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VIP Platinum Red Mixed Dozen

VIP Platinum Red Mixed Dozen

MULTIPLE GOLD MEDAL 95 POINT RATED REDS FROM MARGARET RIVER TO THE BAROSSA

$ 199 .00 /ea
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Tasting Notes

Fu Barossa Valley Shiraz 2016 Export Label

Deep dark black with crimson hues. A hedonistic style which needs time to breathe to show its true character. The fruit characters are blackberry and there is white pepper and some seductive spice. Some age is showing and is evident through the characters of leather saddle, coffee, and chocolate. Powerful fruit flavours are evident thanks in large part to the old vine material used there’s a blanket of tannin and oak which all work together to provide the backbone. Plum, liqueur, leather, earth, coffee and smoked meat all perform back up roles. A perfect balance between oak and fruit has been achieved and these characters appear to have perfectly melted into one another over time due to the use of high-quality oak and minimal Sulphur use. The tannin structure is long and velvety with the wine having an incredibly long finish. 


Watershed Awakening Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

The wine displays complex aromas of blackcurrant, liquorice and choc mint, with hints of mocha. On the palate, the dense velvety texture is complemented by cigar box, black olive notes followed by fine silky tannins from 18 months maturation in French oak barriques.


Kopparossa Coonawarra Reserve Shiraz 2014

Deep, earthy red with purple and plum coloured hues. Toasty, spicey, cherry plum, chocolate with a hint of mint. Velvety, ripe fleshy cherry fruit flavours with a lingering astringency- from firm supple grape and oak tannins. Still a youthful wine that will develop into a bigger, richer, complex individual, as time goes on. 


Monolith Vintners Old Vine Barossa Valley Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2014

Deep dark centre with a ruby red hue. On the palate it shows excellent fruit purity and texture with ripe blackberry, red plum and some cherry fruits coming to the fore. Again an expressive mid-palate showing hints of vanilla, licorice and mocha which mesh seamlessly with the judicious French oak characters as the wine flows to a finish that shows great persistence, ripe, super-fine tannins and a seam of balanced, bright acidity. This is a style of wine that requires decanting and time to breathe to soften prior to consuming although will be cellared prior to release the wine has the fruit, alcohol and tannin structure to ensure cellaring for many more years where it will continue to evolve.


Viking Grand Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018

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.


The Colonial Estate Explorateur Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018

Deep purple with red brick flash around edge. Blackberry fruits with hints of licorice, oak and aniseed. The palate is softly spoken and fruit driven initially with blackberries, plums and licorice notes giving your insight into what is ahead. An approachable mid palate, which is full-flavored, while the fine-grained tannins finish with complex notes of olives, cashew nuts and oak. An alluring finish, which is moreish and smooth, yet has great length.


Limb Single Vineyard Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018

Intense deep ruby red with purple hues. Plum, blackberry, licorice with soft voluptuous oak and chocolate all playing supporting roles. This wine illustrates exactly how I have been handcrafting premium red wine for my entire life, in the vineyard. The terror and microclimate of specific blocks produce something different year with the obvious characters of this vintage being plum, anise, and chocolate. The extended time in barrel and use of different aged oak mainly older allowed this flavour to infiltrate the wine without overpowering it and to run seamlessly into the natural tannin structure of the wine.



Accolades & Awards

Fu Barossa Valley Shiraz 2016 Export Label

93 Points - Australian Wine Showcase Magazine

"Hints of aniseed on the nose. Generous wine with great colour and outstanding varietal fruit flavours."


Monolith Vintners Old Vine Barossa Valley Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2014

95 Point Rated

Australian Wine Showcase Magazine

Fu Barossa Valley Shiraz 2016 Export Label

Gold Medal 

Wine Showcase


Monolith Vintners Old Vine Barossa Valley Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2014

Gold Medal

Wine Showcase


Technical

Fu Barossa Valley Shiraz 2016 Export Label

This wine is sourced from a single old vineyard from what we consider one of the finest vineyards in the Barossa Valley. 2016 was one of the standout vintages of the last decade, the ideal vintage, which gave us the benefit of perfectly, ripened fruit. The smooth flow of vintage allowed us to select specific fruit parcels and allowed us to define the wine as much in the vineyard as the winery. These grapes are brought into the winery and crushed into old vats where the fermentation is initiated by “wild” yeasts found on the grape skins. Careful extraction and short post fermentation maceration is followed by soft pressing. The wine is transferred into brand new oak barrels where the malolactic fermentation is completed before racking and maturation for 36 months in barrels where it stayed with no topping or Sulphur addition.  A careful assemblage and barrel selection are followed by minimal filtration and bottling.

