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Clarendon Hills Astralis Shiraz 2003 750mL

The grapes are handpicked and fermented with natural yeasts in open stainless steel tanks at temperatures up to 32 degree Celsius. All the pressings are returned to the 100% new French oak barriques and the maturation lasts for 18 months before bottling without fining or filtration.

This is always the most beautiful wine in the cellar and is the flagship of the Clarendon Hills Syrah Range.

 

Unit Price(Single) From: £149.95

Clarendon Hills Hickinbotham Shiraz 2005 750mL

Planted in the Onkaparinga Valley in the Clarendon Hills area, this wine is always very peppery and spicy with nuances of Leather and minerals. A most individual wine - always very deeply coloured and with abundant tannin.

ON SALE : £70.00 £456.54

Coriole Lloyd Reserve Shiraz 2001 750mL

Deep purple colour. The nose shows intense, complex cedary, fig, blackberry and blueberry with occasional pepper/spice too. A powerful full-bodied berry fruit flavour, with a little sweet English toffee- like oak evident on the juicy, rolling finish. Restrained tannin and acidity coupled with rich alcohol, produce a seamless, peppery, velvety rolling length.

 

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Craiglee Estate Shiraz 2001 750mL

The shiraz is regarded as a wonderful example of southern Victorian red wine.This wine has white pepper and spice flavours, more intense in cooler years, with red fruits prevalent in warmer years. Subtle oak flavours complement the fruit. The wine ages gracefully and gives pleasure over many years.

Unit Price(Single) From: £27.50

Craneford John Zilm Shiraz 2002 1.5L

A great example of Barossan shiraz. Rich and ripe blackberry fruit partner with well integrated charry oak in the background. A luscious mouthfeel with some earthy tobacco and licorice nuances. Finishes long. Has developed beautifully and is drinking well.

 

Craneford

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Craneford John Zilm Shiraz 2003 750mL

Craneford wine is crafted to epitomize the best fruit of the vintage whilst continuing to express the unique characters of the each vineyard.

All the wines produced show classic Barossa flavours, complex and well balanced. Craneford’s aim is to continually produce the highest quality wine from the best Barossa fruit available.

 

Craneford grapes

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Craneford John Zilm Shiraz 2004 750mL

Craneford wine is crafted to epitomize the best fruit of the vintage whilst continuing to express the unique characters of each vineyard. All the wines produced show classic Barossa flavours, complex and well balanced.

 

Craneford’s aim is to continually produce the highest quality wine from the best Barossa fruit available.

 

Craneford

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d'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz 2000 750mL

A perfume of grilled steak intermixed with blackberries, new saddle leather, earth, pepper, and melted licorice rises from this awesome red. With great power, richness, and no hard edges, it is still young and primary, but should hit its peak in 3-7 years, and last for two decades or more.

 

ON SALE : £49.95 £486.24

d'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz 2001 750mL

Upon release, ‘The Dead Arm’ Shiraz has a vivid, young, dense, purple-red colour. Very intense aromas with a complex combination of fragrant spices and violets, dark cherry, blackberry and blueberry, are made more complex with great liquorice, pepper and integrated svelte of boot-polish like characters. The taste is rich, gutsy and virile, with attacking spice, dark liquorice, cherry, blackberry, plum and dried black olive. The level of fruit weight masks the framework of oak tannins; however, the mineral fruit grittiness is balanced with a very long fruit-fragrant, persistent spice will yield a wine of great ageing power.

 

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d'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz 2002 1.5L

The 2002 season was characterised by a cold, wet winter and spring, which produced lower yields with good, thick-skinned berries. The cool and dry summer ripened fruit gradually and a warm, dry autumn allowed the grapes to ripen fully, producing some of the best and most exotic characters seen for many years.

 

Unit Price(Single) From: £180.00

d'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz 2002 750mL

The 2002 season was characterised by a cold, wet winter and spring, which produced lower yields with good, thick-skinned berries. The cool and dry summer ripened fruit gradually and a warm, dry autumn allowed the grapes to ripen fully, producing some of the best and most exotic characters seen for many years.

 

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d'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz 2003 750mL

The 2003 season was characterised by a very low winter rainfall which signalled the vine to minimize potential crop load. The ripening period was warm producing a crop load of small berries and very pure, ripe fruit characters. Even with a smaller than normal crop load many batches showed wonderful fruit characters due to an excellent skin to pulp ratios and this is evident in the final wine. This year in particular selected parcels of fruit deemed worthy of the Dead Arm label were down 50% in volume.

