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[Afterpay] Good Friday Celebration Collection Classic Red Mixed 12x750ml $47.20 Delivered @ eBay Justwines

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Less than $4 per bottle.

This Pack Consists of -

2 x Fernhill Shiraz 2019 SEA, Fistful Shiraz 2019 Australia,

2 x James Estate "Estate" Merlot 2019 Hunter Valley,

2 x James Estate "Estate" Shiraz 2019 SEA,

2 x Ultimo Merlot 2020 Australia,

2 x Q Reserve Merlot 2020 SEA,

2 x Fistful Shiraz 2019 Australia.

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20% off for referrer. $25 off first order for referee.

This is part of Afterpay Day sale for 2021

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  • +5 votes

    That's pretty cheap cooking wine

    • +1 vote

      You can select from other options. 20% off code works on all wine packs.

      I am not a wine expert and I picked this as the main one coz it showed sold for $69 before.

    • +2 votes

      Agree its rubbish :)

    • -1 vote

      Yeah very cheap

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    Any good deals in the more premium packs?

  • +1 vote

    Good Friday… celebration wine?

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      Don’t forget to add communion bread

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    Ta :)

  • +2 votes

    Thanks. Ordered. All the wine snobs calling it "cooking wine." It's been proven time and time again that even those who believe they have a 'sophisticated pallet' are unable to tell the difference between $10 wine and $100 wine. it's pure snobbery.

    • +2 votes

      But what about $4 wine?

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        Good question. I don't know - these wines cost $4 but i wouldnt say they are '$4 bottles'. If you google them, some of them go for around $15 to $20 individually.

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      Sort of… the SEA wines are normally from left over uber discounted grapes from anywhere and can be pretty rough. An occasional gem in the mix (if they score decent grapes), but as a general rule, not great, but hey The RRP is about $4 each. The Ultimo in that mix should be an ok cheapie probably valued at around $7.

    • +2 votes

      Agreed, whatever they say, if it doesn't kill, I drink it

  • +2 votes

    I’m easy to please and I like these wine packs. Just bought another 2 boxes.

  • +1 vote

    Horses for causes or how do they say? I love a good/decent wine and have spent my fair share on $10,$20,$30-$150 Wines (but always on sale/discount otherwise I can't handle it).
    But I have also bought the occasional "budget" pack. Today I have ordered the "Shiraz Red Wines Mixed", 12 bottles for $79 before /$63 after discount.
    That is $5 a bottle and in my experience most of these they are good enough to "wind down" on a week night (even chilled properly) or when you and your visitors had a couple of the expensive bottles, just can't get enough but anything > 5 bucks would be a waste as no one would notice the difference any longer….(depending on the visitors of course ;-) )

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    Looks like it's out of stock

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      stock is back again