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Wine Market - $99 a case of 12 Angoves Nine Vines Roses 2011. RRP $276 + 7.2% cashback

Posted By: jezebel8, posted 2012/08/27 03:15
I'm not really a drinker of wine, but this looks pretty cheap and apparently it has taken out a huge blue gold medal and many awards as well.

Wine is produced by a long established winery Angoves from South Australia.

The Rose is a very fine and refreshing wine that is bright red coloured with a Turkish delight and raspberry aroma - Not too sweet, but with a fruity flavour and finishes with crisp and dry and fresh. It seems to go well with Thai and Indian meals brilliantly.

Wine Market is selling a bottle for $8.25 but it normally retails for $23 a bottle. so, with 12 bottles it's a saving of $177 for a case of 12.
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  • gstok2012/08/27 04:49:46
    Please show me where you've seen it at $23 a bottle.

    And please tell me about the 'medals' - was it from a show? A reputable show? Have you ever noticed that when you read the fine print of 'medals' that it says something like "Gold medal - St Pauls Primary School Fete"?

    Rose is not really wine. It's for people who can't handle red wine but find white wine too "sweet". But hey, if it's your thing....
  • Donkey2012/08/27 06:23:20
    The $23 a bottle claim is marketing crap for sure same as 99% of what the Wine Market marketing dept write but the price at $8.25 a bottle is still good. It retails for $12.35 off Dan Murphy's and $11.25 off Jacks Wines both of which are on the cheap end of plonk prices.

    The medals
    2011 vintage - Sydney Int. Wine Comp 2011, TOP 100/BLUE GOLD
    2011 vintage - Decanter World Wine Awards UK 2012, Silver
    2011 vintage - Rutherglen Wine Show 2011, Silver
    2011 vintage - Australian Inland Wine Show 2011, Bronze
    2011 vintage - International Wine & Spirit Competition 2011, Bronze
    2011 vintage - Riverina Wine Show 2011, Bronze
    2011 vintage - Riverland Wine Show 2011, Bronze
    2011 vintage - Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2011, Bronze
    2011 vintage - Royal Hobart Wine Show 2011, Bronze

    The Sydney Int, Royal Hobart and Royal Adelaide shows have pedigree. Probably cant say the same about the Inland Wine Show but I've no idea really.

    I cant vouch for what it tastes like as I've not drunk it but the reviews put it as drinkable. There's nothing wrong with Rose. I've yet to come across a sublime one but its quaffable in the same way the legions of other pretty dull midrange mainstream reds and whites are.
  • jezebel82012/08/27 06:31:08
    gstok
    Please show me where you've seen it at $23 a bottle.

    And please tell me about the 'medals' - was it from a show? A reputable show? Have you ever noticed that when you read the fine print of 'medals' that it says something like "Gold medal - St Pauls Primary School Fete"?

    Rose is not really wine. It's for people who can't handle red wine but find white wine too "sweet". But hey, if it's your thing....

    Wow.. I see you are one of those who are trigger free with your negative and argumentative comments and obviously you are a wealth of knowledge when wine is concern.

    Firstly, they did win the blue gold medal from the Sydney International Wine Competition in 2012 not some primary school fete (I doubt wines are allowed to be sold at some primary school fetes, no?)

    and true to be told I can't find anywhere where it is listed as $23, but the cheapest I could find is with Dan Murphy & Crackawines, but Winemarket is selling them for $8.25 per bottle:

    Crackawines is selling $14.95 per bottle

    Dan Murphy is selling for roughly $12.99 per bottle = $146.52 for a case of 12.

    On top of that postage is $8 for a case and if this is your first order, you get $10 off and 7.2% cashback.

    But hey, it's still $99 a case + postage of $8 -$10 if this is your first order and also a cashback of 7.2% from buckscoop. Pretty sweet deal still, no?
  • labgirl2012/08/27 06:45:57
    I have drunk this, and it's a fine, not sweet, quaffing rose, one of my favorite summer drinks. Would I pay $23 a bottle, no, but I try not to pay RRP for anything!
    Oh and I would consider myself a 'real' wine drinker given my propensity for aged Penfolds and HV Shiraz but am happy with a refreshing dry rose when the weather heats up.

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