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Bottles per Case12
Peak DrinkingAll wines can be drunk now or will continue to develop with short to medium term cellaring

This specially selected Premium Red pack delivers a mixed dozen featuring 6 exceptional wines showcasing the many varied characters delivered from different red grape varieties. These wines can be drunk now or with careful cellaring will continue to develop wonderfully complex and mature flavour profiles over the next 5 to 10 years. The pack includes:

  • 2x 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%
  • 2x McW 480 Hilltops Shiraz 2015: the McW 480 range is a celebration of the high altitude wine regions of New South Wales. Harvested from vines grown at an average of 480 metres above sea level, to deliver fresh, fragrant and vibrant, cool climate wines. This Shiraz comes from a vineyard in the Hilltops wine region in the South West Slopes of NSW. The aromas deliver blood plums, red cherries, black spice, cloves and a background flavour of toasty oak and in the mouth an intense medium bodied palate of violets and blueberries with long soft tannins and a creamy oak spice finish. This wine will continue to evolve, reaching its peak drinking maturity by 2020. Alc/Vol: 14%
  • Mount Pleasant Philip Shiraz 2015: Philip Shiraz has been a Hunter Valley mainstay showcasing its 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 Canberra Syrah 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. Syrah comes from the Shiraz grape but with the influence of the Canberra region and winemaking techniques produces a more floral and aromatic wine for an elegant complexity. On the nose, McW 660 Reserve Syrah shows a perfumed nose of violets and spicy red fruits with toasty oak and in the mouth is a silky medium bodied palate of floral red fruits with spicy oak and long gentle tannins. 94 points James Halliday. Alc/Vol: 14%
  • McW 660 Reserve Hilltops Cabernet Sauvignon 2016: Another of the high altitude wines McW 660 wines from the Hilltops wine region in the South West Slopes of NSW. The aromas are a distinctly varietal nose of vibrant blackberry, bay leaf and dark chocolate fruits, coupled with sophisticated graphite oak. This translates to a classically structured, full bodied Cabernet, with silky cassis and dark chocolate fruit finishing with fine grained varietal tannins. With its higher alcohol content, this wine has wonderful potential for cellaring over the medium term. Alc/Vol: 14.5%
  • 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%
Weight 16 kg
Dimensions 37 x 28 x 36 cm

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