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  1. Majella Sparkling Shiraz 2009

    Majella Sparkling Shiraz 2009

    The colour is a vibrant deep red with a ruby hue. The bouquet has oak derived vanilla, plums and spice. The palate is luscious with plum, cherry and raspberry fruit characters shining through and has tannin, acid and sugar balanced in just the right amounts.


    "Spicy licorice and intensely powerful Shiraz. Rich and leathery. A beauty."Ray Jordan - The West Australian. "Great with bacon and eggs"

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  2. Majella Wines The Musician 2014

    Majella Wines The Musician 2014

    Regular Price: $18.99

    Special Price: $18.00

    As low as: $16.99

    "Great buying.  Beautifully presented." Campbell Mattinson, Winefront.com.au
    "When it comes to affordable reds for everyday drinking it's hard to go past this delicious blend" Winsor Dobbin, Launceston Examiner

    "The wine delivers Coonawarra’s deep, ripe, berry flavours, medium body and elegant structure, without the overlay of oak or other winemaker inputs seen in wines made for cellaring." Chris Shanahan

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  3. Massena The Eleventh Hour 2015

    Massena The Eleventh Hour 2015

    Regular Price: $37.99

    Special Price: $36.50

    As low as: $35.00

    The dense and primary 2012 reveals dark red cherry and black plum fruits supported by licorice, black pepper and hints of roasted Indian spices. The opulent palate is full of dark cherries and plums and rich chocolate, with typical Barossa plummy fruit sweetness. Its supple tannins and engaging acidity ensure the wines ease in its youth without sacrificing the all important skeleton of structure required to reward drinkers for many years to come.

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  1. Meerea Park XYZ Shiraz 2014

    Meerea Park XYZ Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $19.99

    Special Price: $18.50

    As low as: $17.99

    We’ve had some doubts over the odd recent release out of Meerea Park but there is no doubt over this one. It’s a beauty. Pokolbin shiraz, aged in French oak puncheons, from a stellar season.Come hither complexity. Savoury and meaty but simultaneously jellied and inviting. Fresh plum, cherry liqueur, overflowing spice, aniseed. It’s firm, fluid, characterful and clean. Value is very high. Rated : 94 Points Winefront.com.au

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  2. Norfolk Rise Shiraz 2015

    Norfolk Rise Shiraz 2015

    Regular Price: $18.50

    Special Price: $17.00

    As low as: $16.50

    Norfolk Rise has most definitely pulled a rabbit out of a hat here. It’s a ripping wine. It’s savoury and herbal and all those good things, quite bunchy and stemmy you could say, but it’s also poured with pure, deep, ripe fruit, all plum-shot, spearminty, black cherried and meaty. It’s the kind of wine that just glides through the mouth, all satiny and sure, though the thing is: it’s also struck with smoky, spicy tannin, and a good deal of it. In short, you would never pick it as an $18 wine. It has all the characters and qualities of a $40+ wine. There’s little wonder it’s also caused a stir on the show circuit." 95 points Winefront.com.au

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  3. Parnasse French Syrah

    Parnasse French Syrah

    Regular Price: $14.00

    Special Price: $13.50

    As low as: $13.00

    It’s medium bodied, peppery and meaty, with bramble fruit of subtle sweetness and the perfume of wild scrub herbs. Tannin is light and gently chalky, acidity is well played and the finish is pretty long and fresh.
    Lovely to drink. Gulp even. 90 points Winefront..com.au

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  1. Pirathon by Kalleske Shiraz 2014

    Pirathon by Kalleske Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $25.99

    Special Price: $24.50

    As low as: $23.50

    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

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  2. Riposte The Cutlass Shiraz 2013

