The Great Australian Mix Pack
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First there was the Big Banana. Then came the Big Pineapple. Now, we have the latest Aussie big thing - this price-smashing Great Australian Mix Pack!
Featuring 12 seriously Aussie wines, this dozen just bleeds red, white and blue (with a southern cross tattoo on each shoulder).
Some of the greatness in this pack includes a snappy Ferngrove Sauvignon Blanc from down Frankland River way in WA, plus a classic single vineyard Hunter Valley Semillon from James Estate, not to mention a juicy Victorian Chardonnay from James Halliday's 2016 Winery of the Year, Tahbilk. That's just the start of things really, as this Aussie wine show bag also includes single vineyard Margaret River Cabernet from Miles from Nowhere and juicy reds from De Bortoli and Boys Block.
Grab the esky and chuck on your thongs - there is wine drinking to do!100
- For specific tasting notes, please refer to the individual product pages below.
Wines in this Mixed Case
Ripe cherries, blackberries and spice combine with vanilla aromas to make this bold Shiraz. Well-balanced with earthy tones and lingering fruit on the tongue, this is a great wine.
Seriously, how do De Bortoli do it? For decades now De Borts have been smashing it in the value stakes, crafting a suite of wines that are twice as good as the price suggests. This Scarlett's Brook Cabernet Merlot is another great example of wh...
Lip smacking Savvy from WA that will have you back online screaming for more. Talk about over delivering, this is the kind of wine retailers like us love delivering to our customers. Flavours ranging from citrus, kiwi fruit and the traditional...
This reserve Semillon is a reminder that the Hunter Valley makes some of the worlds most unique whites. This has vital aromas of citrus and pear with hints of spice. The palate delivers flinty citrus with a crisp structure and an amazing acid line...
Cowaramup - what a great name for a town. The locals of Cowaramup love playing up on this too, with plastic cows all over the place. Not only is it a cool little village, this is also a great place to grow grapes, with this Cabernet coming from Fr...
In 1860, John Pinney Bear - one of Tahbilk's founders - placed a newspaper advert in the Geelong Advertiser asking for One Million strong vine cuttings. 155 years later and Tahbilk is now one of the most prestigious wine houses in Australia. This ...