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Don't miss this mixed case of SA Reds $130.00

-49% off - Includes a headline Shiraz costing more than total case price!

Value Rating
Spotted On13 Oct 2016
Real Price$253
Real Discount-$123.00 (-49%)
Minimum 1 bottles + $7 Delivery = $137.00

Six red wines, all South Australian, most with 90+ points and for a total case price of just $130. Sound good? Read on….

In addition, this case features a bottle of the Grant Burge Meshach 2009 which retails for $155, with a real price of $135, so you’re getting  6 bottles for less than the price of this one wine! What an offer!

Below are the wines included and their Real Prices.

Real Price
Grant Burge Meshach Shiraz 2009 $135.00
Pepperjack Shiraz 2012 $22.99
Shingleback Red Knot Classified Shiraz 2014 $18.10
Parker Coonawarra Estate Coonawarra Series Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 $22.99
Ulithorne Chi Shiraz Grenache 2015 $39.99
Jacob’s Creek Barossa Signature Shiraz 2014 $13.95
                                                                                                                                                              Total  $253.02

South Australia’s top regions of the Barossa Valley, Coonawarra and McLaren Vale are all represented in this mixed six. Below is a quick summary of each of the wines so you know what to expect.

Grant Burge Meshach Shiraz 2009
A rich and concentrated palate with blackberry, sweet savoury spice, cedar and plum flavours. Full-bodied and powerful while elegantly balanced with fine tannin structure. Should be enjoyed on special occasions or cellared for 20+ years if you’re a collector of fine wine.
Halliday gives it 96 points. Huon Hooke hands over 89 points. Campbell Mattinson of the Wine Front awards 94 points.
It’s also picked up a few gold medals, and a string of silver and bronze in international wine shows. Tasting notes can be found here and accolades can be read about here.

Pepperjack Shiraz 2012
Winner of the 2013 Visy Great Australian Shiraz Challenge Trophy.
Collects 90 points from Mike Bennie of the Wine Front, who calls it a ‘textbook commercial Barossa Shiraz’ and states that it will ‘please a great many’.
Halliday gives it 93 points and Huon Hooke hands over 87 points.
The palate is rich with berry fruit and subtle oak balanced with fine tannins. Huon Hooke suggests cellaring it but he tasted it back in 2014, so perhaps it has softened a bit by now. If you want to slurp away, decanting it should do the trick.  Tasting notes can be found here.

Shingleback Red Knot Classified Shiraz 2014
Rich blackberry mid-palate with soft oak and chewy tannins.
Huon Hooke gives it 88 points describing it as ‘very big and super-ripe, soft and open-knit, with supple tannins and easygoing texture’. Retails for $19.00.

Parker Coonawarra Estate Coonawarra Series Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
You can read the full tasting notes here.
Campbell Mattinson hands over 87 points stating that ‘it drinks well enough’. His review gives the impression that it lack real ‘oomph’.
Vivino users give it 3.6 stars but many agree that it needs time to settle in your glass.
Best served after decanting and with a good steak. Would set you back $24 from the cellar door.

Ulithorne Chi Shiraz Grenache 2015
80% Grenache and 20% Shiraz. Produced with 98-year-old dry grown bush vine Grenache.
Previous vintages have scored 90+ points from James Halliday.
The palate is a combination of  raspberry, plum, mocha coffee, dry spices and nutty oak characters. Suggested food pairings from the winery include: ideal with robust, hearty Mediterranean meat dishes, tea smoked duck and pork belly. It’s RRP is $40, and you can read tasting notes here.

Jacob’s Creek Barossa Signature Shiraz 2014
Medium to full-bodied with plum and berry flavours, and touches of chocolate. Typical Barossa Shiraz with a savoury palate. Tasting notes can be perused here.
Collects 92 points from Huon Hooke who describes it as ‘lovely balance and drinkability already. Very good potential’.
Mike Bennie hands over 89 points who calls it ‘smart. A very good drinking $20 (or lower) wine’.
Halliday gives it 87 points.

This offer gets 4.5 stars. It is such a ‘good value for money’ deal, with a discount of $120. You get top notch South Australian Reds, and real mixture of premium collector quality down to your more solid ‘good drinkabilty’ commercial reds. And all at very good prices.

It’s a delivery only offer, and due to the price and quality, we doubt it will hang around for long.

If you’ve always wanted a $150 bottle of wine, but could never see the value in it, well this offer has everything you’ve ever wanted and more!


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