Dan Murphy's and Other Wine Deals

WrenchHammerMcTool

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thanks for sharing :) i usually receive their emails, but for some reason not that one this time - my picks:
  • Zalto Burgundy Glass (6 Pack) $288
red
  • Henschke Hill of Grace Shiraz 2016 $712
  • Henschke Hill of Roses Shiraz 2016 $360
  • Henschke Mount Edelstone Shiraz 2016 $180
  • Yarra Yering Dry Red Wine No. 1 2018 $87.99
  • Fletcher Recta Pete Barbaresco 2018 $63.99
  • Yangarra Ovitelli Grenache 2019 $47.99
  • Burn Cottage Moonlight Race Pinot Noir 2018 $47.99
  • Cape Mentelle Wallcliffe Merlot Petit Verdot 2015 $39.99
  • Place of Changing Winds Tradition Pinot Noir Syrah 2018 $31.99
  • Adelina Grenache 2018 $30.39
  • S.C. Pannell Syrah 2018 $27.99
white
  • Joh Jos Prüm Graacher Himmelreich Spätlese 2019 $75.99
  • Tolpuddle Chardonnay 2019 $63.99
  • Bindi Kostas Rind Chardonnay 2020 $51.99
  • Tapanappa Tiers Vineyard 1.5m Chardonnay 2019 $43.99
  • Frankland Estate Isolation Ridge Riesling 2018 $31.99
  • Luke Lambert Chardonnay 2020 $30.39
  • Calyx Lees Storm Chardonnay 2020 $28.79
  • Nick Spencer Chardonnay 2019 $27.99
Thanks also for this. About to pull the trigger on some
  • Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz 2019 $67.99
  • Burn Cottage Pinot Noir 2018 $71.99
  • Yarra Yering Dry Red Wine No. 1 2018 $87.99
  • Yarra Yering Dry Red Wine No. 2 2018 $87.99
 

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Grabbed 1x Bollinger Rosé & 2x Charles Heidsieck Rosé's - both were already with online offers ($120 & $130ea) so grand total of $330 after 15% CR.
 

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Plenty of those Clarendons are past their due date, half of what I saw is their entry range and years past prime drinking.

Langton's had their upper range and they cellar better.

There was some good buys, but I spent 2 hours digging individual reviews and just went with the latest years available bar 1 wine which didn't have appealing reviews.

I get what you're saying tho 😁
I expect that's right for the Clarendon Baker's Gully that GWD was selling (2008 and 2010). The 2010 and Mourvedre still has plenty in it imho, and is great at $25. But yes, the 2013 Grenache that Langton's has been selling (also for $25) is really excellent. Had some again yesterday with my carbonara and it was fab.

I picked up 11 x 2010 Brookman Shiraz last year for $50 a bottle in a deal with a bottle of Astralis, and I must say I was underwhelmed with that one, despite supposedly being better than their Liandra range.

Oh well.

Now... where are these last minute EoFY bargains!?
 

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Cellardoor mystery packages are on again. Message me if you need an invitation.

Our $100 packs have a discount off RRP of up to 50%. The $125 packs have a discount off RRP of up to 46%. The $175 packs have a discount off RRP of up to 57%.Our Mystery Packs may contain a mixed or straight selection of brands, varietals, both or either. *Mixed Pack Roulette: Promotion starts 12.01am AEDT Monday 28th June 2021 and ends 11.59pm AEDT Monday 28th June 2021 unless sold out prior. All packs are six bottle cases. Packs may contain a mixed or straight selection of brands, varietals, or both. Prices as marked. Minimum RRP $175.00 and maximum RRP $410.00. Limited product information is provided and members will only find out the product information upon delivery. Returns or exchanges for change of mind are not accepted. No rainchecks.
 

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Cellardoor mystery packages are on again. Message me if you need an invitation.

Our $100 packs have a discount off RRP of up to 50%. The $125 packs have a discount off RRP of up to 46%. The $175 packs have a discount off RRP of up to 57%.Our Mystery Packs may contain a mixed or straight selection of brands, varietals, both or either. *Mixed Pack Roulette: Promotion starts 12.01am AEDT Monday 28th June 2021 and ends 11.59pm AEDT Monday 28th June 2021 unless sold out prior. All packs are six bottle cases. Packs may contain a mixed or straight selection of brands, varietals, or both. Prices as marked. Minimum RRP $175.00 and maximum RRP $410.00. Limited product information is provided and members will only find out the product information upon delivery. Returns or exchanges for change of mind are not accepted. No rainchecks.
I wonder how these compare to previous ones. I thought in the past there were 3 packs etc, so I guess at 6 for $175 with a max rrp of $410 the Penfolds 389 and 407's are not likely to feature.
 

