Winter Reds - Full Case Special


With Easter behind us and with winter in front, time to stock up with Clandestine reds; whether it’s Grenache, Malbec or Shiraz – we’ve got you covered.

From the prestigious glory of Margaret River to the glorious flavours of McLaren Vale, this “build your own” mixed case is an opportunity not to be missed.

Also, the full case includes free shipping.

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93 Points Ken Gargett Wine Pilot


Ken Gargett - Wine Pilot

I have been looking at a lot of good Aussie Grenache of late and this one fits right in. Can you do better? Sure, but only if you throw out a truckload more money. Not sure anythingbeats it for value at just thirty bucks. From the Blewitt Springs region of McLaren Vale, the vineyard was planted in 1923. Fruit was picked from bush vines, basket pressed with 10% whole bunches into large old French oak with 10% of pressings added back. 3,600 bottles produced. A deep crimson colour, this offers notes of smoked meats, cherries, florals and warm earth. Soft but intense with good acidity, it is a wine that lingers and has a good future. An impressiveGrenache and cracking value.

Stuart Robinson - The Vinosomniac

Blewitt Springs, McLaren Vale; 95yo vines (at the time of this vintage) Blewitt fruit tends to convey a prettiness, no exception here. It’s certainly fragrant, bringing a red fruited presentation. The fruit carries through to the palate, veering towards a blue fruit note, adelicate pop of intensity that gently subsides across a length of finesse. The tannin is fine, of gentle extraction. The depth of flavour is quite something, yet without being too overt. A testament to the quality of the old vines.

94 Points


Ray Jordan - The West Australian

This is another using the wonderful fruit of McLaren Vale’s Blewitt Springs. The vineyard itself was planted back in 1923 so it also brings some old vine fruity to the table. Perfumed and seductive grenache with a brightness and lively expression that captures the essence of this variety. Old large French oak has allows the rose petal notes of the fruit to emerge.It’s medium bodied with chalky tannins shaping the long palate.

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