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Pirramimma Stock's Hill Cabernet Sauvignon

Pirramimma Stock's Hill McLaren Vale Cabernet is deep brick red in colour with lifted fruit on the nose. The palate shows excellent blackcurrant varietal flavour with well integrated American oak. A great wine for the price.

Pirramimma Stock's Hill Shiraz

Pirramimma Stock's Hill Shiraz has bright cherry aromas with sweet oak and a hint of spice give this wine real appeal on the nose. The palate is rich with flavours of blackberry and chocolate balanced by grippy tannins. Great value!

Pirramimma Heritage Shiraz


Pirramimma Heritage Cabernet Sauvignon

Who doesn’t love a little bit of low-yielding, full-bodied, South Australian cabernet? We know we do. Sourced from Pirramimma’s old cabernet vineyards in McLaren Vale, luscious blackberry, blueberry, mint and capsicum notes hum alongside cedar and toasted almond notes from time in oak. Secondary characters of black olive, tobacco and rosemary are starting to poke through as well. No need to rush though as this has another decade plus of development left in the bottle. For now or for the future, the choice is yours.

Pirramimma Heritage Cabernet Shiraz

Here’s another vintage of this absolutely divine wine. Pirramimma are a fave of many (many, many) a ‘mofo, this time delivering their all-Aussie blend of cabernet and shiraz. From three of their best vineyards, including Ironstone, and some vines planted back in the 1950s, this wine shows off arguable the best vines of the region. A fine balance of the sweeter fine-tuned cassis of cabernet, with the plummy, blueberry and black cherry savoury notes of juicy shiraz. If you’ve had the chance to enjoy any of the Pirramimma wine in the past, this is sure to impress.

Pirramimma Reserve White Label Malbec

This full-bodied Malbec has a bouquet of black ripe fruits, blackcurrant, juniper, blueberry, pepper and cassis complemented with hints of toasted almond and cigar box from French oak. The balanced palate with ripe oak tannins delivers dark chocolate, mint, black currants and cassis. Enjoy now or will reward with cellaring.

Pirramimma Petit Verdot

One of the few straight varietals in Australia (Petit Verdot is usually blended with other Bordeaux varieties), the nose displays violets, briary blackberry and a hint of cedar. The palate reveals concentrated spicy plum, cherry and mulberry flavours. Will cellar well.

Pirramimma Geoff Johnston Milestone Shiraz

Geoff Johnston, an absolute icon of McLaren Vale. To know his name is to know the region, thanks to the devotion of talented and hard working wine growers, a collective who single-handedly put this unassuming beachside region on a global stage. In honour of his 50th vintage, this wine speaks to Geoff’s character: determined, endearing, and engaging. Geoff planted shiraz with his old man ‘Digby’ back in 1971, and today, this block of vines shows so much character reminiscent of time and place. Shiraz like this is knee-weakeningly good. Upfront dark fruits; plums and blackberries, carried along with mocha tones before reaching peaks of vanilla and spice (and all things nice). Just like the person it celebrates, this wine is all about a father and his son’s legacy. A celebration of family, in the wine game for the long haul.

Pirramimma Shiraz

Pirramimma Shiraz is full-fruited and powerful, with sweet plum and mocha along with cinnamon notes and dark chocolate which are all typical regional characters of McLaren Vale.

Pirramimma Heritage Cabernet Petit Verdot

Do you find yourself thinking that even big, bold cabernet is still a little on the light side for your taste? Are you after even more grip, flavour and density? Far be it from us to deny this craving. Welcome to the next heavyweight champion: the love child of cabernet sauvignon and petit verdot! Fun fact: Pirramimma were amongst the boom of petit verdot plantings in the 1980's, and their vines have been tended to with care through the highs and lows of its popularity. This wine is the next hottest thing: we're talking dense dark berries, a bit of bramble and herb, melting together with dark chocolate and freshly roasted coffee beans. Enough for you, mofo?