Hey just a recommendation on a couple of Pinots that I love (and I generally love Pinot) in the $20-$35 range depending on when and where you buy: Hoddles Creek and Mac Forbes. Both have an entry level Pinot at that price which are consistently well reviewed and just absolutely delightful to drink. Both are a modern style of Pinot (esp Mac Forbes) but I pick up a few whenever I can get a little discount. Sites like Different Drop, Wine Star, Randall’s are your friends for these sorts of smaller producers.Wine is global, my wallet is a country town
Just fishing, you still gotta try! But i know, it was a stretch! I think I'm going to research for a while as I've spent so much lately.
Courier already has all my Mollydooker!
From the wines I get from that subscription, I loved the Rochford Estate, Soumah, Paringa Estate, Josef Chromy, Relbia, Cape Bernier, so many!!Mate hahaha, believe me after last Saturday I know there's absolutely nothing left. I spent like $600 yesterday alone. I'm done for a while, unless something special pops up!
I'll look into it . Any favourites?
If anyone knows what to look for in French Pinots, shoot me a PM.
Theotherbordeaux sent me information about stock arriving, he mentioned as it's my first order he has some left overs and can give me pre-departure pricing. I just don't want to post a private link here. Thanks
besidesIm on the hunt to find solid Pinots for $10-20 of they exist, which I know is a stretch.
which is currently unavailable from Cellar One, and would only be <$20 using ($20 referral) creditI think I picked up some Stonier from Cellar One for $20 a while back and thought it wasn't bad for the money.
consider Eddystone Point Pinot Noir @ BWS: $38 - 50% clearance = $19 - 10% off $100 spend - 30% ShopBack = $12.44Any of these Pinots available at BWS? Sorry
Just fishing, you still gotta try! But i know, it was a stretch! I think I'm going to research for a while as I've spent so much lately.Don't limit yourself on the basis of cashback stacking discounts double 10% offs etc etc - there is a whole world of wonderful Pinot Noir out there - terrific wines from Mornington Peninsula, Geelong, Bannockburn, Gippsland, Tasmania, Central Otago etc etc that won't be there
Wow lucluc. Have you had a drink yet mate? Might help you slow down the spending
Browse the pinot thread also.
Buying wine just because it's cheap is a great way to accumulate a whole bunch of stuff you don't like.
I love my Pinot and the other comments are right, it is pretty hard to find a good deal on a good Pinot.
Joseph Faiveley Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2019If anyone knows what to look for in French Pinots, shoot me a PM.
how do you define spectacular?I mean no more wine, unless the discount and the wine is spectacular. I need to stick to my budget from next month.
I basically meant, unless a deal like the Art Series comes along I won't be buying anymore! Just super strict to my budget now.besides
which is currently unavailable from Cellar One, and would only be <$20 using ($20 referral) credit
consider Eddystone Point Pinot Noir @ BWS: $38 - 50% clearance = $19 - 10% off $100 spend - 30% ShopBack = $12.44
however, again, possibly follow your own advice?
hence stop spending and start drinking - or rather, if you're going to shop, then be more selective
don't be so focused on price/discount, when a bargain is all about value
value = benefit / cost
cost is relatively simple - price
benefit is more difficult to determine, especially when it seems that you don't know quite what you like yet
thus why you need to be more targeted, drinking to discover what you prefer
depending upon how much or often you drink, this can be done by changing things and having different sessions that each last over a week, fortnight, or month
for example, if you're trying to work out which grape varieties that you enjoy most, then for each period, pick a particular grape, and choose wines of that variety from various regions - have a mixed six-pack, with each bottle costing maybe $20-$30, or if that's too wide a range to be fair, then perhaps $20-$25 or $25-$30 instead
through this research, you should hopefully have a better understanding of what benefits you, and consequently, which deals are indeed bargains worth buying
Joseph Faiveley Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2019
how do you define spectacular?
Time to tempt you..I basically meant, unless a deal like the Art Series comes along I won't be buying anymore! Just super strict to my budget now
Time to tempt you..
30% cashback at Liquorland via shopback $30
cap (Starting at noon)
Stack with 10% off with code SITEWIDE
and flybys offer (2k points with $50 spend)
3 bottles of bin 28 for $68.55 ($22.85 ea)
2 bottles of St Andrews CS for $77 ($38.50 ea)
I haven't checked, but I got the feeling Whirlpool is based out of China.Have you been up to mischief on Whirlpool Luc?