Greenock Creek vs The Barossa 6 pack
A little pricier per bottle than a usual WD offer, but contains some incredibly good wines that are very rarely available below their RRP from the winery, therefor, I rate it as a pretty good deal, hopefully some others do too.
Each 6 pack contains one each of the following:
Greenock Creek 'Apricot Block' Shiraz 2018 - An iconic Shiraz from a vineyard planted on an old Apricot Orchid in Marananga. Very seldom seen for any less than asking price.
Turkey Flat Shiraz 2017 - One of the most recognizable Shiraz in the country. Sourced from vines planted as far back as 1847. A must have for any collectors cellar.
Two Sisters Wine Co. Barossa Valley Shiraz 2015 - smaller producer that we got a hold of, but the fruit quality is insanely good. This would probably be one of the better Shiraz we stock.
Cooper Burns Reserve Barossa Shiraz 2010 - If you've not heard of Cooper Burns, it is a partnership between Mark Cooper, former senior Winemaker for Treasury and Russell Burns (ex Torbreck). Only 100 dozen made in total, insanely good and will age for much longer if you have the time.
Through the Tasting Glass Cheshire Cat Barossa Shiraz 2018 - Unashamedly made exclusively for WD by Andrew "Ox" Hardy. Our wine buyer saw the wine when it was in barrel at a meeting and asked if we could have THE LOT! 2018 was an exceptional vintage in Barossa. A very silky and elegant Shiraz.
Greenock Creek 'Casey’s Block' Shiraz 2018 - The most price conscious Shiraz from Greenock Creek, but in no way any less impressive. I personally prefer the Apricot Block, but I preferred the Apricot Block to the Roennfeldt Road Shiraz that they sell for $250.
Freight will set you back a flat fee of $7.50 to anywhere in Australia but if you top up the order to make a dozen, delivery is FREE! If you want any recommendations or have any question, feel free to flick me a PM or email at [email protected]