Dan Murphy's and Other Wine Deals

hachoo

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Hi all, am flying overseas tomorrow and considering buying some wines duty free in Singapore Changi on the way back. Haven’t done this before and wondering if the prices are a good deal there? Will be looking for French and maybe Italian reds. Any tips or advice?
Not sure which terminal you're going from but T3 with SQ - the main shop is closed for renovations at the moment and the two smaller shops are pretty lean. I bought whisky with my allowance.

From ADL - there's $66 Penfold Bin 150 (2 vintages) and $126 RWTs
 
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grapes7

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Well that's disappointing, thanks RB

I think you all set the bar too high for a mystery deal.

I got a couple case last year and even at the higher price its still a very nice drop for those that like a Barossa shiraz. More elegant and fruity than the 2013. Drinking up to 10 years not 2035 and was screw cap.
 

baragh

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I think you all set the bar too high for a mystery deal.

I got a couple case last year and even at the higher price its still a very nice drop for those that like a Barossa shiraz. More elegant and fruity than the 2013. Drinking up to 10 years not 2035 and was screw cap.
I think you're right but I'm still salty 😂

Good to hear it's a decent drop
 

redbigot

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I think you all set the bar too high for a mystery deal.

I got a couple case last year and even at the higher price its still a very nice drop for those that like a Barossa shiraz. More elegant and fruity than the 2013. Drinking up to 10 years not 2035 and was screw cap.
Twisted Trunk or Dry Bore? AFIK Twisted trunk has never been under screwcap.
 

grapes7

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Twisted Trunk or Dry Bore? AFIK Twisted trunk has never been under screwcap.
2017 Twisted Trunk was definitely screw cap. Bought twice from GWD. I was surprised too it came in s/c because prior vintages were in cork.

You might have got the premium ones if you got cork. Maybe diff markets.
 
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