Earn up to 25,000 bonus Qantas Points

This month’s Straight off the Vine is all about exceptional wine and even more exceptional bonus points deals. Our cellar hero is the Pick a Treat Red Dozen, with a cool 10,000 bonus Qantas Points

Showcasing the 94-point Halliday rated Penny’s Hill Cracking Black Shiraz 2018, the 93-point Halliday rated Leconfield Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 and Hardys HRB Cabernet Sauvignon 2018, you won’t want to miss out. Enjoy this wine at $23.50 per bottle (was $27.33) in a case.

If you’re looking for something more, we have some other fantastic offers for you to enjoy. Use Qantas Points or cash on these delicious offers.
These offers are so good, you’ll have to be quick before they sell out. Offer ends 8 October 2021, unless sold out prior.++

Pick a treat red dozen

10,000 bonus points per case
Pick a Treat Red Dozen
Pick a Treat Red Dozen

Love rich reds? Love bonus points? Then don't let this selection of powerful and sumptuous reds with 10,000 points pass you by! You'll enjoy highly regarded Margaret River cabernet merlot, intense Barossa and McLaren shiraz, gorgeous grenache and plenty more.

Valued at  $327.98
per case of 12
Or 49,000 points
Avg.$23.50 per bottle in a case
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New to Qantas Wine - Arila Gardens

12,500 bonus points per case
Arila Barossa Inaugural Mix Six
Arila Barossa Inaugural Mix Six

Discover the elegant and dynamic wines of Arila Gardens, from the Moppa sub-region of the Barossa. The Clay family took ownership of the vineyards just a few years ago in 2018. Adam Clay previously worked as part of the Penfolds red winemaking team and the fruit from these and neighbouring vineyards have featured in the Barossa’s most exclusive wines, including Penfolds (Grange, Special Bins), Peter Lehmann’s (Masterton) and Torbreck (Runrig).

per case of 6
Or 57,420 points
Avg.$55.00 per bottle in a case

Sparkling 101 - Ancestral Production Method

Short for pétillant naturel (French for “naturally sparkling”), pet nat wines are made using the ancestral method, which is one of the first ways that sparkling wines were produced. Usually dry and lighter on the fizz, this method involves bottling before first fermentation has finished, which allows the process to complete in the bottle.

Sparkling 101 - Charmat & Tank

The tank method is a less expensive and less time-consuming method of producing sparkling wine, where the second fermentation takes place in a pressurised tank, rather than in the bottle. It’s a much better process for making bubbles in the style of Prosecco and Asti, which are all about freshness and aromatic intensity. 

  • Yarra Burn Prosecco NV
    Was  $16.50
    avg. per bottle in a case
  • Sensi Extra Dry Prosecco 2020

    Was  $19.99
    avg. per bottle in a case

Sparkling 101 - Champenoise & Traditional

If you see the words Méthode Traditionelle on a bottle of bubbles, then it has been crafted using the methods originally developed in the Champagne region of France and now adopted worldwide. Including sparkling wine from Australia, Cava from Spain and Cremant from other French regions. The wine is pressed, fermented, blended (if it is a non-vintage wine) and then fermented again in the bottle. Fun fact: it is said that the French monk Dom Pérignon invented the process.

Sparkling 101 - Styles of Sparkling Wine

Sparkling wine is now enjoyed for all occasions, whether you fancy a fun and flirty rose, more refined vintage-specific styles, or for when the occasion calls for it - champagne.

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++ Offers end 8 October 2021, unless sold out prior. Qantas may withdraw or extend these offers at any time.