Premium Sparkling & Two White Wine Mixed 3 Pack Value
Premium Sparkling & Two White Wine Mixed 3 Pack Value
Premium Sparkling & Two White Wine Mixed 3 Pack Value

Premium Sparkling & Two White Wine Mixed 3 Pack Value

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A premium mix of White and Sparkling wines delivered straight to you from Pop Up Wine. A great value 3 pack featuring some of the best wines!

1 x Patrick of Coonawarra 'P Series' Sparkling NV Coonawarra South Australia

94/100 Wine Showcase Magazine
SILVER - Limestone Coast Wine Show
BRONZE - The Real Review
BRONZE - International Cool Climate Wine Show
BRONZE - Australian Small Winemakers Wine Show
5 Stars Wine Estate
Top 5 Winestate Wine of The Year Awards

Selector Magazine "Supple and fleshy with stonefruit, melon and tropical fruit sweetness, nutty complexity, clean acidity and creamy texture. Shows attractive jubey ripeness throughout."

Winemaker "Bursting with floral aromas, delicate bready/yeast undertones and a hint of honey. The palate is fresh with fruit sweetness perfectly balanced with the crisp acidity that leaves you refreshed. This traditional blend of Chardonnay & Pinot has a fine bead & persistent mousse that is stylish and complex. The base wines are a blend of multiple vintages dating back to 2006. Each year, wine is added to the base to freshen the overall blend whilst remaining consistent in style and taste. The Pinot Noir in the blend adds a roundness to the mouthfeel, making it a traditional sparkling with great complexity".

Patrick of Coonawarra was founded by Patrick Tocaciu; one of Australia's leading wine (and AFL football) figures. Patrick's reputation for producing exceptional wine earned him many international accolades for the major labels he worked as Chief Winemaker, including; Tollana, Penfolds, and Hollick Wines. Patrick's distinguished reputation continued with the establishment of his own Patrick of Coonawarra Estate label. The wines are built on the solid foundation of extensive estate vineyards: 36 hectares in Coonawarra and 42 hectares in Wrattonbully. The Wrattonbully plantings contain shiraz, sauvignon blanc, and some of the riesling. All of the cabernets are grown in Coonawarra. The Estate is now managed by his eonologist son, Luke who continues the tradition of producing wines of varietal and regional excellence.

1 x Brokenwood Semillon 2020 ~ Hunter Valley, NSW, Australia

94/100 Bob Campbell
92/100 Stuart Knox, The Real Review
92/100 Ralph Kyte-Powell, The Real Review
91/100 Wine Enthusiast
91/100 Wine Spectator
15.5/20 Jancis Robinson
95/100 James Halliday (2019 vintage)
94/100 The Wine Front (2019 vintage)
95/100 James Halliday (2018 Vintage)
92/100 The Wine Front (2018 Vintage)
92/100 James Suckling (2018 Vintage)

4 star - The Real Review Recommended
Top Rank - The Real Review Recommended
Silver Medal - The TEXSOM International Wine Awards
Silver Medal - The TEXSOM International Wine Awards (2019 Vintage)
Gold Medal - Royal Queensland Wine Show (2018 Vintage)

Bob Campbell "Pure, vibrant and deliciously tangy Hunter Valley semillon with citrus, lemon peel, green apple and nut flavours supported by wonderfully mouth-watering acidity. Delicious now but with great potential. Great value at this price"

Stuart Knox, The Real Review "Great length and flow. Drinking wonderfully now but will also evolve into a more complex beast over time....Very pale-lemon colour. Lime zest, green shoots and touch of bakery on the nose. Bright fresh citrus fruit on the palate, quite soft (relatively) acidity gives the feeling of plushness across the tongue."

Ralph Kyte-Powell, The Real Review "Delicious...this is top notch Hunter semillon in the first pure flush of youth. Lemon, green apple, dry grass and slight waxy aromas lead into a vibrant, juicy, sustained mouthful with a lip-smacking dry backbone. "

Wine Enthusiast "This renowned estate's most recent vintage—a hot, dry and difficult year—has produced a solid wine that may not have the longevity of some previous vintages, but that offers a lot of drinkability in the short term. There's a heady perfume of lemon oil, orange peel, dried herbs, beeswax, wool and kerosene. The palate is fresh but not shrill or unbalanced. Drink through 2029"

Wine Spectator "A potent, powerful and focused mix of ruby grapefruit, Key lime and pomelo flavors at the core, with a firm, vividly juicy frame. A touch of beeswax lingers with intensity. Drink now. 500 cases imported."

