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Why do we love this case?

Sometimes you just want the best things going, and you don’t want to have to think too hard. That’s why we’ve mixed this trio of seemingly disparate vinos. A chardonnay for the fridge, a Bordeaux for classic sipping and a ripping primitivo when you just want to let loose. A trio of Euro treats that don’t need any particular occasion.

Every case contains a bottle of the following non-conformists:

Cabernet Blend

Château Mongravey Margaux 2014
Jane Anson
Andrew Jefford
James Lawther MW
James Suckling
16.5/ Jancis Robinson

This Bordeaux hails from the Margaux appellation, a cab-merlot blend with a touch of cab franc and a whole lotta charm. With four scores of 95 points, as well as 91 points from James Suckling, it’s an awesome expression of the area and anyone who loves Margaux will love this. This vino is fresh and elegant, says Decanter, with “impressive tannins”, “no overt oak” and “a deluge of plum fruits”. It’s juicy, full of red and black fruits and will go down an absolute treat with any of your favourite meats. Grab it for a special dinner with a special someone or your not so special family. It’ll please ‘em all.

You'd pay $98.00 full price


Domaine Begude Etoile Chardonnay 2017

This is the top tier of Domaine Begude: hand-picked grapes are fermented, then individual barrels are hand-picked once again post-ferment. The selected barrels are racked into larger old oak to rest on lees, and bottled a year and a half later. Everything in between is pretty simple, with emphasis on the pristine Limoux chardonnay grapes. Last vintage racked up 95 Decanter points, a gold medal and some big fans in the mofo tribe. From a low-yielding vintage, where volume was lacking, intensity was cranked for this 2017: toasted brioche, poached pear and Golden Delicious apple shine through boldly. Some gentle vanilla from the lick of French oak, and the result is powerful but understated - elegant. There’s not much to go around thanks to the tight vintage, and as such, you know what to do if you want some. Begude.

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Other Red

Sovrano Primitivo di Manduria DOP 2016
Luca Maroni
Luca Maroni

Hello big, bold red lovers. How about some plums, fruitcake and spice, in the richest possible delivery? Feign your nonchalance, but I know you’re still reading. There’s no other wine (including Barolo) that says ‘hedonism’ like primitivo (aka zinfandel), with such a big, face-filling wine followed by oodles of velvety tannins that lap at the shore of your palate like small waves - soft, insistent and shaping that shore over time. See? It has me waxing lyrical. Luca Maroni did too. This has full-on flavour reminiscent of a Jackson Pollock painting. Smells of crayons, clay, pencil shavings, and then a whole bunch of berries that someone’s smooshing onto a canvas, in a frenetic manner. It’s not a calming style of wine, it’s big and bold with an approachability that belies its heft. It’ll please people with a fetish for large red wines that don’t pretend to be anything but.

You'd pay $56.00 full price