Aussies will love this”. It’s from a winery and region new to the ‘fo - Adega Mãe, which is based north of the Portuguese capital of Lisbon. Portuguese reds are known to pack a punch and what makes the Adega Mãe wines so compelling is the influence of the cooling Atlantic, bringing freshness and minerality. But don’t worry, there is heaps of punchy fruit. This red blend is medium-bodied and full of dark berries, and a beautiful balance of savoury and sweet notes. It reminds me of Mencía but more generous and quite plush. Aussies WILL love this.

You'd pay $35.00 full price

Red
Shiraz
South Africa

Julien Schaal Walker Bay Shiraz 2019
Allspice
Redcurrant
Minerally
Medium-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Single Vineyard
Women in Wine

This is our favourite Alsatian winemaker’s go at a South African syrah. Truth be told, it’s a bloody good go. It’s rich and voluptuous, loaded with blackberries and spices under a bouquet of heady violets. The grapes are hand-harvested, and sorted in the cool of the cellar to use only the very best fruit. 15% of it gets to see a bit of new French oak, before being blended back into the rest of the wine. The result is a caress of oak rather than a punch, that lets the fruit do the talking. It’s remarkably characterful and charming, and offers fantastic value for money. Oh, and it’s pretty damn delicious.

You'd pay $35.00 full price