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2 x 6 bottle cases of Australian Icon wines for £74.89 delivered @ Gondola + possible Quidco

£74.89 @ Testing
Quidco have a £40 of £100 discount code at the moment for yourfavouritewines (formerly Gondola) Code = QUIDCOWINE plus a possible 8% cashback as well on purchases. voucher valid til 30th November … Read More
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Quidco have a £40 of £100 discount code at the moment for yourfavouritewines (formerly Gondola) Code = QUIDCOWINE plus a possible 8% cashback as well on purchases. voucher valid til 30th November

(don't know if you have to go through quidco to validate voucher but better to be safe than sorry if you already have a quidco account)

Case contains
2 x Annie's Lane Clare Valley Riesling.
2 x Saltram Mamre Brook Shiraz.
2 x Wynns Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon

They are doing a case called Australian Icon that is very good value in itself but with the discount voucher makes it brilliant value (you don't have to order these two cases can order 1 and make order up to £100 with something else if you want) But these are very good wines that retail at a much higher price if bought separately

Go on a voyage of discovery with this very unique case of premium Australian wines; these wines offer you a unique sensory experience. 2 bottles of Annie’s Lane Riesling is one of the finest Rieslings from the Clare Valley region of South Australia, brimming with lime fruit character, and ripe exotic fruits – aromatic, and silky, and perfect with oriental dishes. 2 bottles of Saltram Mamre Brook Shiraz, from the renowned Barossa Valley, an intensely rich, velvety red, packed full of dense blackberry and mocha character, with hints of licorice and with a powerful, yet seductively smooth style, complex and lingering. Wynns Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon is an absolute classic; from the cool climate region of Coonawarra, this beautifully crafted wine combines the richness of blackcurrant and intense black fruit flavours, with a minty, bitter chocolate edge, and drifts into a supremely elegant, and well structured red, finely balanced, and very memorable.



2 x Annie's Lane Clare Valley Riesling.
2 x Saltram Mamre Brook Shiraz.
2 x Wynns Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon.
was £71.94
NOW £53.95 Buy now
Details of each wine


Annie's Lane Clare Valley Riesling
Country: Australia
Type: white
Price: £9.99
Classic characters of Clare Valley Riesling; minerals, lime and lemon with a hint of spring flowers. On the palate, limey citrus flavours show finesse and elegance with balanced crisp acidity with a lingering finish.

More info

Saltram Mamre Brook Shiraz
Country: Australia
Type: red
Price: £10.99
Intense blackcurrant and plum with hints of liquorice, spice and chocolate. This offers generous, rich characters of dark berry, plum and mocha with fine, softly textured tannins.

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Wynns Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon
Country: Australia
Type: red
Price: £14.99
Deep red. The nose shows dark fruit aromas with chocolate and rum and raisin notes. The palate shows intense cassis flavours with creamy oak nuances. The palate is rich and supple with layers of dark plum and marzipan-like fruit. The 2005 Wynns 'Black Label' Cabernet Sauvignon shows 'darker' fruit than the previous three vintages which showed more red fruit and mint flavours. In style, 2005 is more closely aligned with the vintages of 2001, 1999 and 1990.
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#1
Tesco direct doing 1 x 6 bottle case for £84 plus delivery. Over twice the price of yourfavouritewine for 2 cases after yourfavouritewine discount details here


Edited By: stephenjames84 on Nov 28, 2010 14:13: .
#2
Is that the price after Quidco? I don't see otherwise how it's possible...
If that's pre-Quidco, that's brilliant. Otherwise too pricey for me. :-(
#3
grantwomack
Is that the price after Quidco? I don't see otherwise how it's possible...
If that's pre-Quidco, that's brilliant. Otherwise too pricey for me. :-(


2 x £53.95 cases = £107.90 + £6.99 delivery = £114.89 total - £40 voucher = £74.89 + possible 8% Quidco approx £8.64 may be available to take off the price as well

Edited By: stephenjames84 on Nov 28, 2010 14:03
#4
Intrigued to know why this is being voted cold, love to know where you could get these 3 wines consisting of 12 bottles for under £75, if I have missed it, can someone please please show me where as you must have seen it somewhere I haven't
#5
Over £6 a bottle doesn't sound that great to me. I bought 12 x Wolf Blass Yellow Label a few weeks back for £47, *that* was a good deal.
#6
coco2007
Over £6 a bottle doesn't sound that great to me. I bought 12 x Wolf Blass Yellow Label a few weeks back for £47, *that* was a good deal.


Ok I see so unless a decent bottle of wine comes to under £4 a bottle it isn't a deal. Thanks I understand the deal criteria now and see why this is being voted cold. (_;)


Edited By: stephenjames84 on Nov 28, 2010 14:37
suspended#7
The white lightening army strike again.

Voted hot OP
#8
stephenjames84
coco2007
Over £6 a bottle doesn't sound that great to me. I bought 12 x Wolf Blass Yellow Label a few weeks back for £47, *that* was a good deal.


Ok I see so unless a decent bottle of wine comes to under £4 a bottle it isn't a deal. Thanks I understand the deal criteria now and see why this is being voted cold. (_;)



Ding, get that man a cigar.
#9
topcashback didn't pay when i used a voucher last time.
2 Likes #10
coco2007
stephenjames84
coco2007
Over £6 a bottle doesn't sound that great to me. I bought 12 x Wolf Blass Yellow Label a few weeks back for £47, *that* was a good deal.


Ok I see so unless a decent bottle of wine comes to under £4 a bottle it isn't a deal. Thanks I understand the deal criteria now and see why this is being voted cold. (_;)



Ding, get that man a cigar.


So long as the cigar is under 50p.and not an expensive hand rolled Cuban one, even if it was at a bargain price.... so I am keeping to the deal criteria on here :D




Edited By: stephenjames84 on Nov 28, 2010 15:34
#11
Haha :D

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