Premium Reds Trio
3PK - $98.33 / BTL
There is probably very little we need to say about this trio when the names really speak for themselves. Rich Aussie shiraz, the big and bold grenaches of C...
3PK - $98.33 / BTL
Why do we love this case?
There is probably very little we need to say about this trio when the names really speak for themselves. Rich Aussie shiraz, the big and bold grenaches of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, and the luxurious delights of Bordeaux blends. It’s hard to choose just one to highlight, and we really feel for you when it comes time to choose which one to open first. Luckily all will hold in there for decades to come, so you’ve got some time to decide. We might go out on a limb and say this is the greatest trio of all time... but we’re happy to stand corrected.
1x Chateau Brown Pessac-Leognan 2016
Red — Merlot Blend
Bordeaux — France
Pessac-Léognan is situated in the gravelly section of Bordeaux’s aptly named ‘Graves’, producing super high-quality white wines as well as reds. But make no mistake, the rouge blends are certainly the star of the river bank. Château Brown perfectly balances traditional ideas in the context of today, combining generations of winemaking and viticulture with the ever-important reintroduction of vineyard biodiversity.
Merlot dominant, this blend is structurally supported with 32% cabernet and a 3% splash of petit verdot to ensure colour, balance and an impressive length that’ll cellar well into the next two decades. Each vintage of the Château Brown is matured for 12-15 months in 100% french oak, 40% of which is brand new. The fruit is 100% manually harvested, with bunch selection on the vine. Precision and attention to detail are assured from the moment these vines bear fruit right up until you take your very first sip. So treat yourself to the fruits of this utter gem, you’ve earned it!
You’d pay $169 full price.
1x Domaine Georges-Lombriere Cuvée Marie Châteauneuf-du-Pape 2019
Red — GSM
Châteauneuf-du-Pape — France
Strap yourselves in for the ultimate ‘power vs finesse’ experience that France has to offer. In Châteauneuf-du-Pape and the greater Rhône, the 2019 vintage produced very high quality fruit which, in the hands of a capable producer like Domaine Georges-Lombriere, you can be assured will impress even the most discerning of wine aficionados. With a 95 point review from Decanter, 12 months in oak before being put to bottle, organic conversion and fruit sourced from vines up to 100 years old, this grenache-dominant blend will entice and deliver. Lashings of blood plum, sweet licorice and ripe cherry and a lively all-spice finish will challenge the senses with every sip. It’s the perfect example of a robust style peppered with elegance and poise.
You’d pay $120 full price.
1x Kilikanoon Attunga 1865 Shiraz 2015
Red — Shiraz
Clare Valley — Australia
Over 150 years ago the vines for this wine were planted in the Clare valley. It’s not often you come across vines that old, in fact these were amongst the earliest years of plantings in Australia. Not only have these vines essentially become one with the terroir in that time, but Kilikanoon crops at super low yields to achieve small, intense berries. You’ll see that immeasurable flavour immediately- beyond anything you’ll get just from age or good winemaking. It’s deep red with crimson hues, and all the prowess to follow through. New and old french oak has given this baby structure and intensity; lifted dark fruits, fresh licorice and compote entertain the palate while the vanilla and light spice do the supporting work behind the scenes. It’s sincere yet subtle, immense yet composed. This will not disappoint you, even for decades to come.
You’d pay $350 full price.