Luxe 3 Red Wine Mixed Pack Value
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Luxe 3 Red Wine Mixed Pack Value
Luxe 3 Red Wine Mixed Pack Value
Luxe 3 Red Wine Mixed Pack Value
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Luxe 3 Red Wine Mixed Pack Value
Luxe 3 Red Wine Mixed Pack Value

Luxe 3 Red Wine Mixed Pack Value

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A prestige mix of Red wines delivered straight to you from Pop Up Wine. A great value 3 pack featuring some of the best wines!

1 x Hewitson Miss Harry Rhone GSM 2018 - Barossa Valley, South Australia

94/100 James Halliday
92/100 The Wine Front (2015 Vintage)
92/100 The Wine Front (2014 Vintage)
90/100 Vinous Antonio Galloni (2014 Vintage)
90/100 Wine Spectator (2013 Vintage)

Bronze - International Wine Challenge (2010 Vintage)

James Halliday 5 Star Winery
James Halliday Top 100 Winery 2017

James Halliday "A very attractive light to medium-bodied palate with spices coming from all directions, the fruit flavours red, purple and black, the tannin load minimal."

The Winemaker "This wine is a Rhone-style blend from vineyards dating back to 1800s. The palate is wonderfully fresh and with juicy forest fruits, dried herbs and a creamy complexity derived from its maturation on yeast lees in old French oak barrels. The concentrated fruits, fine tannin and perfectly integrated acid complete the wine. Vinified with 45% whole bunches and minimal SO2, using solar energy and water recycling."

Wine Spectator "Red licorice, cherry and star anise notes are smooth, juicy and crisp, with plenty of vitality and energy to the flavors. Shows plenty of focus. Grenache, Mourvèdre, Cinsault and Carignan."

Gavin Hubble "The palate is vibrant and engaging with ripe forest berry fruits, dried herbs, spices and a beguiling complexity derived from its 12 months maturation in oak. Dean has deftly used the right amount of winemaking to showcase all the delicate layers from the centenarian and ancestor vines. This wine has concentrated fruits, fine tannins and perfectly balanced fruit acidity lifts the lingering savoury, smooth dry finish." (2015 vintage)

Wine Enthusiast "Soft, pretty and lifted aromas of raspberry, rhubarb, dried herbs, florals and graphite lead gently into a light to medium body. The palate shows plump red berries, flowers and a savory spine of gentle, chalky tannins." (2015 vintage)

Decanter "Complex notes of blackberry, spice, and wood smoke. The palate is compact with firm tannins, plenty of dark fruits and Shiraz spice. A touch of wood smoke and cassis on the nose with excellent flavour complexity and length on the palate. Nicely proportioned structure of textured tannins and juicy acidity." (2013 vintage)

Australian Wine Companion "Established in 1998 Hewitson winery is situated in the heart of the Barossa Valley on the historic Seppeltsfield Road and boasts some of the oldest vines in the world. Hewitson fruit is sourced from historic, dry-grown vineyards in the Barossa Valley and also from single-site vineyards in Eden Valley, McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills."

Frederick Wildman "Dean Hewitson founded his eponymous winery in 1998. He is a highly respected Australian winemaker ...Hewitson has worked at wineries in Australia, France, Italy and Oregon. Hewitson then moved to the U.S. where he earned a Masters from UC-Davis. On his return home, Dean brought a wealth of knowledge, practical experience and a driving passion to produce wines not only from Barossa Valley but also from the McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills regions.

Hewitson fundamentally believes great wines are the expression of the soils they are grown in and the season in which they are grown. With his longstanding focus on terroir—specific terroir plots in fact—many of Hewitson’s wines are single vineyard. He sources grapes from not only his own vineyards but also from long-standing grower contracts including a few sourced from some of the oldest living, still productive vines on plots that date back to the mid-19th century and are pre-phylloxera. His ‘Old Garden’ Mourvèdre is a single-vineyard wine, whose vines were planted in 1853 in Barossa Valley and are reputed to be the oldest Mourvèdre vines in the world. Hewitson’s ‘Miss Harry’ is sourced from a Grenache vineyard planted in 1880, also thought to be the oldest Grenache in existence.