    Riposte The Cutlass Shiraz 2013

    Regular Price: $22.99

    Special Price: $22.00

    As low as: $20.00

    It’s a sure-footed wine with a bed of ripe plummy fruit and shots of spice threaded through. Not quite peppery, but close. Cedary oak plays a role but a fully integrated one. The finish is firm and savoury, but never is there any lack of fruit here. Very good. 92 points Winefront.com.au
    Riposte 2013 Cutlass Shiraz – Gold - Winewise
    2013 Riposte The Cutlass Adelaide Hills Shiraz The dark berry aromas and flavours are enhanced by well judged use of oak. Satisfaction guaranteed by a plush, medium-bodied palate. ★★★★☆

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  3. Samuels Gorge Shiraz 2014

    Samuels Gorge Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $41.99

    Special Price: $41.00

    As low as: $39.00

    t’s a wine with genuine fruit purity that is then complemented by a range of spice; wild fennel, aniseed and a dollop of harissa. In the background there are scents of sweet wet clay on a potter’s wheel. I then smell the occasional waft of smoke that swirls around a pile of dried kelp. The flavours are full but fresh with the fruits of mulberry, blueberry and Satsuma plum. It has darkness and restrained power.

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  1. Schwarz Meta Shiraz 2013

    Schwarz Meta Shiraz 2013
    $34.99

    Hand-picked, wild yeast-fermented with 22% whole bunches included in the ferment, bottled unfined and unfiltered; 125 dozen made. Bright, clear colour; the bouquet has a complex, pleasing edge of bramble and stem, characters that continue directly onto the medium-bodied, lively and gently savoury palate. So far, the Barossa has not shown much interest in whole bunch inclusion, but this wine should encourage others to experiment. It's not a nostrum for success, but certainly works well here.
    93 points James Halliday

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  2. Shaw and Smith Shiraz 2014

    Shaw and Smith Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $48.00

    Special Price: $46.50

    As low as: $45.00

    Wine Companion tasting note. - Rating: 96 points Drink By: 2030  Date Tasted:12 Jul 2015 Alcohol: 14%
    Has established a consistent reputation as one of Australia's best cool climate shirazs, low yields (especially in 2014) and site selection all-important. Handpicked, partial whole bunch and remainder whole berry open-fermented, matured in French oak (33% new) for 14 months. 
    A super-fragrant red cherry bouquet, with notes of mulberry, licorice and plum joining the vibrant red fruits of the palate, backed by firm, precisely framed tannins. 96 points James Halliday





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  3. Sidewood Estate Shiraz 2014

    Sidewood Estate Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $22.50

    Special Price: $21.50

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    This outstanding vintage of Shiraz displays lifted fruit flavours of raspberry, blackcurrant and plum on the nose. The palate intensifies with enhancing flavours of dark plum, blackberry and hints of cinnamon and nutmeg derived from oak maturation. A medium to full bodied wine with firm, silky rich tannins that finishes with a long and luxurious length. An outstanding accompaniment to beef with black bean sauce or truffle pasta as a vegetarian option.

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  1. Sons of Eden Kennedy GSM 2014

    Sons of Eden Kennedy GSM 2014

    Regular Price: $25.00

    Special Price: $24.50

    As low as: $23.00

    Juicy dark cherries, chocolate and spice, some of the stuff that I codify as ‘Barossa coal’, which may or may not make sense, and light perfume of flowers and dried herb. It’s medium bodied, silky smooth and spicy, with ultra-fine powder tannin, juiciness of fruit, though does not taste sweet, and a controlled spicy red berried finish of excellent length. Super from nose to tail." 93 points Winefront.com.au
    "55/35/10%, vines 17-100yo, all components warm-fermented to 32?C and matured separately, the grenache and mourvedre macerated on skins 10-120 days, pressed direct to barrel for 16 months. The relatively deep colour tells you this is not your average Barossa GSM, the bouquet and palate shout agreement from the rooftops. This is a very high quality blend worthy of comparison to Chateau Rayas of the Rhone Valley (albeit without challenging the incomparable Rayas)." 95 points James Halliday

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  2. Sons of Eden Zephyrus Shiraz 2014

