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Young, Wild & Free - 3 Pack

$90.00

Young, Fresh and Fancy Free...

Welcome to our Young, Wild & Free 3 pack—a selection of wines that share a common thread of vivacity and free spirit!

A variation on a theme with three wines that ride the wave of raw, uninhibited vitality. Designed with drinkability in mind and a carefree ease to their

approach. We hope you enjoy these very fun wines!

2021 Azimut Blanc Penedes, Spain

The wines of Azimut are the bohemian Catalonian you met while backpacking through the south of Spain—rustic, characterful and intriguing. They have a keen focus on sustainability and exercise this not only through their farming and cellar practices, but even in their supply chain, choosing, for example, to source their bottles from a manufacturer less than 100km from the bodega. This is their single vineyard white blend, though it is definitely cloudy enough to drink in the orange category. It’s full of countryside charm and is designed for joyous al fresco spring drinking. 

Due to popular demand, 2022 Worlds Apart 'In the Flowers' Riesling has been replaced with:

2022 Ochota Barrels 'Surfer Rosa' McLaren Vale, Sa

What an immense pleasure to include this dry, savoury and immensely moreish rose in this pack. This is predominantly pinot noir and with a soupçon of grenache that come together to create a rose that's as comfortable sipped alone or alongside charcuterie, salmon tataki and other delicous salty and fatty things.

2021 Trutta 'Streamside' Shiraz Bendigo, Vic

Shiraz with the freshness turned right up. As Jake says: “Chuck it in the river and enjoy it chilled at the end of your day fishing.” We don’t all fish so you could just as easily pop it in the fridge for a half hour after staring at one too many spreadsheets. The fruit is thrown into a fermenter, spritzed with CO2 then left to macerate for twelve days. A little foot stomp before an overnight maceration leading into a winter’s hibernation. A splash of cabernet franc and riesling is added before bottling if you’re wondering why this shiraz seems to have uncharacteristic zip.