Find old favourites at great prices

Sometimes you don’t feel adventurous; you just want to buy a wine you love at a great price. We can help you.

We do the legwork. We trawl the major retailers, independents and wineries to find the best buys for old favourites – every week.

3 top examples

De Bortoli Windy Peak Chardonnay 2013 – this chardy offers terrific good every day drinking, and we often find it for $10.

McGuigan Bin 9000 Semillon 2007 – McGuigans make some real bargains like this aged Semillon you can buy for $13. Trophy at Decanter Wine Awards 2013 & Trophy Best Semillon of Show, 2014 National Wine Show of Australia.

Ninth Island Pinot Grigio 2013 – one of the best PGs around, from Tassie. Refined and restrained, lovely underlying fruit, we find it for $15.


…and many more

Leo Buring Clare Riesling 2013 – Superb Riesling for a pittance ($15). Classic ripe limes and a touch of bathpowder, long and fine and beautiful.

Stella Bella Margaret River Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2013 – a Margaret River winery with a big reputation that makes stylish wines. This one has more complexity than your average SSB from fermentation on lees, some batonage (lees stirring) and some oak maturation. Just $17.

Cape Mentelle Sauvignon Blanc Semillon 2014 – This Sauvignon Semillon benchmark is back on top form after a so-so period. Good to see, and we routinely find it for $18.

Angove Nine Vines Rosé 2014 – from an old family winery comes this bargain Rosé that’s won up 5 gold medals. Understated fruit, crisp, long and dry on the finish. Vibrant and refreshing, and just $10.

Pepperjack (1)St Hallett Gamekeepers Shiraz Grenache Touriga 2013 was a Jimmy Watson Trophy runner-up late last year, and it’s easy to see why. It’s oft and seductive, with sweet fruit and instant appeal, and it’s ready to drink. We’ve found it for as little as $10.

Jacob’s Creek Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 – another wine that punches way above its modest label , and has more to it than many more fancied Coonawarra reds. More aging potential too. We’ve found this for as little as $10.

Wirra Wirra Church Block Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz Merlot 2012 – A perennial favourite with a big heart. A bear hug of a wine really, full of sunshine, ripe fruit and touch of oak. We’ve found it for $15.

Kilikanoon Killermans Run Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 – Clare Valley Cabernet from a top winery and a great vintage for just $16. Better and more elegant than their Shiraz reds, absolute steal.

Pepperjack Shiraz 2012 beat Penfolds $150 RWT Shiraz in the Visy Best Australian Shiraz Challenge 2013 (More). We can show you where to buy the 2012 still, for under $20.

Brown Brothers Pinot Noir Chardonnay Pinot Meunier – without question one of the most consistent bubblies in Australia, and we often find it for $17.

Seppelt Original Sparkling Shiraz Vintage 2012 – always one of the best, this vintage won a trophy at the 2015 Sydney show. We find it for as little as $18.

Deen Vat 5 Botrytis Semillon 375ml 2009 – a terrific sticky at a not so sticky price of $10. Punches way above its price class.

 Yalumba’s Heggies Botrytis Riesling 2012 won trophies for the best Australian Riesling and the best sweet Riesling at the 2014 Canberra International Riesling Challenge. Very hard to find, but we can show you where to buy it for less than $20.

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