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Why do we love this case?

Robert Parker has a lot to say about this bunch of silky reds from southern France. Things like “incredible texture”, “beautiful, age-worthy wines” and “almost too good to be true”. Read on, then.

Each case contains a bottle of each of the following critic-wowing wines: 

Red
Grenache Blend
Rhône Valley

Château Pesquié Quintessence Ventoux 2015
Black Cherry
Black Olive
Herbaceous
Full-bodied
Firm
Concentrated
Wine Advocate
4 stars John Livingstone – Drink Rhone
17/20 Jancis Robinson
Silver Medal Concours des Vignerons Indépendants

What’s awesome about this wine is it’s a beautiful, fairly rich, getting into that full-bodied territory vino from one of Robert Parker’s favourite producers in the southern Rhone. The little sub-region is Ventoux, which is just a stone’s throw from the much more expensive Châteauneuf-du-Pape. So here you’re getting incredible quality of fruit, for much, much, much more affordable prices. Fantastic for lovers of Australian shiraz or Australian grenache, that want to try something a little different. I think this one is going to please a lot of palates, and a lot of people who dig French wine. Really, really cool, we’re super excited about it around the office – I’d recommend you give it a go.

You'd pay $60.00 full price

Red
Shiraz Blend
Rhône Valley

Domaine De L'Echevin Guillaume De Rouville Rhone Valley Shiraz Blend 2015
Blackberry
Blueberry
Herbaceous
Medium-bodied
Round
Concentrated
Robert Parker
French import

Alrighty mofos, we’re down in the Côtes du Rhône for this silky number. Is this the best Côtes du Rhône we’ve tasted at HQ? Maybe, it’s definitely up there. It’s the flagship release from Domaine De L’Echevin, a syrah-dominated blend with a touch a grenache. Medium to full-bodied, you’re looking at an earthy wine with herbals notes and flavours of blueberries, blackberries and pepper. Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate gave this wine 94 points, saying “it shows the fresh, elegant side to the vintage,” and is “beautifully concentrated and textured. with good acidity.” It has years left in it and this is a good opportunity to release the Francophile within and try something with a bit of European grace. Parker himself said that “these releases from winemaker Adrien Fabre are beautiful, age-worthy wines well worth the effort to track down.” Now that’s a call-to-arms.

You'd pay $50.00 full price

Red
Shiraz Blend
France

Bastide Miraflors Vielles Vignes Languedoc-Roussillon Shiraz Blend 2015
Black Cherry
Blackberry
Raspberry
Full-bodied
Smooth
Bold
Robert Parker
French Import

When Robert Parker calls a wine “almost too good to be true”, you’d do well to sit up and take notice. A 70/30 blend of syrah and grenache, it’s silky and bursting with blackberry, black raspberries and chocolate. Hailing from the Languedoc region in France, Parker gave it 94 points and called it “sensational value that needs to be tasted to be believed.”

You'd pay $40.00 full price

Red
Shiraz Blend
Rhône Valley

Domaine De L'Echevin Cotes du Rhone Villages Saint-Maurice Rhone Valley Shiraz Blend 2015
Blackberry
Cedar
Pepper
Medium-bodied
Smooth
Refined
Robert Parker, Wine Advocate
French import

This full-bodied vino hails from the village of Saint Maurice in the Côtes du Rhône AOP. A 65-35 shiraz-grenache blend, it’s fresh, fruity and rich with notes of blackberry, cedar and pepper. Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate is all over it, awarding 90 points and calling it “beautifully concentrated and textured with good acidity,” suggesting you “drink it on release and anytime over the following decade.” 2015 was a belter of a vintage in Southern Rhône, producing reds that are rich, ripe and packing powerful fruit, and Robert Parker himself said “these releases from winemaker Adrien Fabre are beautiful, age-worthy wines well worth the effort to track down.” This particular one was also just rated as one of Wine Spectator’s Top 15 Best Value Rhône Reds, so you know, give it to me now.

You'd pay $40.00 full price

Red
Grenache Blend
France

Cháteau Saint Roch Chiméres Cotes du Roussillon 2015
Cherry
Licorice
Raspberry
Full-bodied
Bright
Bold
Robert Parker
French import

This ‘15 Frenchy hails from the South but will feel right at home in your mouth. It’s a full-bodied vino, a heavyweight champ that clocked up 93 points from Robert Parker to match its dark, jammy fruits. Spice, herbs, cherries mix in the glass, creating a “deep and layered” wine with “incredible texture”. Parker reckons he’d gladly pay three to four times the going rate, but we’ve managed to halve that rate for you mofos so go forth and prosper properly – with an armful of wine.

You'd pay $40.00 full price

Red
GSM
Rhône Valley

Cuvée du Vatican Côtes du Rhône Villages 2016
Black Cherry
Blackcurrant
Pepper
Medium-bodied
Silky
Concentrated

A belter of a vintage means a belter of a wine, and they don’t come much better than Southern Rhône in 2016. Though sometimes regarded as a little brother of the Châteauneuf du Pape, the Côtes du Rhône Villages wine is less a shadow than it is a mirror – reflecting a bright, burning, vino goodness. Dark fruited with peppery goodness, this is a medium-bodied vino with beautiful fruit and a fantastic finish. Silky smooth with sumptuous French style, a glass of this grenache blend will do wonders for your next feast. Lamb, beef, stew – it’s up to you. And it’s all good, mofos, it’s all good.

You'd pay $30.00 full price