Dan Murphy's and Other Wine Deals

olympicwiz

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There's nothing left other than the Lerida estate Shiraz viognier and a few bottles of Pietro cab Merlot.
Had a bottle of Pierro Cab Merlot LTcf yesterday for dinner. For those who wonder LTcf stands for "Little Touch of Cab Frank" (Initally I thought it was something like LGBT)

The bottle I got was a Xmas edition and stated "Little Touch of Christmas Folly"
Terrific value at $18 if it is still available and would undoubtedly make a great Xmas present.
 

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Was the base price $120?

Visited the winery again earlier this year in January when I was in Canberra and did the tasting.
I think my senses are "ruined" by SA fruit full bodied bombs as I could not understand what the fuss was all about this wine - I guess it is for the lovers of cooler climate medium bodied elegant shiraz. Enjoyed their white wines though and bought some.
I visited the winery a couple of years ago. Same with you, I don't understand why it deserves high prestige. But its single Viognier(not nouveau) is pretty outstanding,
 

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Recent posts elsewhere: The Pinot Noir & Grenache Thread, Advice on whisky, The Chardonnay Thread, Qantas Wine latest offering, Nice wines I have drunk recently, Wine lovers musings

2018 Vinden Headcase Single Barrel Shiraz #3 West - NB97, JH96, GW94 - $40.60 @ The Wine Collective (plus $9.95 delivery, less 8.8% Cashrewards and $10/$20 voucher) - 2 left
97 Points – Nick Butler, The Real Review "Firm, toasty oak, stewed, mixed berries, clove spice and dried herbs - it's brooding. Just enough of everything. It's ripe. Tannins are grippy. Oak is measured. It shows incredible length. This will live comfortably for decades and encapsulates a stellar vintage. Just a stunning Hunter Shiraz.

55-67% off Massena @ Grape Belief
Cracking Grape Belief Deals due to wine not being sent to China. To small cult wineries that have been hit hard. Save up to 67%. Awesome bonus deals.

Singlefile Wines The Philip Adrian Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 $75 @ MW Wines [at release: JH98, RJ97, CM(WF)96, JO91, HH90?]
Halliday 98 Point Cabernet - 30% off


The simplest, cheapest, and one of the most effective ways of preserving wine for a few days after opening, is still to pour into a half-bottle, filling it to the brim and sealing with a screw cap, then keeping it upright in the fridge.

Any recommendations on the Massena or B Minor wines? Haven't had much from either of them.
Also, let me know details to share with them on the "Recommend a friend and they buy a dozen and you both will get a free magnum."
 

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BWS finally 20% CB $50 cap at CR & multiple transactions permitted.

Checked my WW Rewards app, and bonus 1800 pts with $150 spend.

I'm expecting Shopback too!
There is no cap on this as far as I can see in CR. So looks like we may get better cashback for higher price total purchase.

Also check the WW rewards app - mine has 2200 points for >$180 purchase
 

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There is no cap on this as far as I can see in CR. So looks like we may get better cashback for higher price total purchase.

Also check the WW rewards app - mine has 2200 points for >$180 purchase
It was mentioned in the email unfortunately
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Any recommendations on the Massena or B Minor wines? Haven't had much from either of them.
Also, let me know details to share with them on the "Recommend a friend and they buy a dozen and you both will get a free magnum."
sorry, same - @Birdyzone or @SleepyPolarBear would be better with helping you receive the magnum :)

There is no cap on this as far as I can see in CR. So looks like we may get better cashback for higher price total purchase.

Also check the WW rewards app - mine has 2200 points for >$180 purchase
correct - no more cap :)
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Was the base price $120?

Visited the winery again earlier this year in January when I was in Canberra and did the tasting.
I think my senses are "ruined" by SA fruit full bodied bombs as I could not understand what the fuss was all about this wine - I guess it is for the lovers of cooler climate medium bodied elegant shiraz. Enjoyed their white wines though and bought some.
Yep base price around $120 usually. $107.95 at DM's.

I tend to prefer cooler climate shiraz to the richer styles myself.

Of course not sure what vintage it will be until I pick up, but 2017, 18 & 19 have been given 96 by Campbell Mattinson.
 

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Any recommendations on the Massena or B Minor wines? Haven't had much from either of them.
Also, let me know details to share with them on the "Recommend a friend and they buy a dozen and you both will get a free magnum."

B Minor Grampian Shiraz is real quality for the Grape Belief price
 
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6 bottle offer will be in addition to the 10% off $100

Well worth double stacking.. if you can find anything to buy
Is it?

Yeah, honestly I'd be scrapping the barrel but I'll do the math and see if anything works out.

Ended up with 3 Bin 28 2014 for $104 and CB should be 30%. Dan's has them for $55, and I already got a couple of 2018 so figured I'd jump on the 13".
 

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Winefront reviewed the 2016 Signature today by coincidence and gave it 93+. Possibly gives more credence to the fact it is the wine in question if it's also being sent out to reviewers ready for the market.

Personally, I think you're better off buying the 2015 from First Choice which is guaranteed to be the actual wine and fully labelled for ~$38 with the current 30% shopback promo. I agree with someone else who mentioned that it's likely to be Signature but possibly slightly different (and inferior) for the export market. If I did buy the GWD version, I would be happy to drink the unlabeled version at home by myself but I would feel too embarrassed to take it to a dinner or someone's house so it makes sense that it's dirt cheap as it needs to be.
 

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Is it?

Yeah, honestly I'd be scrapping the barrel but I'll do the math and see if anything works out.

Ended up with 3 Bin 28 2014 for $104 and CB should be 30%. Dan's has them for $55, and I already got a couple of 2018 so figured I'd jump on the 13".
Mate any mollydookers left? Adel seems to have been cleaned out of decent clearances.
 

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