 

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d'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz 2004 1.5L

Upon release, ‘The Dead Arm’ Shiraz has a vivid, young, dense, purple-red colour. Very intense aromas with a complex combination of fragrant spices and violets, dark cherry, blackberry and blueberry, are made more complex with great liquorice, pepper and integrated svelte of boot-polish like characters. The taste is rich, gutsy and virile, with attacking spice, dark liquorice, cherry, blackberry, plum and dried black olive. The level of fruit weight masks the framework of oak tannins; however, the mineral fruit grittiness is balanced with a very long fruit-fragrant, persistent spice will yield a wine of great ageing power.

Unit Price(Single) From: £100.00

d'Arenberg The Laughing Magpie Shiraz Viognier 2002 750mL

Chester Osborn, the remarkable person behind this enormous array of both impeccably high quality and value-priced wines, deserves considerable accolades for what he is able to achieve at all price ranges. If you love Australian wines, d’Arenberg is a winery to seek out as these offerings all possess abundant soul as well as character. In short, the accolades that proprietor/winemaker Chester Osborn receives not only from The Wine Advocate, but virtually everybody in the wine world, are all well deserved.

 

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d'Arenberg The Laughing Magpie Shiraz Viognier 2003 1.5L

With a considerable portion of this wine being naturally fermented (no yeast added), the wine reveals earthy aromas of salami, game, and lipstick. These characters prevail on the palate with a smooth glycerol impact following through to the mid-palate, with the exotic characters growing and combining with tannins and a long complex finish.Structurally, the 2003 ‘Laughing Magpie’ is as full-bodied as the 2002 release with a more complex, rich mouth-feel, ending with a beautifully balanced array of fine, rich tannins

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Dutschke Oscar Semmler Shiraz 2002 750mL

As with the previous vintages of Oscar Semmler Shiraz the 2002 shows big and full, almost “juicy” flavours of plum and red berry fruit. Spicy French oak characters give support to the sweet fruit mid palate concentration. The finish is long, highlighted by fruit clean acidity and soft drying tannin.

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Fox Creek Fox & Hounds Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon 2003 750mL

Appears bright cherry red with a darker plum coloured core. The nose shows licorice and dark fruits, toasty oak with a chocolatey rum & raisin aroma. The entry to the palate is soft with a rich solid palate that is typically McLaren Vale, with blackcurrant and stewed plum flavours. The structure is typical of Fox Creek showing ripe fruit tannin with integrated oak complexity.

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Fox Creek Reserve Shiraz 2000 1.5L

Deep red/black core with vivid red edges. This wine shows a powerful concentration of blackcurrant, licorice, chocolate and vanilla with an earthiness typical of the vineyards from which this wine is sourced. Spicy oak characters complement the fruit components perfectly. Mixed blackberry/blackcurrant with allspice and licorice. An integrated firm tannin structure supports the fruit, which balanced by acidity leads to a finish of extraordinary length and softness, typical of our finest Shiraz.

Unit Price(Single) From: £68.00

Fox Creek Reserve Shiraz 2002 750mL

Very deep red/back with crimson edges. The nose offers multiple levels of complexity with sweet blackberry, chocolate, licorice and vanilla evident complemented by savoury well-balanced oak.

 

Very rich powerful entry of blackberry with savoury spice, licorice and dark chocolate filling out the mid palate, leading to a long finish balanced by well integrated tannin structure of great depth.

 

Fox Creek Winery

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Fox Creek Short Row Shiraz 2001 1.5L

Vibrant rim with an intense dark plum core. The nose of this wine is powerful and aromatic. It has a suggestion of a rich intense wine with plenty of blackberry fruit. The oak shows as a sweet, lifted character and has an enticing effect in combination with the powerful fruit aroma. This wine is a typical McLaren Vale Shiraz. With a strong central core of black fruit, there is a sweetness that only comes from a region such as this. The fruit is well balanced by firm yet very soft tannins and the finish is dry and lengthy, with acidity to carry the wine through a few years in the bottle.

