Coppabella Procella I Shiraz
Pepper and spice in abundance, over dark cherry/berry fruits. There's a lovely graphite mineral note here too. The palate is medium-bodied and well balanced, finding a natural line of fruit and spice. Viticulture: Hand selected fruit sourced from five clones planted to various aspects, elevations and soil types. Yields were small but flavours were both concentrated and captivating. Winemaking: The fruit was cold soaked for 5 days before being inoculated in open fermenters. The wine was fermented gradually over 12 days then matured in French Puncheons and Hogsheads (25% new) for 12 months.
Epic Negociants The Rise McLaren Vale Shiraz
Perfumed, complex and inviting, the bouquet shows Black Doris plum, blueberry compote, violet, thyme and roasted nut characters with subtle black olive notes. The palate delivers excellent fruit concentration and weight, wonderfully complemented by plush mouthfeel and fleshy texture, finishing superbly long and silky.
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.
Wolf Blass Grey Label Shiraz
The Wolf Blass Grey Label Shiraz is an opulent concentrated and complex style with plenty of spicy fruit and a dash of chocolate. True to the style that Wolf himself made from the very beginning of this now iconic brand, this is very tasty and enjoyable now yet it has the weight and complexity to improve with cellaring.
27% price drop92 pointsWolf Blass Grey Label Shiraz$24.90 eachIn any 6$3.32 per 100mLHistory:
27% price drop94 pointsWolf Blass Grey Label Cabernet Shiraz$24.90 eachIn any 6$3.32 per 100mLHistory:
18% price dropWolf Blass Grey Label Shiraz 2016$24.90 each$3.32 per 100mLHistory:
Wolf Blass Grey Label Shiraz 2018$44.99 each$6.00 per 100mLHistory:
Wolf Blass Grey Label Mclaren Vale Shiraz 2015$45.00 eachIn cases of 6$270 total$6.00 per 100mLHistory:
Wolf Blass Grey Label Shiraz 750mL$45.00 each$6.00 per 100mLHistory:
Wolf Blass Grey Label Cabernet Shiraz$47.50 eachIn cases of 12$570 total$6.33 per 100mLHistory:
95 pointsWolf Blass Grey Label Cabernet Shiraz 2012$47.50 eachIn any 6$6.33 per 100mLHistory:
Wolf Blass Grey Label Cabernet Shiraz 2010$47.50 eachIn any 6$6.33 per 100mLHistory:
Wolf Blass Grey Label Shiraz 2012$47.50 eachIn any 6$6.33 per 100mLHistory:
Deep River McLaren Vale Shiraz
Bold blackberry fruit and spice suggest classic McLaren Vale Shiraz, while rare depth and complexity reflect premium, old vine fruit. A class act, this moreish red is ready to be enjoyed right now – ideally with a juicy rump steak, lamb cutlets, pork sausages or hearty moussaka.
Piper & King Shiraz
Rich bright berry fruits with pepper and spice notes, the latter typical of cool climate shiraz, combine with a savoury finish of depth and complexity. Fine tannins with a subtle use of French oak. An Adelaide Hills Shiraz of elegance and style.
Palladium Watchman Shiraz
Palladium Watchman Shiraz is a robust Margaret River Shiraz which exhibits black pepper characters complemented by the abundance of ripe plum and raspberry aromas.
Red Rattler Shiraz
Produced in the same style as its McLaren Vale cousin, the Red Rattler South Australia edition combines brilliantly ripe fruit from top vineyards across the state to produce a succulent, powerful and brimming with velvety dark fruit flavours with hints of mocha and oak.
Ingoldby McLaren Vale Shiraz
When it comes to Shiraz it's hard to go past McLaren Vale & Ingoldby. This firm customer favourite from Ingoldby has an enticing nose of dark summer berry and subtle melted chocolate. The palate is rich and round with purple fruits with supple tannins to give it power and finesse. Sure to make everybody happy at this price.
Earthworks Succession Barossa Shiraz
Earthworks celebrates the toil and persistence of the founding generation of winemakers and viticulturists from the Barossa. The new Succession range, observes the importance of lineage, custodianship and community. This wine reveals dark ruby and magenta on the eye. A nose of vanilla infused blackberry and raspberry compote leads into hints of biscuit dough, star anise, ripe plum and smoked Cajun spice. On the palate the wine is moreish, decadent and rewarding with plush milk choc, blood plum and soft silky tannins.
Wynns Coonawarra Shiraz
This best-of-vintage Shiraz from Wynns Coonawarra Estate is produced with grapes of extraordinarily high quality. It's great value whether you drink it now or cellar on the short term.