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  1. The Wanderer Syrah 2015

    95 Points, Campbell Mattinson, Wine Front, "Not to be confused with the Shiraz. This is new to The Wanderer’s range of wines; the make of this was just three hogheads, all old oak, 100% whole bunches. 100 doz." "It’s a killer wine. Deep but lively. Ripped with herb, stem, pepper and stalk notes but boasting fruit galore, plush and energetic. This is a wine to get people thinking, and talking. It marches confidently through the glass, its cool climate origins worn proudly on it sleeve. The influence of whole bunches is both obvious and overwhelmingly positive."

    $54.99 per bottle

    $626.89 per case of 12 bottles ($52.24 per bottle )

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  2. Sons Of Eden Romulus Shiraz 2015

    Raised by wolves, Romulus hales from the Barossa Valley with all its dark brooding lush black berries and moccha, vanilla chocolate power. Forcefully brutish but so very smooth indeed this one cries out for a big steak.   

    $63.99 per bottle

    $729.49 per case of 12 bottles ($60.79 per bottle )

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  3. Sons Of Eden Remus Shiraz 2015

    Mythical wolf kid Remus comes from the Eden Valley. This packs a punch. It's peppery, bright and fruitful with lashings of sweet red and dark berries, savoury tannins and ripping length.

    $63.99 per bottle

    $729.49 per case of 12 bottles ($60.79 per bottle )

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  4. The Standish Wine Company Schubert Theorem Shiraz 2015

    Created by ex Torbreck winemaker Dan Standish. 97 Points, Gary Walsh, Wine Front, “Selected from 6 distinctive parcels from the east facing slope of Roennfeldt Road in Marananga.” Interesting to taste these wines. They have plenty of tannin, well-settled acidity, not a great deal of oak, and a ‘natural’ kind of feel. That is, they’re about fruit (and therefore vineyard) expression, yet also come across with a deluxe/prestige feel. They could even relight the fire of many a lapsed Barossa drinker? Perfumed and floral, blueberry pie, raspberry, spice, grilled meat, subtle wild herb and liquorice. Full bodied, but not heavy, loaded with succulent red and black berries, distinct ‘mineral’ feel and flavour – pencilly even – fresh but unobtrusive acidity, and layers of thick graphite tannin to temper the bold fruit, closing with lush fruit, a slick of tannin, and alarming length. Strewth!

    $112.00 per bottle

    $1,276.80 per case of 12 bottles ($106.40 per bottle )

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  5. Spinifex Old Vine Single Vineyard Shiraz 2012

    From the distributor's web page, "This limited release is sourced from an ancient Shiraz vineyard located on the outskirts of Nuriootpa. Planted sometime between 1910 and 1920 and growing in deep sandy loam over clay, this vineyard has long been held to produce archetypal, powerful Barossa Shiraz. In his efforts to tame the beast, Pete Schell picked relatively early and fermented 30% as whole bunches. This has tempered this parcel's old vine power with fine savoury cut, whilst still allowing the vineyard to express itself. It may not be your typical Spinifex fare, but it's none the less outstanding. Packed with layered, plummy, mint-choc fruit, it's beginning to develop a savoury undertow of roasted meats, earthy spice and leathery hints. Old school, sticky tannins completes the picture. It is a big wine from a producer more known for lift and finesse, but it's nonetheless a beautiful Shiraz full of soul. Tech notes: All fruit was hand harvested and cooled overnight. Around 30% of bunches were retained; fermentation took place in small open stainless steel and wooden fermenters, with indigenous yeasts. Post ferment maceration lasted 14 days. The wine was raised on light lees in a selection of thick staved 600 litre demi muids, and some barriques (30% new) for 20 months; unfined, and bottled without filtration."

