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Double Gold Medal
Double Gold Medal
98 Points
96 Points
Big Bold RRP $737 Barossa Shiraz Mixed Dozen

Big Bold RRP $737 Barossa Shiraz Mixed Dozen

SAVE OVER $500 OFF INCLUDES DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL 98 POINT RATED WINES GRANT BURGE, VIKING, SHANAHANS & FU

$ 199.00 /ea
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Why to buy:

  • 95 Point Rated Andrew Caillard MW Museum Release Of Iconic Grant Burge Meshach Shiraz

  • $99 A Bottle FU2 The Little Brother To FU Shiraz Valued at $300 

  • Escapade 95 Point Rated Gold Medal Wine Showcase Magazine

  • 98 Point Rated Winestate Magazine Shanahans Reaper Shiraz 

  • Viking GSM 94 Point Rated Gold Medal Winner Australian Wine Showcase Magazine


Specifications:
Vintage: Various
Grape Variety: Red Mixed Dozens
Alcohol Content: 15.00
Standard Drinks: 8.90
Rating: 98
Tasting Notes:

2x Fu2 Barossa Valley Shiraz 2021 - 14% Alc
Introducing the little brother of FU, the 2021 FU2. FU2 is inky red/black in colour with vibrant purple hues. It has great intensity and depth which is typical of the FU style. The aroma is truly distinctive, with rich dark chocolate, berry coulis, leather, and cinnamon. The palate is textural with powerful fruit flavours and silky soft tannins providing a rich mouthful of wine. The balanced tannins perfectly complement the influential fruit characters. The flavours mirror the complex set of aromas, toffee and spice with a big berry hit. A truly distinctive FU style from an outstanding vintage will ensure this wine is still drinking well with the best Australia has to offer well into the next decade.

2x Shanahans The Reaper Barossa Valley Shiraz 2021 - 15% Alc
Concentrated fruit flavours of blackberry, plum, black olive, dark chocolate and earth. Allowing the wine time to open up will reveal a natural fruit elegance and perfectly engulfed oak flavours. The finish is long with perfectly balanced natural fruit acid and silky-smooth tannins which will ensure the longevity of this release.

1x Grant Burge Meshach Barossa Valley Shiraz 2014 - 14.50% Alc
The 2014 Meshach is inky red/black in colour with vibrant purple hues. It has great intensity and depth which is typical of Meshach. The aroma is truly distinctive, with rich dark chocolate, berry coulis, leather and cinnamon. The palate is textural with powerful fruit flavours and silky soft tannins providing a rich mouthful of wine. The balanced tannins perfectly complement the influential fruit characters. The flavours mirror the complex set of aromas, toffee and spice with a big berry hit. A truly distinctive Meshach from an outstanding vintage will ensure this wine is still drinking well with the best Australia has to offer well into the next decade.

1x Pirathon Silver Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018 - 15% Alc
Pirathon Silver Shiraz 2018 is Deep red with violet hues with a nose that is at once  complex, savoury oak flavours of cloves, toast and warm spices intertwined with black  fruits and a sarsaparilla like lift. It has a rich and inviting palate, upfront dark fruits in  the blood plum and blackberry mould meld around assertive ripe tannins. With air,  savoury characters come to the fore with black olive tapenade, nutmeg and cured  Barossa meats. Oak maturation is noticeable giving clear structural and textual  elements with a long and expressive flavour profile that will continue to evolve with  careful cellaring. 

2x Escapade Vineyards Barossa Valley Shiraz 2021 - 14.52% Alc
Deep dark red and purple in colour. The nose in intoxicating with raspberry, licorice along with some subtle pepper, oak, and dried herbs. Full bodied palate which is highly concentrated with Raspberry, black olive, plum and licorice all feature with some dark chocolate providing the core flavours. Wonderfully integrated tannins then give the texture and balance the wine perfectly.

