Questions You Must Ask For Evaluating a Wine Deal

1. What is the offer?
Basically, it means taking stock of the type of offer. Often, getting some wines for free with the others is something which is the most preferred wine deal type. However, there could be enticing flat discounts on some of your favorite wines. And, then, there is always a likelihood of finding wines coming with some other product which might be of use to you or to your near and dear ones.
You do need to study the offer and understand what it has to offer to you.

2. Is the offer to your liking?

Does it meet your requirements? Does it leave you any better with money in pocket or adds value to the purchase?
If you been looking for something or had something at back of mind to buy, does any of the wine deal available online offer you that product? Does any of the wine at discounted price match your expectation?

3. Is there anything hidden in the offer which is not visible to customer or which has not been communicated?
Normally, you would not expect the online wine store to play mischief and hide any unusual charge that might be entailed. However, this might not be the case all the time. To be doubly sure, just take notice of any untoward expense which might be hidden during the course of purchase. This often happens when the offer is too good to be true. Making a few queries with the customer service or through emails can guarantee against these type of charges.

4. And finally, have you checked for other wine deals with competitors?
Just make this check one last time before going with the deal to ensure that they are not offering anything better.


Award Winner – Rosabrook Cabernet Sauvignon

Rosabrook Cabernet Sauvignon

About the Wine

The wine will reward after cellaring over a period of 5 years.

It is a Gold medal winner at Margaret River Wine Show 2017.

About Rosabrook Wines

Established in 1980, Calneggia family are the owners of Rosabrook wines. The winery is driven to make ‘elegant and fruity wines’ without comprising quality.

Brian Fletcher is the winemaker and long been associated with Rosabrook wines. Previously, he has worked with Evans and Tate and has a more than 30 years of experience in the winemaking industry. He is known to produce wines that are versatile, a well known and accomplished winemaker of Margaret River.

The vineyards are located in Rosabrook, 15 km away from Margaret River. They are as old as 25 years and produce intensely flavoured fruit.

Rosabrook wines produce a number of wine varietals such as Chardonnay, Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and varietals that are not much widely produced in the region such as Tempranillo and Shiraz.

Trendy – Vinaceous Voodoo Moon Malbec

Vinaceous Voodoo Moon Malbec

Vinaceous Voodoo Moon Malbec 2016 is textured, layered and rich in the palate with long and soft integrated tannins. Goes well with mature cheeses and roast meats.

Vinaceous wines were established in 2007. The fruit of its wines is sourced from the premium maritime wine regions of Australia – Adelaide Hills, Margaret River and McLaren Vale. Gavin Berry and Michael Kerrigan are the winemakers.

The winery is a 5-star rated winery by James Halliday. It also exports to international wine markets such as US, UK, Canada, South America etc.

Appreciable Wine – Wooing Tree Pinot Noir

Wooing tree pinot noir

Aromas of ripe cherries and raspberries with rich and smooth palate. This wine will develop further upon cellaring over several years.

Wooing Tree Pinot Noir has been appreciated well in wine competitions. It has won trophy at Hong Kong International Wines & Spirits Competition and Gold Medal at Australian and New Zealand Boutique Wine Show 2016.  Also been awarded 92 points by Wine Spectator Magazine in 2017.

Dazzling red – Yarra Yering Dry Red

Yarra Yering Dry Red No.3

Yarra Yering Dry Red No. 3 of 2013 vintage is filled with intense aromas of violets and berries with flavours of bitter chocolate and spices. To be consumed young, the wine will continue to develop lush characters upon cellaring over the period of 8 years. Enjoy this wine with red meat and cheddar cheese.

About the winery

Yarra Yering winery was established in 1969 by Dr Bailey Carrodus. The first vintage was released in 1973. The winery is in Yarra Valley, Victoria(Australia), known for its elegant and powerful wines. Its chief winemaker Sarah Crowe was named ‘Winemaker of the Year’ in 2017 James Halliday Wine Companion.

Sangria Wines-A Peek into Some Facts

It is basically red wine with chopped fruits and may additionally contain brandy or orange juice. The word ‘Sangria’ is derived from a Spanish word ‘Sangre’ meaning blood which relates to the red colour of the drink.

Brandy is the most common ingredient in making Sangria, it can well be substituted with sparkling water or flavored liqueur.

Predecessor to Sangria

It has a predecessor called ‘Sangaree’ which originated in the Caribbean and was taken as both a hot and cold drink.

Where is Sangria popular?

It is quite a popular drink in Portugal, Spain, Greece and England.

Serving temperature for Sangria?

Sangria wines taste best when served at cold temperature.

How many calories are present in a glass of Sangria?

There are about 91 calories in an 8-ounce glass of Sangria. Out of the total, 40% is attributed to alcohol content present in it.

Sangria Food Pairing?

Makes excellent pairing with spicy food since the sweetness in Sangria complements the spicy in the dishes. Sangria pairs well with seafood. It goes well with cheese like Brie and as well with Manchego, Pepperjack and Roncal. Spanish people love having this drink with Paella – a rice dish of Spain.

Sangria Blanca

When one hears the word ‘Sangria’ automatically red wine comes to the mind. Sangria Blanca is a new phenomenon in the world of Sangria wines. As the name suggests, ‘Sangria Blanca’ is a Sangria made of white wine such as Jumilla, Rueda and Valdepenas.

Geographical Labeling Rules in Europe

In Europe, the drinks labelled solely as Sangria means that the Sangria is made in Spain and Portugal otherwise the drink is associated with the country where it’s made and is labelled accordingly. For e.g. German Sangria or Swedish Sangria.

Sangria Wine Brand Australia

The most popular brand selling Sangria Wine in Australia is Yellow Tail Sangria.