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I wonder how these compare to previous ones. I thought in the past there were 3 packs etc, so I guess at 6 for $175 with a max rrp of $410 the Penfolds 389 and 407's are not likely to feature.
I wonder how these compare to previous ones. I thought in the past there were 3 packs etc, so I guess at 6 for $175 with a max rrp of $410 the Penfolds 389 and 407's are not likely to feature.
Last time they had the 240 packs. I was extremely lucky with a 6 pack full of RWT, 407, 389... Doesnt look this time. And all available in large quantities for those having the "pick the ones with low availability" strategy. But who knows. Penfolds and Wynns are launching their new vintage soon and it is end of the financial year...
 
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Yes very tempted by the mystery packs as have been pretty lucky in the past, but the lower max RRP and the buckets being all in high availability have me hesitant to commit.
 

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Yes very tempted by the mystery packs as have been pretty lucky in the past, but the lower max RRP and the buckets being all in high availability have me hesitant to commit.
I was interested when someone mentioned their Penfolds pack.
It seems hit & miss, and you can't return.
 

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Cellardoor mystery packages are on again. Message me if you need an invitation.

Our $100 packs have a discount off RRP of up to 50%. The $125 packs have a discount off RRP of up to 46%. The $175 packs have a discount off RRP of up to 57%.Our Mystery Packs may contain a mixed or straight selection of brands, varietals, both or either. *Mixed Pack Roulette: Promotion starts 12.01am AEDT Monday 28th June 2021 and ends 11.59pm AEDT Monday 28th June 2021 unless sold out prior. All packs are six bottle cases. Packs may contain a mixed or straight selection of brands, varietals, or both. Prices as marked. Minimum RRP $175.00 and maximum RRP $410.00. Limited product information is provided and members will only find out the product information upon delivery. Returns or exchanges for change of mind are not accepted. No rainch

Yes very tempted by the mystery packs as have been pretty lucky in the past, but the lower max RRP and the buckets being all in high availability have me hesitant to commit.
When I plugged in some attempts, the second $175 bucket seemed to have fewer? So, it cld either be the really good $410 one or maybe the really bad one... roulette!

(I must say I was super-jealous at previous ones, but yes, this one is not likely to reach those 389/407 heights at all).
 

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When I plugged in some attempts, the second $175 bucket seemed to have fewer? So, it cld either be the really good $410 one or maybe the really bad one... roulette!

(I must say I was super-jealous at previous ones, but yes, this one is not likely to reach those 389/407 heights at all).
Someone is getting shafted either way 😬
 

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I couldn't resist, went for the second $175 option ... will update here as to whether I won or lost...
I also rolled the dice on the $175 option, with $20 off for the first order and free deliver works out to just under $26 a bottle so worth a go. I will also post when it arrives so we can compare notes.
 

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Also tempted to take a punt

I also rolled the dice on the $175 option, with $20 off for the first order and free deliver works out to just under $26 a bottle so worth a go. I will also post when it arrives so we can compare notes.

Do you need a code to access the $20 off? I haven't ordered from them before but am not getting any discounts in my cart
 

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It may have expired
Shame, thanks for that. Any other discounts/codes going for first timers?

Basically you got 3 $175 options and you randomly get 1 of the packages?

I would absolutely be annoyed if I got all whites, as I barely drink them. I cant find many bottles around $68 on the website, would be around $410 rrp
It reads like it could be a selection of different bottles, with presumably different prices for each. So the $410 pack might have a $200 bottle and 5 $40 bottles for example
 

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Shame, thanks for that. Any other discounts/codes going for first timers?


It reads like it could be a selection of different bottles, with presumably different prices for each. So the $410 pack might have a $200 bottle and 5 $40 bottles for example
Yeah, I mean it still seems like good value in a sense.
 

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Shame, thanks for that. Any other discounts/codes going for first timers?


It reads like it could be a selection of different bottles, with presumably different prices for each. So the $410 pack might have a $200 bottle and 5 $40 bottles for example

That would be horrible
The $200 bottle is probably $120 fair value (thinking RWT) and the other $40 bottles probably a write-off.
 
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