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Celebrate in style with this mixed wine dozen…

Specially handpicked, this mixed pack features 12 multi-award winning wines to help you celebrate life’s happiest occasions. Amongst the selection is a bottle of French Champagne, Taittinger Brut Réserve, as well as new vintage and cellar-aged wines from New South Wales regions such as the Hunter Valley, Hilltops and Tumbarumba. It includes:

  • Champagne Taittinger Brut Réserve NV: The Taittinger Champagne house was born in Reims in 1734 and their signature Brut Reserve mirrors their proud and distinguished past. The Brut Reserve is a blend of wines sourced from 34 different vineyards and vintages, containing Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier (40%), as well as a high proportion of Chardonnay (40%) that is unique among non-vintage Champagnes. The delicately balanced Brut Reserve is produced every year without exception and spends a minimum of three years ageing in barrels. The entry onto the palate is lively, fresh and in total harmony. This is a delicate wine with flavours of fresh fruit and honey. 94 points Ray Jordan Alc/Vol: 12%
  • Mount Pleasant Cellar Aged Elizabeth Semillon 2009: Inspired by the first visit of a reigning monarch to Australia in 1954, today Mount Pleasant Elizabeth is the embodiment of the synergy achieved by combining the noble grape variety Semillon and the Hunter Valley. An elegant yet intense palate of pure Semillon fruit providing great line and length. This is a seamless wine of rich citrus flavours and fine acid structure hinting at the potential for this wine to cellar with great longevity. Multi-award winner: 1 trophy / 5 gold medals. 96 points James Halliday Alc/Vol: 10.5%
  • McW Alternis Petite Sirah 2016: Alternis by McW. A collection of expressive alternate varietals sourced from around the globe, flourishing in the rich Australian soil to ignite the imagination of our winemakers. Petite Sirah (also known as Durif) is a French varietal that creates deeply coloured wines of great power. It fills the glass with aromas of black cherry and blood plum before caressing the palate with fine tannins and flavours of dark chocolate and subtle spice. Alc/Vol: 14%
  • McWilliam’s Morning Light Botrytis Semillon 2010 (375ml): “Morning Light” was the name of the ship that McWilliam’s Wines founder Samuel McWilliam was aboard when he immigrated to Australia in 1857 and 20 years later began the heritage that is McWilliam’s Wines. This dessert wine is another great choice for celebrating with something sweet. Intense flavours of lemon marmalade, dried apricot and mango are found, with nuances of peach, red apple and exotic lantana fruit flavours. Excellent complexity and length derived from the use of French Oak during maturation with an excellent balance of sugar and acidity providing weight and length. Two trophies / 7 gold medals. 95 points James Halliday. Alc/Vol: 11%
  • Mount Pleasant Mothervine Pinot Noir 2015: the old Pinot Noir vines at Mount Pleasant are the original Mothervine 6 (MV6) Pinot Noir clone that has propogated many of the Pinot Noir vine plantings around Australia. The wine showcases ripe dark berry fruits, violets & 5 spice. 90 points James Halliday. Alc/Vol: 13%
  • McWilliam’s Regional Collection Clare Valley Riesling (Museum Release) 2002: 2002 was a time when McWilliam’s Wines sourced grapes all over Australia for its Regional Collection range and our winemakers realised the 2002 Clare Valley vintage was very special… and put away a parcel of our riesling for extended ageing. After 15 years of being carefully stored at the McWilliam’s winery cellars, this special Museum Release has been chosen as part of the Celebration pack. The wine shows clean lemon and lime fruit characters, complemented by a mineral acidity giving volume and persistence to the balanced and well structured palate. The wine finishes with a fresh acidity accompanied by a lingering yet elegant aftertaste. Multi-award winner: 4 trophies / 7 gold medals. Alc/Vol: 13%
  • McW 480 Tumbarumba Pinot Grigio 2018: from something old to something new, the McW 480 range is a celebration of the high altitude regions of New South Wales. Harvested from vines grown at an average of 480 metres above sea level; fresh, fragrant and vibrant, this cool climate wine is a perfect match to many cuisines. A light to medium bodied wine with spicy nashi pear and crisp gala apple flavours. The palate is aromatic, crisp and long with a lingering spiciness and clean refreshing finish. Alc/Vol: 13%
  • Mount Pleasant Philip Shiraz 2015: Philip Shiraz has been a Hunter Valley mainstay showcasing the classic regional Shiraz style for over 20 years. The 2015 vintage showcases an intense palate of fresh red and black berry fruits with a beautifully fine tannin structure. Classically medium bodied, exhibiting true Hunter regionality with its perfectly balanced acidity and impeccable length. 93 points James Halliday. Alc/Vol: 13%
  • McW 660 Reserve Hilltops Cabernet Sauvignon 2016: A true expression of the rich diversity and elegance of high altitude wines, the McW 660 range is harvested from vines grown at an average of 660 metres above sea level, to deliver medium-bodied wines with intense flavour. A classically structured, full bodied Cabernet, with silky cassis and dark chocolate fruit finishing with fine grained varietal tannins. Alc/Vol: 14.5%
  • McW 660 Reserve Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2017: Another of the high altitude wines McW 660 wines, this Chardonnay comes from the Tumbarumba wine region at the foothills of the Snowy Mountains to deliver an intense, cool climate wine. Bright citrus and white nectarine with gun flint and biscuity oak, the focused and linear palate is richly textured with flinty acidity. Creamy grilled cashew nut is matched with depth of citrus fruit flavour and drive, completed by a long seamless finish. Alc/Vol: 13%
  • McW Alternis Tempranillo 2017: Alternis by McW. A collection of expressive alternate varietals sourced from around the globe, flourishing in the rich Australian soil to ignite the imagination of our winemakers. Tempranillo is one of Spain’s most elegant and food friendly wines. This wine is a celebration of youth with vibrant aromas of voilets and red summer berries while generous dark cherry, pomegranate and blackcurrant flavours enliven the palate. Alc/Vol: 13%
  • Mount Pleasant B-Side Rosé 2016: Following on from the heritage of legendary Mount Pleasant winemaker Maurice O’Shea who experimented with many blends, the B-Side range is the result when Mount Pleasant’s winemakers are allowed to experiment, just like O’Shea. A textural blend with great length and power, red berry and orange flavours drive the wine to create a dry style of Rosé with wonderful intensity, focus and palate weight in a light-bodied wine. Alc/Vol: 12%
Weight 16 kg
Dimensions 37 x 28 x 36 cm

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