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Fox Creek Short Row Shiraz 2002 750mL

Very deep red with vibrant ruby rim. Powerful aromatics of blackberry, licorice and all spice. The subtle lifted vanilla from barrel fermentation adds complexity. Typical of our best parcels of McLaren Vale Shiraz, showing strong vibrant black fruit with richness that is achieved only in a region such as this. The depth and intensity of the palate is well balanced by a firm tannin structure. The finish shows great length and has supporting acid sufficient to allow for mid term cellaring. Best Wine - McLaren Vale Wine Show 2003, Best Shiraz - McLaren Vale Wine Show 2003, Gold Medal - McLaren Vale Wine Show 2003, Silver Medal - Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2003.

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Gibson Barossavale Wines A.O.V.C Shiraz 2003 6L

Gibson's Wines is a small family owned winery nestled at the high northern end of the Barossa Valley in South Australia.  A specialist producer of limited quantities of premium table wines, it is fast garnering a reputation as a reliable producer of richly flavoured and complex wine.
Unit Price(Single) From: £399.95

Glaetzer Amon Ra Shiraz 2004 750mL

A vibrant black/purple colour, with aromas of pepper, plum and lifted, animated fruit. A firm structure of ripe and supple tannins provide support to lashings of blackcurrant and nutmeg.  The tannin structure and sheer fruit weight of the wine will enable long-term cellaring.

ON SALE : £74.95 £273.60

Glaetzer Amon Ra Shiraz 2005 750mL

Dense purple colour, the nose displays notes of blackberry, cherry, nutmeg and intense spice. The wine is voluptuous and yet seamlessly elegant. Supple tannins complement richness and viscosity. It is slightly more fruit driven than the 2004 Amon-Ra. Whereas the 2004 displayed purity and elegance at release, the 2005 will require a little more time to settle down in bottle. The tannin structure and sheer fruit weight of the wine will enable long-term cellaring from 12-18 years. 

ON SALE : £89.95 £43.45

Glaetzer Bishop Shiraz 2004 750mL

The 2004 Glaetzer Bishop is deep red with purple hues.  A lifted nose of ripe plums, cinnamon and spice leads to flavours of liquorice and nutmeg supported by firm, rounded tannin.  The wine shows a hint of French oak which adds extra dimension to the wine's complexity.  The wine will age well for 6 to 8 years.
ON SALE : £39.95 £111.00

Glaetzer Bishop Shiraz 2005 750mL

The 2005 Glaetzer Bishop is dense plum/purple in colour, with crushed black pepper, liquorice and anise on the nose. The use of 2nd and 3rd year old oak has allowed the fruit profile to shine. The palate is rich and ripe yet maintains a seamless integrated tannin structure and a lively dryi finish. The 2005 shows more vibrant fruit than the 2004 - a reflection of the higher levels of aromatics from the 2005 vintage. The wine will age well for up to 6 to 8 years.

ON SALE : £30.00 £196.44

Glaetzer Estate Shiraz 2004 750mL

This is a powerful, rich wine which blends intensity with the Glaetzer hallmarks of complexity and elegance.   A food-friendly wine, Glaetzer Shiraz is dark purple in colour, with some hints of red. A brooding nose which takes time in the glass to evolve. Initially showing cracked pepper, mulberry and wisps of earthy spice the wine shows a multitude of aromas after breathing to display ripe plums and crushed herbs. The palate has supple tannin structure which supports masses of briary fruit and rich chocolate and roasted coffee flavours. 
ON SALE : £39.95 £213.60

Glaetzer Godolphin Shiraz Cabernet 2005 750mL

The wine is a seamless fusion of two varieties, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. An intriguing nose of chocolate, crushed herbs, cedar, blackberries and smoke leads into a tightly focused palate with fine-granied tannin and incredible density. The finish is fresh and lively, with flavours that linger. The 2005 is very similar to the 2004 although as with Amon-Ra, the 2005 Godolphin is a little larger and will take a little longer to fully integrate. The Cabernet component in the 2005 showed higher blackcurrant and cassis notes than the 2004 making the wine appear slightly more aromatic.
ON SALE : £89.95 £326.70

Glaetzer Godolphin Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon 2004 750mL

The name Godolphin has been linked with excellence in many fields, including politics, education and literature. We are using the same ideals to make this wine.

The label echoes the Ancient Egyptian Ankh symbol (pronunciation: onk). Historically the ankh symbolised sunrise, regeneration, regrowth and renewal. Glaetzer Godolphin made quite an impact in its first 2 vintages - 2004 & 2005. From the 2006 vintage onwards, the wine has been known as Anaperenna, making first two vintages of the wine a collectable addition to any wine cellar.

