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  1. Glaetzer Anaperenna Shiraz Cabernet 2012

    Glaetzer Anaperenna Shiraz Cabernet 2012

    Regular Price: $51.99

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    93 points Lisa perotti Brown The Wine Advocate
    A blend of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, the deep garnet-purple colored 2012 Anaperenna is profoundly scented of creme de cassis, blueberry compote and black cherry pie with hints of aniseed, pepper, chargrilled meat and underbrush. Big, full-bodied and voluptuous on the palate, the generous blend of blackberry and meaty, savory flavors is structured by a solid backbone of firm, grainy tannins and refreshing acid through the very long finish. Drink it now to 2024+

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  2. Pirathon by Kalleske Shiraz 2012

    Pirathon by Kalleske Shiraz 2012

    Regular Price: $24.99

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    This is a serious wine, dense, rich, ripe, almost chunky with slabs of fruits, a basket of berries style, with a touch of earth and spice, and some regional dark chocolate. The palate is luscious, chock full of fruit, all black and red berries, plums, spice and some peppery edges, with a lovely velvety mouthfeel, and a full mid palate. It has great length, and finishes with ripe tannins. Great effort, terrific wine. The Auswine panel Learn More

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  3. Hentley Farm Barossa Valley Shiraz 2013

    Hentley Farm Barossa Valley Shiraz 2013

    Regular Price: $33.00

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    The nose displays the characters of a traditional Barossan Shiraz, with lifted fruits of forest berries and plum combined with rich aromatics of fruitcake, vanilla and chocolate fudge. The palate shows flavours of berries and vanilla followed by oak-derived dark chocolate and coffee and is a true example of the Hentley Farm vineyard with layer upon layer of soft voluptuous tannin.

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  1.  Torzi Matthews Old Vines Shiraz 1903 single vineyard of Domenico Martino 2012

    Torzi Matthews Old Vines Shiraz 1903 single vineyard of Domenico Martino 2012

    Regular Price: $35.00

    Special Price: $32.50

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    ($35; 14.2% alcohol; screw cap; 93++ points). Phillip White So what makes this better?  Start with its alarming purity of message.  It's a letter of love from one tiny patch of priceless heirloom Shiraz in the northern Barossa. It's disgusting in its brazen determination to seduce. Take all the fruits and aspects of the Longhop above, and dilute them about 5:1 in a deep simmer of mulberry and baby beetroot.  Smack your favourite schoolteacher's blackboard duster against the side of the glass to add some country.  Then think of black satin and silk, patent leather court shoes and Jean Deprez Bal à Versailles perfume.  Take a schlück, and you get the sense of iron as much as sinuous acid and flesh.  Sexy beast's packin' a heavy short, so you get those whiffs of gunblue and cordite just to warn you that you're in the dark alone with this one.  Good for duck or softer, creamy cheddar.  And still inexpensive.

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  2. Mojo Wines Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

    Mojo Wines Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

    Regular Price: $20.00

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    The wine has fabulous colour, and is brimful of juicy, blackcurrant fruit, perfectly balanced by fine tannins. Whether anyone will get past the schizophrenic label (half wall art, half the most microscopic typeface, I don't know
    - if they do they will be richly rewarded. 95 Points James Halliday

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  3. Langmeil Wines Valley Floor Shiraz 2012

    Langmeil Wines Valley Floor Shiraz 2012

    Regular Price: $29.99

    Special Price: $27.00

    The best of this line yet, quite possibly, although to overtake the 2010 would be some feat! This is authentic, oriiginal Baroosa Valley Shiraz, made with passion and purity. No excesss oak, no excess alcohol, made naturally and aged in mix of old and new oak barrels ... this wine is what ALL Barossa Shiraz should taste like, and would taste like, if it could. A baby, buy heaps, and enjoy some this year, and leave the rest to sleep! Gavin Trott

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    Eden Road Wines the Long Road Shiraz 2011

    Regular Price: $24.00

    Special Price: $22.99

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    Light but bright hue; a very elegant wine with a core of red cherry and plum fruit, supported rather than challenged by superfine tannins and oak (10% new French puncheons). Making a better shiraz given the vintage would have been nigh on impossible, but it is probable this wine will principally appeal to lovers of pinot noir. 94 points James Halliday

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  2. Kirrihill Single Vineyard Tullymore Shiraz 2010

    Kirrihill Single Vineyard Tullymore Shiraz 2010

    Regular Price: $19.99

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    Deep purples in the glass lead to a nose reminiscent of black and blue berry fruit, mocha and vanilin oak. The seductive palate is rich and intense with plum, black cassis fruit with hints of chocolate, liquorice and earthy exotic spices. Cedary oak is evident but well integrated and the finish is smooth and persistent. Although drinking well now, this is a wine that will benefit from cellaring for up to ten years.

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  3. Elderton Wines High Altitude Cabernet 2012

    Elderton Wines High Altitude Cabernet 2012

    Regular Price: $20.00

    Special Price: $18.99

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    93 points - The Wine Front, Campbell Mattinson - .... No hesitation in recommending this. Fruit, acid and tannin are all perfectly pitched, aligned and integrated. Will drink well now or ‘ron. This is why we hang out for vintages like 2012.
    ....it is full of cassis, redcurrant and a touch of black olive, these fruit flavours precisely matched with French oak. The price is barely believable. 94 points James Halliday

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