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Australian Wine

Shiraz

What may be the national grape of Australia is simply Syrah by another name. The variations in Australia alone make it seem like three or four different grapes.

In the hot South Australia, they make simple, sweeter Shiraz for guzzling. In the prime South Australia regions like Barossa and McLaren Vale, the wines get drier, more complex, and more expensive. Even there, they can be incredible values compared to similar wines from other parts of the world. In cooler areas like Victoria and Margaret River, the wines are generally found in a leaner style, more reminiscent of the Northern Rhone, but often still more fruit forward than the Rhone prototype.


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Reg. $8.99

Like comfort food you can pour in a glass. Dark, chewy, and fruit filled. Easy drinking and well balanced. A cozy pleasure!2010: 89 Points - Harvey Steiman, Wine Spectator: "Smooth and velvety, with a fresh, lively feel to the ... more
Sku: 006350


Reg. $6.99

The generous flavours and contemporary, easy-drinking style of Lindemans Bin 50 Shiraz combines easily with food and most social occasions to deliver maximum enjoyment from the first glass to the last. Berry, liquorice and spice flavours Colour:  more
Sku: 010027


Reg. $10.99

The generous flavours and contemporary, easy-drinking style of Lindemans Bin 50 Shiraz combines easily with food and most social occasions to deliver maximum enjoyment from the first glass to the last. Berry, liquorice and spice flavours Colour:  more
Sku: 024984


Reg. $10.99

Koonunga Hill is a multi-district shiraz cabernet, based largely on Barossa, McLaren Vale and Coonawarra fruit. It is a classic Penfolds maturation-style wine where fruit complexity and vivacity, rather than oak, are brought to the fore. The ... more
Sku: 005377


Reg. $12.99

Ripe and generous, the flavors of dark berry fruit on the attack are framed by lively acidity and ... more
Sku: 045128


Reg. $6.99

Plum, spice, blackcurrant and mint aromas against a background of vanilla and coconut oak notes The generous flavors and contemporary, easy-drinking style of Lindemans Bin 55 Shiraz Cabernet combines easily with food and most social occasions to ... more
Sku: 065543


Reg. $42.99

A deep, layered wine, with definite potential for long-term development in the cellar. Even now, ... more
Sku: P57776


Reg. $13.99

A bright, effusive nose of flowers and sour cherries leads to a palate much darker, spicier and ... more
Sku: P57689


Reg. $28.99

2008: 91 Points - Jay Miller, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2008 Laughing Magpie Shiraz-Viognier (6%) spent 12 months in 15% new French and American oak. It is deep crimson-colored with an alluring bouquet of ... more
Sku: 115395


Reg. $22.99

Church Block was the first wine the late Greg Trott produced under the Wirra Wirra label back in 1972. He took the name from one of the original vineyards, which runs next to the small Bethany Church (est. 1854) across the road from Wirra ... more
Sku: 057521


Reg. $22.99

A combination of small (8 tonne) and medium size (25 tonne) static fermenters have been used, with a fermentation cycle of between 8-12 days. The natural or ‘wild’ yeasts present on the grape skins were allowed to initiate the sugar ... more
Sku: P44007


Reg. $19.99

Black Chook clucks to the sparkle of a lively tune. An assemblage of vintage Shiraz wines, aged in older French oak barrels where they develop layers of fruit and a rich weighty texture across the palate. A component of younger wine contributes ripe  more
Sku: 041090


Reg. $19.99

  Sku: P58772


Reg. $22.99

The little brother, as it were, to Yalumba's 'Signature', 'Scribbler' delivers the trademark ... more
Sku: P43926


Reg. $99.99
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The 2009 Blue Eyed Boy Shiraz is a 20% Langhorne Creek and 80% McLaren Vale blend matured in 71% new and 29% 1 year American oak. Very deep garnet-purple colored, it is profoundly scented of blueberry and black cherry with touches of mint, mocha and  more
Sku: 055395


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