$13.29 in any six
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$11.39 in any six
This Chateau Reynella half bottle from heaven is little short of jaw-dropping value for money, and hands down our pick of the bunch. Copper mahogany in colour, expect a lush nose of Christmas cake, dried fig, spice and spirit, while the palate is soft and cloying with nice heat, plenty of sweet spicy fruit, and a finish that pulls up toasty and dry.
No amount of screaming from the rooftops can convey how fantastic this wine is. A bargain at up to triple this price, it has a concentration lying in its depth of raisins and explosive Christmas pudding fruits that has to be tried to be believed.
Vintage: 16 Year Old Score: 96 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
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