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Why do we love this case?

Aussies have been making wine for long enough to know what they like now. But there’s only so much fun you can have drinking the same old wines before you start to look for something a bit different. This box is for you, adventurer! Featuring a roundup of some of the best of the Aussie experimental scene, each bottle is a delightful dive into a world of discovery. We warn you, though. It may change how you think about vino Down Under forever!

Every case contains one of each of the following:

Red
Pinot Noir
Gippsland

Moondarra Studebaker Pinot Noir 2018
Plum
Earthy
Spice
Medium-bodied
Firm
Concentrated

This is a smidge left of centre, to be found in that sweet spot where well-established convention and delight in zany exploration meet. Pinot noir it mos definitely is, but the colour in the glass reveals its spirit. Cloudy like a berry smoothie, this is fun and juicy as one, too. Pushing the boundaries of unfined/unfiltered wine gives crunchy texture and mouthfilling smashability. The Court of Master Sommeliers may not turn their backs on Burgundy any time soon, but this’ll be a much better friend to you with a picnic in the park. Think raspberry liqueur, cherry jam, and a savoury prosciutto notes, begging to be slurped out of a tin mug on a sunny day.

Sparkling
Sparkling Rosé
Tasmania

Dr Edge 'Dr Ongo' Pet Nat 2019
Citrus
Rhubarb
Strawberry
Light-bodied
Bright
Bold
5 star Halliday rated winery

There aren’t many true cool climates in Australia, which means Tassie fruit is at a premium. The temptation for growers to sell off their grapes rather than make something a little edgy and fun can prove great. Luckily, every now and then we find wines like this one. This is pinot noir pet nat (pétillant naturel) fermented with just a dash of added riesling for some spine-tingling zip. Pet nats are slightly spritzy by default, with some of the fermentation happening in bottle. Where Champagne is the Michelangelo of the sparkling world, pet nat is the Warhol - bright, fun, funky and damn easy to enjoy. You wouldn’t drink this on the day you turn 30, but it’d make the journey to it a helluva lot more fun.

Rosé
Rosé
Western Australia

Yokel Rosé 2019
Lemon Zest
Peach
Raspberry
Light-bodied
Bright
Elegant

This has a turtle on the label. A TURTLE! We’re in love. It tastes pretty great, too. Grenache is a tried-and-true rosé grape, and defs doesn’t disappoint here. The wine’s a slightly cloudy pink, like a hazy tropical sunset. Diving into the flavour, you get those strawberry yoghurts, or the equivalent in sweetie form, like those ‘Campino’ ones. Maybe you’ve never had either, but I reckon you’ll know exactly what I mean when it’s in the glass in front of you. It’s damn good fun, anyway. And did we mention the turtle?!

White
Pinot Gris
Canberra District

Ravensworth Pinot Gris 2019
Grapefruit
Pear
Spice
Light-bodied
Bright
Bold
5 red star Halliday rated winery

There’s some carbonic maceration to bring out the wine’s natural spice. Some batches were kept on skins to introduce that slippery mouthfeel and texture. One batch was whole-bunch pressed to heighten the wine’s fresh fruit aromatics and then different parcels were fermented in oak, concrete and ceramic fermenters. Talk about a winemaker’s playground. There was probably a small batch fermented in the kitchen sink just to make sure that nothing was missed. You can’t miss the spice on the nose - and underneath there’s pithy grapefruit skin with a touch of red berry fruits. The palate has a similar story - with that beautiful slippery texture that sets this wine apart from its more conservative colleagues. Enjoy with Indian, Thai, Vietnamese and even with Sichuan. This baby doesn’t have to get out of the kitchen - it can handle the heat.

Rosé
Rosé
Margaret River

Dormilona Orenji 2019
Fresh Cut Grass
Lemon Zest
Passionfruit
Light-bodied
Bright
Bold

Orenji is a sav blanc/semillon blend, made with all hand-harvested organic fruit that’s been fermented on skins for six weeks and then barrel matured for full malolactic conversion. If that all sounds like a lot, it boils down to this: Think classic SBS flavour, then turn up the texture to 11. It’s creamy, it’s pithy, it’s chewy, it’s grippy. It’s a wickedly wonderful food pairing and a beautiful colour to boot. Margaret River SBS was in need of a spruce-up, and boy did it get it with this!

Red
Shiraz
Margaret River

Dormilona Tinto 2019
Black Cherry
Blood Plum
Grapey
Light-bodied
Bright
Elegant

‘Tinto’ is what the Spanish call their reds when they’re talking delicious, unpretentious, weeknight smashers. Dormilona have taken that devil-may-care Euro approach and made something monstrously fun in its own right Down Under. The grape’s shiraz (no surprises there), and it’s been made as simply as humanly possible. Sod-all added, sod-all taken out. There are days when you want to ponder the very soil the grapes were grown in on THAT hillside in THAT part of THAT region. And then there are days when you want a glass of wine with dinner to be simply delicious. This is for the latter.