Autumn Mixed Dozen

One last fleeting beach day will be best savoured with a chilled bottle of picpoul and freshly shucked oysters, vermentino would make the perfect plus one to the last backyard bash for the season. Austrian grüner veltliner will be sure to impress your friends at your favorite charming BYO restaurant. Golden roast chicken, root vegetables and jus could be matched with a cool climate chardonnay to suit the season. Then there’s a bottle that’s not quite white, not quite red - ideal for when you’re not quite sure what you want. Optimistically we’ve included a very summery rosé (fingers crossed for a warm Easter long weekend!).  

To the reds - pinot noir and gamay; both versatile reds that work for all types of weather; serve chilled, or not. Eventually the days draw shorter, and the trees will begin to look bare; all you’ll want to do is curl up indoors and drink moreish reds, like Spanish tempranillo or a dark fruited blend from Geelong. Dust off the slow cooker - slow braised meats could be thoughtfully shared with Australian made cabernet and shiraz to nurture the soul from within.

Autumn, what’s not to love? Wooly jumpers, crunchy leaves, truffles and golden hues - pick up a dozen and embrace it!

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Wines included in the pack:

2020 Reine Juliette Picpoul de Pinet, Languedoc, France $25
2020 Chalmers Vermentino, Heathcote, VIC $27
2019 Stift-Goettweig Messwein, Grüner Veltliner, Kremstal, Austria $25
2019 Yarra Peaks Chardonnay, Yarra Valley, VIC $21
2019 Logan Clementine Pinot Gris, Orange, NSW $26
2019 Fazi Rose, Corsica, France $24
2020 Mount Trio Pinot Noir, Great Southern, WA $21
2019 Domaine Piron Beaujolais-Villages, France $25
2018 Modo Anfora Rosso, Mildura, VIC $26
2019 Mesta Tempranillo, Castilla La Mancha, Spain $18
2018 Monopole Shiraz ‘By Bress’, Heathcote, VIC $38
2017 Voyager Estate Girt By Sea Cabernet, Margaret River, WA $31

“Wine is one of the most civilized things in the world and one of the most natural things of the world that has been brought to the greatest perfection, and it offers a greater range for enjoyment and appreciation than, possibly, any other purely sensory thing.”
― Ernest Hemingway