    Sons of Eden Zephyrus Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $31.50

    Special Price: $30.00

    As low as: $28.50

    Juicy forest berries with a jasmine perfume, spice, dried herbs, choc-mint fondant. Medium to full bodied, bitter chocolate and juicy dark berries, silky glossy feel with fine grained tannin that provides traction on the finish, to tighten it up. Feels fresh, but not forced, and the oak is beautifully taken up. Effortless Shiraz of polish and high drinking appeal."
    Rated : 93 Points Winefront.com.au


    61% Barossa Valley, 39% Eden Valley, cold soak and post-ferment maceration, matured for 18 months in new and used French and American oak. Purple-crimson; a beautifully wrought and detailed palate, so supple it literally glides through to the finish and aftertaste without even a momentary pause for thought. Will live for decades, but can also be consumed tonight.
    96 points James Halliday
     

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  3. Soul Grower Provident Shiraz 2015

    Soul Grower Provident Shiraz 2015

    Regular Price: $25.50

    Special Price: $24.00

    As low as: $22.50

    I’ve always had a lot of time for the Soul Growers reds, with the laid-back richness of the style always deeply satisfying. Interestingly, it’s an oak-rich-yet-not-oaky style that I traditionally associate with Rockford, and there is definite parallels here.


    No changes with this ’15 Provident either. Sure, it’s young, but the deep, choc berry richness here is a winner. Undoubtedly oak plays a big part in that all-encompassing thickness, yet it never feels overdone. In fact, this isn’t a heavy wine at all. It’s just hearty, and chocolatey and enveloping in its textural weight in a savoury, dry and thick-set form, complete with large grain tannins, a little cosseting warmth with plenty of acidity on the finish.


    Pretty much everything you’d want in a $28 Barossa Shiraz, really, with that texture the winner. Very good. Best drinking: 2016-2030. 18/20, 93/100. 14.5%, $28.
    Would I buy it? Sure would.

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  1. St Johns Road Block 3 Shiraz 2015

    St Johns Road Block 3 Shiraz 2015

    Regular Price: $37.00

    Special Price: $34.99

    As low as: $33.00

    "From the same vineyard as the Block 8 Shiraz, but from old vines at the bottom of the vineyard. Similar/same winemaking, though the oak is newer.


    A dense, dark, rich wine with both its faculties and freshness intact. This is a lovely wine. Meaty and peppery and yet blackberried and earthen. Woodsmoke/toast characters play a complementary role. It struts its stuff, and gives complexity a nudge too. Rated : 94 Points Winefront.com.au

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  2. St Johns Road Block 8 Shiraz 2015

    St Johns Road Block 8 Shiraz 2015

    Regular Price: $37.00

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    ....... Spice, liquorice and leather notes play keen and attractive roles. Cranberries and cherries, sweet and spicy. Strings of herbs flow through the finish. Quite delicious."
    Rated : 93 Points Winefront.com.au
    "Full crimson-purple. Pure, intense, its characters border on minerality; great vitality and length. The reason? Its alcohol, more than 1% lower than the Barossa Valley average. 13.4% alc; screwcap. 96 points; drink to 2035; $38 James Halliday"



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  3. St Johns Road the Evangelist Shiraz 2014

    St Johns Road the Evangelist Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $58.00

    Special Price: $54.99

    As low as: $49.99

    Strong colour; exceptional mouthfeel ex tannins; much more savoury, but not at the expense of dark black fruits, anise; from three old-vine vineyards in Eden and Barossa Valleys; very good tannins. Matured 12 months in French hogsheads (50% new), blended and matured for a further six months in older French oak. 14.5% alc; screwcap. 96 points; drink to 2039; $50 James Halliday
    It’s swish. It’s soft. It’s plush and generous, without ever seeming overdone, or even close to it. It’s alive with black and blue berried fruit, jubey anise then keeping the sweet flow of flavour coming. Lift? There’s plenty. Floral. You can stamp this with the words “fundamentally delicious”. It’s a cracker. It has the tannin structure to match; it leaves no stone unturned."
    Rated : 95 Points Winefront.com.au



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  1. Teusner The Independent Shiraz Mataro 2014

    Teusner The Independent Shiraz Mataro 2014

    Regular Price: $24.50

    Special Price: $22.50

    As low as: $22.00

    Now comes in the Teusner proprietary bottle mould with a logo above the main label. Different to the bottle image shown. Can’t find one of those. Not on the website. I love that Kym Teusner confesses to Barossa Shiraz being a bit boring on its own. Mataro is the great grape of the Barossa, Riesling aside. What ho!


