Australian Alternate Varieties Six-Pack

Impress your tastebuds with this six-pack of lesser known varieties from around Australia. You might just find a new favourite!

Save more than 10% off RRP $148


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Opting for the lesser known varietals can often mean scoring a great wine for a very attractive price! We can guarantee these off-the-beaten-track varietals from reliable Australian producers will surprise and delight.

Included in this six pack are:

1 x Blind Corner Blanc 2018: a rare blend of Chenin Blanc (a versatile, light-bodied white originally from the Loire Valley, France) and Sauvignon Blanc. This wine is refreshingly dry, bright and juicy, with stone fruits and grassy notes which will have you coming back for more.

1 x Tahbilk Marsanne 2011: with the largest and oldest single holding of Marsanne in the world, Tahbilk is a flagship producer for this rare varietal which originated from the Northern Rhone and Hermitage

1 x Lo Stesso Fiano 2017: grown in Southern Italy for millennia, Fiano is now making its splash in Australia. This expression, a second label of Jasper Hill, is well balanced and full bodied, with stone fruit, honeyed notes, and pear flavours.

1 x William Downie Petit Verdot 2015: Petit Verdot is most renowned for being a minority blending grape in Bordeaux reds, however this from renowned Victorian pinot maker William Downie shows that it can also confidently stand on its own. This fresh and fruity drop is drinking at its peak now! 

1 x Buckshot The Square Peg Zinfandel 2015: while the grape originates from Italy, this varietal is one of America's most popular reds. Buckshot make a delicious, full-bodied expression from Heathcote!

1 x Oakridge Pinot Meunier 2018: more commonly known as the third grape of champagne (after Pinot Noir and Chardonnay), Pinot Meunier is certainly an underrated and quaffable, easy drinking red wine.