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
2021 Shadowfax Macedon Ranges Pinot Noir2021 Shadowfax Macedon Ranges Pinot Noir$36.00
Fruit for the 2021 Shadowfax Macedon Ranges Pinot Noir was grown on the Little Hampton, Midhill, Big Shed, Straws Lane and Chanters Ridge vineyards. The wine has intrigue and flair in the glass, evolving over time. Dark cherry and spice spill onto the palate. This generous Pinot has breadth and expanse, yet shows poise from seams of ripe tannins. There is complexity galore with sandalwood and Campari spice interacting with dark plum fruits. The palate is long and persistent yet light on its feet, bringing you back for more. This is a powerful Pinot and a fine example of cool-climate, high-altitude Pinot Noir.
2020 Paul Blanck Pinot Gris2020 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.
2020 Dominique Piron Beaujolais-Villages2020 Dominique Piron Beaujolais-Villages$27.00

Graphite and pomegranate and wild night-jasmine, bosky fragrance. Particularly fine tannin texture, like a flute whittled out of olive wood and polished to a silky sheen. The fruit, dark red and sculpted, has startling purity for a Beaujolais-Villages. Clean, long, evening-breeze-fresh, graphite-lined finish. Very good value.
16.5/20 Tamlyn Currin, jancisrobinson.com

2019 Scorpo Pinot Gris2019 Scorpo Pinot Gris$36.00
Fruit for 2019 Scorpo Pinot Gris comes from the Scorpo family vineyard in Merricks North. This wine is rich, regal and aromatic. The complex and enticing nose draws you in with lifted apricots, peaches, candied orange, pears and apples. There is also a hint of beeswax and a graphite minerality to complete the layering on the nose. The palate is opulent and viscous, yet still with a fresh and driving tightness. There is peach skin, lemon pith and a gravelly edge providing wonderful texture to balance out the full palate. - Paul Scorpo  
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
2017 Hattingley Valley Rosé2017 Hattingley Valley Rosé$91.00
This blend of 56% Pinot Noir, 42% Meunier and 2% Pinot Précoce won ‘Best English Rosé’ at the International Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championship 2020. Typically crisp and racy with generous aromas of red berries, toast and cream, it's a lively and pure sparkling rosé that hums with English energy and elegance.