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Life in monochrome, mofo. The blackest of Black Markets. The whitest of white wines. This high-contrast box of fun offers incredible value and unbeatable deliciousness in equal measure. If you like your wine light on the pigment, but heavy on the savings, look no further. Should you buy this case? It’s black and white, mofo. 

Each case contains TWO of the following wines:

Pinot Grigio 2019

Sicily, Italy

Italian grigio grown under the generous Sicilian sun. It’s as delicious as it sounds. Orgasmically ripe apples, pears and peaches sing out with every sip. Cool minerality keeps things bright and fresh, working in harmony with clean acidity natural to the grape. If wine transports the drinker, this is as good as a plane ticket. Benvenuti a Sicilia!

YOU’D PAY $30.00 full price.

Chardonnay 2018

Great Southern, Western Australia

90pts Patrick Eckel | Five star Halliday rated winery

For a humble, inexpensive WA chardy, this is determined not to be overlooked. The nose is incredibly lifted, especially considering chardonnay is not normally the most aromatic of grapes. There’s buckets of stonefruit, jasmine and minerality. Peaches, nectarines, lemon peel and gently toasted sourdough notes make up the palate. A zippy acidity keeps things fresh and clean without taking away from the surprising complexity on offer.

YOU’D PAY $28.00 full price.

Riesling 2018

Upper Goulburn, Central Victoria 

5 red star Halliday rated winery | 8/10 Halliday rated vintage

There is riesling - and then there is high altitude cool climate riesling. When you need to scratch your riesling itch, this is the bottle to do it - especially to get those hard-to-reach places on your palate. Savour this wine’s clean floral nose with musk and a tiny touch of lychee. The palate is certainly fresh and zippy with lemon, lime and sherbert notes. And there’s a nice mineral/chalky texture here that makes it very more-ish, especially with all the lemon tang going on. Serve it up with your favourite Vietnamese or Thai takeaway for a cheap night in.

YOU’D PAY $28.00 full price.

White Blend 2018

McLaren Vale, South Australia

This duo of Italian varieties bring fun, freshness and food-friendly philosophy to the table. Even on holiday in SA, these grapes put in a shift and give it their all, making for a wine of citrus, florals and crushed, beachy pebbles. It’s a little bit ‘Acqua di Giò’ but tastes a helluva lot better. Pair with the faintest hint of sunshine to will summer into being. Delicious!

YOU’D PAY $27.00 full price.

White Blend 2018

Barossa, South Australia

Don’t let the ‘blend’ bit put you off. This is not thrown together. It’s a carefully crafted collage of flavour. Each grape plays its part beautifully. The chardonnay adds a beautiful peachiness, complemented by fiano’s orange and orange blossoms. There’s no lack of freshness either - riesling makes sure of that. Everything is tied together with a lightly pithy texture which makes it uber food-friendly, too. If you’re after something a little different but don’t fancy looking way out in left-field, this is just the ticket.

YOU’D PAY $25.00 full price.

Sauvignon Blanc 2017

Yarra Valley, Victoria

5 star Halliday rated winery | Halliday Dark Horse Winery of the Year

Yarra savvy is a hard thing to get right, but when it is right it is so, so right. And this maker knows how to wrangle grapes. Hand-picked and whole bunch pressed, with 20% fermented in French oak and maturation on lees for four months, this is ahead of the pack already. It’s a crisp, structured style with vibrant acidity, a bit more austere than many a fruit-bomb sauv blanc, making for a much more food-friendliness. Not packed with power; instead gently tropical, a touch toasty, extremely refreshing and ultimately, ridiculously enjoyable.

YOU’D PAY $22.00 full price.

What is a Black Market Deal?

Black Market deals are only made possible if we don’t reveal the maker’s brand on site. The wines are the genuine article, absolutely no cleanskins or fake brands, just dangerously good value. You won’t find out what it is until it hits your doorstep, but you won’t regret it. Just keep it on the down low.