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Want to learn about wine and kick start your wine drinking experience without breaking the bank? We’ve got you covered with this selection of Reds & Whites which not only has scored 93 Points or better from Australia's leading Wine Critics but serves to highlight that good wine does not have to be expensive.

3 bottles      Houghton Crofters Frankland Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
3 bottles      Mike Press Adelaide Hills Shiraz 2015
3 bottles      Willow Bridge Dragonfly Chardonnay 2015
3 bottles      Mike Press Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc 2016

Houghton Crofters Frankland Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
The bouquet has that elevated aroma unique to Frankland River, a purity of dark/cassis fruit, the palate following suit with one major exception: the powdery, persistent tannins on the finish. All this is encompassed in a perfectly balanced medium-bodied framework, guaranteeing a multi-decade life. Drink by: 2034; Price: $19.00; Alcohol: 13.5%; Rating: 94 Points & Special Value Star & Top 100 Wines of 2015 James Halliday

Bleasdale Bremerview Shiraz 2014
Destemmed to open fermenters, 15% whole berries, short cold soak, 9-12 days on skins, pressed to new (15%) and used French oak. Top gold National Wine Show ’15, gold Adelaide Wine Show and Melbourne Wine Awards. This is right in the heart of medium-bodied shiraz, black cherry, plum and blackberry fruits encased in a silken web of tannins, and a fleeting glimpse of French oak. Yes, it's $20. Alcohol: 14% alc; Price: $20.00; Drink to: 2030; Rating: 96 Points;  James Halliday Wine Companion 

Willow Bridge Dragonfly Chardonnay 2015
Halliday is extremely impressed saying the “palate has a tactile quality that highlights the complexity of flavours ranging through struck match, white peach and a burst of grapefruit zest on the long finish; Price: $20.00; Drink: to 2022; Rating: 94 Points & Top 100 Wines of 2015  

Mike Press Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc 2016
The vineyard is planted around Mike Press's house, and he makes the wine, delivering unbeatable value. Sub-$20 sauvignon blancs often wobble around the mouth with vague tropical fruits neither seeking nor delivering cause for thought. This has vital cut and thrust to its array of snow pea, gooseberry and guava flavours, the package neatly tied by no-nonsense acidity. Drink by: 2017; Price: $12.00; Date Tasted: Sept 2016; Alcohol: 13.9%; Rating: 91 Points; Special Value Star; Top 100 Wines of 2016; James Halliday Wine Companion


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