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In the second of a series of restaurant collaboration packs, we’ve teamed up with Grossi Restaurants – the family behind Melbourne institutions such as Florentino, Merchant, Ombra and Arlechin, as well as Garum in Perth – to put together this enGROSSIngly drinkable six-pack.
Guy Grossi and CellarHand founder Patrick Walsh are contemporaries – born a year apart – and the two businesses have been deeply connected since CellarHand started out in 1999. Coincidentally, that was the same year the Grossi family took over the iconic, historic Florentino restaurant.
We’ve seen the next generation, Carlo and Loredana, continue the tradition of warm hospitality while their flair has kept the group at the cutting edge of Australia’s dining scene.
In addition to the wines, you’ll receive a recipe card for Grossi’s duck and porcini tortellini, which Carlo says goes down a treat with the Shadowfax Pinot Noir.

Name Range Discount
Introductory Offer 6 - 1000 10 %

NV Stefano Lubiana Sparkling Brut Reserve

This year’s Tasmanian Wine Show trophy winner has iced pastry aromas, and some bread and brioche notes. The palate quite rich, full and rounded, its richness enhanced by a well-judged touch of sweetness. 95 points. Huon Hooke, The Age

2018 Geoff Weaver Sauvignon Blanc

Geoff Weaver's Sauvignon Blancs have always had a flavour wheel and mouthfeel of their own. A plaited rope of gooseberry, exotic tree fruits and white peaches and cream make this a compelling wine. The Adelaide Hills and sauvignon balance have always given each other a hug. 94 points. James Halliday, Halliday Wine Companion

2019 Onannon Mornington Peninsula Chardonnay

It’s fresh and brisk, a little bit fruity and creamy, but fine-boned too. Some flint and funk, almond and preserved lemon, good energy and cut, lemon rind and crunch on a pretty long finish. It’ll be better again in a couple of months, like all of us. 94 Points, Gary Walsh, The Wine Front

2020 Airlie Bank Gris on Skins

Lovely and fragrant. Strawberries - flesh, juice and leaf, all leaping from the glass. A hint of tea leaf as well. Striking acidity this year, which only reinforces the brisk nature of this wine, with all its pithy and bitter notes. There is sweet fruit in the core but all around its amaro, hay, leaves and pleasing bitterness. Easy to love, and to enjoy. Sam Hooper, CellarHand

2019 Shadowfax Macedon Ranges Pinot Noir

Dark cherry, baking spice, toasted hazelnut, a flicker of mint and rose. It’s mid-weight, flavoursome, a subtle cranberry juiciness, lovely shale-y sort of tannin, maybe boysenberry, quiet succulence, and a fine long finish. You’re having it large here, at a very fair price. 94 points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front

2018 Glaetzer Bishop Shiraz

From vines 35-120yo in Ebenezer yielding 3t/ha. Open-fermented, extended maceration, then maturation for 16 months in hogsheads (40% new, 95% French). The use of French oak has put a polish on the wine, which has a loyal following. 93 points. James Halliday, Halliday Wine Companion 2021 All Shiraz, all from the Ebenezer section of the northern Barossa, the 2018 Bishop Shiraz is a super value in the context of Barossa, and Australian Shiraz in general. Matured in only 5% new oak hogsheads, it delivers bountiful cherry and raspberry fruit, accented by hints of mocha and cola. It's medium to full-bodied, plump and juicy, fruity and lush, but reined in by firm, savory tannins on the long, mouthwatering finish. It should drink well for up to a decade. 92 points. Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate