Chapel Hill The Vinedresser Shiraz
Chapel Hill The Vinedresser is a true to form McLaren Vale Shiraz. With hints of blueberry and spice and a long, silky finish.
A wonderful example of Hunter Shiraz. Ripe berries and spice with a touch of leather on the nose and a beautifully integrated palate showing plenty of juicy fruit flavour in a subtle well balanced style.
Cat Amongst The Pigeons Shiraz
Cat Amongst The Pigeons Shiraz certainly does it's name justice with a Shiraz that serves it up to the all the favourite heavy hitting Shiraz on the shelves. With an alluring nose of pepper, blueberry, and blackberry, this Barossa Valley beauty has layers of flavour, ripe fruit, excellent balance, and enough structure to evolve for a few years.
Chris Ringland CR Shiraz
Chris Ringland Shiraz has been one of Australia's most loved wines over the past few years with its immense concentration of bold, forboding fruit. Chris Ringland, the man behind such famous names as Three Rivers Shiraz, creates a wine that is made from mature Northern Barossa vines and shows dark mass of concentrated black and blue fruits, laced with sweet mocha and wrapped in a smooth, velvety texture. Not for the faint of heart, the CR Shiraz is improving vintage on vintage.
Mount Majura Shiraz
An elegant and fine-boned cool climate Shiraz from the emerging wine region of the Canberra District. The wine is packed with spicy aromatics from pepper and bay leaf to marzipan and violets. Red fruit flavours run to blackberry and beef stock, carried by savoury, grainy tannins.
Wynns Black Label Shiraz
Wynns is in the fortunate position to have holdings of some of Coonawarra's oldest Shiraz vines and coupled with recent plantings in the 1990s, Wynns now have fruit that is worthy of its own place amongst the Wynns elite. Enter Wynns Black Label Shiraz - with a dense, dark nose of pepper, mulberries and distinctive florals that are the perfect gateway to a palate that is rich and complex. Flavours of layered red berry, spice and chocolate with tight, focused tannins that will see the Black Label Shiraz become another Wynns favourite.
Pioneer of the Coonawarra region, John Riddoch, lends his name to the highway that dissects the famous 'terra rossa' dominated region which is home to some of Australia's premier red wine vineyards. The fruit for this evocative Shiraz is sourced from some of these vineyards and is aged in a combination of French and American oak for 18 months to develop increased complexity. Exuding plum and red fruit aromas with just a tiny hint of oak that supports the rich textured palate. Perfect for enjoying today or for careful medium term cellaring.
Tatachilla Reserve Shiraz
Tatachilla Reserve Shiraz delivers a mouth-filling concentration of ripe dark fruits beautifully surround by warm spices with suble tannins and cedar oak finishing. Great length! And at this price it sure set a bench mark for the classic dry red in this region.
Templeton Barossa Shiraz
Templeton is a surname originating from the ancient world , steeped in mystery and intrigue. By contrast, this wine holds no secrets and is proudly crafted by the world renowned winemakers of Yalumba. Fresh and lively aromas lead to a round and smooth palate boasting flavours of fruit cake and cinnamon, finishing with supple tannins.
Hardys Insignia Shiraz
Hardys Insignia Shiraz is an intense and lush palate of dark berries, subtle spice, soft velvety tannins and a long finish. Hints of tar, fruit cake and vanillin add complexity to this well balanced and lingering wine.
Barossa Valley Estate Shiraz
An exotically spicy Shiraz from Barossa Valley Estate with loads of juicy blackberry and red plum flavours and a hint of vanilla. Enjoy this red with a nice steak or a hearty Italian meal.