Leasingham Bin 61 Clare Valley Shiraz

Leasingham is among the oldest wineries in the Clare Valley with a dedication to crafting classic varietals with style, power and elegance. The winery is a true pioneer of Clare Valley's worldwide Riesling reputation and is the first and only producer from the region to win the coveted Jimmy Watson trophy for Classic Clare Shiraz. The Bin 61 is a testament to the quality that Leasingham wines represent at a price you can't refuse

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