Mockingbird Hill Clare Valley Shiraz

Made from premium fruit grown in some of the valley's best vineyards, this stunning wine from Mockingbird Hill is loaded with ripe plum and blackberry fruit flavours. If you like premium Clare Valley Shiraz like those from Leasingham and Taylors, you'll love this.
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