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Riddoch Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 - My Dan Murphy Members Buy 1 Get 1 Free - $7.99 Each - Click & Collect

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John Riddoch (1827 - 1901) is the man responsible for putting Coonawarra on the map after establishing the Coonawarra Fruit Colony in 1891. Today, Coonawarra and its famous 'terra rossa' strip of limestone rich soil is home to some of Australia's greatest Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards. This Riddoch Cabernet is an exciting expression of the region with its deep purple colour, spicy plum, chocolate and toasty vanillan aromas which are followed by a luscious palate of blueberry and accompanying eucalypt accented spice. - Dan Murphy

Normally $15.99 each
Good Coonawarra red for this price. 14.5% alcohol

Terms and conditions indicate that you can only have 3 offers in a day but I've managed to buy @ 6 bottles a time, 6 dozen.

Needs to be click and collect unless you have prepaid for delivery with Dan Murphys.

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    walk into the store (when they're not busy), they'll just put it through 6 at a time - this was at the manager's suggestion. great drop, I got 6 x 6 packs

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    cash rewards + click and collect

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    Thanks for posting. Seems well received.

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    Advertised special at Dan Murphys Tweed Heads. Not a bad wine incredible value at $7.99 @ bottle.

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    Nice wine & good deal. Thanks

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    Is this one of the offers that is only available for a week?

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    I only buy stanly wine 4 litres for $12. Great taste and makes me drunk in a second

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    I just bought a case for $47.97 for pick up.

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    How do you buy 6 for $47.97 when I say 6 bottles price is $91.20

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    excellent, thanks

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    Awesome, thanks. I have a couple of bottles of the "real" John Riddoch at home, but I am too precious to open them. Always wanted to buy something from the cheaper Riddoch range to try. Bought a case.

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    Walked into the store last night and got 8 bottles. A few notes:

    • Each 6 bottle box needs to be in a separate transaction. They had no problem with selling me 3 boxes (18 bottles) but only in 3 separate "transactions" - ie: just swipe your dans card & do paypass 3 times in a row.

    • There's no huge rush here (unless somehow it sells out Auswide). I was told the promotion runs until the end of the month.

    • The wine is not bad. I'm no fancy wine critic but it was a little bit bitter when first opened but when you give it 30mins+ to breathe it smooths out quite nicely. Has some nice sweet undertones. You could do a lot worse for $8/bottle and well worth it to stock up for spares. My reasoning is this is the 2nd or 3rd bottle of the night, after you start on a nicer one. Or an affordable weekday wine for budding alcoholics.

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      Thought this also, pretty bitter at first but 20mins later to breathe and smooths out to a nice tasting wine. Bought 2 cartons for my wedding but not sure now.

      Anyone recommend a wedding red and white, pressure is on ha ha :)

      Cheers,
      Jake

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    I just bought a box ( 6 bottles ) without showing my card,awesome !!

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    Works for the shiraz too. No cab/sav at my local.

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    I tried to buy a case last night with Paypal.
    It never confirmed the sale?
    When I check paypal it's all there as "pending"
    I have emailed Dans to ask what happened? no response yet.

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    I bought this today. On the bottom of the receipt it had a voucher for this same buy 1 get 1 free offer - so another option. I just opened and tried it, it is very savory and was quite strong in tannins so left quite a dry finish on the mouth. I am decanting it for later tonight. It's pretty good, but beginner red drinkers might not be happy with this one.

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    High tannin = high hangover. Decanting will fix this though http://m.wine-searcher.com/m/2014/07/you-re-not-decanting-en...

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    First two glasses drunk and enjoyed…

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    Just got 2 cases.
    This is a beautiful drop especially for $8 a bottle.
    Well worth stocking up on this one.