It's a simply stupendous lineup this week, and every single bottle has a promotional price that delivers great value well above the price you pay!
Mission Gimblett Gravels 2013 Reserve Merlot
This wine has a stunning collection of Gold medals and quality reviews. Probably one of the last available from the stunning 2013 Hawke's Bay vintage, this hails from the globally acclaimed Gimblett Gravels region. Raymond Chan writes things like "aromatically vibrant flavours of black plums and dark red berry fruits feature on the palate...stylish lusciousness...elegantly restrained...Serve with roasted lamb, beef and venison over the next 7-9 years". It's an awesome wine. Recommended retail is $25, we've pegged it a cent under $20, make it yours after the tasting this weekend.
Mt Monster Shiraz - from South Australia's LimeCoast
2016 Sydney International Wine Competition
2015 China Wine & Spirit Awards
2016 International Wine Challenge
2015 San Francisco International Wine Competition
2015 BTI World Wine Championships
Need we say anymore??? This is a massive hit with judging panels around the world. Deep purple in colour. Ripe blackberry and plum fruits on the nose with floral notes. Varietal fruit-driven palate, with cherry/berry fruit and spice flavours. Soft tannins complement the fruit with mouth-filling generous finish. Match this red beauty with Roast Beef, Lamb or Venison...or as with most Shiraz, your favourite spicy dish. Elsewhere $21.99+, Manly Liquor, just $16.99.
De Vine Gisborne 2014 Chardonnay
Hard to find elsewhere, this delightful wine is beautifully ripe and fragrant, the bouquet displaying yellow peach, mango and vanillin oak characters. The palate is succulent and delivers a creamy texture, making it a perfect match with veal and chicken dishes. Over delivering at just $16.99.
Greystone Pinot Gris
5 Stars from Raymond Chan and Pure Elite Gold at the Air New Zealand wine awards, it's light golden in colour with a nose rich in nutmeg, pear and peach with hints of cream. Exhibiting considerable weight with ripe nectarine, peach and baking spices, the palate stretches out with fine chalky tannins and fresh fruit-laden acidity. Drinking beautifully now or cellar up to five years. Match it with roast pork with a stewed pear sauce, or creamy pastas, poultry and seafood. At the cellar door you'd pay $25.99, Manly Liquor, just $23.99.