Dynamic Duo

A superb gift for the wine connoisseur or lover!

Includes - 

1 x Ten Minutes By Tractor Estate Chardonnay 2016
1 x Luke Lambert Syrah 2016
1 x Duo Wooden Presentation Box 

Save over 7% off RRP of $103



Ten Minutes By Tractor Estate Chardonnay 2016

"Now a blend of four vineyards, the Estate Chardonnay takes a different tack this year, the vintage warmth delivering a wine that has more width and volume. There’s an extra edge of white chocolate on the nose this year too, though backed with a more traditional white peach and nectarine that is the Ten Minutes by Tractor trademark. Underneath, it’s a broadly proportioned wine with a notable depth of flavour this year – a more full-throttle Estate Chardonnay – though with plenty of acidity to carry off the style. Best drinking 2018-2026"

- Andrew Graham, Oz Wine Reviews



Luke Lambert Syrah 2016

95 Points!

“I’m no expert on Shiraz, in particular, but I reckon this is one of the best, and most interesting in the country.

Blackberry, raspberry, boysenberry, spice and perfume, slight whiff of mescal. Medium bodied, distinct ‘mineral’ feel to both acidity and tannin, layers of spice laced through a spectrum of berries, grilled meat, long bright finish, potpourri fragrance as it goes down the hatch. Vivid and articulate. It doesn’t grunt, it sings..”

- Gary Walsh, Wine Front, March 2017

93 Points!

"Sure, this latest iteration of Luke Lambert’s Yarra Valley Syrah (Shiraz. Let’s just all call Australian Syrah ‘Shiraz’) comes sealed with a cork. But that remains the only nod to old school styles, for this is as far from the ‘big and oaky Aussie Shiraz’ traditional stereotype as you could get.

Despite the obvious detail in the winemaking – handpicked, wild fermented in large old oak with 70% whole bunches and minimal fining or filtration – this also remains an awfully well-priced wine. No wonder it sells out fast.

From the start, this is gently spicy Shiraz with bright fruit and light tannins. That graceful, peppery, mid-weight style helps gives this a real delicacy, as if we’re talking Pinot rather than Shiraz. Peppercorns meet mulberry, the acid low, with just a little intrusion of firm edges courtesy of the whole bunches.

Lovely wine that entrances with its easy balance between serious tannins and sour fruit, with a generous beauty that is easy to appreciate (and so easy to drink). Not a profound wine, but a delicious one.

It’s a yes from me."

- Andrew Graham, Oz Wine Reviews, March 2017