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  1. Peter Gago, Penfolds Chief Winemaker: “A strong RWT release in vintage 2011! Barossa in every sense. Demands decanting – ingested air will tease out evasive aromatics and expose structural subtleties.” Vintage Conditions: With above-average winter rainfalls and cool conditions that followed during the spring period, South Australian regions generally experienced a later bud-burst and disease pressures impacted to varying degrees across the state. Meticulous vineyard management was critical. Spring soil moisture levels resulted in healthy shoot growth and early canopy development. Healthy vegetative growth continued during the cooler spring months and delayed veraison and berry development in the New Year. A few warm days at the end of January guaranteed the completion of veraison and commencement of the ripening season. Multiple rain events, often isolated, meant that attention to detail was required with selective harvesting of pristine fruit.

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  2. Yarra Shiraz is so hot right now, pushing forward with a spicy, peppery style that is sexier, more savoury and generally rather sexy. This is a lighter example but still shows all of the pizazz of the genre. Good stuff.

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  3. 97 Points James Halliday 96 Points Tyson Stelzer, Australian Gourmet Traveller Wine The fruit for the 2011 Vat 9 Shiraz was sourced from Tyrrell’s super premium vineyards on the Ashman’s property with an average vine age of 50 years. Predominately from the Weinkeller and Short Flat vineyards. “Bright, clear crimson-purple; the grapes come from the oldest and best blocks on the estate Ashmans Vineyard, with its striking red volcanic clay soils; hand-picked and fermented in open vats before maturation for 16 months in new and used 2700-litre French casks. However good Johnno's Shiraz may be, this wine has greater intensity, drive and length, with persistent fine tannins and positive but balanced oak.” – 97 Points James Halliday “Chocolate box, mixed berries, touch of spicy oak richness and subtle menthol and pepper top notes. It’s gentle and composed with a lovely creamy mouth-feel, balanced acidity and a little chop of tannin pulling through on the finish. A very good Vat 9 – plump and delicious. Age-worthy of course. “ – 94 Points Gary Walsh “Medium to full red/purple colour; good hue but light. Sweet red cherry aromas combined with tarry, smoky mineral nuances. The palate is medium to full-bodied, lean and taut, with elegance and precision, underpinned by lively acidity and fine, soft tannins. Terrific flavour intensity and focus; long-lasting finish. High potential for the future, and delicious now.” – 95 Points Huon Hooke

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  4. 2011,Peter Lehmann,Barossa Valley,Red Blends

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  5. First made in 1959, Penfold Bin 28 Shiraz is named after the famous Barossa Vally Kalimna Vineyard, which was purchased by Penfolds in 1945. This Shiraz offers generously flavoured, warm-climate Australian Shiraz. Showcasing the ripeness and robust of grapes.

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  6. Evans & Tate consistently offers a range of wines that showcase the unique regional characters of Margaret River. The richly flavoured, full bodied Shiraz is luscious with spices and savoury notes on the palate. And it is supported by crushed ripe cherries flavours and some dusty oak notes leading up to the silky finish.

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  7. If you are a fan of big, lush Barossa-style shiraz, then this one from South Africa should be right in your ball park. There's plenty of ripe, fleshy, dark cherries and berries on the nose, along with a decent whack of mocha oak and pepper spice. The palate is fuller-bodied and rich, with an almost chocolaty mouthfeel, lots of vanilla and mocha flavours, some grip to the tannins, and a juicy finish. This needs rich meat dishes for company.

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  8. Apart from the fortifieds, shiraz is the other hero for Rutherglen. In true Rutherglen fashion, this is a fulsome, lush, softer style of shiraz that shows lots of ripe dark berries and plums on the nose, with a decent hit of pepper spice on the nose, whilst the palate is smooth and plush, with ultra-spicy flavours on the palate, smooth tannins, and a rich finish.

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  9. This is a lovely, mature shiraz that makes for smooth, lush drinking, especially if you are cooking up some beef short ribs. Aromas of hedgerow berries, mocha, anise and deli-meats decorate the nose, whilst the palate is rich and chocolaty, with plenty of fruit sweetness, licks of meaty savouriness, a creamy mouthfeel, and mellow tannins before a soft friendly finish.

