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  • Barbalace Shiraz

    Barbalace Shiraz

    Big full cherry/ berry taste. Smooth finish

  • Father O'leary Hazel and Rum

    Father O'leary Hazel and Rum

    Heavenly toasted nut aromas. Rich, smooth and creamy with toasted nut flavours. Pure indulgence!

  • Berrigan Shiraz

    Berrigan Shiraz

    A spicy wine with cracked pepper, violets, blueberry and clove.

    This is a wine that continues to surprise seasoned Shiraz lovers with its vibrant fresh dark red fruits such as blueberries, cherries and plum that shimmer alongside the creamy & precise French oak.

  • Berton Metal The Black Shiraz

    Berton Metal The Black Shiraz

    The Black Shiraz is an extreme example of a Aussie Shiraz with deep colour, huge palate and high alcohol. Fast becoming our most popular wine.

  • Berton Reserve Shiraz

    Berton Reserve Shiraz

    The Reserve Shiraz is deepest dark red with a very youthful and vibrant garnet hue. The aromas are powerful and complex with a wealth of fruit ranging from ripe black cherries and blackberries with hints of eucalypt and spice. The rich and full palate displays soft flavours of plum skin, mulberry and hints of vanilla and blackberry, These abundant flavours are underpinned by fine vanillan oak and defined by exciting spicy tannins.

  • Berton The Bonsai Shiraz

    Berton The Bonsai Shiraz

    An elegant and complex Shiraz from single vineyards High Eden Vineyard. 

  • Bleasdale Bremerview Shiraz

    Bleasdale Bremerview Shiraz

  • Born And Raised Shiraz

    Born And Raised Shiraz

    Sunbury deserves some more love on the wine front, we love the prettiness the shiraz from the Rockbank vineyard shows, feminine, bright and highly drinkable. Cranberry, fresh damson, pink peppercorns and pepperberry notes round out very drinkable modern Victorian Shiraz.

  • Brokenwood Shiraz

    Brokenwood Shiraz

    A lovely deep red with purple hues on the rim. Being mostly from McLaren Vale there is plenty of dark berry aroma with the sweet oak marrying well. Some spice and Christmas pudding characters as well. The palate is rich and long. Liqueur cherry flavours, some oak. The tannins are quite soft and ripe, nothing ‘firm’ about this wine at all.

  • Bunnamagoo Shiraz

    Bunnamagoo Shiraz

    Medium body with red cherry, mulberry and coconut aromas and a palate with bright and elegant fruit.

  • Campbells Bobbie Burns Shiraz

    Campbells Bobbie Burns Shiraz

    The nose has real depth, almost brooding, dark plums and blackberry perfectly integrated with the more elegant characters of black pepper and aniseed, a hint of spicy oak sitting in the background.

    This wine reflects the vintage it is full bodied with mouth filling plum and mulberry fruit yet the palate is beautifully structured with layers of fine tannin and complimentary characters of liquorice ironstone and cacoa. A wonderful vintage that could be very special in time.

    Enjoy now with a Moroccan spice rubbed fillet of beef or over time with slow braised beef or lamb.

  • Chateau Tanunda Shiraz 50 Year Old Vines

    Chateau Tanunda Shiraz 50 Year Old Vines

    This full bodied wine displays aromas of blackberry and black pepper supported by spicy, dark fruits on the palate with subtle integrated oak. The extensive finish is framed by elegant, fine grained tannins.  

    The hand-picked grapes were destemmed, but not crushed, and spent seven days on skins in an open fermenter with twice daily hand-plunging and gentle pump-overs of the cap to extract colour, flavours and tannins. This was followed by careful basket pressing and maturation in a combination of American and French oak barrels for twenty two months prior to bottling. In keeping with our non-interventionist winemaking style we have neither fined nor filtered this wine and as a result decanting is recommended.