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Four wines $30 or under

Here are four wines that offer exceptional value at $30 or under.

Below you'll find four wines that offer incredible value for money. Starting with a $20 blend of grenache shiraz mourvèdre from Chapel Hill, a $28 rosé from Tillie J Wines in the Yarra Valley, a cabernet sauvignon for the same price from Mitchelton, and a $30 estate rosé from Medhurst.

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2021 Chapel Hill The Parson Grenache Shiraz Mourvèdre

2021 Chapel Hill The Parson Grenache Shiraz Mourvèdre

The Parson GSM provides a gateway to the quintessential McLaren Vale varieties with a focus on bright fruit flavours and a breezy texture. Smooth, silky and fruit driven with persistent fine-grained tannins. 

Chief winemaker Michael Fragos says: This is the blend that epitomises the charm and history of our beloved McLaren Vale. Grenache is the deserving hero that provides finesse and perfume. Shiraz contributes a succulent, mid-palate and structure, while mourvèdre brings everything together with a silky texture and an array of exotic spices.

H. What makes this wine such great value?
MF. The wine showcases the many splendours of McLaren Vale. It celebrates the climate, coastal location, unique vineyard sites and the expressive characteristics of three brilliant varieties. GSM blends are a great introduction to the evocative and alluring charms of grenache. 

Best enjoyed: Pair the 2021 with woodfired pizza – any flavour! 

RRP $20 | Drink now |

Medhurst Rose 2023

2023 Medhurst Estate Vineyard Rosé

Brilliant appearance, pale copper blush and a vibrant pink hue. Cooler vintage wild strawberries, grapefruit and blossom of jasmine nose, with notes of bay leaf in the background. The palate is fine and textured, again cassis and hints of passionfruit. The long chalky delicate line of the wine is a trademark of this single vineyard rosé. 

Winemaker Simon Steele says: This wine is pale and brilliant, making you want to drink it straight away. Its understated colour belies its intense but clean and long palate. It's drinking beautifully and is super versatile. 

H. What makes this wine such great value?
SS. The value is based on its origins – from mature, single vineyard grapes that are handpicked and gently handled in the winery. The flavours are powerful, yet delicate and refined. Chalky and fine.

Best enjoyed: This wine is best enjoyed with natural oysters and good company. 

RRP $30 | Drink to 2028 |

2020 Mitchelton Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon

2020 Mitchelton Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon

Deep ruby in colour, the 2020 Mitchelton Estate Single Vineyard Cabernet displays lifted aromas of dark black fruits, cedar, bay leaf, and spicy oak. The palate shows cassis and blackberry, fine-grained French oak provides savoury spice and structural balance to cocoa-like tannins. The wine is fine and elegant with a long, persistent finish.

Winemaker Natalie Cleghorn says: Being a big fan of cabernet sauvignon, and somewhat of a cabernet nerd, I adore this wine as it is a lovely example of an elegantly structured wine. The 2020 is approachable upon release and has the classic cabernet profile suggesting it will age well into the future.

H. What makes this wine such great value?
NC. The Mitchelton Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon is estate grown with a unique presence that reflects our vineyard. Each vintage we select our best parcels and with considered fermentation, along with judicious oak use, we see a wine that we believe reflects cabernet at its finest. 

Best enjoyed: Drink the 2020 with chargrilled venison, served with beetroot reduction and winter mash.

RRP $28 | Drink to 2035 |

2023 Tillie J Wines Anna’s Rosé

2023 Tillie J Wines Anna’s Rosé

As pretty as it is delicious. This wine entices with its vibrant and playful pink hue. The bouquet is bursting with fresh, ripe raspberries, strawberries and cream, and subtle hints of musky rose petal, Turkish delight. The palate is salivating and crisp with refreshing acidity; ripe red fruit notes persist with a moreish dry finish, beckoning you back for another sip.

Winemaker Tillie Johnston says: Picture yourself at a picnic with good mates. This rosé is the perfect accompaniment to a grazing platter in the sun. It’s named after my beloved mum, Anna, and has evolved over many glasses and yarns.

H. What makes this wine such great value?
TJ. It's spring in a bottle! Bright, refreshing and playful. This wine delights the senses with perfumed, juicy red fruit and flavour that jumps out of the glass. This is small batch winemaking at its best, made with the utmost care and love from bunch to bottle. It doesn’t get better than this when it come to enjoying a bottle with friends.

Best enjoyed: The salivating, freshness and moreish acidity featured in this wine lends itself to aromatic Asian cuisines, seafood such a prawns and salmon. And who could turn down the irresistible pairing of bacon in a BLT or crispy pork in a bánh mì! 

Released August 12, 2023 – pre order here.

RRP $28 | Drink to 2024 |