Old School Shiraz with deep flavours a pure fruit character and a more approachable price point from Mitolo. Deep bright crimson, with bright perfumes of raspberry, cherry cola and nicely integrated vanilla and cedar oak. Intense flavours of raspberry and cedarwood, the Angela has a real energy thanks to lively acidity and freshness.
This Shiraz is so called, because the very first person to taste this wine judged it to be `a knockout`! Did you notice the boxer on the label is a double Mollydooker? Flavours of bright maraschino cherry, fresh plum, rich dark chocolate and liquorice. The tannins are fine, the fruit is soft and the flavours tickle the taste buds.
Deep, black-red in colour, with perfumes of dark cherry, aniseed and blackcurrant on the nose, giving way to good structure on the palate, ripe, silky tannins and a broad, spiced, savoury fruit character. it is spicy and rich to the finish.
Quality sparkling red from The Barossa. Beautifully deep in colour with a persistent fine bead. The bouquet shows hints of satsuma, plum and black cherry leading to an explosion of dark exotic fruits on the palate. A very special sparkling red for times of celebration.
A cooler climate Shiraz from Victoria, the grapes for The Story Grampians Shiraz is from three different vineyards. The warm vintage in 2013 provided a classic dark fruit spectrum, but the grapes were picked early enough to keep the wines from being too broad. In fact, they are mineral and floral and tightly structured.
Fragrant aromatic and spicy nose, showing an array of red fruits and subtle oak. The palate is dominated by a flavoursome compote of red fruits, black fruits and a variety of spices. Ripe, fine tannins and good concentration provide structure, length and a seamless balance. This is one of the best value wines that we stock.
A small amount of Shiraz is hand-picked every year to make this limited release Sparkling Shiraz. "You could bite into this! It`s dense, black, chocolaty and richly flavoured, the smooth, spreading flavour of it very easy to fall for.
The 2014 Antiquarian Shiraz was selected from the finest Barossa grapes and matured in French oak barriques for 24 months.The wine is glorious upon release and will develop even greater complexity with cellaring for up to 10 years. The wine is a deep crimson red, showing brick edges.
Stonewell Shiraz – first made in 1987 – has one guiding principle: to be Peter Lehmann’s best Shiraz of vintage. The name Stonewell was chosen in recognition of the high quality Shiraz grapes being grown around Stonewell Road. This limited release Stonewell Shiraz has aromas of dark, plummy fruit, a touch of chocolate and hints of mint.