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Andean Vineyards Elementos Shiraz Malbec 2014 (1x 75cl)

A medium to full bodied red, with a rich concentration of summer and berry fruits with a lingering, mouth-watering finish.

Babich Gimblett Gravels Syrah 2013 (1x 75cl)

A good depth of colour precedes pleasing ripe summer fruit aromas. Black plum and spice are also apparent on the nose. There is a sweet plum entry in the mouth, which develops into concentrated fruit with subtle savoury notes and a touch of leather. Tannins satisfy the palate and fruit lingers on the finish. Drinking well now, and will age gracefully.

Battle Of Bosworth Puritan Shiraz 2016 (6x 75cl)

Puritan is made to be drunk young. The wine is purple red, with lifted dark fruit on the nose, as well as blue fruit (damson, blueberries), dark chocolate and a subtle thread of tannin running through the wine. This wine is fresh, fresh, fresh.

Battle Of Bosworth White Boar 2013 (1x 75cl)

Spice and perfume on the nose, Rum n raisin, fruit cake (without being jammy), black fruits on the palate, supple fruit on the mid palate, long, smooth and incredibly persistent.

Berton Winemakers Reserve The Black Shiraz 2015 (1x75cl)

Awarded 86 points and Recommended status by Decanter ( in their June 2017 edition review of Australian Value Shiraz  (see blue link below).


Berton Reserve The Black Shiraz 2015 - June 2017 Decanter review


The vibrant dark cherry fruit typifies the area that this wine is from in Padthaway, South Australia and is the backbone of this wine. Blackberry, plum and mocha are also evident, creating a palate that is rich and soft.  This wine was matured in French oak for approximately 4 to 6 months before being filtered and blended for bottling.  It is a wine that has been made to drink now but will cellar for around 5 years.


Best's Great Western Bin No 0 Shiraz 2011 (1x 75cl)

Shows deep, concentrated blue fruits, great mid palate weight and long lingering impression. Texture and structure with fine oak and tannins playing a supporting role. An opulent rendition of Bin 0 and one that will benefit from some more time in bottle.

Brown Brothers Heathcote Shiraz 2012 (1x 75cl)

This Limited Release Heathcote Shiraz boasts a bright ruby red colour with vibrant purple hues and aromas of cinnamon, white pepper and cedary oak. The palate is spicy and elegant with pronounced red berry fruit flavours and balanced oak in the background adding complexity. The acidity provides real liveliness and the tannins are fine grained and well integrated. This wine will gain complexity with age, try it in the cellar for 3 to 5 years from vintage.

Cambridge Road Syrah 2011 (1x 75cl)

From a biodynamic vineyard in Martinborough, this Syrah is a ripe and smooth wine with black cherry and plum flavours and a touch of peppery spice and tar.


Chalkers Crossing Shiraz 2009 (1x 75cl)

Deep red with purple tints, blackberry and dark cherry aromas are matched by subtle spicy, vanilla oak. A very complex palate with blackberry flavours and fine, silky tannins.

Charles Melton Voices of Angels Adelaide Hills Shiraz 2013 (1x 75cl)

Rich and deep in colour. Its softly perfumed nose illustrates the characters that come from a cool climate fruit source. A gentle structure, it balances the house style richness within a more nimble framework, retaining sweetness but holding back on ‘bigness’. A touch of stalky/whole bunch flavour adds another layer. A rich, deep but elegantly structured wine.

Chateau Tanunda Barossa Shiraz 2012 (6x 75cl)

This fantastic Shiraz offers up lifted aromas of blackberry, plum and black pepper. This is all accompanied by spicy, dark berry fruits on the palate.

Colonial Estate Explorateur Old Vine Barossa Shiraz 2015 (6x 75cl)

The Explorateur Old Vine Shiraz while full-bodied, powerful and rich, it also displays striking finesse and elegance from its aging in French oak.

Darenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz 2011 (1 x 75cl)

Awarded 94 points and Highly Recommended status by Decanter ( in their December 2016 edition review of 'Langton's Classification' (Australia's finest bottles) (see blue link below).


D'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz 2011 - Dec 2016 Decanter review


Dead Arm is a vine disease caused by the fungus Eutypa Lata that randomly affects vineyards all over the world. Often affected vines are severely pruned or replanted. One half, or an 'arm' of the vine slowly becomes reduced to dead wood. That side may be lifeless and brittle, but the grapes on the other side, while low yielding, display amazing intensity.


The 2011 Dead Arm is all about style, poise and savouriness. The gods may have thrown us challenging conditions and admittedly, there is a slight shift in style when compared to the more classic years of The Dead Arm, but the quality of this wine speaks for itself and an avid Dead Arm drinker will identify all the hallmarks of this iconic Shiraz.


The nose gives a fair insight into what to expect. Sweet fruits are initially subdued, the wine appears all about cedar, peat, fresh turned soil, ironstone, fennel and cured meats. If decanted, (highly recommended), slowly the layers of savoury aromas unfurl, releasing an entirely new array of sweeter fruit characters which gently develop, eventually taking pride of place, front and centre. A raft of black and purple fruits, blackberry, satsuma plum, blackcurrant, liquorice and sweet beetroot. The palate follows suit. Initially earthy and savoury, slowly giving way to sweeter and spicier fruits. The mouthfeel is very sleek and focused. Despite this it feels dense and compact, only fleshing out with time. It's amazing how much complexity is built into such a relatively elegant (in Dead Arm terms) package. Tannins are prominent and drive the wine to a long finish but never feel hard or extracted. All in all, an ethereal wine, that will reward the connoisseur with patience!


Darenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz 2013 (1x 75cl)

The Dead Arm Shiraz manages to balance focus and complexity superbly. It is aromatic, floral and there is a fascinating amount of intensity that draws you back.

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