Have trouble making decisions? Us too. Which is why we’re bringing you a bangin’ bundle of all three seriously juicy Bagnums, plus FREE SHIPPING. Because bigger is truly better.

You’ll get a whopping 4.5L of premium Sparrow and Vine wine including the 1.5L Sangiovese Rose Bagnum, the 1.5L Nero D’Avola Red Bagnum and the 1.5L Semillon White Bagnum.

Why Buy Bagged?
  • Serves 30
  • Fast-chilling
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Stays fresh for 28 days from your first pour
  • Eco-friendly with 80% lower carbon footprint 
  • Perfectly paired with picnics, parties and free pours


Sangiovese Rose Bagnum

Have you ever poured Rosé from a bag? No? Well, you’re about to start a new hobby this summer which will involve repeatedly reaching for the nozzle of our refreshing Bagnum Rosé.

Filled with a full-flavoured but distinctly dry Sangiovese Rosé, the handpicked grapes in this wine produce a tangy cherry flavour and crunchy acidity, leaving a clean finish on the palate. Perfectly paired with Timmy Chalamet—uhh, we mean a charcuterie board, this splash screams “I better wrap some prosciutto around a melon, stat.” We reckon a twiggy stick or two would go down well, too.

Nero D’Avola Red Bagnum
Think Euro summer vaycay with notes of ‘Straya. Using Nero D’Avola vines imported from Sicily and grown in the Murray Darling near Mildura, comes a medium weight juicy red vino full of dark cherry and plum fruit.

Tempered with a lil’ spiciness and slightly chewy tannin (aka that deep, oaky taste), this bad boy is dangerously easy to drink. And true to this red varietal’s rep it’ll also make the perfect companion to rich meats like a medium-rare eye fillet or a boujee’d Bunnings sausage sanga—whatever floats your boat, hun.

Semillon White Bagnum
Our bag of white is filled with a citrus-tinged dry vino crafted from grapes grown in the Lower Hunter Valley region. It’s super crisp, loaded with lemony scents and balanced out by tangy bursts of citrus and white nectarines.

This Bagnum is perfectly paired with seafood, from fresh Sydney Rock Oysters to a basket of battered fish and chips (preferably enjoyed beachside, but you do you).It probs still works with a Filet-O-Fish too.

Country: Australia

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