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Why do we love this case?

This pack of New World reds has got it all. Covering two continents and four varieties (or blends), there is something for every occasion. Whether it’s earthy kiwi pinot or fresh and bold Argentine malbec, these wines show off the charms of forward-thinking new world producers.

Each pack contains ONE bottle of the following:

Red
Cabernet Blend
Margaret River

Wills Domain Paladin Hill Matrix Cabernet Blend 2018
Blackcurrant
Herbaceous
Violets
Full-bodied
Silky
Refined
Ray Jordan
James Halliday
Five Red Star Halliday Rated Winery

As a buyer here at the ‘Fo, I taste more wines than I care to count. Some are a bit rough (we pass on those), some are only pretty good (we usually pass on those too) and some are quite good (of course we get those). But after spending so much time looking at wines, it’s honestly somewhat rare to have one of those ‘holy shit, that’s amazing!’ moments. For me, this wine from Wills Domain in Margaret River hit that level. It’s a Left Bank Bordeaux-inspired cabernet blend that balances brightness, richness, structure and complexity so perfectly. The nose is lifted with berry and violet, and the palate brings chalky tannins, herbaceous notes, hints of chocolate and enough acidity to perfectly compliment meaty dishes.

You'd pay $120.00 full price

Red
Shiraz
Barossa Valley

Lou Miranda Estate Golden Lion Reserve Shiraz 2018
Plum
Blackberry
Oaky
Full-bodied
Bright
Bold

Last year we were lucky enough to get our hands on the Golden Lion RESERVE shiraz from Lou Miranda. We thought it was a rare occasion, but we’ve played our cards right and are ecstatic to bring you the 2018. It’s an equally as excellent wine that feels kinda like welding a jet engine to the back of their regular shiraz. Power and other-worldly levels of deliciousness. In the glass, the colour is a deep crimson red and there’s lifted aromas of plum, pepper, vanilla and dark chocolate. The palate is full and generous with dark fruits, interwoven spice and savoury tannins. Lou Miranda has included American oak in the ageing regime on this, adding a touch of coconut and further vanilla to the wine. It’s ready to go with a big ole’ steak right now or will happily nap in your cellar for 15 years. This big boy is here for you now and in the future.

You'd pay $90.00 full price

Red
Malbec
Mendoza

El Enemigo Malbec 2018
Blackberry
Dried Flowers
Orange Peel
Full-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Descorchados
James Suckling
Mofo Fave

It’s hard to reach hyperbole when describing the wines of El Enemigo. The project is headed by Alejandro Vigil, chief winemaker for Catena Zapata, and Adrianna Catena, an accomplished historian and the daughter of the famous Nicolás Catena. Their wines tell a story, this one of the primary grape of Mendoza with a reference and expression to the harsh conditions encountered in making wine in the foothills of the Andes. It has all the bright fruit and spice expected of malbec, but there’s a touch of cab franc in there to provide structure and herbaceousness, both nods to the slow and steady ripening that occurs in the deep rocky soils at such high altitudes.

You'd pay $75.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
Marlborough

TerraVin Hillside Reserve Pinot Noir 2011
Allspice
Blackberry
Plum
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Sam Kim - Wine Orbit
Five Stars Sam Kim - Wine Orbit
18.5 Raymond Chan

This ain’t the first time we’ve scored an aged pinot from our cross-Tasman buddies at TerraVin, nor will it be the first time we’ll get a feeding frenzy from eager mofos keen as beans to take advantage of a cellared beauty and experience all the joy that an aged pinot has to offer. With a classic Kiwi medium body and a whack of French oak (a third of which was brand spanking new) for 16 months, a careful selection of specific clones and a dash of whole bunch fermentation, it’s been built to stand the test of time. Lashings of developed wild berries stewed together amidst some seriously deep yet mild spices and a wonderful finish of dried florals, you’ll have a field day pairing this with an array of versatile dinner options (or lunch, no judgement here!).

You'd pay $75.00 full price

Red
Cabernet Blend
Hawke's Bay

Trinity Hill The Gimblett Cabernet Blend 2018
Allspice
Cedar
Blackberry
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Mike Bennie
James Suckling
Cameron Douglas
Andrew Caillard MW
Sam Kim
A&P Show
Trophy A&P Show

The famed Gimblett Gravels wine growing area, a small subregion of Hawke’s Bay, is defined by a very unique stony soil type. The stony soil provides a sturdy mineral base to build on. This wine is built amazingly well with dark and brooding plum and berry fruit luring you in, abundant tannin that interplays with acid for a great texture and a solid structure that suggests serious ageing capability. Sixteen months in 35% new French oak has added power to the wine, interweaving with the vibrant, dark fruit and adding a depth and grip to the palate. James Suckling says “the palate is an elegantly crafted amalgam of fine, long tannins and smooth, supple dark-fruit flesh. Blackberry and dark-cherry flavours run long here”. We couldn’t agree more about this elegantly crafted, wonderful wine.

You'd pay $70.00 full price

Red
Grenache
Clare Valley

Kilikanoon Prodigal Grenache 2017
Allspice
Minerally
Raspberry
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Halliday Wine Companion
Five Red Star Halliday Rated Winery
Hand-picked
Old Vines

Fresh and lively, yet dark and brooding, this grenache from Clare Valley titan Kilikanoon is everything we need to get us through the night. Dating back to 1997 when this wine first started being made, this old-vine grenache is a sentimental one in the producer’s portfolio. Hand-picked and matured for 15 months, the final blend was bottled unfined and unfiltered (vegans rejoice!). With lifted aromas of dark cherries, blood plum, orange zest and tumeric, this wine is better than that dark chocolate bar you have been saving. Textured and savoury, what better than this excellent drop to have with your next dinner.

You'd pay $60.00 full price