Geoff Merrill Barrel Select Shiraz

Old School Shiraz, lots of everything. Rich fruit and vanillan oak characters mingle with aged spice and leather characters.

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Tyrrell's Blacksmith's Hut Shiraz

ark Richardson, red specialist at Tyrrell’s calls Heathcote “undoubtedly Australia’s most exciting new red wine producing region.” Buying up vineyards here was the brainchild of Bruce Tyrrell – and it has yielded a red that wins huge numbers of loyal fans every year.

Evans & Tate E&T Shiraz

Intensely varietal with lifted white pepper, blood plums and a savoury earthiness. The palate is soft and silken,with ripe plummy fruits and a fresh, richly flavoured finish. Evans & Tate