A cleanskins wine is a red wine, white wine or sparkling that has no label providing you information on the winemaker or winery. There are many reasons that a wine might not get labelled. These could include:
Over production or a surplus of wine on the market reducing the price on the bulk wine market
Branded wines that were originally sold at a higher price and due to a new vintage were not labelled.
There are also winemakers who produces to offer a cost competitive product to the home consumer.
Cancelled orders that were yet to be labelled.
The Wine was produced to become house wines for the wholesale market and restaurants.
Traditionally cleanskins have been a way for the wine industry to cope with a massive oversupply of wine, and a resulting drop in prices. It is important to note that the quality of cleanskins can vary from supplier to supplier.
At Winenutt we have a consistent range of red wines, white wines and sparkling that you can trust is good quality and value. We have tested each wine and provided you a video wine tasting for your review. We even back our cleanskins range with a money back guarantee. We call them the Director’s Blend range. They come unlabelled and are one of our most popular sellers starting at only $6.25 a Bottle. My current favourite is the Pinot Noir but a lot of our customers love the Shiraz or Brut Cuvee.
Checkout our video with the Phantom wine maker who makes our Director’s Blend range of Cleanskins.
WARNING: Under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 it is an offence. To supply alcohol to a person under the age of 18 years (penalty exceeds $8,000). For a person under the age of 18 years to purchase or receive liquor (penalty exceeds $700) Liquor Licence No. 57708023