17.6 million bottles delivered
672k happy mofos worldwide
51% average saving off RRP
Epic wine deals
Free shipping on 3+ cases
Free returns
You’d pay $1,005 full price
I could be on your doorstep by
Don’t like me? No problem - free returns
Why do we love this case?

If only the best will do, then this pack is for you. It’s six bold reds, each representing the absolute pinnacle of what their respective producers craft. Flagship, top of the range, zenith, reserve...whatever you want to call it. So if you won’t settle for less than the finest on offer, then you’ve gotta get this into your cellar (and your glass of course).

Each pack contains ONE bottle of the following:

Red
Cabernet Sauvignon
McLaren Vale

Pertaringa Tipsy Hill Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
Allspice
Plum
Cedar
Full-bodied
Bright
Bold
James Halliday
Sam Kim
Winestate Magazine
Wine Showcase Magazine
Huon Hooke
Top 100 Best Australian Wines, Matthew Jukes

We’re guessing you can see all those gaudy scores here. High 90’s across the board. So we probably don’t need to convince you of how good this wine is. But we will say that this is the absolute top-of-the-range cab sav from Vale powerhouse Pertaringa. It’s a father-in-law impresser, landed-that-big-client celebrator, bought-your-dream-home salud-er. There’s aromas of cassis, violets, cedar and tobacco. The wine is surprisingly elegant with blueberry and mocha on the palate, backed up by the finest of tannins and an exceptionally long finish. If you’re drinking to one of life’s landmark moments (or you’re really just that big of a baller), then this is the wine to pour.

You'd pay $295.00 full price

Red
Grenache Blend
Gigondas

Domaine des Bosquets Lieu Dit Gigondas 2018
Plum
Minerally
Spice
Full-bodied
Chalky
Bold
The Wine Advocate
Jeb Dunnuck

At Domaine des Bosquets, Julien Brechet is exploring single varieties from single vineyards, something that isn’t so common in Gigondas. Le Lieu Dit, the vineyard source for this wine, is planted fully to grenache. Julien has been making this wine since 2009, always proud of the unique expression of terroir that it provides. It’s complex with black cherry and raspberry supported by more bitter and medicinal elements like blood orange and licorice. Despite the wines big and rich nature, it’s quite structured with a long and agile finish. Finesse and largesse don’t often fit together so naturally.

You'd pay $150.00 full price

Red
Cabernet Blend
South Australia

McGuigan Wines The Philosophy Cabernet Shiraz 2013
Blackberry
Peppermint
Cedar
Full-bodied
Grippy
Deep
Winestate Magazine
Huon Hooke
James Halliday
Five Stars Winestate Magazine

Is there anything more quintessentially Aussie in the wine world than a South Australian cab shiraz? And is there anything better than a VERY highly-pointed expression of this with eight years of age that’s the flagship wine from iconic producer McGuigan? Okay, okay...both are rhetorical questions of course. Ultimately, we’ve got one of the best examples out there of this classic style. Even after eight years, it’s still big and explosive, rich and dense, and full of dark, dark fruit. There’s also chocolate, a nice line of oak and some interwoven tannin that is quite apparent. So yes, you can drink this now and enjoy the power, or you can lay this down for multiple decades and let it continue to develop.

You'd pay $150.00 full price

Red
Shiraz
Barossa

Hobbs Gregor Shiraz 2018
Blueberry
Plum
Dark Chocolate
Full-bodied
Lively
Opulent
Wine Advocate
Single Vineyard

Hobbs has given this beautiful Barossa shiraz the full Rolls Royce treatment in the vineyard and in the winery. To name all the TLC it’s received would take a very long time. Here are the basics: a fantastic growing season, handpicked grapes left to dry before processing (al la Amarone della Valpolicella, to intensify flavours) and 100% new French oak for two years. The resulting wine is like a bear hug from a gentle giant - it’s warm, filling and feels fantastic. Rich, ripe fruit is wrapped up in dark chocolates and mocha, alongside robust tannins that will see this wine good to cellar for a couple of decades. It is a decadent and truely impressive wine.

You'd pay $150.00 full price

Red
Shiraz
Barossa

Sorby Adams The Thing Shiraz 2016
Allspice
Plum
Blackberry
Full-bodied
Bright
Bold
Sam Kim
Five Star Sam Kim

Sourced from two nearly 90-year-old vineyards, this is the absolute top-of-the-range shiraz from family-owned Sorby Adams in the Barossa Valley. It’s powerful and opulent, but maintains a certain grace that keeps everything in balance. There’s no surprises here with the flavour profile, an expression of blackberry, plum, chocolate, spices and cedar. After 40 months in French oak and two years in bottle, it’s drinking beautifully now but has another decade of prime left in it for those patient types.

You'd pay $150.00 full price

Red
Cabernet Blend
Margaret River

Wills Domain Paladin Hill Matrix Cabernet Blend 2018
Blackcurrant
Violets
Herbaceous
Full-bodied
Silky
Refined
Ray Jordan
James Halliday
Five Red Star Halliday Rated Winery

The buyers here at the ‘Fo taste more wines than they care to count. Some are a bit rough (we pass on those), some are only pretty good (we usually pass on those too) and some are quite good (of course we get those). But after spending so much time looking at wines, it’s honestly somewhat rare to have one of those ‘holy shit, that’s amazing!’ moments. For us, this wine hit that level. It’s a Left Bank Bordeaux-inspired cabernet blend from Wills Domain in the Margaret River that balances brightness, richness, structure and complexity so perfectly. The nose is lifted with berry and violet, and the palate brings chalky tannins, herbaceous notes, hints of chocolate and enough acidity to perfectly compliment meaty dishes.

You'd pay $110.00 full price