    Invariably a good wine, and invariably better than the ever-popular Riebke Shiraz.

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  2. Teusner The Riebke Barossa Valley Shiraz 2015

    Teusner The Riebke Barossa Valley Shiraz 2015

    Regular Price: $24.50

    Special Price: $22.00

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    Coffee, chocolate and hazelnuts, soot and blackberries. Rich and full bodied, happily not swamped with oak, fleshy grainy tannin, more of that choc-hazelnut fruit, a little boysenberried nip of acidity, and plenty of grainy tannin running through a pretty long, slightly warm, finish. It’s a hearty wine and good drinking. I think I like it a little more than the 2014, though it’s hard to be emphatic.
    Rated : 90 Points Winefront.com.au

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  3. The Lane Block 5 Shiraz 2013

    The Lane Block 5 Shiraz 2013

    Regular Price: $25.00

    Special Price: $23.50

    As low as: $22.99

    This is another excellent example. It’s a savoury wine first and foremost, with smoke, twigs and generally reductive notes dominating the initial impression, but cherry-plum fruit comes bounding in, intent on give the party a kick along. Firm, drying tannin is here in abundance too;
    it won’t be a short-lived wine. 
    It will though please a lot of cool climate shiraz drinkers.  93+ Points Campbell Mattinson Winefront.com.au"

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  1. The Shiraz and Riedel Wine Glasses Gift Pack

    The Shiraz and Riedel Wine Glasses Gift Pack
    $175.00
    Now this is a serious, and seriously delicious pack of wines that together represent the finest new generation of Australian Shiraz wines, plus the perfect, and perfectly designed glasses to drink these wines from, made by Riedel.

    4 bottles of fine Australian Shiraz from premium boutique producers

    plus, accompanying these premium wines is a 2 pack of the

    Riedel O Series Shiraz Glass

    Makes the perfect gift, for that wine loving friend or colleague, or even yourself! Great drinking! Learn More

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  2. Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Shiraz 2013

    Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Shiraz 2013

    Regular Price: $24.99

    Special Price: $23.50

    As low as: $22.00

    JAMES HALLIDAY, WINE COMPANION 2016 - 95 Points - 'It’s good. It champs at the bit to show off its sweet, jubey fruit but via chains of herb-shot tannin a sense of control is maintained. There’s pretty much no doubting this is a beautiful red wine to drink. For now, or for later. It sits on the cusp of jamminess, all jellied and blackberried, with hints of raspberry and mint simply ramping the deliciousness higher. Value, what value.'



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  3. Three Dark Horses Shiraz 2015

    Three Dark Horses Shiraz 2015

    Regular Price: $24.50

    Special Price: $23.50

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    Varietal aromas of dark berries and vanilla, with musk, spice and chocolate playing a supporting role. Flavours of plum, blackberry conserve and coco powder. Some spice and a touch of earth. Soft and plush in the middle, with gentle but persistent tannin giving a long finish. The quintessential McLaren Vale Shiraz.


    "Percentage of whole bunches, wild yeast, mature vines (up to 70 years old), 40% new French oak, unfined and unfiltered, and most importantly, excellent quality … all for under $25.00

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  1. Turkey Flat Shiraz 2014

    Turkey Flat Shiraz 2014

    Regular Price: $50.00

    Special Price: $48.50

    As low as: $46.00

    The wine is a beacon for the Turkey Flat style. It has a deep colour and bright aromatics. The palate is unctuous and full of fruit whilst being supported by long tannins. The oak is delicately interwoven through the palate lifting and extending the natural elements of the wine. Cellar 15 years plus.


