Qantas epiQure are giving away a bottle of Penfolds Grange Shiraz 2009
Inspired by Secret Foodies and their adventurous food lovers, our friends at Qantas epiQure are inviting you to take a walk on the wild side. They’ve put together an exclusive offer for Eat Drink Play and Secret Foodies followers – a mystery wine pack for adventurous drinkers!
An assortment of high quality red and white wine is on offer, including some not-so-ordinary grape varieties such as fiano, gamay and marsanne. The Qantas epiQure cellar masters are committed to working with Australia’s best winemakers and producers to promote interesting local wines. So you know these will all be delicious.
Here is what’s included in the Adventurers Pack:
Pfeiffer Gamay 2015
Gamay is the grape behind the fruit-forward wines of Beaujolais and this example from family-owned Pfeiffer in Rutherglen is terrific. Replete with bright red cherry fruit and fresh acidity this light-bodied red is very moreish.
Yalumba Barossa Valley Malbec 2012
From a great SA vintage, this Malbec leaps from the glass with aromas of blueberry, cranberry and rhubarb. Fruit driven and fresh, showing subtle hints of fennel.
Dal Zotto Sangiovese Cabernet 2013
Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon are the basis of many sought-after Super-Tuscan wines. This version from Dal Zotto in Victoria’s King Valley shows just how great this blend can be. Medium bodied and savoury with morello cherry and a plush core of blackcurrant fruit this is the ultimate gourmet pizza wine.
SC Pannell Aromatico 2015
A fragrant and delicious blend of Gewurztraminer, Riesling and Pinot Gris with beautifully balanced natural acidity and mouth-filling sweetness on the finish. The ultimate BYO wine to pair with spicy Thai food.
Oliver’s Taranga Small Batch Fiano 2015
Fiano is one of the most exciting Italian varieties now finding a home in Australia. This small batch wine from Oliver’s Taranga opens with a bouquet of lime zest, hazelnut and dried herbs. The textured palate is chock full of bright pear and lime supported by fresh acidity. A great discovery.
Tahbilk Marsanne 2015
Bursting with zesty lemon citrus and honeysuckle this latest Marsanne from Tahbilk has to be one of Australia’s best kept secrets. A beautifully textured wine, it’s delicious young but equally can be cellared for 10 or more years if you can resist.
Valued at $132 for six, NOW $110 for six (so just over $18 a bottle). It’s an offer not to be missed.
To sweeten the deal we’re running a competition with Qantas epiQure. One lucky customer will win a bottle of Penfolds Grange Shiraz 2009 (valued at $749.99). Here’s how to enter:
Step 1. Visit this link: https://www.qantasepiqure.com/secretfoodies
Step 2. Tell us 24 words or less your favourite wine to drink in winter and why
Step 3. Purchase your Adventurers Mixed Six
Your six pack will be shipped to you directly and the winner of the Penfolds Grange will be notified on 5th July 2016.
For more info about Qantas epiQure see website.