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Whilst the cricket might have been a bit unsettling of late, we’ve lined up some belters to knock you for six. Gold medal Shiraz from Berrigan, Colab and Bloom, Finniss River and Richard Hamilton, along with a Cabernet and smooth blend from The Hidden Sea. No daisy cutters here, just jaffers, and at only $15 a bottle, there's every chance we'll run out... so don't get caught behind... Howzat?

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Colab and Bloom Shiraz already has two golds and 93 points on the mantel. Made by Mike Farmilo (ex-Penfolds Grange winemaker), it’s rich, smooth and full-bodied Barossa Shiraz with chocolate, dark fruits, spice and fine tannins. Berrigan’s gold and trophy winning Shiraz is from the Limestone Coast in SA and is a medium bodied number with expressive fruit, violets, pepper and anise. It’ll cellar nicely for 10 or so years but it sure is drinking nicely right now. Finniss River Shiraz is black and fruitful showing plums, milk chocolate and a bit of oak spice. The Centurion from Richard Hamilton is no stranger to us here having seen a good number of previous vintages. Rich, elegant old vine Shiraz designed for long term cellaring. Halliday is yet to rate this one, but his average rating over the last 10 vintages is 96 points and this is as good we have seen. The Hidden Sea’s 94 point Cabernet is rich, tender and expressive – all in the same bottle. Plums, cherries, olive, leafy greenery, fruit sweetness and a generous finish are what you’ll find here. Also, from this clever Limestone Coast winery comes a blend of Cab, Shiraz, Sang and Petit Verdot, which is smooth and delicious. Silky blackcurrant berries, plums, vanilla and some cedar make for a very slurpy drop indeed. $15 per bottle for this lot, saving nearly $250...


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