    $74.99 per bottle

    $854.89 per case of 12 bottles ($71.24 per bottle )

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  6. Bests Thompson Family Shiraz 2015

    97 points, Tyson Stelzer (Tyson Stelzer's Australian and New Zealand Wines of the Year 2017), “Henry Best’s original 15 rows of 1868 plantings yield just 300 cases of this deeply exotic shiraz, layered with black cherry and dark berry fruit and the exotic spice and supple tannins that can only come from grand, ancient vines. It propagates with exceptional persistence, at once full and complete and at the same time effortless and elegant. Profound.” 94+ points, Gary Walsh, The Wine Front, “Picked from fifteen rows of the original 1868 plantings. Boysenberry, raspberry, fresh picked blackberry, black pepper, mint, nougat, sandalwood and toasty oak. Medium bodied, nutty and spicy, has the tartness of just ripe blackberry, and a similar flavour, dusty and spicy tannin, hazelnut and chocolate, and something briary and more salty/savoury, almost earthy, rolling through on the long finish. Obviously very young. More to come.” The Thomson Centenary Shiraz was created in 1993, to celebrate the centenary of the Thomson family’s settling in the area of Great Western. A special single vineyard wine, it was made from the 15 rows of the original 1868 Shiraz vines, planted by Henry Best, and once referred to as ‘Hermitage’ in Henry’s daily journal. The Langton’s Classification for Thomson Family Shiraz is ‘Outstanding’: "The particularly rare Best's Thomson Family Shiraz is one of Victoria's greatest wines and represents a window to Australia's winemaking past. Like Henschke Hill of Grace and Penfolds Block 42 in the Barossa Valley, the Best's Concongella Vineyard 1860s plantings at Great Western belong to Australia's rich heritage of ancient genetic and pre-phylloxera vineyards. The fifteen rows of dry grown Shiraz vines, well over 145 years old, are the source material for the Thomson Family. It is a rich, generous wine with brilliant blackberry meaty fruit underpinned by cedar oak and gravelly tannins. The wine is open-fermented in small ‘tubs’ and then matured in a 50/50 combination of new and old oak for approximately 24 months". Ref: Langton’s.

    $199.99 per bottle

    $2,279.89 per case of 12 bottles ($189.99 per bottle )

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  7. Bests Bin 0 Shiraz 2015

    94 Points, Campbell Mattinson, Wine Front, "The wine did indeed reference nori seaweed. And it was indeed part of its unique, dare-I-say-it tantalising appeal. This is shiraz as a class act. Cherried, plummy, minty, flushed with acidity, mid-weight and yet ultimately complex. It’s velvety, it tastes of chicory, kirsch and peppercorn, it is influenced by sweet, cedary, toasty oak and it’s firm with fine-grained tannin. It is ultra-young and has an ultra-long future ahead."

    $76.99 per bottle

    $877.69 per case of 12 bottles ($73.14 per bottle )

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  8. Wild Duck Creek Estate Duck Muck Shiraz 2002 1500ml

    The renowned 2002 Shiraz Duck Muck, a late harvest cuvee with 16.5% alcohol, does not possess the Amarone-like, raisiny, pruny character one might expect from a Shiraz of this power. It boasts a dense purple color, a sumptuous perfume of black fruits, white flowers, and toasty oak, tremendous balance, full body, immense concentration, and abundant glycerin. Drink 2007 - 2022. 95/100. Robert Parker Jr.

    $540.00 per bottle

    $6,156.00 per case of 12 bottles ($513.00 per bottle )

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  9. Wild Duck Creek Estate Duck Muck Shiraz 2000 1500ml

    Readers looking for a winery that unleashes a hedonistic style should check out the 2000 Shiraz Duck Muck (200 cases). This is Shiraz at its ripest and headiest (16% alcohol). Lavishly wooded (100% high toast new oak is employed), it boasts an unevolved, sweet, layered, explosively full-bodied personality. This thrilling, hedonistic effort pushes Shiraz to the limit....... Extremely pure and concentrated. 95/100. Robert Parker Jr.

    $840.00 per bottle

    $9,576.00 per case of 12 bottles ($798.00 per bottle )

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  10. Henschke Hill Of Grace Shiraz 1989

    HENSCHKE HILL OF GRACE SHIRAZ 1989

    $500.00 per bottle

    $5,700.00 per case of 12 bottles ($475.00 per bottle )

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