Shingleback Local Heroes Shiraz Grenache

In the glass: Vibrant deep purple. On the nose: Blackberry, plum, cherry and 5-spice dominate. On the palate: Opening with a mouthful of ripe black fruit, it features notes of 5-spice, Turkish delight and pepper. The Grenache adds charm with a smooth and velvet-like texture. This is a vibrant, lingering wine that's very easy to drink.

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Dandelion Vineyards Lion's Tooth of McLaren Vale Shiraz Riesling

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Leogate Estate Wines The Gatecrasher Balmain Shiraz Blend

Produced from their Leogate Estate Wines certified organic vineyards in the NSW Central Ranges, the Shiraz, Cabernet and Merlot components of this wine ooze top end appeal. In the glass: Vibrant dark red.On the nose: Dark fruit, light toasty oak. On the palate: Bold currants and sweet oak, balanced by red berry-like acidity.

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Adelina's Shiraz/Mataro was grown in the Springfarm sub-area of the Clare Valley, with the Mataro and most of the Shiraz fruit coming from the famed Aberfeldy Vineyard, plus a little Adelina estate fruit. Adelina's vines are right across the road from Springfarm by the way. The elevation around these parts is a serious 440-metres. All up, an imposing 60-70% of this wine comes from vines with an age of around 100 years! Production-wise it's the routine that has served this estate so well. All fruit is handpicked and destemmed into Col's Italian, unlined concrete vats. Some 65% of the wine is fermented in these tanks before being sent to large format French oak. As the note below makes clear, this is simply a terrific red of great finesse and savoury complexity that also happens to carry a ridiculously fair price. Don't hesitate.

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An intriguing blend of Shiraz, Tempranillo, Montepulciano, Nero dAvola, Merlot and Grenache, named for its minestrone-like richness, texture and complexity.Deep red purple. Blackberry,  plum, mulberry, pepper and cedar oak. Rich and medium-to full-bodied with fleshy dark berry and plum fruit depth, layered and silken tannins giving structure, attractive seasoned oak and fine balancing acidity. Very moreish.

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A delicious blend of Shiraz and the virtually unknown (in Australia) Montils, a white grape normally associated with the production of Cognac!Exceptional red purple brightness. Fresh and floral with field raspberry, anise, briar, charcuterie and oak spice. Palate flows on precisely from the nose with juicy fruit harmony, attractive red cherry astringency, fine tannins and a long finish.

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