With member pricing under $50 for all (and under $30 for 4 of the wines!) you would be hard-pressed to find better value red wines in Australia - in fact, the Millbrook 2022 Regional GSM was recently awarded a trophy for the best value wine in the country!
The 6 wines have collectively been awarded 5 trophies and 18 gold medals, including the prestigious Max Schubert Trophy for Most Outstanding Red Wine (Evans & Tate 2019 Redbrook Estate Shiraz) and The Dan Murphy's Value Perennial Trophy for Best Value Wine (Millbrook 2022 Regional GSM). There is also the Dalwhinnie 2022 LDR Shiraz which is made from the same fruit as The Eagle Shiraz (priced at $185), a silky Tasmanian Pinot Noir for under $30 and 2 of the most popular best value Deep Woods Estate reds.
1 x Dalwhinnie 2022 LDR Shiraz
1 x Deep Woods Estate 2021 Single Vineyard Cabernet Malbec
1 x Millbrook 2022 Regional GSM
1 x Deep Woods Estate 2020 Hillside Cabernet Sauvignon
1 x Strelley Farm Estate 2022 Pinot Noir
1 x Evans & Tate 2019 Redbrook Estate Shiraz
Perth Royal Wine Awards 2023
Royal Queensland Wine Awards 2023
Western Victorian Wine Challenge 2023
Halliday Wine Companion 2024
At once powerful yet contained with the varieties (percentage split unknown) beautifully matched. While the classy cabernet aromas and flavours come through, they are rendered more savoury by the malbec and oak. The fuller-bodied palate is alive and vibrant, flavours build and the tannins have presence, all textural and ripe. The finish lingers long as will this wine as in at least two decades.96
Sydney Royal Wine Show 2023
The Dan Murphy’s Value Perennial Trophy for Best Value Wine (White, Rosé or Red)
Swan Valley Wine Show 2023
Margaret River Wine Show 2021
Perth Royal Wine Awards 2021
Wine Show of Western Australia 2021
Erin Larkin, Halliday Wine Companion 2023
Fruit from the Deep Woods vineyard in Yallingup (in the north). Up to 14 days on skins, seperate batches are sent straight to barrel for maturation in French oak (15% new). $25, and you know it's going to be good. Fine, shapely, powdery tannins (slightly chewy, too) back up the concentrated, ripe, red and black berry fruit. With a sprinkling of ground star anise, peppercorns and laced together with briny acidity, this is a cracking little wine. Super-smart.
Campbell Mattinson, Halliday Wine Companion 2024
Fresh, attractive varietal flavour with spice notes inlaid and high drinkability all-around. If you have an itch to drink Pinot Noir, this scratches it pretty well. It offers sweet-sour cherry flavours, cedar-smoked oak, a touch of mint and a flash of undergrowth. It feels shy/abbreviated on the finish when it's first opened, but given a little time to breathe, it extends nicely.
Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2023
Max Schubert Trophy for Most Outstanding Red Wine of Show
Best Shiraz of Show
Best Shiraz 2020 Vintage & Older
Sydney Royal Wine Awards 2023
Melbourne Royal Wine Awards 2022
Royal Queensland Wine Awards 2022
Perth Royal Wine Show 2022
Royal Hobart Wine Show 2022
Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2022
Margaret River Wine Show 2021
Perth Royal Wine Show 2021
Royal Hobart Wine Show 2021
Ray Jordan's Top 100 Reds 2023
A mighty good partner to the Cabernet from the same vintage. This is thick and densely concentrated with lashings of dark plum, fruitcake and rich dark chocolate. Add to that some mulberry and savoury oak influences and you have an outstanding example of Shiraz from the heart of Margaret River.