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Love is in the air, mofo. It’s that time of year when your S.O. insists they’re ‘totally cool’ with not doing anything, while secretly preparing to judge your next move hard. 

We’ve teamed up with magicmakers, Pana Chocolate, to offer you the chance to win one of ten $100 vouchers when you buy any Valentine’s Kit. Give your lover the gift of vino, and maybe a truckload of delicious choccies to go with it!

This is the MIXED edition. Your odds of winning are the same, whichever version you buy. In this case, you get a bottle of each of the following:

Arcadia Bohemia Chardonnay 2017

Mornington Peninsula, Victoria

The dream starts with vibrant citrus and grapefruit notes, with lashings of pear and pineapple. Immerse in this utopia one sip at a time and be revived by invigorating acidity and textural complexity. Step into a pure heavenly garden of 100% hand-picked Mornington Peninsula fruit. Grown on 25-year-old vines at up to 220 metres above sea level, Arcadia is at once subtle and complex. 

YOU’D PAY $18 full price.

Big Easy Radio ‘Never Fail False Idols’ Shiraz Mataro 2016

McLaren Vale, South Australia

The winemaker describes one of his wines as ‘proudly walking down the beach without any pants on’. But we reckon you could apply that to everything he makes. This is the kind of wine that might be served from flagons, shoes or port bottles, as here. 2016 was a cracker of a Vale vintage, and this is really sizzling now. Ripe shiraz richness meets mataro’s savoury, earthen spice for a wine that pulls no punches but doesn’t overdo it either. It’ll go for a few years in the cellar, but it’s so good now we’d recommend a simple decant for fifteen minutes, then rewarding your own patience. You earned it.

YOU’D PAY $32 full price.

BLACK MARKET Pinot Noir 2016

Yarra Valley, Victoria

94pts Halliday Wine Companion 

Some wines take a moment or two to realise what they’re about. I’ve had many a great bottle that I’ve fallen in love with, but only after an awkward first meeting - and the need for a while to ponder it for a while. Frankly, there’s none of that here. You can tell it’s great right from the get-go.  

That’s not to say it lacks depth or complexity - quite the opposite. There’s gorgeous red cherries, laced with star anise, pepper and a breath of cinnamon from the gentle oak treatment. It’s just not one of those funky ones that needs warming to. It’s nuanced and immediately delicious. It’s got potential for the cellar, but I don’t think it needs it. I’d be tempted to let less immediately charming pinots sit while this one is being enjoyed. Don’t argue with a good thing, just share it around.

YOU’D PAY $40 full price.