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  • 2019 Long River Shiraz, Dowie DooleRed Wine

    2019 Long River Shiraz, Dowie Doole

    £1050

    The Long River Shiraz is made by Dowie Doole Chief Winemaker Chris Thomas and is sourced from selected vineyards grown alongside Australia’s longest river, the River Murray in South Australia. Pure 100% Shiraz this red wine exhibits aromas of plum, clove and pepper alongside notes of vanilla and mocha from the use of oak. The fruit from the nose flows onto the palate bursting with luscious flavours of plum and vanilla giving the wine a long lingering finish.

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  • 2019 Granite Rock Red’Winemakers Collection’, Swartland WineryRed Wine

    2019 Granite Rock Red’Winemakers Collection’, Swartland Winery

    £1350

    Small berries big taste! The Swartland wine region of the Western Cape encompasses a uniquely diverse topographic area, with a myriad of microclimates, soils and sites which give rise to wines of full flavour and complexity.  Swartland Winery produces premium single varietal wines from the characterful bush vines grown in the heart of the Swartland, yielding wines of distinctive depth and concentration.

    The Winemaker’s Collection is an expression of Swartland’s finest terroir. These wines are crafted using carefully sourced grapes from site-specific vineyards and are planted in granite rich soils expertly suited to the cultivation of Rhône varieties

    The 2019 Granite Rock Red has ripe mulberry and raspberry flavours with a hint of spice are complemented by soft, rounded tannins and a smooth finish.

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  • 2017 Gamekeepers Shiraz, Grenache, Touriga, St HallettRed Wine

    2017 Gamekeepers Shiraz, Grenache, Touriga, St Hallett

    £1395

    This is one of our favourite quaffing red wines, it just such a well-crafted wine and really shows how skilled the winemakers at St Hallet are at making great wines for every pocket. The Shiraz, Grenache & Touriga grapes are sourced from mostly southern Barossa Valley, with red-brown loam over shale soils, perfect for highlighting fresh varietal characters.

    Ripe red berry fruits and spice with a lift of floral notes are prominent on the nose. A seamless integration highlighting the best attributes from each variety in the blend. A spectrum of bright red fruits and supple tannin from the Shiraz combines with the generous juicy raspberry flavours the Grenache. Touriga Nacional complements perfectly with rose petal and floral-like spice. It’s what we call a 2 bottler!

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  • 2020 ‘The Black’ Shiraz ‘Winemakers Reserve’, Berton VineyardRed Wine

    2020 ‘The Black’ Shiraz ‘Winemakers Reserve’, Berton Vineyard

    £1495

    The Winemakers Reserve Black Shiraz is a multi-award winning wine and an outstanding example of Australian Shiraz with deep colour and aromas of blackberry and plum over toasty coffee and spicy oak. The palate is full-flavoured and intense with rich plum, blueberry and mocha notes. The tannins are ripe and dense imparting great structure and length to the palate.

    Predominantly sourced from the vineyards in Padthaway, South Australia, where the soils are sandy loam over clay, formed on old lagoon sediments. These sandy soils lead to poor nutrient and water retention which helps to concentrate the flavours in the fruit. The vines are grown on single wire trellises, ensuring an open canopy. Drip irrigation is used in the vineyards to manage the water supply and reduce evaporation, as water is applied directly above the roots. The fruit was harvested during the cooler nights to retain freshness.

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  • 2019 Protea Shiraz, Anthonij Rupert WyneRed Wine

    2019 Protea Shiraz, Anthonij Rupert Wyne

    £1500

    Beautiful typical varietal Shiraz with an enticing floral overlay. A combination of red and purple fruit dominates the nose with violets and hints of spice. The palate offers a soft and elegant structure, with a combination of raspberry and blackcurrant flavours that fade into a smokey and flinty finish.

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  • 2020 Apostrophe Possessive Red, Larry CherubinoRed Wine

    2020 Apostrophe Possessive Red, Larry Cherubino

    £1595

    Approachable, striking and modern, this red blend oozes complexity – with the Shiraz’s earthiness tempering the Grenache’s muskiness; and together they soften the subtle steeliness of the Mataro. Notes of rose petal, musk and plum prelude a medium-bodied palate with vibrant berry flavours and fine tannins underpinned by cleansing acidity.

    The vineyard is located in the Frankland River area of the Great Southern, which is considered to be one of the most distinctive viticulture areas in Australia. The flavour of wines grown here comes from a granite-based soil. These gravelly soils also line the river valleys, rolling hills and lowlands. The vineyards are situated with a northern orientation, optimising the long sunlight hours, which promotes ripening and maturation of the grapes. T

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  • 2018 The Love Grass Shiraz, d’Arenberg Wine Republic Heros Red Wine

    2018 The Love Grass Shiraz, d’Arenberg

    £1595

    The Love Grass 2020 is a Shiraz straight from the d’Arenberg playbook. As a young wine when first opened, it may appear closed, dark and brooding. Tar, earth and black liquorice. Air and time both help to massage out the abundant sweet fruits, blackberry and plum with an undertone of fennel and spice. In a similar way, the palate starts quite muscular and tight but over time relaxes into a more generous juicy wine. As the juicy fruit evolves the initially rustic tannins start to settle into it like sinking into a plush armchair. The strong earth characters are a nod to the organic and biodynamic principles adopted in the vineyard. The character of the fruit is gently supported, rather than dominated, by savoury old oak barrels. All in all, this is a structural wine that over-delivers at the price point and will certainly benefit from decanting whilst rewarding those with the patience to cellar it well for 5 to 10 years

    Lovegrass is a weed that grows in the vineyards and its sticky flowers affectionately attach themselves to vineyard workers’ socks. This Shiraz will linger with you in the same way that the flowers do!