Godolphin 2004 was declared the "Great Australian Red" in a national competition to find the best shiraz/cabernet sauvignon blend in Australia.

 

Vintage 2004: A mild January was excellent for optimal colour production and flavour development. After heatwave conditions, harvest began earlier than predicted, with the earliest Shiraz being picked in late February. Despite this, quality expectations were high and the Barossa experienced an Indian summer with no huge rainfall events and temperatures ranging between 25 and 30 degrees. The resultant Shiraz has good colour with elegant flavours.

 

Description: The wine is a seamless fusion of two varieties, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. A vibrant plummy red in colour. On the nose, there are lifted blackcurrant and briary fruit, expressive of Cabernet Sauvignon, with pure cinnamon and chocolate spice. The Cabernet components remained on skins for 2-3 months and developed a savoury complexity which tightens the shiraz. The palate has leafy, herbaceous notes and rich dark fruit flavours. Well-rounded and velvety, the tannins are ripe and focussed.

ON SALE : £55.99 £257.22

Greenock Creek Alice's Shiraz 2000 750mL

Established in 1978, Greenock Creek is a tiny Barossa winery with a production level of only 2500 cases per year, owned by Michael and Annabel Waugh.

These wines, fashioned from old, low-yielding vineyards, have accumulated quite a reputation. The range of wines includes five Shiraz, two Cabernet Sauvignons and a Grenache, all processed at the winery on the Waugh’s Roennfeldt Road property.

Unit Price(Single) From: £49.50

Greenock Creek Roennfeldt Road Shiraz 1997 750mL

Greenock Creek Wines is situated at Seppeltsfield in the rolling hills between the hamlets of Greenock and Marananga, on the western edge of the Barossa Valley. The winery's first release was in 1988, when it sold a 1986 Shiraz and a 1988 Chardonnay from its tiny cellar door situated beneath the Waugh's 150 year old stone cottage.

Unit Price(Single) From: £180.00

Greenock Creek Roennfeldt Road Shiraz 1999 750mL

Greenock Creek Wines is situated at Seppeltsfield in the rolling hills between the hamlets of Greenock and Marananga, on the western edge of the Barossa Valley. The winery's first release was in 1988, when it sold a 1986 Shiraz and a 1988 Chardonnay from its tiny cellar door situated beneath the Waugh's 150 year old stone cottage.

Unit Price(Single) From: £199.95

Greenock Creek Seven Acre Shiraz 2003 750mL

Made from vines less than 20 years old, and aged in American Oak, this substantial Shiraz boasts an opaque purple color along with a sweet nose of melted licorice intermixed with blackberry jam, pepper, white flowers, and a hint of toast. With layers of gorgeous fruit, voluptuousness, density, and purity. 

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Groom Estate Shiraz 2003 750mL

It is big, black and an intensely colored wine. The nose shows very generous black fruit characteristics of cherries, plums and cassis. A touch of anise and spice emerge, identifying shiraz as the true personality. The up front color and aroma intensity deceive one to think of big aggressive tannins and an unruly end, but you will be surprised to find the palate rich, round and voluptuous with a soft lingering finish.

 

ON SALE : £19.95 £407.40

Hardy's-Eileen Hardy-Shiraz-2015-750mL

The grapes are sourced from premium McLaren Vale vineyards where vine age ranged from 45 to 104 years of age. The fruit was picked by hand, de-stemmed and fermented in small open-top vessels, then pressed in a traditional basket press. The wine is then racked to French oak barriques where it is aged for 19 months. Blueberry, spice and red liquorice appear first on the nose followed by dark plum and chocolate. The palate shows rhubarb, dark berries and plums complemented by notes of cedar box, chocolate and savoury notes. The wine is juicy and textural revealing a wonderful density of fruit with fine tannins.

Unit Price(Single) From: £38.99

Henry's Drive Estate Shiraz 2003 750mL

The Henry’s Drive range reflects exactly the wineries approach to winemaking. The fruit is sourced exclusively and carefully graded with only the very best from small sections of the family vineyards in Padthaway.

 

Made with minimal intervention, each are single varietal wines of great length and longevity that are a true expression of their vineyard, region and variety. The vines are on average 13 years old, and grow in sandy loam over limestone on the hillside and in red loamy soil over limestone on the flat.

 

ON SALE : £19.95 £392.40
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