James Halliday "Has a little bit extra to the fruit line. While still speaking to the classic lemon-accented aromas and flavours, there is an extra edge of lemon/passionfruit sorbet. The drinking window will remain open for as long as you wish.." (2019 vintage)

The Winemaker "A vibrant colour with a touch more than usual due to the sunshine. Lovely florals and lemongrass aromas. Mouth-filling flavours of pear and lemon pith balancing the zesty acid backbone. The aromas and fruit weight belie the 10.8% alcohol and reconfirm that the Hunter Valley produces fruit at optimal ripeness at much lower sugar levels. A classic Hunter Valley Semillon to enjoy now or will age gracefully over many years. " (2019 vintage)

James Halliday "A deservedly fashionable winery producing consistently excellent wines. Its big-selling Hunter Semillon provides the volume to balance the limited quantities of the flagships ILR Semillon and Graveyard Shiraz. Brokenwood purchased the Graveyard Vineyard from Hungerford Hill in '78 and has been working to totally rehabilitate the vineyard over the ensuing decades. It's been a vine by vine exercise, with a degree of experimentation of rootstocks and clonal material from other, even older vineyards. Next, there is a range of wines coming from regions including Beechworth (a major resource is the associated Indigo Vineyard), Orange, Central Ranges, McLaren Vale, Cowra and elsewhere. In 2017 Iain Riggs celebrated his 35th vintage at the helm of Brokenwood, offering a unique mix of winemaking skills, management of a diverse business, and an unerring ability to keep Brokenwood's high profile fresh and newsworthy. He has also contributed a great deal to various wine industry organisations." (2018 Vintage)

Established in 1970 Brokenwood Wines is one of Australia's most reputable premium wine labels and a must-visit in the Hunter Valley. It was established by Australia's leading wine critic, James Halliday. Consistently listed as a 5-star winery, Brokenwood is home to the famous Graveyard Vineyard Shiraz, the highly acclaimed ILR Reserve Semillon, and the popular Cricket Pitch Range.
Australian Wine Companion "Brokenwood consistently produces excellent wines.

1 x Hewitson Gun Metal Eden Valley Riesling 2021 - Eden Valley, Barossa, South Australia

94/100 James Halliday
96/100 James Halliday (2017 vintage)
95/100 Jeremy Oliver (2017 vintage)
91/100 The Wine Front (2017 vintage)
90/100 Wine Enthusiast (2017 vintage)
93/100 The Wine Front (2016 vintage)
92/100 Jeremy Oliver (2016 vintage)
92/100 Wine Spectator (2016 vintage)
91/100 Vinous Antonio Galloni (2016 vintage)

Silver - Australian Wine Companion
James Halliday 5 Star Winery
James Halliday Top 100 Winery 2017

Tyson Stelzer "True to its name, this riesling is built around a steely, high tensile backbone and chalky mineral structure. It’s a taut and pristine style of pretty lemon blossom perfume, granny smith apple and lime zest fruit, carrying with impressive persistence and tightly coiled focus."

James Halliday "Low yields across the Clare and Eden Valleys occasioned by the relentlessly dry growing season have come good with very concentrated flavours."

Qantas Magazine "Aromas of lime, petals, minerals and talc. The palate showcases citrus, mineral and powder dry finish."

Frederick Wildman "Eden Valley is recognised as one of the world’s great Riesling regions. This single-vineyard is recognised as one of the best Eden Valley vineyards. The specific topography and mineral profile provide ideal conditions for Riesling. Gun Metal describes the grey-coloured stone amongst the vineyard while symbolizing the steely minerality of the wine. Lime minerals and powder. Citrus, especially lime predominates the flavour profile while carrying the trademark minerality that Gun Metal is renowned for."

The Winemaker "The palate is delicate, refined and intense, with a firm, dry finish and lingering aftertaste. Citrus, mineral and powder-dry finish."

Wine Spectator "Light and crisp, with pear and lime flavors that are appealing and straightforward. Drink now." (2017 vintage)

Wine Enthusiast "This is a steely, flinty Riesling....fruit: lemons, apples and orange peel, on the nose. But the palate is all about the flinty minerality."

Wine Spectator "Finds a balance between elegance and power, with a light and lively body. Offers intense notes of peach blossom, lime zest and honeysuckle. Vibrant and juicy on the finish, where a hint of fresh ginger chimes in. (2016 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.