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  1. The palate is loaded with fresh ripe fruit. Flavours of freshly crushed raspberry and ripe plum dominate. The tannins are very soft and the Shiraz provides excellent weight and a muscular structure. A very fruit driven, mouthwatering wine.

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  2. Delicious, savoury, ferrous, mid-weight, brambly forest fruited delight.

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  3. 2015,Grant Burge,Barossa Valley,Red Blends

    $174.00
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  4. The western ridge of the Barossa Valley is an exceptional grape growing country, amongst the finest in the world. Located 41 degrees latitude south, and 65 kilometres (40 miles) north east of Adelaide in South Australia, vines were planted in the Barossa Valley with cuttings transported from France and Spain by the first European settlers in the 1840s. The 2012 GSM has lifted aromas of mint and eucalyptus. vibrant Black Berry and theelegance of leather creates a lovely balance.

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  5. 2015,Duval,Barossa Valley,Shiraz

    $324.00
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  6. The Rolf Binder Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 is a single vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon with enticing black fruit flavours. This Cabernet Sauvignon is a great all-round red wine sourced from the renowned Rolf Binder winery in the Barossa Valley a spiritual home of Australian red wine production. The Rolf Binder Cabernet Sauvignon is a bright juicy single-vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon to drink in its youth over the next 3 years. A hallmark Cabernet with ripe black berry aromas and flavours with some spice chocolate and oak notes. Compare the Rolf Binder Cabernet with Chile or US Cabernets. Great as an every day wine with pasta dishes pizza and grilled meats like lamb and beef. Rolf Binder is rated as a 5 Star winery by James Halliday. Drinking Window Next 2-3 years. Alcohol Percent 13.5 .

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  7. The Mojo Shiraz is a meat-lovers Shiraz perfect for the cooler months and great to compare against more robust Shiraz wines from Argentina or France. The Mojo Shiraz is sourced from the Barossa Valley the Shiraz capital of Australia. This is classic Barossa Shiraz. Drinkable now this full-bodied Mojo Shiraz will last several years in the cellar. This is a rich full Barossa Shiraz with blackberry red berries spice chocolate sweet oak and pepper aromas and flavours. A wine made for food this wine is great with rare roasted meat steak and kidney pie or braised veal shanks. The 2016 Mojo Shiraz has won Gold medals at both the Great Australian Shiraz Challenge and Sydney International Wine Show. Drinking Window Next 5-7 years. Alcohol Percent 15.0

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  8. 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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  9. John Duval is a member of a very elite club: he's one of only 4 men to have made Penfolds Grange. He now makes majestic Barossa wines under his own label, and as you'd expect, the results are nothing short of spectacular. This plush, intensely rich, Shiraz dominant Barossa blend is a case in point. Complex and flavoursome, it's definitely worth collecting.

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  10. Impress your party guests with the 2015 Confessions Barossa Valley Shiraz – a full and flavoursome Shiraz showcasing the wonderful aromas of dark cherries, blackberry and spices. Beautifully intense aromas and well-balanced palate Perfect for dinner parties and entertaining guests Great value 12 pack Enjoy the luxuriously rich flavours of the 2015 Confessions Barossa Valley Shiraz, which is the perfect accompaniment to hearty meals such as slow cooked lamb shoulder, cottage pies and spaghetti bolognese. This dinner party favourite boasts intense aromas of blackberries, dark cherries and spices, as well as a full-bodied palate with notes of spice, plum and blackberries. Together, these delicious aromas and flavourful palate combine to create a finish that is well-balanced and smooth.

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  11. This is a really old and really cool historical map of the Barossa Valley from the year 1949.

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  12. 96 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday The Turntable GSM shows all the classic characters of this blend with ripe red fruits from the Grenache, suppleness and richness from the Shiraz and earthy savoury characters from the Mataro. This wine drinks well now or will continue to evolve if cellared for a few years. “This is a livewire blend (65/27/8%), the colour an immediate come-on, then there are mountain rivulets of ripple red fruits coursing along and down the palate, the freshness and vibrancy on the finish utterly exceptional. It would be a crying shame not to drink this wine before the end of ’18.” – 96 Points & Special Value Wine James Halliday

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  13. This RWT Shiraz from Penfolds is one of the best reds around. Lean in body with a fruity backbone, this Shiraz carries a hint of French oak throughout its profile thanks to its extensive maturation.

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  14. Penfolds RWT Barossa Valley Shiraz is a complex wine for the more discerning drinker. A ripe palate of juicy fruits and spiced plums make it a mature choice, while a fine tannin structure makes it incredibly approachable and not overbearing in the slightest.

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  15. CAILLARD Shiraz, Barossa Valley

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  16. The Mojo Shiraz is a meat-lovers Shiraz perfect for the cooler months and great to compare against more robust Shiraz wines from Argentina or France. The Mojo Shiraz is sourced from the Barossa Valley the Shiraz capital of Australia. This is classic Barossa Shiraz. Drinkable now this full-bodied Mojo Shiraz will last several years in the cellar. This is a rich full Barossa Shiraz with blackberry red berries spice chocolate sweet oak and pepper aromas and flavours. A wine made for food this wine is great with rare roasted meat steak and kidney pie or braised veal shanks. The 2016 Mojo Shiraz has won Gold medals at both the Great Australian Shiraz Challenge and Sydney International Wine Show. Drinking Window Next 5-7 years. Alcohol Percent 15.0

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  17. Bright with flavour. Tends clearly towards sweetness but remains refreshing. Candied cranberry and raspberry with flecks of herbs. Smashable, I think the word is." 90 points, James Halliday Wine Companion, August 2016."

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  18. From the Barossa Valley. Primitivo, aka zinfandel, is easy to enjoy, its plum and chocolate flavours usually - as here - with balancing acidity. I particularly like this modestly priced version." 90 points, James Halliday Australian Wine Companion."

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  19. From a single vineyard (Peter Sonntag), open-fermented, 10 days on skins, matured in French hogsheads (10% new) for 18 months. Good hue and depth to the colour; a complex shiraz with an earthysavoury streak providing both texture and flavour to the dominant blackberry fruits; the tannins have been well handled, too. 14.5% alcohol." 92 points, James Halliday Wine Companion Magazine, Aug-Sept 2017."

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  20. Dedicated to the spirit of the men who served and fell in the great war, this Very Old Tawny from premium small batch winery, Dorrien Estate, is luscious and silky. Intense flavours of spicy caramel are lifted by the clean brandy spirit. This is an excellent value for money Barossa Tawny.

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