Thorn-Clarke Terra Barossa Shiraz
Bimbadgen Estate Shiraz
Typical earthy Hunter Shiraz, with leather and tobacco notes.
Birds Eye View Shiraz
Subtle hints of oak and soft tannins support the fruitiness of raspberries and red currents in this approachable and very smooth red. Pair with pork and beef sausages with lots of mustard and chutney.
Fifth Leg Shiraz
The palate shows soft and lush flavours with persistent red and cherries characters supported by a fine tannin structure. The finish displays lovely length and a harmonious fruit and oak balance. With spicy notes a future and ripe berry character complimenting this well-balanced Shiraz is drinking beautifully now.
5% price dropFifth Leg Shiraz 750mL$7.60 eachIn any 6$1.01 per 100mLHistory:
Fifth Leg Shiraz 750mL$9.99 eachIn any 6$1.33 per 100mLHistory:
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Fifth Leg Shiraz$12.58 eachIn cases of 6$75.47 total$1.68 per 100mLHistory:
Wallaroo Estate Shiraz
This Canberra Shiraz showcases a deep red colour. A swirl of the glass reveals dark red and blue fruit aromas along with subtle spice and aniseed nuances. These characteristics are followed by similar flavours complemented by a touch of sweetness. Velvety tannins and acidity add delicacy of the palate, also providing the drink great vibrancy and a lengthy finish. It pairs exceptionally with meat stews, pasta bakes or grilled lamb.
William Hardy Shiraz
The William Hardy Shiraz is sourced from the iconic McLaren Vale region, producing a sensationally rich and generous red loaded with layers of berry fruit spice balanced by subtle oak and silky smooth finish.
Alkoomi Charlotte Frankland River Shiraz
The quality of the wines coming out of WA's cool climate Frankland River region is astounding, as this stunning Shiraz from 5 Red Star winery Alkoomi shows. With ripe cassis and mulberry fruit characters flow onto the palate and form a well structured velvety mouthfeel, this wine is one you want to savour over a long lunch with friends.
Wolf Blass Red Label Shiraz
A medium bodied red wine with flavours of cherry, plum and raspberry and spice, Wolf Blass Red Label offers great value for money. Soft, juicy and so easy to enjoy with a good meal.
19 Crimes Shiraz
19 Crimes Shiraz is full and round on the palate with a subtle sweetness giving a rich and round mouth feel. The vanilla aromatics carry through on the palate and compliment subtle flavours of raspberries, dark plums, and chocolate leading to a lingering finish.
9% price drop19 Crimes Shiraz$9.50 each$1.27 per 100mLHistory:
19 Crimes Shiraz$10.40 eachIn cases of 6$62.40 total$1.39 per 100mLHistory:
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35% price drop19 Crimes Shiraz 750mL$11.00 each$1.47 per 100mLHistory:
19 Crimes Shiraz 750mL$17.09 eachIn any 6$2.28 per 100mLHistory:
Mystery Shiraz Marg 18 (12
Epic Negociants Alexandrina Langhorne Creek Shiraz
94 points, 5 stars. This is a delectably expressed shiraz; the inviting bouquet shows dark plum, blackberry, mixed spice, almond and a touch of pepper spice notes, followed by a succulent palate that is fleshy and mouthfilling. The wine offers excellent fruit purity and intensity, leading to a lengthy silky finish. At its best: 2020 to 2028.We made this wine to hilight the elegance and purity of Shiraz characters the maritme region generates.Lake Alexandrina, at the mouth of the mighty Murray River acts as an air conditioner for winds blowing over the Langhorne Creek winegrowing region. The Southern Ocean winds are cooled as they blow across the lake and provide exceptional growing conditions for structured red varieties, and brings out elegance and power.Langhorne CreekLanghorne Creek is a region within the Fleurieu region of South Australia. It is located in the northeast of the Fleurieu Peninsula, stretching from Lake Alexandrina, on its southern fringes, towards the town of Langhorne Creek in the north. It is one of Australia's most historic winegrowing areas, with the oldest established wineries dating back to the mid-19th Century, and some plots of vines that have passed a century in age.