Thank you for making Greater Group’s 2021 Bastille Day festivities at Platform 28 such a pleasure.

It’s always CellarHand’s honour to be part of this celebration, with the help of some carefully selected wines.

For Bastille Day revellers, CellarHand is offering 10% off the wines, which are detailed below.

In addition, you’ll receive 10% off orders of 6 or more, and free shipping on orders over $200.

ImageNamePriceQuantityBuyCritic Reviews
2020 Shadowfax Macedon Ranges Pinot Noir2020 Shadowfax Macedon Ranges Pinot Noir$36.00
This is a fine, powerful example of cool-climate, high-altitude Macedon Ranges Pinot Noir. The nose shows brooding spice aromas including cardamom, star anise, sandalwood and citrus blossom, with maraschino cherries and wild berries. Blackberries and spice spill onto the expansive palate, which has elegant poise from seams of ripe grape tannins. It's persistent yet light on its feet, bringing you back for more.
2020 Dominique Piron Beaujolais-Villages2020 Dominique Piron Beaujolais-Villages$27.00
The vines for Dominique Piron Beaujolais-Villages surround the crus on the hills of the northern half of Beaujolais, and the team chooses wines with juicy fruit, complexity and fine structure for this great-value Beaujolais-Villages bottling.
2019 Pierre Amadieu Côtes-du-Rhône 'Roulepierre' Rouge2019 Pierre Amadieu Côtes-du-Rhône 'Roulepierre' Rouge$25.00
Show-stopping value and quality again from this most reliable of southern Rhône producers. Laced with earth and spice, its juicy bouquet of cranberries, blood plums and cherries precedes a long, richly flavoured and textural palate of crunchiness and brightness. Red and blue fruits framed by mouth-coating tannins drive long and impactful towards a faintly meaty, savoury and liquorice-like finish that becomes more mineral with aeration. Delicious! Jeremy Oliver, Gourmet Traveller WINE
2019 Paul Blanck Pinot Gris2019 Paul Blanck Pinot Gris$36.00
This classic dry Alsace Pinot Gris offers a gently aromatic nose of peach and nectarine flesh with cereal grain. The attack is delicate and concise, leading to a nicely fleshed-out and sappy palate. It has exquisite feel, reminiscent of angora wool, with the flavours developing into a smooth balsamic style. A delicious wine to quench thirst and provoke meditation.
2019 Louis Michel Petit Chablis2019 Louis Michel Petit Chablis$47.00
These younger vines on shallow and very stony Portlandian limestone soils,give a fresh, lively, fruit-forward wine to be enjoyed in its youth.
2019 Frankland Estate Chardonnay2019 Frankland Estate Chardonnay$30.00
Light to mid, bright yellow hue. The bouquet has grapefruit, passionfruit and fresh garden herb aromas. Clean, fresh and vibrant. Good intensity and refinement; direct, incisive flavours, with decent persistence. Fruit drives the wine, ably assisted by lively acidity. A fine wine. 90 points. Huon Hooke, The Real Review 
2018 Scorpo Pinot Gris2018 Scorpo Pinot Gris$33.00
One of the original champions of Mornington Peninsula Pinot Gris, and still a standard-bearer. Apple, apricot and pear notes combine with musk complexity. More of the same on the palate with the texture that Paul Scorpo's Gris is renowned for. Silky, focused and unctuous.
2018 S.C. Pannell The Vale Shiraz Grenache2018 S.C. Pannell The Vale Shiraz Grenache$41.00
Dark berries and raspberry, saline with some orange and dried floral notes. Plenty of nourishing tannin here built into a chocolate and ferrous flavour base. Nutty too, with a dried seaweed character on a long firm finish. Beautifully made, and appropriately named. 94 points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front 
2014 Hattingley Valley Rosé2014 Hattingley Valley Rosé$91.00
Very pale pink in glass, the bouquet is likewise ‘pale’ with soft strawberry, raspberry scents, overlay of talc, a whiff of red apple and some faint citrus. The palate is assertive in its chalky, sherbetty acidity, a belt that runs through lightly juicy red berry fruit flavours and zings the wine long and refreshing, to an almost pin-point-mouth-watering conclusion. It’s a very precise feeling wine, barely showing fruitiness, all about the elemental, mineral-esque charm. Very good wine here, bound up and full of energy and freshness. Yep, worth the visit. 93 points. Mike Bennie, The Wine Front