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  1. Nick Badrice has won nearly every major wine show award in the country and the evidence is in this multi award-winning Barossa Shiraz. Full-bodied and complex, it displays strong fruit characters of plum, earthy spice and chocolate. This iconic wine is exclusive to our members.

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  2. Shiraz from Heathcote is a style that is intrinsically connected to the soil. Excuse us if we sound like hippies, but the notion of the soil imparting its imprint is essential to winemaking and Galli Estate understand this. The Cambrian soil of Heathcote is millions of years old and the perfect place for Shiraz to pick up some mineral characters. Concentrated and full of bold, black fruits and spice as well as an earthy complexity this wine makes even more sense with steak. Structured and balanced with impeccable length, no wonder they call it heavenly Heathcote.

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  3. Here's a deep, brooding wine that demands a little time in the cellar, but it is starting to show itself now. Scents of dark cherries and berries, cinnamon spice and earthiness decorate the nose, whilst the palate is medium to fuller-bodied, with a succulent cherry centre, licks of dried herbs, a solid line of tannins, and a slinky, earthy spice finish. Recommend giving it a good decant before serving.

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  4. The Old Block Shiraz is a wine of elegance, melding qualities from both Barossa regions. The Barossa Valley provides the wines substance and compelling texture, while the distinctive menthol floral aromas are indicative of the near perfect ripening conditions experienced in the Eden Valley. The wines lingering palate is underscored by soft, seamless tannins. The subtlety and finesse of Old Block Shiraz ensures it will evolve beautifully over the years.

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  5. This is an excellent example of a richly flavoured, concentrated McLaren Vale Shiraz - the red wine that this region has become so famous for. With concentrated blackberry fruits, dark chocolate and licuorice, supported by soft yet complex cedary oak flavours and long rounded tannins, it's no wonder it's an award winner.

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  6. 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!

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  7. Hailing from the Wendouree Vineyard The 2010 Sparkling Shiraz is drawn from the Clare Valley from grapes of dry grown, low yielding vines, half of which were planted in 1919. Following ageing in old oak for four years the base wine was re-fermented in bottle, creating an exceptional sparkling wine that balances power with finesse. Drink now or cellar for further complexity. Serve chilled Sparkling shiraz grown on 1919 plantings at Wendouree. Or at least a large-ish part of the wine comes off these vines. It was aged in old oak for four years before being re-fermented in bottle. It was disgorged last August.

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  8. 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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  9. Paradigm Hill Col's Block ShirazVARIETAL ShirazREGION Mornington Peninsula, AustraliaABV% 13.1%PROFILERuth and George Mihaly have always been passionate about food and wine and their obsessive pursuit of quality and commitment to ecologically responsible practices led them to establish an ideal and environmentally sustainable vineyard/home site on the Mornington Peninsula. The overriding focus is on achieving balanced healthy vines producing carefully selected, exceptional & low yielding fruit. They have therefore only estate grown wines - showing elegance and intensity ¿ but always a purity of varietal expression for each wine - Riesling, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir & Shiraz.TASTING NOTESThe cool climate of the Mornington Peninsula leads to a Shiraz style that has enticing and complex spice aromas, layers of toasty mocha and a palate that is elegant yet intense. Whilst a contrast to the bigger Shiraz wines often associated with Australia, this is a wine that complements a range of food styles without dominating flavours. Spice mingles with toasty oak with hints of mocha and tobacco leaf layered with dark olives, charcuterie and dark stone fruit. These elements fold onto the palate¿ where the balance, harmony and integration of smooth enveloping tannins leaves your palate yearning to explore the wine further.Liquor ActLiquor 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

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  10. St Hallett Old Block ShirazVARIETAL Shiraz REGION Barossa Valley, Australia ABV% 13.7% FOOD PAIRING NOTES Great with full flavoured, meaty dishes such herbed rack of lamb roast, aged beef, venison or grilled Wagyu beefsteakPROFILE Old Block is seamless, understated and elegant but not to be underestimated. This wine is at the very soul of the Barossa - growers & winemakers working together to extract the very most from the ancient vines aged over 100 years old. The wine showcases the harmony to be found between Barossa's two valley sub-regions. A supple, sexy and textural expression of Shiraz. St Hallett's very best. TASTING NOTES With a touch of floral lift and dark fruits there is a secondary layer of wet slate, dark wine gums and nutmeg. It has great flow from the start with a dense fruit core and a long finish. It's honed and polished with great complexity. Liquor Act 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

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  11. Here we have a shiraz out of W.A that is full of organic goodness. It's a more medium-bodied, smooth style of shiraz that shows aromas of red and black berries, hits of white pepper, and sniffs of toasty oak on the nose. The palate is elegant and fruity, with no overpowering oak tastes, fine tannins, and a soft, juicy finish. A goat ragu would go down great with this!

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  12. For as long as we can remember Geoff Merrill has been famous for two things, an amazing moustache and making amazing wines from the McLaren Vale. Sadly the moustache has now gone but gladly the winemaking skill has not. All of Merrill’s premium offerings are released with 3 years of bottle age so they can be uncorked and are ready to drink. This is a stunning blend for the price showing berry freshness, spice and an earthy, savoury aspect. Structured and long it’s got all the key factors we seek in a barbecue wine.

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  13. St Hugo has been an icon of Aussie wine for decades, and this 60% shiraz, 40% cab sav blend is a little beauty! There a heap of dark berries and plums in the glass, along with hints of herbs and baked spices. The palate is full-bodied but graceful, with a blackberry centre, licks of toastiness, a fine and solid line of tannins, and a long, juicy finish. This will kick on for a decade at least!

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  14. Here we have a fruity, slips-down-easy shiraz from Hungerford Hill that could cellar for a couple of years, or be great with some black bean pork tonight. Smells of red and black fruits waft out of the glass, along with hits of exotic spice and earthiness. The palate is more medium-bodied and elegant, with spiced dark cherry flavours, friendly tannins, and a succulent fruit and savoury finish that just keeps on truckin' through the back palate.

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  15. Named for the Mandarin symbol of wealth, fortune and good luck, this is a classic and uniquely Australian blend of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine shows complexity with Shiraz providing layers of ripe plum and dark chocolate while the mint and blackcurrant of Cabernet sauvignon combine to create a wine of great balance and flavour. Perfect with something char grilled or some hard cheese.

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  16. The Stirlings is the 'big kahuna' from Ferngrove. It's their flagship wine, and they use the best parcels of fruit across all of their vineyards to make it. It's a rich, fuller-bodied yet graceful style of wine that shows fruity scents of spiced plums and dark berries, together with sniffs of choc-mint. The palate is sumptuous and dense with a lush fruit centre, talcy tannins, generous licks of mocha, and a smooth, spicy finish. Give it some air before serving with roast meats.

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