Save 50% off Nugan Estate Manuka Grove Vineyard Durif 2010 compared to prices elsewhere with Cellarmasters voucher

Save 50% off Nugan Estate Manuka Grove Vineyard Durif 2010 compared to prices elsewhere with Cellarmasters voucher

Cellarmasters has various active vouchers at the moment, which give you steaming bargains on a selection of white and reds sitewide.

Using the $100 off $219 spend code (1234100PROMO) for example will get you the Nugan Estate Manuka Grove Vineyard Durif 2010 for just $11.66 a bottle vs. prices of $21.80+ elsewhere.

The case of a dozen of this award winning, multiple gold medalist Durif would work out at $139.88 + delivery after the discount, which is a steal compared to prices at other stores:

- Myer Wine $261.60
- Wineswarehouse $263.40
- Crackawines $275.88
- Jim's Cellars $275.88

"Excellent colour, still full, bright and deep; durif and the Riverina go hand in hand, the generous yields taming the tannins, but not dismembering the still luscious fruit. It all works so well." 94 points, James Halliday

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  • vikk
    Here's the link for a deal I have written up a couple of days ago stacking Cellarmasters' vouchers with wines already on sale at 50% off. Bottles start from $5.75.
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  • vikk
    If you have problems getting onto Cellarmasters' page, this link will get you directly to the Nugan Estate Durif.
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  • vikk
    These Cellarmasters vouchers expire on Saturday, so here are some more recommendations from me for those who would like to take advantage of their offer: * $30 off orders over $99 - Get the Stefano De Pieri Shiraz 2014 for $77.88 ($6.49 a bottle) "Stefano de Pieri decided to have his own range of wines that reflect his Italian spirit and the region he lives in. Mostly hand-picked, the fruit comes from a variety of Mildura vineyards, including the highly respected Chalmers Nursery vineyard. They are intended to be fresh and zesty, deliberately aiming at lower alcohol, to retain as much natural acidity as possible, designed to go with food, and inexpensive and easy to enjoy, reflecting Stefanos philosophy of generosity and warmth." James Halliday * $50 off orders over $149 - Get the Paxton Mclaren Vale Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 for $117.88 ($9.82 a bottle) Paxton's MV varieties sell for around $18 a bottle at Dan's and Crackawines for example, so I think paying below $10 for this red blend is a great deal. Given 4.5 stars out of 5 by Cellarmasters' customers. * $100 off orders over $219 - Get the Mount Pleasant Home Paddock Shiraz 2014 for $139.88 ($11.66 a bottle) It's about the same price as the case of six would cost you from McWilliam's, so you're saving roughly 50% off this Hunter Valley Shiraz. Versions of McWilliam's Mount Pleasant Paddock Shiraz' typically sell for over $25 a bottle elsewhere.
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