Shiraz it Seems


Price as configured: $195.00

Yet another bargain of ‘solid as’ Shiraz from our tasting panel and a select cast of three exceptional winemakers – Mike Farmilo, Phil Lehmann and Mark Curtis. Hailing from the Barossa is Mike’s Colab and Bloom 2016 and Phil’s Hesketh Resurrection Single Vineyard, with Mark’s Curtis Cavaliere Shiraz representing McLaren Vale. Shiraz made as Shiraz lovers hanker for – big, bold and expressive.

Price as configured: $195.00


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Three stellar winemakers, three very solid Shiraz. There are legions of fans of the Curtis Cavaliere Shiraz amongst the family, and for good reason. The 2016 is a quintessential McLaren Vale Shiraz from 60 year old vines, showing bright black and blue fruit, chocolate and vanilla, with fine tannins and good palate length. Halliday bestowed 94 points on this vintage. The expert hands of Mike Farmilo produced the 2016 Colab and Bloom Barossa Shiraz - his winemaking pedigree includes twice winning the Jimmy Watson trophy and being the former maker of Penfolds Grange. This is a rich, full bodied Shiraz with dark fruit, chocolate and spice. Phil Lehmann’s Hesketh Resurrection Single Vineyard Shiraz 2017 immediately established its credentials on the Tasting Bench as a full bodied and powerful example of Barossa Shiraz. Expect dark fruit, plum, chocolate and liquorice.


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