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.

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Secret Selection McLaren Vale Shiraz

When this wine arrives at your door, you'll recognise the brand as among Australia's best. The award-winning 2011 vintage Shiraz is from a family-owned winery that's rated 5-red stars by James Halliday as well as an incredible 94 Halliday points. The grapes for this McLaren Vale Shiraz come from a superior, single block, rather than single vineyard with a prerequisite of at least 10 year old vines and minimal intervention winemaking to highlight the site's true expression. This is a beautifully hand crafted wine at an amazing price - don't miss out.

Coriole Redstone Shiraz

Coriole's Redstone is an elegant, savoury and spicy expression of McLaren Vale. Ready to enjoy now the palate is balanced and soft with cassis and blackberry flavours, nice tannins and subtle oak complexity.

Under Wraps Geelong Shiraz

Classic cool climate Shiraz with earthy aromas of clove and white pepper spices. There are supple fruits like dark plum, raspberry and cranberry with just hint of liquorice. The palate is restrained, elegant and smooth. Savoury, fine-grain tannins and bright but soft acidity on the finish.

Penfolds Kalimna Bin 28 Shiraz

First made in 1959, Penfolds Kalimna Shiraz is an icon in the field of warm-climate Shiraz. Always ripe, robust and generously flavoured. The Bin 28 is named after the Kalimna vineyard that was purchased back in 1945 and from which the original fruit was sourced from. Today, the Bin 28 is a great example of the Penfolds dedication to multi-region, multi-vineyard blending. The Barossa Valley will always remain an integral part of the Bin 28 blend providing rich, vibrant primary fruit flavours.

St Hallett Blackwell Shiraz

St Hallett's Blackwell is big Shiraz for the lovers of ripe concentrated fruit and a generous measure of vanillin oak. A classic regional style, enjoy this beauty with robust beef or game dishes.

Barossa Old Vine Company Shiraz

The Barossa Old Vine Company has been 100 years in the making. They individually craft wines from the Barossa's finest fruit using the best (not necessarily modern equipment). The vines are anywhere from 35 to 100 years old and with award winning winemaker Nick Badrice at the helm it's not surprising this Shiraz is special. 2014 is the first vintage they released and the wines are produced in such small volumes you won't want to miss your chance to add this unique Barossa red to your cellar.

Wynns Coonawarra Shiraz 2012 Museum

This iconic Australian label is remarkably consistent. The 2012 offers juicy boysenberry, spice and meaty touches, and a medium-bodied, soft, juicy mouthful is trimmed in ripe tannins.All of our Museum Release wines are kept in a special vault with an environment that is both temperature and humidity controlled. The temperature is set to a constant 14 degrees – ideal for maturing wine. They are then tested regularly throughout the year, with each wine documented, marked for when it should be checked again and released at the optimal drinking age.

Penfolds Bin 128

Created in 1962, Penfolds Bin 128 is a regional wine that reflects the unique climate and growing conditions of South Australia's Coonawarra district and the relatively elegant style of cool climate Shiraz. From the 1980 vintage, French oak replaced American, highlighting the pepper, spice and floral characteristics that define this style. Since the mid-1980s, a greater attention has been paid to fruit ripeness, resulting in a wine that is fuller in style and structure.

Casella Limited Release Shiraz

Deep rich red showing a youthful purple rim. Lifted notes of blackberry, chocolate and spice, with secondary characters of blueberry, leather and soy provides a complex and intense introduction to the wine. The palate is full bodied, displaying classic spice and ripe berry notes, integrated oak and concentration for which Australian Shiraz is renowned. It has spice and savoury notes with plentiful ripe succulent tannins on the finish.

Grant Burge Filsell Shiraz

Grant Burge reds always display classic Barossa style. This Shiraz has all the hallmarks with ripe cherry fruit smoky overtones and a good measure of sweet vanillin oak. In recent years has really began to hit its straps and with the last few Barossa vintages being on the warm side, this is a wine for the 'old school' Shiraz lover.