The 1838 Reserve McLaren Vale Shiraz 2015 is on sale at Get Wines Direct priced at $13.99 a bottle (vs. its rrp of $26.99), which seems like a decent price for a good quality McLaren Vale Shiraz. The previous vintage was rated 94 points by the Wine Showcase Magazine.
This dozen case is also part of the BOGOF offer that Get Wines Direct frequently runs, so the per bottle price suddenly drops to half at $6.99. On top of all that, you'll get another 25% off with the latest Get Wines Direct coupon, which will give you an extra $41.97 discount.
Even if you add the delivery fee for two cases at $18, you're looking at paying just $6 for each bottle, or a total of $143.91 for 24 bottles of McLaren Vale Shiraz.
The cheapest McLaren Vale Shiraz at Dan Murphy's is priced at $8 a bottle, meanwhile you won't find any quality varieties on sale for less than $11 at neither WineMarket or Cellarmasters. This means that if you were to buy 24 bottles of the "cheapest" McLaren Vale Shiraz, you would be looking at paying at least $206 including delivery at Dan Murphys.