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Tractor Shed Wine Sale: 13 Premium SA Wines - Reds, Whites, Dessert. from $99/Doz. PLUS Get 20% off Storewide + Free Shipping


I've had a couple of emails asking if we can put up a new 20% off deal with free shipping, so here it is! THIRTEEN wines to choose from from James Halliday 5* producer and small, family vigneron Geoff Hardy.

If you are enjoying these wines, please don't keep it a secret, please tell everyone you know and click the 'Like' Button. As a small, family business, we rely on your word of mouth endorsement. Ignore the major corporates and support Australian family businesses :-)

A choice of THIRTEEN award-winning bin-end and export label wines all from just $99/doz - Plus Get 20% Off all wines AND Free Shipping exclusive to OZBARGAIN subscribers.

Red, whites, dessert wines all available using the OZBARGAIN coupon code.

Choose from 14 wines including a few new releases including:

92pt Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 2017
93pt Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc 2017
94pt Clare Valley Riesling 2017
91pt Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir 2017
93pt SA Shiraz 2017
94pt Adelaide Hills Shiraz 2016
95pt Dessert Wine 2016

James Halliday 5 Red Stars - Wine Companion 2018
Winestate Magazine Wine Company of the Year 2012 & 2014. Top 5, 2016.
Optus My Business Awards - Australian Exporter of the Year 2017.

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  • +1 vote

    93pt McLaren Vale Shiraz 2016
    94pt Adelaide Hills Shiraz 2016

    Interested in the above two. I'm a red drinker, which one would you recommend? Not a fan of anything too dry :)

    • +2 votes

      The OP got the year wrong on the Vale shiraz, it should be "93pt McLaren Vale Shiraz 2017"

      I've had both before. Neither are dry. The hills is a little heavier and full bodied. I'd recommend the McLare Vale one as it's cheaper and very easy to drink.

      • +1 vote

        Thanks Hellfire and Aurotaro. I've corrected the above post, thanks for pointing it out. There's actually no McLaren Vale Shira on this offer. The 93pt SA Shiraz and Langhorne Creek premium Shiraz would be the best two, they're certainly not dry. The Adelaide Hills Shiraz would be a little, drier, lighter, spicier. If I can help further please feel welcome to DM me. Cheers! RD :-)

  • +3 votes

    Any deals on tractors?


    What are peoples opinion of the Pinot Noir?
    Not a sophisticated wine drinker just looking for something easy to drink.

    • +2 votes

      It's easy to drink. Not quite as smooth as a more expensive one but great value for the price.


        Hi Tomb11 and Hellfire. Hellfire sums it up nicely. Great value for the price. It's actually served in the First Class Airport Lounge at Mumbai International Airport and on the list at a number of Taj Hotels in India (one of the world's most luxurious hotel brands). Hope you enjoy. Cheers! RD :-)

    • +1 vote

      I got a case of the pinot a while back - good stuff and definitely easy to drink

  • +1 vote

    Great Wines, great bargain, thanks Richard…


      Thanks Tim. Our pleasure. Thanks to you for the support of our family's wines. Richard :-)


    Hi all, has anyone tried or have an opinion on the 94pt Clare Valley Riesling 2017? Of course wine can be very subjective but thought I would ask :) thanks

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