Low quality for overprice sticker, so Australina Comment has been removed Caller: Oak Road Estate
Have asked them not to call several times before, and the last time I told them I was an alcoholic and to please please not contact me again.
Guess what? I still receive their emails AND THEY JUST CALLED AGAIN.
Not happy. Don't buy from Oak Road Estate.
Caller: Oak Road Estate
No idea how they got my details but assuming through the purchase of a list as I NEVER signed up for a $50 voucher and DEFINITELY didn't indicate that I'm a shiraz drinker despite their insistance. Have requested removal from their list on 4 different calls now. Pests!
Caller: Oak Road Estate
The wine is of poor quality, not even worth the discounted price.
Caller: Great guy, I can't remember his name, very personable
I have always received great wines, mainly Marlborough Region Sauvignon Blancs at cheaper prices that Dan Murphy and other retail outlets. Great service. I would recommend
I totally disagree with you . I HAVE REPORTED THEM FOR NOT SUPPLYING PRODUCT AS DISCUSSED. I CERTAINLY AM NOT AN EMPLOYEE. . LETS HOPE THEY RECEIVE WHAT THEY DESERVE. MOST CUSTOMERS ARE NOT HAPPY. THAT SPEAKS VOLUMES. Caller: male salesperson
I have received a phone call from one of their salespeople on Wednesday, 8 May 2019 who offered me to buy a box of 12 Australian Shiraz wine for $159 that 'normally sells for $30 per bottle', he said. When I declined he said he 'would sharpen his pencil' and offered it to me for $129 (at 'about $10 per bottle' he said) and express delivery so that I would get it on Friday. The salesperson has also said that if I 'don't like it I can return it for a full refund'. We were going out on Saturday 11 May, so I agreed. Nothing arrived on Friday, but I received a box of 6 bottles of some obscure Italian Syrah today, on 14 May. We have opened one bottle and tried it. I do not believe that this wine could be sold for $30 a bottle, I do not believe it could be sold even for $10, as it is of inferior quality to most Australian $10 Shirazes. I was told a bunch of lies by the salesperson and received not 12, but 6 bottles of inferior wine for $129 at a different time that was agreed on. The manager would not admit these as mistakes, was quite rude and agreed to refund only on return of the wine.
You sound like a disgruntled ex employee. You dont know what your talking about!! you must be a disgruntled ex employee fired for non compliance.. Award winning wines at a excellent price with a money back guarantee.!!! great way to shop for wines. Caller: Jake from Oak Road Estate
Was told it was a 2014 Mitchell Betty and Max Clare Valley shiraz for $129. This was after some dubious discount. I could not find any reference to Michtell's being involved in Betty and Max Clare shiraz. I was promised my money back if I did not like it. I tasted 1 bottle (could have tasted 2) and sent the rest back. I only received $107.50 back.Will buy wine from them again.
I was contacted by one of the representative by phone who gave me certain information on a ‘special’ Sauvignon Blanc.
The claims were:
It sold in Dan Murphy’s – Sail the High Sea’s Sauvignon Blanc is not in their wine portfolio. Only found out what the actual wine was when it was delivered.
It was from New Zealand – it is not, it is from South East Australia
I was to get a $20 voucher applied to the sale and the Total would be $109.00 – it was charged out at $129.00.
My overall opinion of the wine is that it is a quaffing wine, probably not worth $10.75 a bottle, more like $8.50 bottle.
As I was misled in this sale (and I despise deceit), I have requested to be removed from the contact list and not to contact me again. Time will tell!
In short, I shall not be buying from Oak Road again.
I received a call. Do not know how they got my number or email. Offered me a Peter Lehmann. I bought two cases because I know the brand. When it arrived it was labeled Sail the High Seas. I contacted Oak Road and was told the wine was "sourced" from Peter Lehmann and bottled and labeled by Oak Road. I will not do business with dishonest companies. They are picking up the wine next week and I expect a credit. What is wrong with being forthright and honest? Caller: James
Great company to deal with. Offer good suggestions and look after me exceptionally well if what I have had previously may be not available. James is very professional, listens well and has a sound knowledge and understanding of stocks. Would recommend Oak Road Estate unhesitatingly.
Won't divulge how they got my details. Got a call from Jake? offering cheap good quality wine. Tried the hard sell saying I had a $50 voucher that expired tomorrow. I wanted to do my research so put him off a few hours. Research indicated poor quality wine. When Jake rang back I informed him that my research did not provide very good feedback and read a couple out to him and then informed him that I would 'give it a miss'. He said "I'm a bit sh*tty' and hung up. I'm not sure if he was sh*tty with me or the reviews or both. Caller: Stuart
We love the wine. Got 2 cases for just over $200 (less than $9 a bottle) and we're rapped with it. The best quality wine I've ever had for that price and I used to work as a Sommelier for Ezard, so have tasted my share. Their Cloud 9 Sav B and the Dashchund Shiraz were not only drinkable, but I would suggest closer to $30 bottles in taste. I'll be back and prefer buying from Australian small businesses than multinational supermarket chains.
I received a call late last night selling wine, told him I could not afford it and he insisted by telling me I could pay in 6 months on a new pay later scheme @ 5% interest.
I agreed, only to call today to cancel as this 5% seemed to out way the discounted price.
The girl I spoke to could not find my name on the system and then told I had to pay $25 to cancel the order. Considering it was less than 12 hours from them calling me, I became quite upset. Ended up being blasted by James for upsetting his staff.
I emphasise they called me, I did not instigate this sale.
Will not ever deal with this company again.
Left feeling assaulted by this company.
Caller: Guy from Oak Road Estates
I have been getting multpl emails each day for a week or so. Never signed up for this or requested a $50 voucher either. Not sure who sold them my email and phone number. Not happy. Told them to remove me.
Caller: Oak Road Estate
I received a Robocall and pressed "1" out of curiosity, with 10 minutes a lady called 'Charlotte' called me back. I ended up buying a case of Shiraz at $11.90 a bottle including delivery. The wine tastes good and very similar to my normal tipple that is $16 from Dan's. I'll probably buy again, the process is much easier than queuing at the Bottlo and getting ripped of there
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