Caudo Honor Shiraz

This expertly crafted Shiraz, sourced from Caudo's premium South Australian vineyard, is named after the 'Honor' rose planted in the garden. It's a flavoursome red with spicy, blackberry fruit, finishing dry with soft tannins and subtle oak. An exceptionally satisfying wine for the price.

Campbells Bobbie Burns Shiraz

The best Bobbie Burns we have seen to date. Delicious drinking; it's flooded with plummy, coffee flavour, balanced with toasty oak and cedar. While it could cellar well for up to a decade, it's just sensational drinking now. - Dan Murhpy's Wine Panel

Woods Crampton The People's Champion Barossa Shiraz

This is a seamless blend of red and dark berry fruit from the higher Eden Valley blended with the cooler aspects of the Barossa Valley. Blackberry, plum and raspberry freshness combine with subtle spice, mineral and cedar wood. This is a full flavoured, luscious, more-ish Shiraz for great everyday and all occasion enjoyment.

The Mingler Shiraz

Crafted from aged old vines in the Australian Riverlands and McLaren Vale, the wines are then mingled together in French oak barrels, giving the wine great fruit flavour and depth. The shiraz is medium bodied, spicy in black fruits and very drinkable.

Winton Road Barossa Valley Shiraz

The finish displays lifted aromas of ripe red fruits, dark chocolate and a hint of spice. The palate is rich and intense, with upfront flavours of dark plums, blackcurrant and blackberry, combining perfectly with subtle oak flavours and smooth tannins. Makes for the perfect gift.

Tapestry The Vincent McLaren Vale Shiraz

2016 Tapestry The Vincent McLaren Vale Shiraz. This wine has a deep, complex, brooding nose with aromas of black cherries, blackberries and some regional prune. There are hints of dark cocoa, mace and a woody character similar to mahogany.In the mouth the wine exhibits Shiraz’s typical plush velvety mouthfeel and the tannins on the finish are subtle and long. It is a rich medium bodied wine with good persistence of flavours such as black fruits, rum, raisin and dark chocolate.

Penfolds RWT Shiraz

Penfolds RWT Shiraz is a big juicy Barossan Shiraz refined by the use of older French oak barrels. 1998 is considered to be one of the classic vintages of the modern age. Drinking wonderfully now but with many years still to come in its development, this is a great addition to any cellar.

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.

Kaesler Old Bastard Shiraz

A full and fruity Shiraz, Kaesler Old Bastard is fresh on the nose with hints of blackberries, raspberries and blueberries. On the palate, forest fruits, blackberry and mulberry mingle with spices of anise and nutmeg with some coffee and chocolate notes. Tannins are silky and balanced, with a nice acidity. This shiraz will cellar for 20+ years.

Wolf Blass Yellow Label Shiraz

Wolf Blass Yellow Label is a well known range in Australia as well as International. It's Shiraz has dark fruits, spices and sweet vanillin oak on the nose, medium bodied with jammy dark fruits on the palate. It is medium finish with firm tannins. A easy match for winter recipes.