The Bruiser Durif
Made by Dan Murphy's own Roland Kaval, this is one of the best value Durifs on the market. Deeply coloured red, it shows lovely sweet fruit on the nose with blackberry and liquorice characters matched by cedary oak. The palate is rich and full-bodied with dark fruit and aniseed flavours.
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De Bortoli Deen Vat 1 Durif
While Durif is not widely grown in Australia but has a loyal following nonetheless. De Bortoli Deen Vat 1 is an excellent example, showing typically deep colour and lots of rich, ripe fruit supported by firm tannins. Perfect when paired with a thick cut steak and roasted vegetables.
Deen De Bortoli Vat 1 Durif
Searching for an inexpense Durif to try then Deen De Bortoli is it. The bouquet is rich in blueberry, liquorice and dense plum, highlighted by chocolate and savoury oak. The palate displays dark fruits, liquorice and spice with typical firm framing tannins, all supported by carefully integrated oak.
Nugan Estate Manuka Grove Vineyard Durif
Rich garnet in appearance with a youthful crimson hue. Aromas of dark cherry and blood plum over dark chocolate and toasted oak. Rich and intense flavors of black cherry, plum pudding and dark chocolate melded with earth and spicy vanillin notes. Well integrated oak with excellent fruit intensity, structure and balance leading to a long, smooth finish.
Nugan Estate Durif
Nugan Durif exhibits aromas of ripe blackberry, plum and cherry with hints of aniseed and all-spice. A full-bodied wine displaying soft chewy tannins and a youthful fine acid balance with a generous palate of dark cherry and plum pudding with dusty chocolate, earth and spice. Durif is otherwise known as Petit Syrah.
Rutherglen Estates Durif
Durif achieves cult-like status among those who enjoy its dense concentrated charm. Intense aromas of dark berry fruits and liquorice notes are perfectly married with a rich and ripe palate.
Packing a punch, Gossips Durif has rich intense blackcurrant and stewed plums flavours on the palate and a fine chalky tannins towards the finish. It is a great red varietal for red wine lovers who are seeking for something different in the fuller bodied wines. Enjoy now or cellar medium term with the right cellaring conditions.
The Doctor Durif
This is an aromatic Durif with goregous blueberries and violets with hints of coco powder on the nose. The Doctor has capture the classice Durif's richness and full bodied mouth fill; the palate is filled with intense crush berries, warm spice and dark coco characters. Soft and supple tannins is well integrated, giving the wine a great structure with cellaring potential.
Campbells The Barkly Durif
Intense plums with weight and texture. Only made in exceptional years.
Campbells Rutherglen Durif
Five generations and 140 years of family winemaking, the Campbells have forged a reputation as a benchmark Rutherglen winery. The connection between Rutherglen and Durif is a strong one and the region is considered the home of the grape that delivers such powerful and intense full bodied flavours. Blood plum, chocolate and coffee grounds are all present in a wine that will last for years, although is simply irresistible now.
Gapsted Ballerina Canopy Durif
There is one reason for the amazing success of this King Valley producer, quality. The Ballerina Canopy Durif is a dark, brooding monster of a red wine, treat with caution and serve with a grain-fed Porterhouse steak. Big, bold and beautiful, this is one for all those who like their reds on epic side.