Best value wines to raise a glass with this Aussie Wine Month

By Mariam Digges

Best value wines to raise a glass with this Aussie Wine Month
These six great value local drops won't break the budget as you celebrate Aussie Wine Month.

2013 Stonier Chardonnay, Mornington Peninsula, Vic $24

An excellent quality wine with sensational bang for buck, this Mornington Peninsula Chardonnay has a complex array of exotic citrus flavours.

Stonier Chardonnay

2012 Holm Oak Riesling, Rowella, Tas $25

This Tassy Riesling is exceptional value for lovers of delicate and aromatic wines. The palate shows fantastic fruit purity and steely acidity.

Holm Oak

2011 Lowe Mudgee Blue Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon, Mudgee, NSW $30

A traditional, ‘true blue’ Mudgee red, the Lowe Mudgee Blue Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon is a concentrated wine with finesse.

Lowe Mudgee Blue

2012 Spring Seed ‘Poppy’ Pinot Grigio, McLaren Vale, SA $18

Spring Seed Wines are made from grapes lovingly grown in their family’s organic McLaren Vale vineyard. This love carries through to the delicate flavours and the beautiful bottle – an absolute steal.


2012 Banrock Station Red Moscato, SA $10 

Moscato is quickly becoming one of Australia’s fastest growing varieties with new wine drinkers falling in love with the fresh berry flavours and gentle spritz. The Banrock Station Red Moscato displays notes of lifted strawberry aromas and a delicate fairy floss texture.

Banrock Station Red Moscato

2011 Voyager Estate Girt by Sea Cabernet Merlot, Margaret River, WA $24 

This wine has classic hallmarks of a Margaret River Cabernet Merlot: rich and concentrated wine with fresh summer berry, cherry and plum fruits flavours.

Voyager Estate



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