World Class Barossa Shiraz Mar 2020
Each six-pack contains a bottle of
Hobbs Aria Secca Shiraz 2018 (rrp$62)
A baby brother to the commanding Gregor Shiraz (which will set you back $150+). Crafted in the same style, the fruit is handpicked before being placed on racks and semi-dried in the method of the famous Amarone wines of Italy. Soft and generously flavoured and an utter delight to drink
Sons of Eden ‘Zephyrus’ Shiraz 2017 (rrp$52)
Made from fruit sourced from 20-60-year-old vines across the Barossa. Deep crimson in colour, and full of lush dark fruits on a richly concentrated palate.
Lienert Vineyards Estate Shiraz 2016 (rrp$50)
Sourced from the best blocks of the Barossa’s most westerly vineyards, planted in rich red terra rossa soils. Big lifted spiced black fruit on the nose, a long and richly flavoured palate showing classic firm tannin lines that define shiraz from the western ridge
Spinifex Bete Noir Barossa Shiraz 2018 (rrp$46)
A magnificent expression of contemporary styled Barossa Shiraz. Packed with flavour wrapped around a firm spine of fine tannins and bright acidity, and a long, long finish.
Schwarz Schiller Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018 (rrp$80)
Something special, something rare. From a single vineyard planted in the 1880s and still farmed by the same family 6 generations later. Amazing colour and flavour, defined by the distinctiveness softness that characterises wines made from ancient old vines.
Purple Hands After Five Wine Co. Serata 2017 (rrp$48)
And now for something completely different. Shiraz takes the lead, with the intriguing palate showing the depth and body of Barossa’s hero variety. Then cherry flavours from the Montepulciano, and Aglianico giving rose hints and fine long tannin and welcome natural acidity. No wonder this is one of the most talked-about wines in Barossa wine circles today.