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Why do we love this case?

We all know the expression about dangling a carrot in front of someone. But what if this entire case of wine is ‘carrots’ so to speak? We’re talking about Kilikanoon after all, maybe the best producer in the Clare Valley. All you can really do is dangle an even bigger carrot we suppose. So that’s what we did. You’ll get 11 bottles of Golden Hillside riesling, probably enough in itself to make this case find its way to your cart. But why stop there? We’ve added the ultimate carrot, a bottle of their Mort’s Reserve riesling, which is nothing short of a showstopper. All carrots, no sticks...that’s how we roll.

You’ll get 11 bottles of Kilikanoon Golden Hillside riesling, probably enough in itself to make this case find its way to your cart. But why stop there? We’ve added the ultimate carrot, a bottle of their Mort’s Reserve riesling, which is nothing short of a showstopper. All carrots, no sticks...that’s how we roll.

What’s in the Case?

Each case contains the following:

1 bottle of Kilikanoon Mort’s Reserve Riesling 2018

Clare Valley, South Australia

Mort’s Block is a small vineyard planted over 50 years ago in the famous sub-region of Watervale. Red loam over limestone provides the perfect setting for the grapes to ripen slowly, making for an immensely complex Clare rizza. Dry and chalky yet so bright, this ageworthy example of the style bursts with lime, grapefruit, florals, talc and a subtle saline note. Truly a benchmark wine for the Clare.

YOU’D PAY $55 full price.

11 bottles of Kilikanoon Golden Hillside Riesling 2021

Clare Valley, South Australia

95pts Sam Kim | 5 Stars Sam Kim | Five Red Star Halliday Rated Winery

Another year and another glorious vintage of one or our absolute favourites. We are still wondering if this “Golden Hillside” is an actual place, or a mythical place of the gods. The riesling from the Hillside is nothing short of heavenly, and the price suggests some sort of divine intervention. Plus, however high the vineyards of Clare Valley can get, surely those planted on celestial slopes are moreso. How else would you get such an otherworldly balance of drool-worthy lime and sunshine-soaked lemons, refreshing minerality and cloudlike complexity? The bottle definitely says Clare Valley though. 

Maybe heaven is a place on earth after all?

YOU’D PAY $30 full price.