The highest rated wines we can find at case prices from £120.00 per case of 6. Cellar them for a decade or drink now. These are wines to savour, cherish and remember.
Here at Wine Direct we have a huge range of premium Australian wines, for this case we have analysed critic’s notes and considered our own opinion of the wines, to create a 1st class critics choice case. We have chosen wines that have impressed us year in year out, and feel that this case.. read more
New Zealand is now awash with exemplary wines, this can make your choice a hard one. We have researched these wines thoroughly and tasted them ourselves, and feel that this selection contains the cream of the crop. This case includes the iconic, timeless grapes of the island and emerging future.. read more
The spiritual home of this grape is in the Rhône Valley, France, where it is known as Syrah, however some of the oldest Shiraz vines have been found in the Barossa Valley. This mix case is a pure celebration of the beauty of the grape and we have chosen the most highly rated wines from the.. read more
This fabulous case includes our favourite Chenin Blanc and Pinotage wine, which are the flagship grapes of South Africa. All of these wines have been chosen because they are the finest in their field, the world’s best wine critics have rated them so, and we concur. These wines will.. read more
South America offers a wonderful wealth of superb wines. We have chosen this collection as it provides the ultimate in sensory experience. All have been judged to be at the top of their field by the most respected wine critics around the world, and represent pure wine indulgence.
Italy has a rich winemaking heritage, with vines being grown there extensively for centuries. New wave winemaking philosophy has resulted in a glorious array of traditional and contemporary wines. We have chosen a range that provides powerful examples of both, with producers that have.. read more
Along with Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir is one of the world’s most adored red grape varieties. It is a sensitive cultivar, and takes skill to grow successfully, which perhaps contributes to its appeal. Today there is a range of New World countries creating their own take on the Burgundy.. read more
Cabernet Sauvignon is potentially the most celebrated grape in the world, its spiritual home is of course Bordeaux where it is partially responsible for some of the most expensive wines in the world. The choice is overwhelming, as so many New World countries make Bordeaux blend and single.. read more
This is a dream case for any Spanish wine lover, these iconic wines have been unanimously scored highly by the most esteemed wine critics in the world. The range is a comprehensive representation of the most celebrated regions, including both DOCa’s Priorat and Rioja, and more up and.. read more