Mel's top 6 Australian wines of 2018 in one exceptional case all for your drinking pleasure.
This case is available as a corporate gift. To discuss your gift needs call us on 020 3633 3986
Select two 6 x packs and you will receive 2 x bottles of each wine beautifully packaged.
Pink bubbles you say - YES! A slightly sweeter edge, however remaining crunchy and exciting throughout this vibrant palate - this is a must drink.
Made in such small quantities from one of Margaret River's true icon estates. Meticulous attention and personality is conveyed in each bottle of Kevin John Chardonnay. Complex precision is the only way to sum up this wine.
Theres not much that beats when of the finest Pinot's of the Yarra - produced by a formidable team - hand harvested, and unfiltered - these guys know commitment to their wines if ever we saw, using a gravity flow system within their winemaking. The structure and detail displayed in this bottle (and every other produced) is second to none, and you should get involved. Fuelled by dark fruits, bright natural acidity and banging personality.
Jeff is a kiwi (Not the only reason we lov'em) This Clare Valley gloriousness has been inspired by the prestigious vineyards of Europe with layers of complexity, it is nearly dry, with residual sugar giving just the edge of complexity it needs. Linear, pure and bright - it's a show stopper.
Fresh from the Adelaide Hills - another Chardonnay that shows the Aussie spirit. This is a classic, restrained and elegant with wonderful natural acidity to support the concentrated fruit. M3 is the name of the original vineyard which was planted in 1995, however now this fruit is carefully selected from their best vineyard sites in the cool climate of the Adelaide Hills.
Smash-able killer wines - produced by Southern Italian varietals - YES PLEASE! These are some of the most approachable and edgy wines and as for labels - we get over excited every time!
NB: Due to this mixed case being exceptionally popular, it is subject to stock availability. However worry not, the superb alternative will always be a similar varietal of the same value or more!