A wine which will benefit immensely with time in the cellar to settle and develop. It will have a great lifespan of around 15 years plus still.


Monolith Vintners Old Vine Barossa Valley Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2014

Really good winter and early spring rains filled the soils and set the vines up well for the season. Late spring and summer were hot and dry although some cool overnight temperatures did caused some issues in some blocks. Harvest was earlier than usual but a rain event and cool weather in February caused the vintage rush to slow to a nice pace.  Despite crop levels being down overall we were exceptionally happy with the quality of fruit produced due to weather patterns the fruit was small although really full of flavour and vibrancy.The fruit was transported to the winery where it was gently de-stemmed into concrete open top fermenters. It was then carefully nurtured for 7 days on skins with pump overs occurring twice daily, varying in duration and intensity. When primary fermentation was almost complete, the wine was drained from the skins and the must is gently basket pressed for 8 hours. The wine remains in a stainless steel tank until primary fermentation is completed. It is then run directly into new French barriques where it spent the next 36 months. Once the oak and the wine had perfectly become one the wine is blended and bottled without the use of filtration or fining. 624 six packs were produced in total.

A wonderfully example of big and bold Barossa GSM which will stand the test of time, ensure it is allowed to breathe prior to consuming.


Viking Grand Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018

The fruit is sourced from a single vineyard in the Western Barossa Valley from the iron stone rich soils. The grapes are picked and delivered to the winery and gently worked through the de-stemmer before being transferred to an open fermenter.  The juice is pumped over daily to extract as much concentrated fruit as possible for a week period before draining and being basket pressed. The skins are then gently pressed for approximately 24 hours. After the wine has completed its malolactic ferment, it is matured in new and seasoned American oak barrels prior to bottling with minimal fining and filtration.


The Colonial Estate Explorateur Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018

The vineyards that make up Explorateur are based in the northwestern Barossa Valley. This is a belt of land/terroir that runs from just to the northwest of Tanunda – Marananga, Greenock, Moppa, Ebenezer, and through to Stockwell, just north of Nuriootpa. Cropping levels are kept low to ensure fruit flavour is focus. The same equipment that is accorded to our more expensive wines is made available to Explorateur. Fermentation is French in approach for up to two thirds of the wine made; the rest is vinified in a more Australian way.



Limb Single Vineyard Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018

Winter rains gave the vines a great start to the 2018 growing season. A warm and dry spring then early summer was relatively mild, resulting in good flowering and fruit set. The dry conditions continued with several heat spikes in late January and early February meaning the vines went dormant and this interrupted veraison, with the picking of some of my earlier ripening vineyards delayed until the beginning of March. Perfect, mild ripening weather followed to the end of April. Time will be the judge but i suggest 2018 has produced another stunning Barossa vintage with Shiraz my stand out variety.


Bundle Content Notes

2x Fu Barossa Valley Shiraz 2016 Export Label

GOLD MEDAL & 93 POINT RATED BAROSSA SHIRAZ PREVIOUS VINTAGES 99 POINTS PARKER


1x Watershed Awakening Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

THE FINAL VINTAGE EVER PRODUCED PREVIOUS VINTAGES 17 TROPHIES & 41 GOLD MEDALS


2x Kopparossa Coonawarra Reserve Shiraz 2014

PREVIOUS VINTAGE TRIPLE GOLD & MULTIPLE 95 POINT RATED MUSEUM COONAWARRA SHZ


1x Monolith Vintners Old Vine Barossa Valley Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2014

95 POINT RATED MUSEUM RELEASE OLD VINE MONOLITH BAROSSA GSM


2x Viking Grand Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018

SINGLE VINEYARD BAROSSA VALLEY SHIRAZ PREVIOUS VINTAGE RATED 95 POINTS


2x The Colonial Estate Explorateur Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018

OUR MOST POPULAR & BEST VALUE FOR MONEY BAROSSA VALLEY SHIRAZ


2x Limb Single Vineyard Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018

NEW VINTAGE SINGLE VINEYARD BAROSSA SHIRAZ PREVIOUS VINTAGE MULTI GOLD MEDAL WINNER

Specifications
Vintage: Various
Grape Variety: White
Alcohol Content: 0.00
Standard Drinks: 0.00
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