1x Einzellage Seppeltsfield Barossa Valley Shiraz 2022 - 14% Alc
Deep dense red brick in colour. Concentrated nose, pinpoint ripeness, and black fruits with incredible elegance. Full bodied sweet ripe flavours of dark berries and plum, it has lushness and the flavours fold over one another in masses, which create an array of gorgeous flavours. Chocolate, mocha, spice and even acid play a part here. The perfectly timed ripeness is what keeps grabbing you. Smooth grained tannin's come late and the finish is like Velvet.

1x Chateau Yaldara Lyndoch Valley Barossa Valley Shiraz 2021 - 15% Alc
Deep red in colour the 2021 Chateau Yaldara Lyndoch Valley Barossa Shiraz has aromas of cherries and blackberries. The palate is rich and displays complex characteristics that are long lasting. A perfect partnership between acidity and tannin whilst the oak development is hinged in the middle .

1x Viking Grand Barossa Valley GSM 2021 - 14% Alc
Deep purple in colour, with blackberry, plum and a burst of red cherry, accompanied by spice and white pepper aromas. The palate is a wonderful combination of red fruits and savoury undertones. Smooth tanins make for easy drinking with a soft lingering finish.

1x Viking Grand Barossa Valley Shiraz 2022 - 14.50% Alc
Dark deep red with crimson edge. Exceptionally concentrated and youthful currently, distinct nose of roasted herb, truffle and jammy black fruits, raspberries, blueberries and cassis. The body is round and voluminous with mouth fulls of  pure black fruit interwoven with some earth and roasted herb character adding a perfect side note whilst the finish is powerful and quite long and youthful it should only improve over the next 2 years and drink well for many years to come.


Accolades & Awards:

Escapade Vineyards Barossa Valley Shiraz 2021
95 Point Rated - Australian Wine Showcase Magazine
"Elegant soft berry aromas with attractive dark berry character developing. Long, generous wine rich showing attractive spice and fruit on the palate."

94 Point Rated - Sam Kim Wine Orbit
"Sweetly fruited and complex on the nose with blackberry, smoky bacon, warm spice and roasted nut aromas, it's succulent and plump in the mouth with fleshy texture and rounded tannins. Delightfully styled and flavoursome with a lengthy velvety finish. At its best: now to 2033. $50.00."

93 Point Rated - Melbourne International Wine Competition

Shanahans The Reaper Barossa Valley Shiraz 2021
98 Point Rated - Winestate Magazine
"Classic Barossa shiraz with an inviting combination of dark fruit, chocolate, floral and oak aromas. Wonderfully balanced wine which is silky smooth with impeccable tannin structure."

96 Point Rated - Sam Kim Wine Orbit
"Richly ripe and inviting with dark plum, raspberry, rich floral, vanilla and hazelnut aromas, it's succulent and weighty in the mouth with silky texture and polished tannins. The wine is fruit forward with spicy undertones, displaying generous, supple mouthfeel with a beautiful rounded finish. At its best: now to 2033."

95 Point Rated - Wine Showcase Magazine
"Dark chocolatey nose with good dash of spices and black pepper. This wine has a lovely, long, rich, dark fruit palate balanced with spicy characters and oak."

Grant Burge Meshach Barossa Valley Shiraz 2014
95 Point Rated - Jeni Port Wine Pilot
"Meshach looms large in the glass. It’s the Barossa Valley Shiraz’s signature as its creator, Grant Burge, intended. From vines 60+ years old, it holds court both colour-wise – deep, dark with twinkling red hues – and with a powerful presence that belies its age. Big perfume of cigar box, chocolate, spice, plum pudding, black fruits, earth and leather. It’s generous and complex and, yes, carries the bold, warm-hearted Barossa shiraz stamp. It’s packed with flavour that lingers long. Meshach lives up to many drinkers’ expectations of what a traditional Barossa Shiraz should be, and that includes an ability to age. Firm tannins are the not so quiet force behind this wine with the clear intention of providing the framework for that extended ageing. It’s still but a pup and you can’t say that about too many nine-year-old Australian Shiraz."

