Packs from $145 for each box
WINES IN THIS PACK
2018 Tamburlaine Single Vineyard Pinot NoirOrange, NSW
Red cherries – Earth – Subtle oakTell me more...
2018 Little Goat Creek Pinot NoirMarlborough, NZ
Ripe Cherry – Mocha – SmoothTell me more...
2017 See Saw ChardonnayOrange, NSW
White Peach – Subtle Oak – FreshTell me more...
2017 Mr Natural ShirazMurrumbateman, NSW
Floral – Pepper – FreshTell me more...
2017 Babich Individual Vineyard Organic Sauvignon BlancMarlborough, NZ
Lemon – Blossum – CrunchyTell me more...
2017 Amisfield Sauvignon BlancCentral Otago, NZ
Citrus – Pink Grapefruit – CrunchyTell me more...
2017 ‘Heroes’ Sauvignon BlancOtway Hinterland-Geelong, Vic
Grassy – Sour citrus – VibrantTell me more...
2016 Thistle Ridge Pinot NoirNorth Canterbury, NZ
Red Cherry – Christmas Pudding – Subtle OakTell me more...
2016 PaB ShirazGippsland, Vic
Black Cherry – Black Pepper – JuicyTell me more...
2016 Horner Ash VerdelhoOrange, NSW
Tangy Lemon – Tropical Fruits – LivelyTell me more...
2015 Switch TempranilloMcLaren Vale, SA
Red Cherry – Plum – JuicyTell me more...
2015 Captains Creek ChardonnayDaylesford, Vic
Melon – Lightly-oaked – CrispTell me more...
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The Organic Pack
6 pack $145 12 pack $290 (RRP $320 12 pack)
10 regions and 6 varietals curated for the summer season. Premium producers, drink happy guarantee.
The Whites focus on fresh, fruit-forward Sauvignon Blancs and Chardonnays, and a tropical and tangy Verdelho.
The Reds focus on lighter-bodied reds, including a couple of easy-drinking medium-bodied Shirazes.
What does Organic mean?
The grapes for organic wine are grown free from chemical pesticides, herbicides, fertilisers and GMO’s. Organic viticulture means working with the natural environment to combat pests to create an ecosystem where flora and fauna can flourish, and healthy vines grow. In addition, maximum sulphur levels allowed as per the Australian Certified Organic Standard is about half that of conventional wine. Sulphur levels are capped at 100 ppm for red wine and 150 ppm for white and rose wine. In comparison, conventional wine is capped at 250 ppm for dry wine and 300 ppm for sweet wine.
Producers fall into three categories: certified, in conversion or practicing. Certified producers have gone through a three year certification process and yearly audits by a certifying body, therefore they can guarantee their wines are free from synthetic chemicals. In-conversion producers have commenced official conversion and can carry this label after one year. However, some producers choose not to go through the certification process, they are labelled Organic practicing.
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