$129.90 for 12 Bottles of Grant Burge Barossa Valley 2009 Shiraz and 4 European Crystal Glasses PLUS Selector Magazine ($404.90 value)
- 12 bottles of expertly selected 2009 Shiraz
- Features 4 European crystal glasses
- Get inspired and keep updated on Australian wine industry developments with ‘Selector’ magazine
- Enjoy first class wine from a prestigious, long-established online Australian supplier
- Every bottle is judged by the Tasting Panel to medal winning standards.
- 1 voucher per person per visit
- Valid for 3 months
- Only 200 available
- Redeem by email:www.wineselectors.com.au/stardeals
- Postage and handling not included
- Liquor licence #117140
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Wine Selectors offers the curious and connoisseurs alike top shelf drops with the added assurance of specialist selection, through rigorous adherence to Australian Wine Show criteria and over 35 years’ experience. Aussie Grouponites treat themselves to $336 worth of Grant Burge Barossa Valley 2009 Shiraz. With 12 bottles, delicious dinner parties are simultaneously de-stressed and distinguished. Sip on balanced beverages using four exquisite European crystal glasses worthy of equally scintillating table banter ($60 value). Adding to this aerated experience is Selector magazine’s wine matched recipe tips to revamp cellars everywhere. The trials and tribulations of all things local industry are explored from the barrel-fermented, beefy and buttery perspectives of local and international aficionados.
Hunter Valley born and bred, Wine Selectors prides its produce and every aspect of its crisply charactered business on the gents and glorious ladies who dedicate their lives to reaping the benefits of ravishing raisins. Continuing to work closely with from-the-ground-up producers such as Tyrrell’s, McWilliam’s, Hungerford Hill, Tulloch Wines and Drayton’s, Wine Selectors wizards remain supportive of smaller boutique growers – which, in their full-bodied opinion, compose the very backbone of the profession.