Winter Mixed Dozen

The time for our favourite all red mixed dozen is upon us. To combat the doom and gloom of the coldest months - we’ve put together a dozen reds showcasing styles pretty, fine tuned, and elegant, all the way to rich, dark and robust. Purposefully selected to drink at your leisure - In front of the fire or round the dinner table with friends ~ punchy, aromatic pinot if you're feeling something lighter to start. With the dark winter nights approaching, settle up for some earthy-dark fruited primitivo from Puglia, or take the opposite route - cosy up on the couch accompanied by Austrian twins Blaufrankisch and Zweigelt. Feeling hungry now? A glass of plush yet structured grenache may suit or even a medium weighted Barossa shiraz. On the flip side Clare Valley shiraz and Heathcote syrah bring a vibrant, spicy fruited light to the evening. A warm rounded blend of shiraz, cabernet and merlot from WA might be just the ticket to lead down a path of Bordeaux styled wines. A cabernet blend from Beechworth partnered with a sumptuously concentrated Cahors Malbec. Let's cap things off with a straight South Australian cabernet sauvignon.

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Wines included in the pack:

2020 Airlie Bank Pinot Noir, Yarra Valley, VIC $22

2017 A Mano Primitivo, Bari, Puglia, Italy $25

2018 Pittnauer Pitti Zweigelt/Blaufränkisch/Merlot, Burgenland, Austria $27

2019 Clos Clare ‘The Hayes Boys’ Grenache, Clare Valley, SA $28

2018 Spinifex Miette Shiraz, Barossa Valley, SA $24

2019 Wines By KT 5452 Shiraz, Clare Valley, SA $29

2017 Place of Changing Winds Heathcote Syrah No. 2, VIC $29

2020 Head Red Montepulciano, Barossa Valley, SA $27

2020 Blind Corner Rouge, Quindalup, WA $22

2017 A. Rodda Cuvée de Chez Cabernet Blend, Beechworth, VIC $37

2018 Cosse Maisonneuve Cahors Solis, Cahors, France $39

2018 Heartland Cabernet Sauvignon, Langhorne Creek, SA $23

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