This is my guess:anyone know what this is: https://www.crackawines.com.au/product/2013-mystery-95-point-coonawarra-cabernet
Great spotting Warlock. This has serious pedigree.Xanadu 2013 Cabernet Sauv https://www.crackawines.com.au/product/2013-xanadu-mr-cabernet-sauvignon?scrollto=tabs
down to around $25 a bottle delivered using voucher code PARTY for $30 off + 5.60% cash rewards.
Two weeks ago I returned from a week's tasting in Margs and this was perhaps the best mid tier Cabernet I tasted all week. Have just boomed on this and glad I neglected to buy any at $37 as it was on the cellar door.
Great wine and bargain at $25..
I know Cracka has a 50% offer a couple of weeks ago but pretty sure this wine wasn't available then.
have noticed the same shift in myself overtime.You're not wrong BF, so much so we could enter it at Crufts! Like many others on here the CM blitzkrieg has wiped out much of my wine-buying ammo unfortunately, otherwise I'd seriously consider lashing out on this one. I can feel my palate shifting inexorably towards the West away from the Barossan shiraz to the Margaret River Cab Sav, some of the most satisfying wine I've enjoyed this year have come from the region like the Artefacts 2012 Cab Sav http://www.driftwoodwines.com.au/wp...twood-Artifacts-2012-Cab-Sauv-TastingNote.pdf thanks Warlock for tempting me....
It was certainly my 'surprise' wine of the year thus far!I was just staring at a driftwood semilon in de cellar the other night. Great wine.
Funny that isn't it? I don't know whether they've become a bit flabby over time and that the WA wines (gross generalisation I know) are a bit more trim, taut and terrific. Churchview Estate is another one that has stood out for me especially the St John's Zinfandel although their lower tier cab sav was also delicious at only $8-9 a bottle through VM...have noticed the same shift in myself overtime.
I jumped on the Petaluma Hanlin Hill for $17 delivered - tried it before its good drinking at that price, Pikes didn't seem much cheaper than when on special - Coriole Prosseco is good buying with extra $10 offI'm looking at booming on the 2015 Stonier Pinot at about $15 a bottle delivered after the $20 welcome credit. Pikes Riesling would have been my other choice. It has a good pedigree and scores.