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  1. The Crabtree Wines Hilltop Vineyard Shiraz 2013 is sourced from the elevated Clare Valley in South Australia. A region renowned for its elegant Shiraz wines and this is from the 5 Star winery Crabtree. This Shiraz is elegant full and smooth with delicious aromas and flavours of plums sweet berries and spice. Perfect to compare to more elegant Shiraz wines from cooler climate Australia New Zealand and France. This Shiraz is a great bargain at this price and a treat for yourself and friends. Perfect for spicy Indian or Asian dishes as well as beef dishes. The Crabtree Wines Hilltop Vineyard Shiraz 2013 was rated 94 points and Special Value by James Halliday. Drinking Window 1-2 years. Alcohol Percent 14.5

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  2. The Reserve des Tuileries Grenache Shiraz 2013 has the opulence of a Chateauneuf-du-Pape and the style of a premium Australian red wine. The Reserve des Tuileries red blend from the Cotes de Roussillon region in France has the character of Shiraz and Grenache blends. This is a special red wine from its a beautiful royal blue label showing the Roussillon region through to its opulent and rich blackberry and spice flavours. Devotees of big full Australian Shiraz and Grenache red blends will love this Reserve des Tuileries Grenache red blend. This wine is delightful with grilled red meats and old cheeses. Delicious over many courses at your next dinner party or as a treat for yourself. The Reserve des Tuileries Cotes de Roussillon won numerous Gold medals in France for this wine. Robert Parker voted the Reserve des Tuileries wine 91 points and the 2013 Roussillon vintage 94 points. Drinking Window Next 2-3 years. Alcohol Percent 14.0 .

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  3. This bold Barossa wine has hints of spice, plum and blackberry. It's wines like this, with full flavour and velvet texture that led James Halliday to give Mitolo winery the thumbs up with a 5-star rating.

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  4. Excellent dark crimson with sweet fruit to match amid lashings of oak flavours plus chocolate-coated coffee beans and blackberry-toffee. Ripe and full-bodied with ample tannins, yet there's a vivacity too." 93 points, James Halliday Wine Companion, August 2017."

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  5. 97 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday Yangarra Estate is a biodynamic wine farm in the McLaren Vale region in South Australia. Ironheart represents the most elite Shiraz from their single vineyard estate. The name Ironheart captures the red-ish ironstone soils, along with the passion and soulful dedication to the soil vineyard and winemaking. “The dark Ironheart Shiraz is wound up like a coil, put it in a decanter and let it spring open. As a young wine the typical dark fruit aromas are elusive, but on the palate the power and concentration of the fruit unfolds, with big soft tannins so typical from this site, and the iron-like sanguine finish. A wine made to sustain the years ahead .” - Peter Fraser, winemaker. "From two vineyard blocks on a gravelly ironstone outcrop, a barrel selection that is said to focus on ironstone characters. Hand-picked, cold soak, 25% whole bunches, wild-fermented, matured in French oak (40% new) for 15 months. Sombre, earthy black fruits are so intense they momentarily stop the heart from beating. The texture and mouthfeel are such that they throw down the gauntlet to anyone seeking to drink more than a glass at this early (indeed far too early) stage of its life. The balance is spot on the money, so the long term future is assured." - 97 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday

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  6. ‘Great length and elegance are the marks of a truly lovely wine.’ 96 Points James Halliday The Shiraz (52%) for this blend has been sourced from their premium Dairy Hill block which provides concentrated, classic medium body Hunter Shiraz. The Pinot Noir (48%) is the MV6 clone planted at the base of the Dairy Hill. The vineyard has drip irrigation installed on each vine row to ensure vine health and consistency of quality. The crop yields are relatively low, producing excellent concentration of fruit flavour. The two blocks were picked individually at the optimal ripeness. The Shiraz was de-stemmed into the fermenter and fermented with a specific yeast strain used to enhance the vineyard derived primary fruit characters. Once fermentation was finished, the Shiraz was pressed off skins and racked to oak, with 30% new French oak puncheons filled. The Pinot Noir block was partially de-stemmed, with approximately 40% whole clusters used in the open top fermenter. The Pinot Noir was fermented using indigenous yeast and carefully temperature monitored to capture the delicate Pinot Noir floral notes. Once fermentation was complete, the Pinot Noir was pressed off skins and racked to old oak puncheons. The wine was blended after 18 months maturation in oak and gently fined and filtered before being sent to bottle. The nose is perfumed floral notes of cassis and dark cherry notes. The palate is a finely balanced blend of dark cherry, cassis and spice notes. Elegant, medium bodied with silky tannins and a fine boned acid structure, this wine is made to intrigue and delight. “H.R.B honours Hunter Valley Burgundy; no blend percentages given, but estate-grown. The light, clear colour is entirely approachable, as are the predominantly red fruits; this wine has more Burgundian notes to it than many of its predecessors in the '50s (other than those of Maurice O'Shea). Great length and elegance are the marks of a truly lovely wine.” – 96 Points James Halliday

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  7. 2017,Lyrebird,South Eastern Australia,Shiraz

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  8. Mixed Case,Mixed,Mixed wine case,Mixed Case

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  9. LANGTON'S Regional Value Shiraz Dozen

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  10. KAESLER WINES Alte Reben Shiraz 3-pack Vertical 2012, 2013, 2014

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  11. Penfolds Bin 389 is the classic South Australian red! Often referred to as ''Baby Grange'' or ''Poor Man''s Grange'', Bin 389 was the wine that helped to build Penfolds'' solid reputation with wine drinkers around the world. A magnificent blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz from the very best regions and vineyards available to Peter Gago and his team, the 2013 vintage has a robust nature of the Cabernet grape give structure and body to the wine while the opulent Shiraz fruit provides suppleness and intensity. A true icon of Australian wine first created by the legend himself, Max Schubert, Peter Gago is quoted as saying ''Through thick and thin, across all vintages, Bin 389 always delivers - benefitting from over half a century of practice!

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  12. A burst of spicy dark fruit hits the nose with ripe cherries, plums and black fruits on the palate. The V&A Lane Shiraz has the richness of the fruit balanced by the fine tannins from good oak. The V&A wines from Wynns pay tribute to the wonderful and unique vineyards that are located around V&A Lane in central Coonawarra. A brilliant Shiraz that could be enjoy now or cellar under the right conditions. Please note: Limit of 2 bottles per customer

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  13. The 2013 vintage of Penfolds Bin 28 Shiraz is a perfect representation of this iconic warm climate wine. Deep in colour with plum aromas, this wine possesses vibrant and robust fruit flavours, and finishes firm and dry.

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  14. The Shiraz that defines all Shiraz. St Henri Shiraz has been around since 1957 and is matured for 12 months in oak. The 2012 St Henri is an elegant drop with plenty of rich, plush character that can be enjoyed straight away. After a few years in the cellar, it will become softer and earthier.

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  15. The Reserve des Tuileries Grenache Shiraz 2013 has the opulence of a Chateauneuf-du-Pape and the style of a premium Australian red wine. The Reserve des Tuileries red blend from the Cotes de Roussillon region in France has the character of Shiraz and Grenache blends. This is a special red wine from its a beautiful royal blue label showing the Roussillon region through to its opulent and rich blackberry and spice flavours. Devotees of big full Australian Shiraz and Grenache red blends will love this Reserve des Tuileries Grenache red blend. This wine is delightful with grilled red meats and old cheeses. Delicious over many courses at your next dinner party or as a treat for yourself. The Reserve des Tuileries Cotes de Roussillon won numerous Gold medals in France for this wine. Robert Parker voted the Reserve des Tuileries wine 91 points and the 2013 Roussillon vintage 94 points. Drinking Window Next 2-3 years. Alcohol Percent 14.0 .

