mcwilliams markview shiraz 2012 - Compare The Best mcwilliams markview shiraz 2012 Prices In Australia | GetPrice
You searched

mcwilliams markview shiraz 2012

Showing 1 - 20 of 251 results
Sort:
  1. A Cabernet Sauvignon - Syrah from Australia Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $4.98
    FREE shipping
  2. A Shiraz from Hilltops Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $23.99
    FREE shipping
  3. Alceno Premium 50 Barricas Syrah Shiraz 2012 from Jumilla in Spain. A firm and velvety Spanish Shiraz red wine. 92 points. Only 50 barrels of this sensational Spanish Shiraz Syrah in Europe were made and this Alceno Syrah Shiraz is a wonderful alternative to your beloved Australian Shiraz. From the Mediterranean coast of Spain renowned for premium red varietal wines. This Spanish Shiraz has beautiful notes of ripe red fruit cocoa smokiness and spices - very delectable. Great for rich and spicy foods in Autumn and Winter this Shiraz will certainly please. Awarded 92 points from Robert Parker and the La Guia Penin guide Spain s reverred wine guide . Drinking Window Next 2-3 years. Alcohol Percent 14.5 .

    50%
    Off
    $16.90
    FREE shipping
  4. Alceno Premium 50 Barricas Syrah Shiraz 2012 from Jumilla in Spain. A firm and velvety Spanish Shiraz red wine. 92 points. Only 50 barrels of this sensational Spanish Shiraz Syrah in Europe were made and this Alceno Syrah Shiraz is a wonderful alternative to your beloved Australian Shiraz. From the Mediterranean coast of Spain renowned for premium red varietal wines. This Spanish Shiraz has beautiful notes of ripe red fruit cocoa smokiness and spices - very delectable. Great for rich and spicy foods in Autumn and Winter this Shiraz will certainly please. Awarded 92 points from Robert Parker and the La Guia Penin guide Spain s reverred wine guide . Drinking Window Next 2-3 years. Alcohol Percent 14.5 .

    39%
    Off
    $123.40
    FREE shipping
  5. If you want a red that offers maximum flavour for minimum dollars then this Cabernet should be on your wish list. It’s a Gold medal winning red that has it all in spades showing cassis, violets as well as chocolate and cedar. The palate continues the theme with integrated tannins and a long, structured finish. It’s a grand stablemate for roast lamb or chicken and just keeps improving in the glass.

    25%
    Off
    $11.99
    + Shipping
  6. This is a lovely fuller-bodied, fruity shiraz out of the Hunter that shows smells of spicy red berries, dark cherries and chocolate notes on the nose, whilst the palate is plush and sweetly-fruited, with poised acidity, slinky tannins, and a juicy, spiced finish. Lovely with some roasted red meats.

    22%
    Off
    $20.99
    + Shipping
  7. 99Points James Halliday 98 Huon Hooke 97 Points Campbell Mattinson Australia’s most famous single-vineyard wine, Henschke Hill of Grace 2012 was awarded the hotly contested ‘Wine of the Year’ and ‘Best Shiraz’ titles at the fifth annual Qantas epiQure Halliday Wine Companion Awards ceremony, held on Wednesday night, 2 August in Melbourne. Fifth-generation winemaker, Stephen Henschke was thrilled with the result after only launching the exceptional 2012 vintage of Hill of Grace Shiraz on 1 May 2017. “It is an absolute honour to receive these accolades. Hill of Grace vineyard is a special site. The vineyard is only made up of 4 hectares of shiraz ranging from 70 to over 150 year old vines. The wine really is history in the bottle,” said Stephen. This award acknowledges Stephen’s pioneer ancestor Nicolaus Stanitzki who planted the vineyard in 1860 and his father Cyril, a pioneer of single-vineyard table wines, who produced the first vintage of Henschke Hill of Grace in 1958 when those original vines were already almost 100 years old. Henschke Hill of Grace is the most celebrated of the wines crafted by Stephen and Prue Henschke. Every vintage from the revered single-vineyard Hill of Grace is a limited release, but some are more limited than others. Just one barrel was produced in 2003 with extremely tiny vintages for 2013 and 2014. There was no Henschke Hill of Grace made in 1960, 1974, 2000 and 2011. “It's been worth the wait, and then some, for this is a flawless Hill of Grace. It's an old cliche, but it's unavoidable: it is the ultimate iron fist in a velvet glove. While the fruit remains supreme, there are savoury tannins to support the 50-year cellaring potential of the wine. It is bottled under screwcap, not the elegant Vino-Lok of past vintages, because you want the most secure closure for ultra-long cellaring. The wine? Perfect colour, fragrant dark cherry/berry aromas and flavours, positive tannin and French oak support, great aftertaste.” - 99 Points & Wi