95 Point Rated - Andrew Caillard MW Vintage Journal

94 Point Rated - Huon Hooke The Real Review
Very deep colour, starting to show development in its hue but retaining a good amount of purple in the meniscus; the bouquet is very complex and mellow, earthy and dark-to-red fruited, the palate is full-bodied and firm with ample tannins providing support. Stacks of vanilla, chocolate and mocha with a trace of cigarbox starting up. There's been a lot of oak employed here. Impressive plushness and character too. 


Pirathon Silver Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018
93 Point Rated - Ned Goodwin MW
"I like this. A rich wine to be sure, glimpsing Barossan classicism with fruitcake spice and the mocha-vanillin burr of some American oak handling. Yet there is a decorous freshness and sophisticated sensibility. Dried nori, purple fruits, a smattering of star anise, clove and a nourishing core of beef bouillon-umami and biltong. The grape tannins are righteous for the region, corralling the flow of fruit while sewing seams of tension."

93 Point Rated - Jeni Port Wine Pilot
"Another solid, well-built Barossa shiraz where the winemaker lets rip with Barossa power, but also brings forth a degree of elegance. The latter is delivered through lively red and black fruits with dried raspberry, dark plum and blackberry that lift the wine contributing an impressive fragrant complexity. Oak is on view but balanced with sweet vanillin, warm toasty notes. Tannins are sturdy but well-resolved and like the 2017 shiraz, alcohol is on the generous side hitting the scales at 15%. It carries it well.This is the bold, generous expression of Barossa shiraz that many of us love. It is of a style to be sure but the quality and intensity of fruit – definitely the hero here – lifts it well above the average."

Dave Brookes - James Halliday Wine companion
"From 10yo Barossa Valley shiraz, destemmed, some whole berries, aged in French and American oak (15% new) for 18 months. Ripe blackberry, black cherry and blood plum fruits are joined by hints of baking spice, cedar, plum jam, licorice and dark chocolate. Medium bodied, with sweet black fruits, fine sandy tannin and a bright line of acidity. Just a little alcohol heat on the finish."

Chateau Yaldara Lyndoch Valley Barossa Valley Shiraz 2021
96 Point Rated & 5 Stars - Sam Kim Wine orbit
"Wonderfully fruited and enticing, the bouquet shows black/blueberry, rich floral, vanilla, hazelnut and cocoa notes, leading to a sumptuous palate that's filled with rich fruit intensity backed by silky texture and layers of polished tannins, making it delicious and hugely appealing. At its best: now to 2040. $90.00. Feb 2024."

93 Point Rated - Ned Goodwin Master Of Wine
"An intriguing, fuller weighted wine that successfully meshes a potpourri of dried nori, violet, boysenberry and clove, suggestive of a contemporary expression of Australian shiraz, with nostalgic riffs of cocoa nib, liquorice back strap and beef bouillon. The oak, a little aggressive, needing time to nestle. Fortunately, time  is something that this wine has on its side."

Einzellage Seppeltsfield Barossa Valley Shiraz 2022
96 Point Rated - Australian Wine Showcase Magazine

94 Point Rated & 5 Stars - Sam Kim Wine Orbit
"It's splendidly fruited and inviting on the nose, showing dark fruit richness, warm spice, toasty oak and cocoa characters, followed by a succulent palate offering delectable fruit flavours with seductive spicy nuances. It's plump and flavoursome with a long, velvety finish. At its best: now to 2034. $48.00. Feb 2024."

Viking Grand Barossa Valley GSM 2021
94 Point Rated - Australian Wine Showcase Magazine

Escapade Vineyards Barossa Valley Shiraz 2021
Gold Medal
Australian Wine Showcase Magazine

Gold Medal
Melbourne International Wine Competition

Pirathon Silver Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018
Double Gold Medal
New Zealand International Wine Show 2020
New Zealand Wine Competition 2020

Gold Medal
Global Syrah Masters 2020

Silver Medal
London Wine Competition 2021

Viking Grand Barossa Valley Shiraz 2022
Gold Medal
Australian Wine Showcase Magazine

Einzellage Seppeltsfield Barossa Valley Shiraz 2022
Gold Medal
Australian Wine Showcase Magazine

Viking Grand Barossa Valley GSM 2021
Gold Medal
Australian Wine Showcase Magazine

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