1 x Hewitson Ned & Henry's Shiraz 2019 - Barossa Valley, South Australia

92/100 The Wine Front
95/100 Gold - James Halliday (2017 Vintage)
92/100 The Wine Front (2016 Vintage)
91/100 The Wine Front (2015 Vintage)
91/100 Vinous Antonio Galloni (2014 Vintage)
90/100 Vinous Antonio Galloni (2013 Vintage)
90/100 Wine Enthusiast (2014 Vintage)
90/100 Jeremy Oliver (2015 Vintage)
91/100 Jeremy Oliver (2014 Vintage)

Gold - Mundus Vini International Wine Awards
Gold - Catavinum World Wine & Spirit Competition

James Halliday 5 Star Winery
James Halliday Top 100 Winery 2017

Gavin Hubble "Dean has access to some outstanding old vine grape parcels, from vineyards grown on red soil over limestone, the classic 'terra-rossa' vineyards; provide the quality fruit for this Ned & Henry's Shiraz / Mourvèdre. Traditionally grown, low cropping vines produce the rich flavours and expressive tannins found in this wine. After careful fermentation, the wine was then pressed into selected French oak barriques, where the wine also went through malolactic fermentation.....While the base wine has always been Shiraz, each year Dean blends in a small proportion of Mourvèdre, which accentuates the fruit and adds another subtle layer of complexity."

James Halliday "A stylish Barossa Valley shiraz that presents its blackberry, plum and fine spices in a supple, medium-bodied palate, tannins and oak both playing valuable support roles. Will go the distance without flinching." (2017 vintage)

Wine Current "Aromas of piquant spice, sweet vanilla and dark cherry/berry fruit precede a rich and luscious surge of bramble berry and black plum compote enveloping the palate with excellent spice, tang and acidity providing interest and good balance. It’s medium-full weight with textured mouthfeel and a lingering, lip-smacking aftertaste layering on complexity, structure and soft-grained tannin." (2016 vintage)

Jane Faulkner, Australian Wine Companion "Archetypal Barossa Valley shiraz at a fair price and delivers big time - here it is without pretension. Delightfully aromatic, it balances ripe, juicy dark fruit with the savouriness and plumpness of the tannins, not overly complex but the palate is velvety, full-bodied and promising." (2015 vintage)

Wine Enthusiasts "This medium-bodied Shiraz is refreshingly medium-bodied and drinkable, with softly dusty tannins on the finish that don't get in the way of present enjoyment. The aromas are a bit floral, hinting at stone fruit and anise, while the flavors are raspberry and red plum." (2014 vintage)

Gavin Hubble "Dean has crafted another full-flavoured Barossa Valley Shiraz that can be enjoyed in its youth at either a BBQ lunch or with a slow-cooked piece of prime meat at dinner. Dean’s winemaking philosophies can be clearly seen throughout this wine, with the appropriate use of French oak, fine-grained tannins, balance and bright fruit expression." (2011 vintage)

Australian Wine Companion "Established in 1998 Hewitson winery is situated in the heart of the Barossa Valley on the historic Seppeltsfield Road and boasts some of the oldest vines in the world. Hewitson fruit is sourced from historic, dry-grown vineyards in the Barossa Valley and also from single-site vineyards in Eden Valley, McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills."

Frederick Wildman "Dean Hewitson founded his eponymous winery in 1998. He is a highly respected Australian winemaker ...Hewitson has worked at wineries in Australia, France, Italy and Oregon. Hewitson then moved to the U.S. where he earned a Masters from UC-Davis. On his return home, Dean brought a wealth of knowledge, practical experience and a driving passion to produce wines not only from Barossa Valley but also from the McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills regions.

Hewitson fundamentally believes great wines are the expression of the soils they are grown in and the season in which they are grown. With his longstanding focus on terroir—specific terroir plots in fact—many of Hewitson’s wines are single vineyard. He sources grapes from not only his own vineyards but also from long-standing grower contracts including a few sourced from some of the oldest living, still productive vines on plots that date back to the mid-19th century and are pre-phylloxera. His ‘Old Garden’ Mourvèdre is a single-vineyard wine, whose vines were planted in 1853 in Barossa Valley and are reputed to be the oldest Mourvèdre vines in the world. Hewitson’s ‘Miss Harry’ is sourced from a Grenache vineyard planted in 1880, also thought to be the oldest Grenache in existence.

1 x Luxe, Calme and Volupté Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot Red 2017 - Languedoc, France

90/100 - Jeb Dunnuck (2016 Vintage)

Michel Ivangine "Let yourself be charmed by this aromatic explosion of great quality from the Clos des Centenaries! Luxe (luxury) for the quality of the terroir between land and sea, for the affection of the wine-growers for their wine, and all the work put in to create exceptional wines. Calme (calm) for its immersion in a unique location and for the work ethic of Stéphanie and Luc Baudet. And volupté (exquisite pleasure) for this indulgent, crisp cuvée that never ceases to delight our taste buds with its aromas of wild fruits and spices, and its unctuousness worthy of the greatest Languedoc-Roussillon wines. Simply divine!"

The Winemaker “Nose dominated by fruits of the forest and sweet spices. Unctuous mouth and a finish with fine tannins.”

