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These reds go from juicy-fresh to seriously savoury. A mix of mild and warm climates, this is the pack for lovers of out-and-out flavour, but plushness, freshness and balance too. You even get TWO of each of the following bottles in this impressive mix of wines that are anything but simple.

Shiraz 2015

Padthaway, SA

96pts Limestone Coast Wine Show 2019 | Gold Medal Limestone Coast Wine Show 2019

This shiraz is an absolute POWERHOUSE! A powerhouse of bold shiraz flavour and a wine that our mofos just can’t get enough of, from a producer who has become a solid favourite in the last year or so. The wine is deep and rich on the nose, with plum and a touch of eucalypt. We suggest decanting to get most of these complex aromas. On the palate, it’s full-bodied with drive and all the berries and plums you could want. The wine has seen a bit of new oak, both French and American and shows vanilla and spice. Now five-years-old, the fruit and oak are well integrated and the tannins are fine and abundant.

 YOU’D PAY $25 full price.

Red
Shiraz
Limestone Coast

CW Wines Winemaker Series Reserve Shiraz 2018
Plum
Spice
Blackberry
Full-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Sam Kim
5 Stars Sam Kim

CW Wines really knows how to give you bang for the buck. We know that we love this shiraz, but no need to just take our word for it. With a whopping 95 point score, be assured you’ll be extremely happy with the quality. 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 $27.00 full price

Red
Shiraz
Cape Agulhas

First Sighting Shiraz 2018
Allspice
Redcurrant
Blackcurrant
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
SAWI
Platinum Medal SAWI
Single Vineyard
South African Import

Cape Agulhas. Ever heard of it? Pop it into google maps and take a look at exactly where this drop hales from. You can’t get much more south of Africa than that. It’s where the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet and you could certainly classify it as a maritime climate, cool enough to produce the elegant, lifted, lighter and peppery styles of shiraz. The Vinomofo buying team has been working hard to answer the calls of our members to get some more South African wine over here and we’re wrapped the day has finally arrived. The First Sighting shiraz is a safe place to start your South African wine journey and there’s plenty more where that came from when you’re ready to venture out and discover all they have to offer.

You'd pay $25.00 full price

Red
Cabernet Blend
Margaret River

Flying Fish Cove Cabernet Merlot 2014
Redcurrant
Chocolate
Cedar
Full-bodied
Smooth
Elegant
Royal Hobart Wine Show 2017
Margaret River Wine Show 2017
James Halliday
Special Value James Halliday
Five Red Star Halliday Rated Winery

Time is kind to cabernet blends, especially those from Margaret River. In the case of this example from Flying Fish Cove, a handful of years is just what is needed to soften out the often robust, prominent tannins and frame the nuanced flavour profile; and what a profile it is. Jam packed with powerful redcurrant and blueberry forest fruits that play a co-starring role with powerful cedar, milk chocolate and bay leaf notes; all classic, common and noticeable traits of any Margaret River cabernet blend. Flying Fish Cove is constantly pumping out quality drops and with 2 gold medals hanging around its neck, this one is just another string to its bow. Tip your hat to the french and pair this with a Provencal beef daube stew that’s just as good (if not better) the next day.

You'd pay $22.00 full price

Red
Other Red
Veneto

Saveroni Corvina 2018
Allspice
Blackberry
Redcurrant
Medium-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Italian Import

For those that geek out on Italian varieties, you’ll probably recognise corvina as the grape used to make the legendary Amarone della Valpolicella. Amarone is a massive, dense, long-lived red that goes through a special process of drying the grapes to maximise concentration. What you might not know is that when corvina is made into wine using more conventional methods, the results are quite different. The wine is bright with big, crunchy red fruits, heaps of spice and very soft tannins. It’s delicious, slurpable easy going. Who knew?

You'd pay $22.00 full price

Red
Grenache
Langhorne Creek

Take It To The Grave Grenache 2019
Earthy
Spice
Chocolate
Full-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
San Diego Wine Show
Sam Kim

Langhorne Creek doesn’t get as much attention as its big brother to the north, McLaren Vale, but they can certainly churn out some great reds. The region sits between two bodies of water, providing a maritime climate that leads to slower ripening and great structure on the wines. This grenache, produced under the Take it To the Grave label, is a great example of that. There’s spice, earthiness, blackberry and plum all held together with a taut acidity, making for a wine that is full in flavour but not heavy in the slightest. And you can take that to the bank.

You'd pay $20.00 full price