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  1. Torbreck RunRig Shiraz MAGNUM 1.5lt 2009

    Torbreck RunRig Shiraz MAGNUM 1.5lt 2009

    Barossa Valley, SA
    $499.99

    2009 vintage was a hot year in the Barossa and this example of RunRig is amazingly intense. Purple inky colour this wine is extremely concentrated and shows Barossa Shiraz in all its glory. Exhibiting black fruits, olives and liquorice smothered in dark chocolate, this is balanced by an amazing elegance and grainy tannins. Make sure you have a decanter on hand or just wait a bit longer for this wine to reach its peak. Learn More
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    Penfolds St Henri Shiraz 2013

    South Australia
    $99.99

    This is an understated St Henri in a way! Reminiscent of 2010, 1998 and 1976 St Henri's - elegant and less "Penfoldsesque" with brooding complexity. .Like many of the vintage 2013 releases, time in the bottle is advised and this St Henri is no exception here. Learn More
  3. Penfolds Bin 95 Grange Shiraz 2012 | wine.com.au

    Penfolds Bin 95 Grange Shiraz 2012

    $759.99

    Penfolds Grange is offically a South Australian Heritage Icon and the world's most recognised Australian wine. Awarded 100 Points from Master of Wine, Andrew Caillard, this 2012 vintage is unmistakably "Grange".

    Deep and imposing with complex savoury aromatics and nutty mocha. The palate is refined and structured, leading with meaty olive and liquorice characters followed by an abundance of red fruits and vanilla with dusty soft tannins. The pick of the 2016 Penfolds Release wines!

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  4. Penfolds Bin 95 Grange Shiraz 2012 Gift Boxed | wine.com.au

    Penfolds Bin 95 Grange Shiraz 2012 Gift Boxed

    South Australia
    $759.99

    Sometimes tasting notes such as these are difficult to articulate. Not this time. Channelling the 2010 Grange - an unfolding kaleidoscopic vinous mosaic of charm, allure, character and cerebral reward. Complete. Stylistically, most closely aligned to the 1963 Grange and yet stridently extolling its own personality. Can't quite remember when or where... and probably not about a wine, but recently scribed: Luxury that treads lightly! Learn More
  5. Penfolds RWT Barossa Valley Shiraz 2014 | wine.com.au

    Penfolds RWT Shiraz 2014

    Barossa Valley, SA
    $169.99

    This release from Penfolds now has a Bin number 798 which comes from the telephone of all places. 2014 was another challenging vinateg with low yeilds and as a result this wine is sophistiacted, elegant and does not appear to have that "Penfolds oak/fruit stamp". You would definitley say it is more Syrah than Barossa Shiraz! Learn More
  6. Penfolds Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz 2014 | wine.com.au

    Penfolds Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz 2014

    Coonawarra, SA
    $35.99

    Coonawarra has an army of ardent fans and while Cabernet remains the signature varietal of the Limestone Coast, this Shiraz is testament to the remarkable breadth and quality of different styles to come from the region. The vines are perched in the iconic ‘terra rossa’ soils of cool-climate Coonawarra (which have been the basis of the Bin 128 since the inauguration of the wine in 1962) and Australia’s most beloved wine producer, Penfolds, have made no mistake in translating the provenance of the fruit to a vibrant and charming wine. A little bit spicy, with aromas of floral cassis, dark berries, plums and violets, it is medium-to-full-bodied and velvety smooth in the mouth, anchored by mocha, chalky tannins and delightful minerality. Further enhancing regional qualities the wine has spent 12 months in a mix of new (20%) and aged (80%) French hogsheads, a method Penfolds refined in the 1980s when they switched from American to French oak. Learn More
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    Penfolds St Henri Shiraz 2004

    South Australia
    $129.99

    Penfolds St Henri Shiraz is one of the most collected wines in Australia, and it is also a wine that will be forever etched into Australian wine folklore. The 2004 vintage of St Henri is sensational, full of layered dark, brooding fruits, liquorice and mocha notes. The palate is elegant but juicy, with ripe tannins that will help this wine age for a further 20 plus years. Learn More
  8. Yalumba The Octavius Old Vine Shiraz 1996

    Yalumba The Octavius Old Vine Shiraz 1996

    Barossa Valley, SA
    $119.99

    Big, rich and intense. The 1996 vintage of Yalumba Octavius Shiraz is not for the faint of heart. This wine oozes ripe, sweet fruits with oaked spices of vanilla, cedar, and praline. 20 years of age has certainly helped this wine open up, and the tannins have softened, but this wine is still immense. It is a wonderful drink now but can still provide further enjoyment in the cellar. Learn More

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