Peter Lehmann Stonewell Shiraz

One of the benchmarks of Barossa Shiraz, Peter Lehmann's Stonewell is a classic example of the rich concentrated old vine style. While bold on the palate, there is always an inherent complexity to the Stonewell that enables it to be compared with all of the great Australian wines produced today.

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Old, extremely low-yielding McLaren Vale vines are responsible for d'Arenberg's Dead Arm Shiraz - a wine of enormous power, intensity and real complexity - an absolute must for any serious wine cellar and d'Arenberg lover. One of the flagships for McLaren Vale for many years, this wine continues to shine with a balanced between tradition and Chester Osborne driven innovation.

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Penfolds St Henri

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Woods Crampton Frances & Nicole Eden Valley Shiraz

The palate is beautifully balanced and effortless with a core of powerful blue berried fruit / ripe plums and exotic spice. The class of the wine is evident in the wine impressive length and finesse flowing to a bright and precisely detailed finish defined by fine silky tannins. This wine will unveil its true character over the next twenty years if carefully cellared. Made using Burgundian techniques and a hands-off philosophy. The fruit is hand-picked, given an overnight chill before a cold-soak for seven days at seven degrees. The fruit is primarily de-stemmed and allowed to reach ambient temperature before transferred to two-tonne fermenters with 25% whole bunches laid across the bottom. A very slow, cool ferment with the cap held down and hand plunging twice daily. At two grams the ferment was pressed in a very old, very gentle pneumatic press to a settling tank to finish fermentation. The fruit was racked to medium and large format french oak, about 50% new, and topped every six weeks but not racked or stirred for 18 months. The wine was not fined, given a coarse filtration and a dash of sulphur before bottling. Since 2010, Aaron Woods and Nicholas Crampton have had an insatiable love affair with South Australias historic Barossa Wine Region. Unrestrained by tradition, this intuitive winemaking duo are driven by their passion to craft both new wave Barossa Shiraz as well as unique, old-world, varietals, sourced from old-vine vineyards. Woods and Crampton turned to the established Sons of Eden winery to aid them in producing the style of wine they love. The Sons of Eden focus on creating wines that express the flavour and personality of unique, Barossa vineyards. This aligned with the Woods Crampton winemaking philosophy and so the partnership was born. Since inception, production has rapidly increased from 1500 to almost 12,000 cases along with a rapidly expanding range that currently encompasses fourteen different wines. The combination of premium quality wine and exceptional value saw Woods Crampton named one of James Hallidays Top 10 Best Value Wineries of 2017.

Peter Lehmann Futures Shiraz

At the recent Syrah du Monde (the international competition to find the best Syrah in the world), this outstanding shiraz from Peter Lehmann took out the number two position. Beating more than 370 other wines from 26 countries, this is not only a world-renowned drop; its now Australias number one shiraz. So shop online or come into store and pick up this world class wine (2014 Vintage). From selected low-yielding old vine Barossa vineyards, expect a nose layered with smells of dried fruit, liquorice, leather and spice. Quality French oak is dealt out sparingly. Drink it with slow roast shoulder of lamb.