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  10. If there’s one thing Yalumba know how to do, its Shiraz Cabernet. This uniquely Australian blend gets the attention it deserves thanks to fastidious winemaking from the Yalumba team. The only stipulation we make when you open this wine is that you pair it with roast beef, believe us you will be grateful. Black fruits, spice and cedar all combine on the nose before a complex, structured palate delivers a seamless and textured mouthfeel. Elegant, fine-grained tannins see it through the long finish.

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  11. From a cracking vintage in the Hunter Valley comes this elegant, medium-bodied shiraz that has the legs to cellar for at least a decade! Smells of dark cherries and savouriness float out of the glass, together with wafts of Chinese five spice and toasted vanilla. The palate is tight, taut and terrific, with lots of spiced fruit flavours, a kick of pepper, a subtle grip to the tannins, and a long, savoury-edged finish. Lovely stuff!

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  12. With a trophy for 'Best red under $20' at the 2012 Great Australian Red wine show for the previous vintage - and some other medals to match - this Barossan wine comes to us with a solid resume. Luckily it tastes alright too, showing plenty of fruit without looking too sweet or flabby, the tannins dry and very long indeed.

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  13. This is a no holds barred style of wine out of McLaren Vale that would be perfectly at home in a cage fight. It's a big, bold, pitbull of a wine that shows compact dark berries and plums on the nose, along with generous whiffs of dark chocolate and earthy, peppery spices. The palate is rich and fleshy, with a rich core of dense blackberries, a solid line of chalky tannins, and a lush, chocolaty finish. Nothing but red meat will do with this one!

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  14. Bethany is one of the most beautiful and slightly cooler Barossa regions with Bethany Wines having a cellar door that is well worth the visit for its cracking views alone. Better still the wines are good to match with this a delicious mid-weight Barossa style that won’t smash your taste-buds with a baseball bat like some of the modern, super-charged styles. Spicy, dark cherry fruit with a hint of Eden Valley about it – it is sumptuous and made for serious food.

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  15. One of the best things the Barossa has ever done is given Australia the most memorable blends of Grenache Shiraz and Mourvedre. B3 could relate to the number of varieties in this red or it could be a reference to the three brothers behind the label. Either way you’ll be smitten by this bountiful red with notes of licorice and red fruits, it’s generous with a ripe mid palate, a good balance and subtle oak.

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  16. The Dandelions are a bunch of vignerons that cherry-pick the best vineyards in South Australia to make wines that are intelligent and well flavoured. Winemaker Elena Brooks is already showing what a rare talent she is having won a swag of awards. This blend harks back to the old days when some winemakers would add Riesling cuttings to reds to lend an aromatic lift. That’s certainly been achieved here, as the wine shows red fruits as well as a hint of lime on the nose. A vibrant berry palate follows, with nicely integrated oak and tannin underpinned by enticing spice.

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  17. Here we have a shiraz that retains it's finesse whilst still presenting fulsome flavours. Scents of dark berries and plums, pepper, earthiness and slight mintiness adorn the nose, whilst the palate is medium to fuller-bodied, with lovely licks of earthy savouriness and anise spices, poised acidity, mellowing tannins, and a long peppered meat finish. It's lovely stuff in a slightly Euro-centric vein.

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  18. This has been the 'go to' sparkling shiraz for many years, and it still leads the way today. Smells of dark cherries, raspberries and mocha glide out of the glass, meanwhile the palate is fuller-bodied and fleshy, with plum and cherry flavours, a lick of soft pepper spices, appealing touches of savouriness, soft tannins, a nice dollop of sweetness, and a smooth, bright finish. It's one you drink sooner rather than later, and would be great with some duck liver pate.

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  19. This red blend is the perfect casual Friday wine. It's choc full of raspberries, dark cherries and plums, whilst the palate is quite lush and juicy, with sweet plum flavours, a lick of soft spice and vanilla, mellow tannins, and a smooth, pillowy finish. It doesn't come more easy drinking than this!

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