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The palate is of medium body, showing soft complex fruit flavours with rich berry characters. Complex tannins give the… more info
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Wolf Blass Bilyara Shiraz is a fruit driven style with a bouquet of lifted spice, plum and red berry fruit characters… more info
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VITICULTURE South Eastern Australia Fruit was sourced from a range of vineyard sites in the premium wine growing… more info
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Wolf Blass Bilyara Sparkling Brut has a vibrant bouquet with zesty citrus and sherbet aromas. This wine offers… more info
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The Wolf Blass Grey Label Shiraz is an opulent concentrated and complex style with plenty of spicy fruit and a dash of… more info
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Wolf Blass have been famous for producing approachable wines that carry with them layers of flavour and complexity. In… more info
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Perhaps the definitive interpretation of McLaren Vale Shiraz, Grey Label is a deeply flavoured, generous, yet elegantly… more info
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Great intensity of fruit and a beautiful integration with some sweet, toasty oak. This is a big wine, dry and savoury… more info
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Wolf Blass Eaglehawk Shiraz 2013 | $102/Dozen - Winemarket more info
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The highly acclaimed Wolf Blass Gold Label Riesling was launched in 1985, and inspired our winemaking team to develop a… more info
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We won't lie to you. This is not a profound wine. It is not earth shatteringly good. It will not cellar for 15 years.… more info
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Wolf Blass Red Label Shiraz Cabernet 750ml more info
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Wolf Blass Yellow Label Shiraz 750ml more info
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Wolf Blass Eaglehawk Shiraz Merlot Cabernet Only from Jacks Wine more info
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Dark fruits and spice on the nose is complemented by subtle, sweet vanillin oak. Quite full bodied with plummy fruit… more info
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Wolf Blass has a heritage in the Barossa Valley dating back over 40 years and his pioneering spirit can be seen in this… more info
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More than 15 years ago the winemakers at Wolf Blass decided it was time to craft a premium wine that showcased the… more info
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The modern incarnation of the Wolf Blass range of wines, the Platinum Label sees only the best Barossa fruit. A warm… more info
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Wolf Blass has a long and illustrious history in the Australian wine industry. Soft and approachable, this fruit driven… more info
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Wolf Blass brings us a fruit driven style Shiraz Merlot Cabernet blend with a bouquet of lifted spice, plum, and subtle… more info
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Bringing together three varieties of grape has created this fruit driven wine from South Eastern Australia. When… more info
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Wolf Blass Red Label Shiraz Grenache is extremely soft and approachable, displaying rich plum and cherry characters… more info
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Lifted fragrant aromas of bramble berries and plum meld with integrated oak notes of dark chocolate and vanilla bean.… more info
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The classic Australian pairing of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon is expressed in a medium-bodied blend displaying bright… more info
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A South Eastern Australian wine that combines vineyards to create a truly fruit driven option. Its medium bodied… more info
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Parcels of fruit from premium South Australian Shiraz regions contribute to create a wine that displays attractive… more info
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The first Red Label, in 1986, was a classic blend of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. An immediate success with wine… more info
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The first Red Label, in 1986, was a classic blend of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. An immediate success with wine… more info
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Could Wolf Blass offer the most consistent value for money when it comes to everyday drinking styles. Judging by this… more info
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This Eaglehawk Shiraz Merlot Cabernet is sourced from premium Australian Vineyards. These three varieties combine to… more info
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Predominately featuring blended wines, the Red Label range is all about approachable and flavoursome wines that… more info
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WOW! Wolf Blass have certainly produced a Black Label here with gob smacking power, albeit with elegance and finesse.… more info
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The elite parcels of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon selected for Wolf Blass Black Label are brought together to form a… more info
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More than 40 years ago in 1973, the very first vintage of Wolf Blass Black Label was created - a wine that subsequently… more info
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Sourced from quality vineyards in the McLaren Vale in South Australia, the Grey Label has long been a benchmark for… more info
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Wolf Blass Grey Label Shiraz is sourced from quality vineyards in the McLaren Vale in South Australia. The Grey Label… more info
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The bouquet is layered with abundant aroma's of plum pudding, cigar box, blackberries & chocolate. It has an excellent… more info
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This appealing dry red by Wolf Blass is soft and spicy with mouth filling flavours of ripe berries well matched with… more info
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Soft, rich and elegant , this medium bodied shiraz displays intense dark berry aromas with supporting spice and… more info
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The original Wolf Blass Brown Label Shiraz was first released in 1975, a blend of Shiraz from Langhorne Creek and the… more info
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