$149 Cracka Premium Mixed Dozen

RRP: $23.17 23.17 | Cracka Rating: 4/51

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  • This cheeky collection of reds and whites is bound to please even the fussiest palate. There's also something here for every occasion and food option. The whites will match with poultry and seafood, and the reds will go with anything from duck to Scotch fillet. It's the complete package whatever your mood, and it won't have you taking the hammer to your piggy bank.

    Please note: Occasionally we may substitute some wines with a wine of equal value.
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Wines in this Mixed Case

2009 Terramore Cabernet Sauvignon
RRP: $25.00
Cracka Review

Terramore wines is a fairly new wine label brought to life by Phil and Mandy Gartner, third generation wine growers with an intimate knowledge of Coonawarra. They have put that knowledge to excellent use and made the leap into winemaking with aplo...

2010 Bremerton Selkirk Shiraz
RRP: $24.00
Cracka Review

Selkirk pays homage to the Willson family’s grandfather who came from Selkirk in Scotland. This fine Shiraz has been crafted by granddaughter Rebecca, who is responsible for winemaking duties at Bremerton. It’s Langhorne Creek at its finest, brood...

2011 Fush n Chups Central Otago Pinot Noir
RRP: $22.00
Cracka Review

From our friends that brought us the Fush n Chups Sauvignon Blanc comes the new Central Otago Pinot Noir - a lovely bright and juicy little number that is glowing with very pretty fruit and backed with fine silky Pinot tannins. So much Pinoty joy ...

2011 Harewood Estate Great Southern Classic Dry White
RRP: $22.00
Cracka Review

Produced from the cool Frankland River sub-region this is a crisp, vital and snappy sort of white driven by acidity and lemon/limey fresh fruit flavours. Just cries out for some sort of BBQ prawns with chilli sauce.

2011 Maven Premier Pinot Gris
RRP: $26.00
Cracka Review

We're not going to mention Jeff Kennett, or Nick Greiner, or John Fahey or Joh Bjelke-Petersen. Nor are we going to talk about the old Holden Premier. No siree! It's all about the wine really, with no other token premiers in sight! Speaking of, t...

2011 Schild Estate Unwooded Chardonnay
RRP: $18.00
Cracka Review

Sourced from low yielding vines located in the hills on the eastern edge of the Barossa Valley, the 2011 Schild Estate Barossa Chardonnay demonstrates what can be achieved with this variety by using fruit harvested from carefully selected parcels ...

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