Few wine estates in Australia have a more fanatical following that Heathcote's Wild Duck Creek. The recently released 2017's will put smiles on the faces of David 'Duck' Anderson's legion of fans.
The 2016 vintage of Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon literally raced out the door after receiving an almost perfect 99 points. There is still limited availability in 375ml half bottles - the perfect mid-week treat.
Museum release Macedon Ranges Pinot Noir for under $25 a bottle - you bet! This small parcel will disappear very quickly. Pinot Noir-lovers take note.
You won't find a better Italian wine for just $23 per bottle than Banchetto del Cinghiale Chanti DOCG. It delivers authentic Tuscan flavour at a very affordable price.
Based in the village of Bouzy, Champagne Barnaut makes extremely good value, full flavoured, Pinot Noir dominant Champagne. The Grande Reserve Grand Cru NV is the match of any grande marque Champagne.
There is no better demonstration of Barossa Valley terror than the three single vineyard Shiraz from Dan Standish. They rank among the best examples of Shiraz made anywhere.
Pale salmon pink in appearance, bone, dry and crisp - textbook southern French rose at a bargain price. Pay just $18 per bottle when purchased in dozen quantities.
Exclusive to Armadale Cellars, Jean Pernet Brut Tradition NV is a premium Champagne at a budget price. Save up to $60!
You'll be hard pushed to find better value cool climate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir anywhere else in Australia. The quality from Mount Moriac befits wines that a priced over $30 per bottle.
Off the back of the Heathcote Wine Show Chairman's Trophy-winning 2014 vintage comes the 2015 vintage release of the much-loved Whistling Eagle Eagle's Blood.