The best
  • red wine
  • white wine
  • champagne
  • rosé
  • whisky
  • spirits
  • beer
deals in Australia

Midday Somewhere tracks Australia’s top retailers to help you buy your favourite drinks at rock bottom prices.

Join for free How it works

Craggy Range

Craggy Range Te Kahu Merlot Blend

Te Kahu is a wine of richness, with lovely black fruit flavours, hints of spice and long, fine graceful finish. From gravelly soil, it is made very much in the image of good Bordeaux.

Craggy Range Avery Sauvignon Blanc

Craggy Range Avery Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc is a true star in the field of New Zealand Sauvignon Blancs. This is a wine with quite brilliant structure consisting of a fine line of acid and great minerality. Flavour notes of herbs, wet slate and gooseberry to give some varietal lift.

Craggy Range Gimblett Gravels Le Sol

Craggy Range Gimblett Chardonnay

The Gimblett Gravels Chardonnay is made using very traditional winemaking techniques involving wild yeasts and the use of French oak barriques. The resulting wine is always finely flavoured and softly textured with a linear elegance that allows the wine to retain its freshness. Lovely aromatics of white flowers, peach, biscuit and flint. Integrated fresh flavours of stone fruits, lemon zest and roasted nuts create a generous and complex feel across the palate which is elegant and long on the finish.

Craggy Range Aroha Pinot Noir

An intriguing aromatic mix of warm spices, dried herbs, dark red rose petals and dusty cherries. Craggy Range Aroha Pinot Noir is complex and well integrated with fine oak and tannins, which provides the structural backbone.

Craggy Range Le Sol Syrah

With a name that directly translates from French as 'The Soil', the Le Sol Syrah (Shiraz) pays homage to the terroir that creates this rich and evocative wine. With the trademark Gimblett Gravels stony soil, with exhibits amazing refinement and breeding while not relinquishing body and complexity.

Craggy Range Te Kahu Blend

One could be forgiven for thinking you'd just opened a good Bordeaux, given the varieties used, the structure and style, and the fine French oak employed. Assured and elegant, there's a new world plushness, mineral core and herbal freshness that gives the game away. Yes, it's Hawke's Bay from a very good producer - the fastidious Craggy Range. 73% Merlot, 13% Malbec, 12% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 2% Cabernet Franc. Tasted in August, 2022, after a few restful years in our cellar, the wine is impressive and ready to drink now, although you should be in no hurry. A graceful flow of plum and and mulberry flavours, touched by cedar and sandalwood, and smoothed by soft, ripe tannins, provides for stylish drinking. 2013 was, clearly, a very good year for this label.

Craggy Range Sophia Blend

Craggy Range Sophia Blend is a dark garnet colour. Lifted aromatics of dark berries, cassis, cocoa and wooden spices. Rich sweet fruit and hints of caramel are surrounded by firm fine tannins which provide elegance and great length on the palate.

Craggy Range Te Muna Pinot Noir

The unique terroir consisting of ancient stony soils allow the premier Pinot Noirs from Craggy Range to ripen gradually while still retaining perfect acid balance. This is on show perfectly in the Te Muna Road Pinot Noir that is sourced from the higher terrace on the Te Muna Road Estate which is planted with eight clones of Pinot in more than 40 different parcels. From this eclectic bunch the grapes are hand-picked and fermented naturally before spending eight months in French oak. The result is a Pinot of class and structure; dark and brooding with a texture not dissimilar to silk.

Craggy Range Martinborough Pinot Noir