There are a few as usual, if you dig a little deeper
Wynns Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon black label 2009 – still $22 in a mixed dozen at Vintage Cellars
Henschke Henry’s Seven 2009 – Another black label, and a Henschke is rare event in this price range: <$22 at 1st Choice. Halliday gives it 96, Huon Hooke 86 so check it first.
Teusner ‘The Gentleman’ Cabernet Sauvigon 2010 – The Teusner reds from the fabulous 2010 vintage are almost sold out. This one is still available from the winery for $19 http://www.teusner.com.au/sales.php?crn=205&rn=416&action=show_detail
Teusner’s wonderful Avatar 2010 is still around at $25 at MyCellars and $26 at Kemenys.
Captain Barossa still has big, cuddly and authentic Barossa reds from 2009 and 2010 for $18. The MacKenzie Shiraz is my favourite, the Elytra is a great rich softie and the AK Durif is steak and eggs in a bottle https://captainbarossa.com.au/cms/growers/products
Xanadu Next of Kin Shiraz 2010 – this is Xanadu’s entry level range but still Margaret River fruit. 2 tropies and 3 golds. $14 at MyCellars.
The mature red bargain of the moment is Seppelt's Grampians Cabernet 2005 for $14.50 at Dan M's (Cellar Release)
Maverick Twins Cabernets 2008 - $20 at MyCellars
Sister’s Run Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 - $16 at 1st Choice
Fox Gordon 8 Uncles Shiraz 2010 – bargain $14 at 1st Choice
Here are a couple of bargain whites if you get tired of reds:
Leo Buring Clare Valley Riesling Dry or off-Dry 2011 - $12.60 at 1st Choice
Moss Wood Ribbon Vale Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2011 - $20 at 1st Choice
And if you need a great champagne, Kemenys still have 1999 Lanson Brut for $50
For more white bargains, check out my post from last week on Aged Aussie Rieslings