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  1. Wolf Blass Yellow Label is a well known range in Australia as well as International. It''s Shiraz has dark fruits, spices and sweet vanillin oak on the nose, medium bodied with jammy dark fruits on the palate. It is medium finish with firm tannins. A easy match for winter recipes.

    $12.99
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  2. This appealing dry red by Wolf Blass is soft and spicy with mouth filling flavours of ripe berries well matched with light tannins. As part of the Red Label range, this Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon is an everyday drinking style which delivers real value for money.

    $8.99
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  3. Recognised on the world wine stage as a wine of distinction, heritage and pedigree, Black Label has an unparalleled reputation as a benchmark example of classic Australian wine.Liquor Act 2007. It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Lic. No. LIQP770016424

    $145.00
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  4. Wolf Blass Grey Cabernet Shiraz

    $49.95
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  5. The Master pays homage to Wolf Blass''s founder, Wolfgang Blass who was committed to creating outstanding wines of quality, character and consistency. This Cabernet Shiraz has complex layers of bramble berry fruits, warm spice and mocha on the nose with elegant mineral notes which combine with tightly-woven tannins and oak resulting in a wine of great personality.

    $350.00
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  6. The Wolf Blass Grey Label Shiraz is an opulent concentrated and complex style with plenty of spicy fruit and a dash of chocolate. True to the style that Wolf himself made from the very beginning of this now iconic brand, this is very tasty and enjoyable now yet it has the weight and complexity to improve with cellaring.

    $35.99
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  7. Wolf Blass brings us a fruit driven style Shiraz Merlot Cabernet blend with a bouquet of lifted spice, plum, and subtle oak. The palate is medium bodied, showing soft fruit flavours with rich berry characters.

    $6.20
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  8. Back in 1998 Chief Winemaker, Chris Hatcher, decided it was time to take Wolf Blass into the modern world and the result was a single varietal Shiraz that was 100% aged in French Oak, unlike their famous flagship the Black Label which is a blend and aged in American Oak. A wonderful contemporary version of Wolf Blass that is a cavalcade of rich blueberry, blackberry and complex elements of dark chocolate and warm spice. Superbly long on the palate with an obvious hint to a long future in the cellar.

    $149.99
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  9. The original Wolf Blass Brown Label Shiraz was first released in 1975, a blend of Shiraz from Langhorne Creek and the Barossa Valley. The wine came to be known as Brown Label ''Classic Shiraz'', evolving into the finest Shiraz blend of the vintage, with fruit selected from the year''s three most outstanding regions. Today, Brown Label has proudly been reinstated to the Wolf Blass collection. This is a truely synergistic Shiraz, bringing together the rich opulent fruit of McLaren Vale, the fragrance and finesse of Langhorne Creek and the depth, tannin structure and length of the Barossa Valley.

    $49.99
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  10. Wolf Blass has a long and illustrious history in the Australian wine industry. Soft and approachable, this fruit driven Shiraz is easy drinking and loves red meats.

    $6.20
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  11. Wolf Blass has a heritage in the Barossa Valley dating back over 40 years and his pioneering spirit can be seen in this latest incarnation of the classic Grey Label. A landmark blend of Cabernet and Shiraz from the Langhorne Creek region which was championed by Wolf himself shows big, bold, typical Wolf Blass characters of fruit cake, dark fruit and soft, engaging tannin structure.

    $35.99
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  12. The elite parcels of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon selected for Wolf Blass Black Label are brought together to form a perfect storm of concentrated power. This wine is the darling of collectors as a result, and it should be yours with its magnificent ability to be a rich and concentrated when young and a wonderfully balanced amalgam of flavours with a touch of bottle age. Sublime!

    $109.99
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  13. Soft, rich and elegant, Wolf Blass Gold Label Shiraz displays intense dark berry aromas with supporting spice and chocolate leaping from the glass. The full and well rounded palate offers layers of bright plum and berry fruit alongside well-integrated oak, fine acid and balanced tannins.

    $29.99
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  14. Wolf Blass has a heritage in the Barossa Valley dating back over 40 years and his pioneering spirit can be seen in this latest incarnation of the classic Grey Label. A landmark blend of Cabernet and Shiraz from the Langhorne Creek region which was championed by Wolf himself shows big, bold, typical Wolf Blass characters of fruit cake, dark fruit and soft, engaging tannin structure.

    $49.99
    + Shipping
  15. The original Wolf Blass Brown Label Shiraz was first released in 1975, a blend of Shiraz from Langhorne Creek and the Barossa Valley. The wine came to be known as Brown Label ''Classic Shiraz'', evolving into the finest Shiraz blend of the vintage, with fruit selected from the year''s three most outstanding regions. Today, Brown Label has proudly been reinstated to the Wolf Blass collection. This is a truely synergistic Shiraz, bringing together the rich opulent fruit of McLaren Vale, the fragrance and finesse of Langhorne Creek and the depth, tannin structure and length of the Barossa Valley.

    $49.99
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  16. Aromatic ripe blue and dark fruits with liquorice notes on the nose, Bromley by Wolf Blass Shiraz is distinctively Adelaide Hills with bold flavours and subtle floral bouquet. It has dark berry fruits flavours that fill the mouth with velvet tannins and warm spices. A true expression of two iconic South Australians brands!

    $19.85
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  17. The Wolf Blass Grey Label Shiraz is an opulent concentrated and complex style with plenty of spicy fruit and a dash of chocolate. True to the style that Wolf himself made from the very beginning of this now iconic brand, this is very tasty and enjoyable now yet it has the weight and complexity to improve with cellaring.

    $49.99
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  18. 2012 was a top year and this aged Cabernet Shiraz is a great example of it. A fragrant, fruity nose. There''s an amalgam of bright, lifted red fruits, deeper black notes and licorice all sorts on a palate that shows admirable restraint in the oak department. It is deliciously soft and juicy with excellent "flow" and long, smooth, silky tannins. It''s not just about the fruit, though. You''ll also find just the right amount of savouriness.

    $49.99
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  19. The 2008 vintage sees the 36th consecutive release ofBlack Label, our iconic flagship, and the firstultra-premium wine made by Wolf Blass in 1973.Wolf’s aim was to create the finest red blend from thevintage and, 36 vintages later, the sentiment is as truetoday as it was then. Black Label enjoys a prestigioushistory, a multi-award winning wine which is, to thisday, the only Australian wine to have won the covetedRoyal Melbourne Wine Show’s Jimmy WatsonMemorial Trophy a record four times.

    $138.99
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  20. Wolf Blass continues to produce brilliant quality wines at unbeatable prices and the Red Label Cabernet Merlot is the perfect example. The wine has bright berry and plum fruit aromas supported by subtle nutty oak. The palate displays a juicy fruit finish with approachable fine tannins and its best enjoyed young and fresh with hearty red meat dishes.

    $8.99
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