Clos des Centenaires was founded Luc Baudet of Chateau Mas-Neuf fame, and Californian wine industry veteran, Jack Edwards who both share a passion for artisan wines and the terroir of France’s Southern Rhone.

A prestige mix of Red wines delivered straight to you from Pop Up Wine. A great value 3 pack featuring some of the best wines!

1 x Hewitson Miss Harry Rhone GSM 2018 - Barossa Valley, South Australia

94/100 James Halliday
92/100 The Wine Front (2015 Vintage)
92/100 The Wine Front (2014 Vintage)
90/100 Vinous Antonio Galloni (2014 Vintage)
90/100 Wine Spectator (2013 Vintage)

Bronze - International Wine Challenge (2010 Vintage)

James Halliday 5 Star Winery
James Halliday Top 100 Winery 2017

James Halliday "A very attractive light to medium-bodied palate with spices coming from all directions, the fruit flavours red, purple and black, the tannin load minimal."

The Winemaker "This wine is a Rhone-style blend from vineyards dating back to 1800s. The palate is wonderfully fresh and with juicy forest fruits, dried herbs and a creamy complexity derived from its maturation on yeast lees in old French oak barrels. The concentrated fruits, fine tannin and perfectly integrated acid complete the wine. Vinified with 45% whole bunches and minimal SO2, using solar energy and water recycling."

Wine Spectator "Red licorice, cherry and star anise notes are smooth, juicy and crisp, with plenty of vitality and energy to the flavors. Shows plenty of focus. Grenache, Mourvèdre, Cinsault and Carignan."

Gavin Hubble "The palate is vibrant and engaging with ripe forest berry fruits, dried herbs, spices and a beguiling complexity derived from its 12 months maturation in oak. Dean has deftly used the right amount of winemaking to showcase all the delicate layers from the centenarian and ancestor vines. This wine has concentrated fruits, fine tannins and perfectly balanced fruit acidity lifts the lingering savoury, smooth dry finish." (2015 vintage)

Wine Enthusiast "Soft, pretty and lifted aromas of raspberry, rhubarb, dried herbs, florals and graphite lead gently into a light to medium body. The palate shows plump red berries, flowers and a savory spine of gentle, chalky tannins." (2015 vintage)

Decanter "Complex notes of blackberry, spice, and wood smoke. The palate is compact with firm tannins, plenty of dark fruits and Shiraz spice. A touch of wood smoke and cassis on the nose with excellent flavour complexity and length on the palate. Nicely proportioned structure of textured tannins and juicy acidity." (2013 vintage)

Australian Wine Companion "Established in 1998 Hewitson winery is situated in the heart of the Barossa Valley on the historic Seppeltsfield Road and boasts some of the oldest vines in the world. Hewitson fruit is sourced from historic, dry-grown vineyards in the Barossa Valley and also from single-site vineyards in Eden Valley, McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills."

Frederick Wildman "Dean Hewitson founded his eponymous winery in 1998. He is a highly respected Australian winemaker ...Hewitson has worked at wineries in Australia, France, Italy and Oregon. Hewitson then moved to the U.S. where he earned a Masters from UC-Davis. On his return home, Dean brought a wealth of knowledge, practical experience and a driving passion to produce wines not only from Barossa Valley but also from the McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills regions.

Hewitson fundamentally believes great wines are the expression of the soils they are grown in and the season in which they are grown. With his longstanding focus on terroir—specific terroir plots in fact—many of Hewitson’s wines are single vineyard. He sources grapes from not only his own vineyards but also from long-standing grower contracts including a few sourced from some of the oldest living, still productive vines on plots that date back to the mid-19th century and are pre-phylloxera. His ‘Old Garden’ Mourvèdre is a single-vineyard wine, whose vines were planted in 1853 in Barossa Valley and are reputed to be the oldest Mourvèdre vines in the world. Hewitson’s ‘Miss Harry’ is sourced from a Grenache vineyard planted in 1880, also thought to be the oldest Grenache in existence.

1 x Hewitson Ned & Henry's Shiraz 2019 - Barossa Valley, South Australia

92/100 The Wine Front
95/100 Gold - James Halliday (2017 Vintage)
92/100 The Wine Front (2016 Vintage)
91/100 The Wine Front (2015 Vintage)
91/100 Vinous Antonio Galloni (2014 Vintage)
90/100 Vinous Antonio Galloni (2013 Vintage)
90/100 Wine Enthusiast (2014 Vintage)
90/100 Jeremy Oliver (2015 Vintage)
91/100 Jeremy Oliver (2014 Vintage)

Gold - Mundus Vini International Wine Awards
Gold - Catavinum World Wine & Spirit Competition

James Halliday 5 Star Winery
James Halliday Top 100 Winery 2017

Gavin Hubble "Dean has access to some outstanding old vine grape parcels, from vineyards grown on red soil over limestone, the classic 'terra-rossa' vineyards; provide the quality fruit for this Ned & Henry's Shiraz / Mourvèdre. Traditionally grown, low cropping vines produce the rich flavours and expressive tannins found in this wine. After careful fermentation, the wine was then pressed into selected French oak barriques, where the wine also went through malolactic fermentation.....While the base wine has always been Shiraz, each year Dean blends in a small proportion of Mourvèdre, which accentuates the fruit and adds another subtle layer of complexity."

