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Trove Estate The Laurels Shiraz

A deep, full-bodied red from Western Australia's Margaret River region. The nose is extremely aromatic, with intense notes of dark cherries, blackberries, and plums, backed by subtle nuances of floral and spice. On the palate, juicy black fruit flavours are married with a spicy, rich, velvety tannin structure, and a complex finish of dark chocolate, mocha and dried herbs. The colour is a deep, dark ruby-purple and the wine has a lovely texture, with good acidity and a long, lingering finish. An excellent approachable Shiraz with plenty of flavour and character.

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Forester Estate Shiraz

This Forester Estate Shiraz has concentrated and lifted aroma of plum, white chocolate, spices, sandalwood like oak with some hints of violets; elegantly structured with a soft and rounded tannins on the palate. A very approachable style to enjoy with friends and family.

Rosendo Road Margaret River Shiraz

The 2018 vintage was extraordinary and stands proudly among the finest vintages ever witnessed in Margaret River. Crafted by the skilled hands of Bruce Dukes, this wine exhibits flavours of ripe dark berries with a hint of exotic spice for which Bantry Bay and the Yallingup sub-region are renowned.

Abbey Vale Shiraz

This is a complex, compelling wine with dark plums and ripe anise-like spice on the nose, silky tannins and understated oak nicely completing this moreish Shiraz.

Shiraz

This wonderfully elegant Shiraz shows intense, pristine, blackberry fruit and ripe, silky tannins. It almost has a Pinot Noir elegance to it and, luckily, the quality of future vintages will only be getting better too as Voyager's new clones come on line.

Forester Estate Margaret River Premium Home Block Shiraz

Grape variety - 100% Shiraz. Oak maturation - 40% new and 60% older French. notes. Colour - Deep red with purple hue. Aroma - Concentrated with bacon fat, pepper, lifted florals and incense. There’s an underlying meaty-gravy complexity with balanced oak, mulberry and plum. Palate - Full with a dense texture and fine grain tannins. The palate is loaded with pepper, beef gravy, potpourri, black raspberry, mulberry and plum. A complex, savoury and elegant wine that’s more Syrah than Shiraz Food matches - Seared prime beef and roasted root vegetables or Fillet of venison with wild mushrooms. Peak drinking - Drinking well now but will show further integration over the next 8 - 10 years. Viticulture - The Home Block Shiraz vineyard comprises 0.7 ha of open lyre, minimal irrigated vines planted on ironstone gravel over deep friable loam. Judicious shoot and bunch thinning is always used to maintain a very light crop which was hand picked in early March of 2021. Harvested at 12.5º Baume the fruit exhibited intensely concentrated flavour and colour. Winemaking - The hand picked fruit was harvested early in the morning and processed straight away. 5% whole bunches, including stalks were placed into the bottom of the fermenter before filling. The remaining fruit was de stemmed into the small open fermenter with heading down board, which keeps the cap fully submerged between drain and returns. After nine days of fermentation, the fruit was pressed into a blend of new and used French Burgundian barrels. Storage and Bottling - Maturation lasted 11 months before the wine was carefully blended and bottled. Bottled under screw cap to retain freshness in a premium Burgundy bottle. Held in bottle for approximately 1 year prior to release.

Moss Brothers Fidium Margaret River Shiraz

Miles From Nowhere Best Blocks Shiraz

The grapes for this spectacular Best Blocks Shiraz were sourced from the Miamup Road vineyard. The fruit was harvested, crushed, and transferred to stainless steel vessels for fermentation. Post maturation in a combination of American and French barriques for 18 months, the resulting wine features a deep purple red colour. A swirl of the glass presents scintillating aromas of freshly cracked pepper, mixed berries, cocoa bean, spice and vanilla. Fine grained tannins integrate with the soft palate containing ripe red fruits and spices. The finish is elegant and lengthy. This delightful Shiraz can be enjoyed now, or within a cellaring term of eight years. It tastes excellent with char grilled porterhouse steak alongside mustard butter sauce and seasonal vegetables.

Fire Gully Margaret River Shiraz

This vintage was co-fermented with 7.5% viognier to give the shiraz a more intensely perfumed bouquet and silkier texture. The palate has a wonderfully dry texture which gives a savoury character to the shiraz: dark plum, briary, brambly flavous and a fleshy, almost silky texture and a long, dry finish of considerable length.

Howard Park Leston Margaret River Shiraz

An impressive Margaret River release from Howard Park, a distinguished WA estate owned by the Burch family, a founding member of Australia’s First Families of Wines. The Feng Shui cellar door is a ‘must-see’ according to Halliday. With their Margaret River Shiraz they aim – successfully – to combine the ripeness and opulence of warmer climates with the spice and elegance typical of cooler ones. A mouthfilling mix of black and red fruits; boysenberry, cherry, plum, attractive leafy notes, hints of tobacco, spice and black olive. “Fruit from a blend of vineyards in and around Wilyabrup. Matured for 18 months in French oak (25% new). Dark and resinous on the nose here, the palate shows really brilliant concentration of flavour. The tannins have a cooling, minerally flow that shape the palate, making for really quite elegant drinking. There's a lot to like here... 93pts” (Erin Larkin, Halliday Wine Companion).

St Johns Brook Single Vineyard Shiraz

Rich mulberry, black cherries and soft white pepper on the nose followed by blackberry and dark cherries and layers of vanillan oak and dark chocolate on the palate.