    $825.00
    + Shipping
  8. 96 points, James Halliday Hard to believe this is only the second release from Bannockburn's close-planted, dry-grown De La Roche vineyard. Planted in 2007, the site lies on higher ground above the De La Terre block, so essentially it's a westerly extension of Serré. The vines came from cuttings taken from Best's and Tahbilk, and were planted on a mix of rootstock and own roots. The whole plot covers just 0.8-hectares. The name alludes to the plethora of volcanic rocks that litter the soil of this parcel. "Second release ex new close-planted shiraz vineyard (10 000 vines per hectare), yielding 500 grammes per vine. A super-elegant, highly fragrant spice, pepper, black cherry and blackberry compote that is deceptively light on its feet; fine, but distinctly savoury tannins provide complexity and structure." 96 points, James Halliday

    23%
    Off
    $49.95
    + Shipping
  9. Barwang Chardonnay has long been a leader in the commercial "Chardy" stakes - a real "go to wine" for many. The McWilliams Barwang Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2012, with 5 years bottle age, shows that they are on the money. In fact, this represents outstanding value. Still vibrant and with lots of living to do the Barwang shows fig, nougat and fleshy yellow peach fruit complexity with a fresh, tingly acidity on the finish.

    $23.99
    + Shipping
  10. Rich dark purple with a crimson hue in colour. Intense dark fruit aromas of plum, and forest berries with hints of spice and vanilla. Rich and smooth with lashes of dense sweet fruit and soft tannins.

    $12.50
    + Shipping
  11. 2015,McWilliams,South Australia,Shiraz

    $108.00
    + Shipping
  12. 2012,Templeton,Barossa Valley,Shiraz

    $120.00
    + Shipping
  13. KAESLER WINES Alte Reben Shiraz 3-pack Vertical 2012, 2013, 2014

    $350.00
    + Shipping
  14. A Shiraz from Hunter Valley Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $74.99
    FREE shipping
  15. A Shiraz from New South Wales Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $8.98
    FREE shipping
  16. A Shiraz from Hunter Valley Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $179.00
    FREE shipping
  17. A Shiraz from Hunter Valley Is packaged in a bottle 750 ml 1 pack.

    $34.99
    FREE shipping
  18. McWilliam's has for many years crafted wines with fruit sourced from the cooler, high altitude sites situated along the great Dividing Range. This Cabernet Sauvignon from Hilltops shows rich dark currant fruit with autumn leaves aromas that flow nicely onto the palate supported by cedar wood spices and soft velvety tannins. A near perfect growing season with consistent warm weather with no detrimental heat spikes to affect the grapes ripening. The vines were able to ripen with minimal water stress, due to fuller soil profiles from the previous two seasons, with flowering and bunch set occurring perfectly. Mild to warm clear conditions continued through to May allowing the fruit to mature to full flavour maturity in great condition. Appearance: A vibrant crimson with youthful purple hues. Nose: A lifted varietal nose of dark chocolate, mulberry & black olive fruits. Subtle background graphite oak characters adds further complexity to this classically styled Cabernet Sauvignon. Slight hint of spearmint lingers on the finish. Palate: A fleshy bright wine full of dark chocolate & black cassis fruits with a slight finish of spearmint flavour at the end of the palate.. Fine long structured tannins, through judicious use of oak & skin maceration, provide length and body to this very pure wine. Cellaring: Will reward medium term cellaring for the next 5 years. Alcohol: 13.5% Reviews and Accolades The standout of McWilliam's new Appellation Series for its regional character, longevity and sheer joy. Crunchy berry fruits define a lively and varietal style, underscored by finely structured tannins. 93 Points - James Halliday's Australian Wine Companion.

    20%
    Off
    $19.99
    + Shipping
  19. This value offering from McWilliams is not a wine to contemplate the meaning of life over. It's a good time wine that rates highly on the smashability scale, and is bound to satisfy the crowds over a tomatoey pizza. It's a medium-bodied style that shows lots of plummy fruits on the nose, along with a twist of black pepper and baked spices. The palate is quite elegant, smooth and juicy, with soft tannins, friendly acidity, and a velvety finish with a lick of toast in the tail. Excellent value, and a guaranteed crowd pleaser!

    18%
    Off
    $11.99
    + Shipping
  20. This is an excellent value red out of the Hunter Valley, and it's from a great red wine year, too. Smells of sweet red berries and soft, earthy spices waft out of the glass, whilst the palate is elegant and medium-bodied, with juicy berry flavours, fine earthy-edged tannins, and a smooth, slinky finish. It will kick on for a couple of years, but would be great with Asian spare ribs.

    $18.99
    + Shipping
Back to top

Recently Viewed Wines


Connect
Getprice compares prices across all of your favourite products Australia-wide, covering all major cities including Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Canberra and Brisbane.
Getprice compares prices across Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Canberra and Brisbane.