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  16. The Crabtree Wines Hilltop Vineyard Shiraz 2013 is sourced from the elevated Clare Valley in South Australia. A region renowned for its elegant Shiraz wines and this is from the 5 Star winery Crabtree. This Shiraz is elegant full and smooth with delicious aromas and flavours of plums sweet berries and spice. Perfect to compare to more elegant Shiraz wines from cooler climate Australia New Zealand and France. This Shiraz is a great bargain at this price and a treat for yourself and friends. Perfect for spicy Indian or Asian dishes as well as beef dishes. The Crabtree Wines Hilltop Vineyard Shiraz 2013 was rated 94 points and Special Value by James Halliday. Drinking Window 1-2 years. Alcohol Percent 14.5

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  17. The Rare Print Series of wines are made from hand-crafted small parcels that showcase the relationship between site and variety. This richly flavoured Bendigo Shiraz is filled with cherry berry fruit combined with integrated oak, giving it a complex tannin finish. It's great with red meat dishes, but our pick is grilled kangaroo fillet hot off the barbecue.

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  18. With vines planted by previous owner Otto Kasper using a cutting from an ageing and secret Shiraz clone, and tended to with almost antique machinery and a well-practiced hand, the Clos Otto vineyard consistently yields super low quantities with ultra rich flavours. The Clos Otto fruit is sourced from a small, eastern-facing block within the estate. The combination of the micro-climate (missing only the late afternoon sun) and the soil (red clay loam with underlying red plastic clay) found on this block provides the perfect conditions for premium Shiraz production. “Exceptionally deep, powerful and full-bodied; blackberry, blackcurrant, licorice, tar and dark chocolate gambol across the luxuriant palate, tannin and oak with secondary roles; in Hentley Farm style, manages to massage the mouth so thoroughly it throws off any idea of dead fruit or excessive extract.” – 97 Points James Halliday

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  19. 96 Points & Special Value Wine Campbell Mattinson This is McLaren Vale Shiraz at its finest. From the acclaimed 'Jones Block', this wine is well regarded for its generous, yet elegant style. A small parcel was selected from our century old vines for complex fruit flavours and seamless structure. Grapes are hand pruned; wine is aged in fine grained French and American oak. As always, no corners cut. A rich, savoury and spicy blend, this wine has a fleshy middle palate and great length. “This one looks the goods. It's thick with blackberried fruit flavour but there are rounds of earthen, coffeed complexity; it doesn't taste simple and yet it doesn't invoke a headache in its attempt to impress. The finish is long and well framed; it will live a long life.” – 96 Points & Special Value Wine Campbell Mattinson

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  20. Shiraz has been produced at Best’s Great Western since the late 1800s, although the actual date of the first Bin 0 Shiraz is lost in the annals of time. What is certain is that Bin 0 as a descriptor on the wine label has been in use for over 100 years. Best’s Bin 0 Shiraz is produced from the four original Shiraz plantings in the low yielding blocks of the historic Concongella vineyard at Great Western. This includes nineteenth century and mid twentieth century plantings of Shiraz which result in very low yielding, intense vines. The fruit is hand-selected, sorted and fermented in small-batches and matured in the finest barrels in our underground cellar. Bin 0 is made to be an age worthy style and has been the undisputed icon of the Great Western shiraz style for many decades. It is internationally acclaimed as one of Australia’s great Shiraz wines. The esteemed Langton’s Classification of Australian Wine upgraded Bin No. 0 Shiraz in Classification V 2010 from ”Distinguished” to “Excellent” category. “Depth, texture, balance and long sinewy length. Not much more need be said; it’s a cracking release with a fabulous future ahead of it. Cherries, boysenberries, plums, suggestions of fresh garden mint and slips of coffee. There’s a seriousness to it but mostly an irresistibility. Gorgeous freshness of flavour.” – 95 Points Campbell Mattinson NB – No Thompson made in the 2013 Vintage

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