    97 Points | "A Hero Of Barossa Shiraz" - James Halliday


    All of the mainstream red winemaking options are used, demanding (and receiving) unrelenting attention to detail. This is a hero Barossa Valley shiraz, with great colour, profound complexity, yet retaining a calm personality within its array of primary, fresh flavours. Drink by: 2044  Halliday Wine Companion 2017 Edition.

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  2. Two Hands Gnarly Dudes 2014

    Two Hands Gnarly Dudes 2014

    Regular Price: $29.99

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    Dark fruit bursts onto the palate. The vibrant acid carries the juicy plummy fruit and bitter chocolate seamlessly through the palate and continues to roll on and on balanced by firm, but fine tannins. This wine is from probably our best vintage to date and will need a few months to settle down, but will age over the medium to long term and will drink well for at least the next decade.

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  3. Voyager Estate Shiraz 2012

    Voyager Estate Shiraz 2012

    Regular Price: $36.99

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    "96 Points. One of the better shiraz from Voyager. Bouquet is beautiful. Liqueur chocolates with savoury dark plum aromas. It’s seamless and so velvety smooth on the palate with a fine integration of tannins and oak. There is a sense of place and region here which manifests itself on the palate. Effortless and long to the finish. A beauty."- Ray Jordan, The West Australian Wine Guide 2015 Edition
    "95 Points. Bright crimson-purple; the bouquet offers red and black fruits plus French Oak, and sets the path for the palate to follow, which it duly does; the tannins are still to fully settle down, seemingly part fruit, part oak-derived. Has all the ingredients for a distinguished future" - James Halliday

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  1. Wicks Estate Adelaide Hills Shiraz 2013

    Wicks Estate Adelaide Hills Shiraz 2013

    Regular Price: $21.50

    Special Price: $20.00

    As low as: $19.00

    Dark cherry and black fruit flavours, cool climate spice and elegance all gently integrate with fine silken tannins highlighting the careful selection of French oak barriques.


    Single vineyard; multiple batches, variously fermented and macerated, matured in French barriques (34% new). The bouquet is inviting, but doesn't prepare you for the explosion of exceptionally intense flavour as the wine enters the mouth; it is almost inevitable that it should back off somewhat on the back-palate, 
    but this is still a very good wine, and a steal at the price. 94 points James Halliday

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  2. Willow Bridge Gravel Pit Shiraz 2013

    Willow Bridge Gravel Pit Shiraz 2013

    Regular Price: $29.00

    Special Price: $27.99

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    .....flavoursome, but stylish wine, ripped with blackberry, clove and toast-like flavours and with excellent extension of fruit and tannin through the finish. It’s not the pits, it’s excellent. This will live and mature over a very long time. It feels sturdy.” 94 points Campbell Mattinson Winefront.com.au
    “Exquisite shiraz-dominant wine which uses small parcels of Mataro and Grenache to add complexity and a delightful floral influence. The previous vintage was good, this one is better. Love its lightness of touch and beautifully seductive nose. Effortlessly long palate with such brightness and life. Terrific”. 96/100 Ray Jordan ... concentrating the flavour profile of plum and blackberry fruit, complexity further aided by the inclusion of small amounts of Grenache and Mataro. Matured in French oak (20% new) which has not blunted the tannins. The wine is complete in every way. 95 points James Halliday

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  3. Woods Crampton Barossa Shiraz 2015

    Woods Crampton Barossa Shiraz 2015

    Regular Price: $21.50

    Special Price: $20.00

    As low as: $19.50

    It’s as tasty and accessible as ever, and also carries its trademark drinkabilty and understated style. Plum and blue fruits, peanuts in dark chocolate, plenty of spice, touch of stalk and meaty funk, with a subtle floral perfume. Medium bodied, silky and well knit, with
    fine grained graphite tannin, balanced acidity, and an even finish of good length. Feels glossy and ready to go, though a couple of years in the cellar will likely show further improvement." Rated : 93 Points Winefront.com.au

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