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  1. St Hallet Faith Shiraz 2013

    This is the Shiraz which starts it all for many St Hallett lovers. The 2013 Faith Shiraz is a vibrant and expressive example of Barossa Shiraz. An accessible, juicy and fruit driven wine, Faith's vibrant yet dense purple hue hints at the generosity of fruit within, and the unmistakable Barossa character.

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  2. 6 x 2013 St Hallet Butcher's Cart Shiraz

    The Lindner family established St Hallett in 1944 on a property they had owned since the late 1800’s. The property was used for the butchering business which remained the priority in the early days, with only a small amount of wine made for local sales. Nose: Vibrant rich blueberry and dark cherry with a hint of mocha. Palate: A bold an opulent palate, filled with generous red berry fruits, dark plums and completed by supple supportive tannins. Food: Thick juicy steak and buttery mash.

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  4. Seagate Momentus ST500LM021 500GB SATA Hard Drive

    Seagate Momentus 500GB 2.5" 7mm Thin Internal Notebook Hard Drive - SATA2 - 7200RPM - 16 MB Buffer( 2 years warranty ) … more info

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  5. Seagate Enterprise Performance ST300MP0005 300GB SAS Hard Drive

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  7. Penfolds St Henri Shiraz 2013

    St Henri Shiraz is known to many to be the red wine drinkers' red wine. The traditional handling of this iconic wine first vinified in 1957 includes the maturation in 50+ year old seasoned oak vats for over 12 months, imparting an elegance and femininity not usually associated with Penfolds. The 2013 St Henri is made from 100% Shiraz, showing traditionally rich and plush characteristics in its youth. Keep this one in the cellar for a couple of years and the soft, earthy, mocha-like characters will shine through.

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  8. 6 x 2014 St Hallett Gamekeeper's Shiraz Grenache Touriga

    The Jimmy Watson trophy is (arguably) the most important piece of silverware in Australian wine - and this humble red almost took it out in 2014! Winner of the Trophy for 'Best Red Blend' and scoring a massive 95 points, this supremely tasty Barossan red is just bursting with delicious juicy fruit with soft tannins to finish.

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  9. Penfolds St Henri Shiraz

    Penfolds St Henri Shiraz Only from Jacks Wine

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  10. St Hallett Black Clay shiraz

    St Hallett Black Clay shiraz Only from Jacks Wine

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  11. St Johns Road Block 3 Shiraz 2014 x 6

    Hand-picked from a very early ripening block, open-fermented in half-tonne bins; matured in three air-dried French hogsheads. Has class stamped all over it, mouthfilling, yet perfectly balanced and harmonious, fruit, oak and tannins all on the one page." 95 points, James Halliday Wine Companion, August 2016."

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  12. St. Martin Shiraz 2015 x 12

    Shiraz retains its hold as Australia's number-one selling red wine variety, with fans loving its dark, rich berry fruit flavours and warm-hearted spicy hints. The St Martin label consistently delivers quality at a bargain price, so you can be confident that you're getting great bang for your buck with every glass. Match it with sausages and mash, vegetarian lasagne or Mexican burritos for a tasty combination.

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  13. Penfolds St Henri Shiraz 2014

    St Henri is a time-honoured and alternative expression of Shiraz, and an intriguing counterpoint to Grange. It is unusual among high quality Australian red wines as it does not rely on any new oak. Proudly, a wine style that hasn’t succumbed to the dictates of fashion or commerce. St Henri is rich and plush when young, gaining soft, earthy, mocha-like characters as it ages. It is matured in old, 1,460 litre vats that allow the wine to develop, imparting minimal, if any oak character. Although a small proportion of Cabernet is sometimes used to improve structure, the focal point for St Henri remains Shiraz. “The stewed plums, the fresh boysenberry, the hint of leather, the general downplay of oak. It sits there, comfortable in its own skin, pretty much immune to the traffic of time. Move past the aromas with this release though and we see a fair bit if grunt; some meaty characters, a deep set of plums, almost a ferrous character, certainly peppercorns, florals. There’s a ramp of tannin here slightly outside the St Henri norm; it gives the wine a wee bit of strut. Just a wee bit. But we are certainly in excellent territory here.” – 95 Points Campbell Mattinson “A polished and effortless blueberry, satsuma plum and black olive integrity define a St Henri of enduring, fine-grained tannin structure, undeviating line and grand persistence. Nuances of pepper offer dimension and intrigue. There is an evenness and an effortless focus that set this vintage apart among the great St Henris, approachable from the outset and yet possessing surprising endurance.” – 97 Points Tyson Stelzer

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  14. St John's Road The Evangelist Shiraz 2014

    96 Points & Special Value Star James Halliday Made by Phil Lehmann The Evangelist is sourced from three key sub-regions in the Barossa, each showcasing an distinguished example of old-vine-Shiraz. Eden Valley - 55 Year Old Vines. Ebenezer - 80 Year Old Vines and Stonewell - 80 Year Old Vines. “Strong colour; exceptional mouthfeel ex tannins; much more savoury, but not at expense of dark black fruits, anise; distinguished wine from three old vine vineyards in Eden and Barossa Valleys; very good tannins. Matured for 12 months in French hogsheads (50% new), then blended and matured for a further 6 months in older French oak.” – 96 Points & Special Value Star James Halliday

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  15. Penfolds St Henri Shiraz 1969

    St Henri was developed in the mid 1950s by John Davoren, a contemporary of Max Schubert, who set out to create a wine which captured the richness of ripe Shiraz without oak influence and had the capacity to support extended cellaring. The St Henri style is in distinct contrast to Grange and Penfolds overall wine-making style, with the wine matured mostly in large, 2000 litre oak casks which impart almost no wood character.

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  16. St Hallett Old Block Shiraz 2008

    Coming from one of the quirkiest vintages in Barossa history, the Old Block shows what careful vineyard management can do for a wine. Rich, dark and conerntrated but with seamless tannin intergration.

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  17. Dutschke St Jakobi Shiraz

    Wayne Dutschke was awarded 'Barossa Winemaker of the Year 2010' by his peers in the Barossa Valley. The St Jakobi vineyard lies in the shadows of a Lutheran Church and school of the same name. This is classic, full bodied Barossa Shiraz, inky, spicy and bog bold fruit.

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  18. Seppelt St Peters Great Western Shiraz 2007

    Sourced from the vineyards surrounding the Seppelt winery in Great Western, St Peters has long been a firm favourite of cool-climate Shiraz lovers. Known for a distinct propensity to age gracefully, the 2007 St Peters looks to be of the same mould. While still in drought conditions, the 2007 St Peters is still looking elegant and classical. Definite flavours of Chinese five spice, cedar, black pepper and eucalypt with just the right smattering of primary fruit to carry the wine early which will develop further with some careful cellaring.

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  19. Taylors St Andrews Shiraz

    Taylors St Andrews Shiraz from the Clare Valley is a classic and is consistently a show-stopper. The bouquet shows rich plum and cherry fruit with earthy spice and the palate is perfectly balanced with soft silky tannins.

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  20. Seppelt St Peters Great Western Shiraz 2004

    Classic Great Western Shiraz with generous ripe fruit aromas and peppery spicy characters. Try with roast beef.

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