The shiraz grapes used to produce this wine are sourced from South Australia. the wine displays a soft earthy bouquet with blackcurrant and dark cherry aromas. Ingartiate yourself with sweet varietal fruit and a lingering dark...more
This Shiraz has a deep brick red colour and medium-bodied in style, and is produced from grapes grown in the Heathcote vineyard area. This wine has fantastic lifted aromas of red and dark berry fruits and the classic pepper...more
Brown Brothers Sparkling Red Shiraz is a powerful garnet colour with a fine, foamy mousse on opening. The nose is elegant and lively with lovely rich aromas of blackberry, spice and liquorice. On the palate the wine is vibrant...more
Bronze Decanter Award Winner 2011. From the Chocolate Box Trio of premium wines comes the Dark Chocolate Shiraz. Textured powdery tannins with dark chocolate beneath a pastiche of coffee, apricot and liquorice.
Deep plum coloured with purple hues. On the nose intense black cherries supported by hints of vanilla, chocolate and earthy aromas come through. The palate has sweet cherry fruit flavours with silky cocoa and chocolate tannins...more
Single Serve 187ml bottle.
Deep and inky in colour this wine displays a nose of rich ripe plum and blackcurrant flavours with a touch of mint. Smooth and full bodied on the palate with spicy flavours of dark berried fruit,...more
Deep and inky in colour this wine displays a nose of rich ripe plum and blackcurrant flavours with a touch of mint. Smooth and full bodied on the palate with spicy flavours of dark berried fruit, velvety tannins and a long...more
Orphan Bank is a testament to Langmeil`s commitment to preserving old and rare Barossa vineyards. Ten rows of Shiraz planted pre-1860 were saved from the developer`s bulldozer and replanted alongside the original Langmeil...more
Langmeil is home to The Freedom Shiraz, believed to be planted in 1843 by vigneron Christian Auricht. Escaping war and persecution in Prussia, Auricht travelled to his new homeland, finding Freedom in the Barossa Valley. His...more
Deep crimson in colour with lifted perfume of blueberries and violets with lovely biscuity vanillin characters and hints of briary spice on the nose. On the palate blueberries and satsuma plums are the dominating fruit...more
Crimson-purple. A stunning bouquet of blackberry and plum fruit. Full bodied palate that displays further red fruits with a touch of savoury spice on the finish.
Angove have identified key vineyard sites in McLaren...more
The Patricia Shiraz shows intense, dense, round, supple and ripe fruit balanced with integrated oak flavours. The nose is ripe with dark fruits, spice and liquorice characters, while the palate is rich and powerful with dominant...more
A typical jammy, spicy Shiraz from Australia, with aromas of blackberry, plum and chocolate which are given an element of spice from 18 months maturation in American oak barrel. It is a powerful Shiraz, richly flavoured with...more
Good medium depth of ruby colour. Rich plum and savoury aromas. Packed with elegant flavours of spice, plums and berries. This extraordinary speciality red sparkling wine is based on a cool climate Cabernet Shiraz blend from...more
Colour Medium to light red with hints of youthful
Aroma Spicy, slight liquorice, intense fruit
Flavour Bright medium bodied wine. Lively full
fruit flavours; some spice integrated with
red fruits; lovely soft...more
Deep ruby red in colour, this Shiraz has lifted aromas of white pepper and wild berries balanced by fine toasted American oak. On the palate, an explosion of spice with rich blackcurrant flavours and a smooth, lingering finish....more
Inky red with dark purple hues. Ripe raspberries and plum aromas dominate with a hint of anise and white pepper. A rich plum and ripe red berry palate follows with complexing cinnamon and beautifully integrated oak, finishing...more
Estate grown from the spectacular hillside vineyard in the Ferguson Valley of the Geographe wine region, fruit is sourced predominately from the Gravel Pit block which was planted in 1998.
As the name suggests, the vineyard...more