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  1. Woods Crampton Barossa Shiraz 2016

    Woods Crampton Barossa Shiraz 2016

    Regular Price: $21.50

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    It’s a little cloudy, but has great colour. Spice, boysenberry, almost a gin botanicals perfume too, brown bread and chocolate wrappers. Medium bodied, fresh and perky, bright crushed berry flavour and spice, beautiful lightly furry tannin, settled acidity, and an aromatic and commanding finish of fine length. This has drinkability, value and complexity all sewn up. Strong recommendation. Rated : 93 Points Winefront.com.au   Learn More

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  2. Yangarra Estate Vineyard Shiraz 2015

    Yangarra Estate Vineyard Shiraz 2015

    Regular Price: $30.00

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    James Halliday 95 Points Estate fruit, 50% whole berries, a portion of whole bunches, wild ferment and aged in French oak 25% new for 17 months. Excellent dark-purple hue; succulent and velvety texture with some power to the chiselled tannins, savoury yet pristine fruit the key. (Jane Faulkner) James Halliday Wine Companion 2018, August 2017 Learn More

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  3. Yelland & Papps Second Take Shiraz 2016

    Yelland & Papps Second Take Shiraz 2016
    94/100 - Steve Leszcynski - Qwine Michael Papps was pretty happy with the way this came together when we had a chat about his new release Second Take wines. Give it a chance to breathe and you'll see what he means. Unfiltered and unfined, there's 65% whole bunch Shiraz here which saw 11 days on skins and nine months in French oak (29% new). 2900 produced. Lean forward and embrace the funk. Red berries, pan juices, purple flower aromas. Dark berry fruit assume control in the mouth. And then Mulberry compote comes to mind - similar to the one my grandmother used to mak Learn More

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