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  • 2020 Faith Shiraz, St HallettRed Wine

    2020 Faith Shiraz, St Hallett

    £1600

    Faith Shiraz has become a contemporary classic and a crowd favourite since its first vintage in 1994.  This 2020 is on form and a beautiful Barossa Valley Shiraz that delivers on every level and has that wonderful quality that as soon as you have finished the first sip you are reaching for another! Aromas of vibrant dark cherry and raspberry with underlying spice and chocolate fill the nose and these red fruits carry through to the palate with a generous juicy opening. This flows into textural territory with smooth, subtle tannins and lingering spice providing a long finish. The Shiraz was aged in French and American oak barrels for 16 months.

    Delicious!
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  • 2018 Footbolt Shiraz, d’Arenberg Wine Republic Heros Red Wine

    2018 Footbolt Shiraz, d’Arenberg

    £1650

    This delicious highly regarded shiraz is named after Footbolt, the prize racehorse of Joseph Osborn.  In 1912 Joseph sold his beloved horses to purchase the d’Arenberg property and so the wine making story began.

    In the glass, this 2018 Shiraz has a lifted, aromatic nose with luscious plum and red berry aromas. The palate is soft and cuddly and concludes with some firm tannin and acidity.  There are flavours of mulberry, pomegranate, dried herbs and earth, with a finish that is a little wild and rustic.

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  • 2020 ‘Bull Ant’ Shiraz, Lake BreezeRed Wine

    2020 ‘Bull Ant’ Shiraz, Lake Breeze

    £1650

    The playful label was inspired by the bullants which are known to harass vineyard workers.  This 2020 vintage is a ripe, full-bodied wine that has benefited from 15 months of oak maturation. It shows aromas reminiscent of plums and chocolate with a touch of earthy complexity.  The palate is rich and full of black fruits and has a long soft finish.

    A wine that could partner a cheese plate equally as well as a rare fillet steak. It is drinking well now but will age gracefully for the remainder of this decade.

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  • 2019 Footbolt Shiraz, d’Arenberg Wine Republic Heros Red Wine

    2019 Footbolt Shiraz, d’Arenberg

    £1650

    This delicious highly regarded shiraz is named after Footbolt, the prize racehorse of Joseph Osborn.  In 1912 Joseph sold his beloved horses to purchase the d’Arenberg property and so the wine making story began.

    In the glass, this 2018 Shiraz has a lifted, aromatic nose with luscious plum and red berry aromas. The palate is soft and cuddly and concludes with some firm tannin and acidity.  There are flavours of mulberry, pomegranate, dried herbs and earth, with a finish that is a little wild and rustic.

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  • 2018 Renegade, Ken ForresterRed Wine

    2018 Renegade, Ken Forrester

    £1695

    One of the very first Rhône style blends in South Africa. This elegant Rhône blend displays Old World Style with New World fruit. Hint of Grenache’s earthy rusticity and Shiraz’s noble spice with hints of nutmeg and salty black olive on the finish. Balanced with soft integrated tannins.

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  • 2018 Shiraz `Field Street`, S.C. PannellRed Wine

    2018 Shiraz `Field Street`, S.C. Pannell

    £1775

    The Field Street Shiraz is made from fruit sourced from vineyards that surround the estate’s Oliver Road home. In every sense, this wine is at the heart of the S.C. Pannell label. This wine is stripped back from the artifice of winemaking to express the purity and breadth of McLaren Vale Shiraz.  On the nose there is a lovely purity of fruit, aromas of violets are coupled with the beautiful perfume of a punnet full of fresh berries. The palate is medium-bodied, velvety and plush, with lovely, earthy tannins and a lifted finish.

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  • 2017 Philip Shiraz, Mount PleasantRed Wine

    2017 Philip Shiraz, Mount Pleasant

    £1795

    Mount Pleasant, based in the Hunter Valley, was established in 1921 by the legendary winemaker Maurice O’Shea, from 16.3 hectares of adjoining parcels of land, which he named Mount Pleasant.

    Inspired by the first visit of a reigning monarch to Australia in 1954, Mount Pleasant ‘Philip’ Shiraz is the personification of a distinguished family history dating back more than 130 years. Made in an authentic Hunter Shiraz style, this complex wine is crafted from small parcels cultivated in the premium subregion of Pokolbin in the Hunter Valley.

    Ample notes of fresh red and black berried fruits, subtle oak spice and hints of blueberry lead to a beautifully balanced palate with finely woven tannins and impeccable length.

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  • 2019/20 Reserve Barossa Shiraz, Berton Vineyard Wine Republic Heros Red Wine

    2019/20 Reserve Barossa Shiraz, Berton Vineyard

    £1895

    Bob Berton makes exceptional quality Shiraz at very affordable prices.

    The aromas are powerful and complex encapsulating a wealth of ripe black cherries, blackberries with subtle hints of white pepper and spice. The rich and harmonious palate delivers soft flavours of plum and cherry notes, underpinned by toasty oak and velvety chocolate. Silky tannins lead to a long, persistent finish.

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