The wallet has copped a hammering of late, Christmas, holidays, school going back. Here's six great value wines at a real sharp price to stock your wine rack up and keep you hydrated during the coming weeks. This six pack is offered at our dozen bottle rate. It includes 1 x 750ml bottle of the following;
Yarrawood Pinot Noir 2021 $19 - We haven't seen Pinot Noir this good at this price point since the legendary Five Walls. Cherries and berries, forest floor and spice. Ticks all the boxes.
Butterfly Kiss Cabernet Sauvignon 2020 $16 - Organic fruit. Clever winemaking yields a generous but not over the top Cabernet from the Riverland. Cassis, cedar, spice and a touch of mint. Medium bodied and delicious. A steal.
22 degrees Halo Kaleidoscope of Mayhem 2021 $20 - Certainly is a mouthful of a name, thankfully the wine itself is a little more restrained. Produced from Shiraz and Lambrusco, Montepulciano & Tinta Ciada grapes, the latter three of which are far less demanding on the planet than other varieties. It's medium bodied, bright and balanced between juicy and savoury. Great with a barbecue.
Fringe Societe Chardonnay 2020 $20 - Made from grapes grown in Southern France near the Mediterranean, this is a generous and rich but not obnoxious Chardonnay that's found favour with those who have tried it so far. It's full of stone fruit, nougat, biscuit and cashew. Great drinking at this price.
Tumblong Hills Chenin Blanc 2021 $23 - We don't see much Chenin Blanc for some reason, nor do we see much wine from Gundagai, which is a bit of a shame - as this is a ripper. Pears, apples, a little ginger - really lifted aromatics, and fine light racy palate. Super refreshing.
Bleasdale Pinot Gris 2021 $20 - Adelaide Hills Pinot Gris from the 2021 vintage. Nashi pear, hay and a little herbaceous on the nose, the palate is generous; a little bit of barrel ferment adds some extra body and weight. Spotlessly clean pear and nashi flavours.