James Halliday "A stylish Barossa Valley shiraz that presents its blackberry, plum and fine spices in a supple, medium-bodied palate, tannins and oak both playing valuable support roles. Will go the distance without flinching." (2017 vintage)

Wine Current "Aromas of piquant spice, sweet vanilla and dark cherry/berry fruit precede a rich and luscious surge of bramble berry and black plum compote enveloping the palate with excellent spice, tang and acidity providing interest and good balance. It’s medium-full weight with textured mouthfeel and a lingering, lip-smacking aftertaste layering on complexity, structure and soft-grained tannin." (2016 vintage)

Jane Faulkner, Australian Wine Companion "Archetypal Barossa Valley shiraz at a fair price and delivers big time - here it is without pretension. Delightfully aromatic, it balances ripe, juicy dark fruit with the savouriness and plumpness of the tannins, not overly complex but the palate is velvety, full-bodied and promising." (2015 vintage)

Wine Enthusiasts "This medium-bodied Shiraz is refreshingly medium-bodied and drinkable, with softly dusty tannins on the finish that don't get in the way of present enjoyment. The aromas are a bit floral, hinting at stone fruit and anise, while the flavors are raspberry and red plum." (2014 vintage)

Gavin Hubble "Dean has crafted another full-flavoured Barossa Valley Shiraz that can be enjoyed in its youth at either a BBQ lunch or with a slow-cooked piece of prime meat at dinner. Dean’s winemaking philosophies can be clearly seen throughout this wine, with the appropriate use of French oak, fine-grained tannins, balance and bright fruit expression." (2011 vintage)

Australian Wine Companion "Established in 1998 Hewitson winery is situated in the heart of the Barossa Valley on the historic Seppeltsfield Road and boasts some of the oldest vines in the world. Hewitson fruit is sourced from historic, dry-grown vineyards in the Barossa Valley and also from single-site vineyards in Eden Valley, McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills."

Frederick Wildman "Dean Hewitson founded his eponymous winery in 1998. He is a highly respected Australian winemaker ...Hewitson has worked at wineries in Australia, France, Italy and Oregon. Hewitson then moved to the U.S. where he earned a Masters from UC-Davis. On his return home, Dean brought a wealth of knowledge, practical experience and a driving passion to produce wines not only from Barossa Valley but also from the McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills regions.

Hewitson fundamentally believes great wines are the expression of the soils they are grown in and the season in which they are grown. With his longstanding focus on terroir—specific terroir plots in fact—many of Hewitson’s wines are single vineyard. He sources grapes from not only his own vineyards but also from long-standing grower contracts including a few sourced from some of the oldest living, still productive vines on plots that date back to the mid-19th century and are pre-phylloxera. His ‘Old Garden’ Mourvèdre is a single-vineyard wine, whose vines were planted in 1853 in Barossa Valley and are reputed to be the oldest Mourvèdre vines in the world. Hewitson’s ‘Miss Harry’ is sourced from a Grenache vineyard planted in 1880, also thought to be the oldest Grenache in existence.

1 x Luxe, Calme and Volupté Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot Red 2017 - Languedoc, France

90/100 - Jeb Dunnuck (2016 Vintage)

Michel Ivangine "Let yourself be charmed by this aromatic explosion of great quality from the Clos des Centenaries! Luxe (luxury) for the quality of the terroir between land and sea, for the affection of the wine-growers for their wine, and all the work put in to create exceptional wines. Calme (calm) for its immersion in a unique location and for the work ethic of Stéphanie and Luc Baudet. And volupté (exquisite pleasure) for this indulgent, crisp cuvée that never ceases to delight our taste buds with its aromas of wild fruits and spices, and its unctuousness worthy of the greatest Languedoc-Roussillon wines. Simply divine!"

The Winemaker “Nose dominated by fruits of the forest and sweet spices. Unctuous mouth and a finish with fine tannins.”

Clos des Centenaires was founded Luc Baudet of Chateau Mas-Neuf fame, and Californian wine industry veteran, Jack Edwards who both share a passion for artisan wines and the terroir of France’s Southern Rhone.