Under $55 Award Winners - 6 Pack Value
This is great……and here’s why!A mixed pack of wines selected for their impressive awards. Incredible value at under $55 a bottle. It doesn’t get any better value than this. 3 sensational reds, 2 outstanding whites, - one Aussie and one from New Zealand and an award winning champagne. Buy Singapore' most awarded wines under $55 a bottle today.
1 x Dog Point Chardonnay 2015 ~ Marlborough, New Zealand
95/100 The Wine Front
93/100 Robert Parker
92/100 Wines & Spirits
Oz Wine Review 2019 “Part of the secret to this label’s success is the Dog Point Vineyard itself, which is one of the oldest privately owned vineyards in Marlborough. Planted by Ivan and Margaret Sutherland back in the late 1970s, it remains not only the backbone of the Dog Point label but also a key source of fruit for a whole swathe of premium Marlborough producers.”
1 x Giant Steps Wombat Creek Chardonnay 2019 ~ Yarra Valley, Victoria, Australia
95/100 - The Wine Front
96/100 - James Suckling
James Halliday 5 Star Rated Winery
James Suckling - "..Super fine and long. Wow! ....Super fine aromas of limes and chamomile with hints of beeswax, apple pie crust, pears, and white-almond paste. The palate has a very sleek, steely and resolute line of mouthwatering fruit, cast in the lime and white-peach zone."
1 x Corymbia Tempranillo Malbec Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 - Swan Valley, Western Australia
95/100 Mike Bennie (The Wine Front)
92/100 Wine Advocate
Mike Bernie (The Wine Front) "It is pitch-perfect, medium weight, highly perfumed, and shaped with beautifully ripe tannins. It’s delicious, but there is also a sense of detail and interest. The wine offers layers of red and blue fruits in perfume and palate, underpinned by savouriness."
1 x Yabby Lake Single Vineyard Syrah 2018 - Victoria, Australia
91/100 Toni Paterson MW
91/100 Australian Gourmet Traveller Wine
James Halliday 5 Star Winery
Australian Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine “Elegant and beautifully balanced.....Opens with spicy cracked black pepper and bright notes of freshly picked blackberries. Plush and open with lovely freshness and vibrancy offering attractive fruit purity and peppery complexity....combines black cherry aromas with oak spices and a subtle touch of whole-bunch fragrance. There’s supple flesh on the palate with plenty of balanced tannin.”
1 x Swinney "Tirra Lirra" Syrah Mourvedre Grenache 2016 ~ Frankland River, Western Australia
Five Star Halliday Rating
James Halliday Top Ten ~ Best New Wineries 2015
#6 Top Wineries of Australia 2020 ~ The Real Review
95/100 James Halliday
James Halliday "Light, bright, clear crimson-purple; it’s amazing that the late ripening varieties of mourvedre and grenache should perform as well as they do in this vibrantly fresh wine. Its quality comes from the intensity and purity of the fruit, not tannins or oak, the bushvine architecture is the key to unlock the puzzle. I really like this wine."
1 x J. Dumangin Fils "Le Cuvee 17" Brut Champagne NV ~ Champagne, France
Silver Medal, International Wine & Spirit Competition 2011
Tyson Stelzer 93/100
Wine Enthusiast Magazine 91/100
Wine Enthusiast "A crisp, finely balanced wine, this is packed with fresh citrus, peach-skin and green-apple flavors. It’s a textured wine with layers of minerality on the palate. The acidity is just right—a fine streak that cuts through the fruitiness and gives a tight, taut finish."