The 2017 Victorian Wine Show trophy-winners have been revealed and now you have the chance to snag a dozen of them, including the pre-release 2015 Burke and Wills Heathcote Vat 1 Shiraz (Premier's Trophy for Victorian Wine of the Year) and 2006 Grampians Estate St Ethel's Shiraz (Best Museum Wine).

This covetable case of small-batch and regional icon wines, worth around $450, includes:

2015 Burke and Wills Heathcote Vat 1 Shiraz (Premier's Trophy for Best Victorian Wine of the Year)
2015 Coldstream Hills Deer Farm Vineyard Pinot Noir (Best Pinot Noir, Best Red Wine, Wine of Show)
2006 Grampians Estate St Ethel's Shiraz (Best Museum Wine)
2014 Blue Pyrenees Section One Shiraz (Best Shiraz)
2016 Best's Great Western Cabernet Sauvignon (Best Cabernet Sauvignon)
2016 DogRock Grenache (Best Other Red)
2015 Helen and Joey Estate Alena Chardonnay (Best Chardonnay, Best White Wine)
2017 Best's Great Western Riesling (Best Riesling)
2012 Greenstone Vineyards Methode Traditionelle Sparkling (Best Sparkling)
2012 Tahbilk 1927 Old Vines Marsanne (Best Other Dry White)
2015 Maygars Hill Shiraz (Best Small Producer)
Morris Old Premium Rare Liqueur Muscat (Best Fortifed Wine)

This year's trophy-winning wines were selected from more than 750 Victorian entries by an experienced panel of local and international wine judges. To taste them for yourself (and be aware that some are nearly sold out already) all you have to do is answer one simple question below.

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