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Shiraz lovers, we've got your back. Four stunning examples to get your taste buds tickled. We reckon they’re pretty decent too. Martins Vineyard's (retailing for $150/btl) which oozes both new and old world class, Curtis' Heritage "better-than-quaffer", Monterra's awesome and slightly more savoury 96pt, triple Gold winning stunner and Pertaringa's "how-can-we-fit-any-more-bling-on-this-bottle" Undercover from Geoff Hardy make up this ripping quartet. Don't care for Cab? No mind for Merlot? Wouldn't touch a Temp? No go for Grenache. Have no passion for Pinot? This pack is you all over.

Price as configured: $195.00


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Compare and contrast these top notch Shiraz or just clink some glasses and enjoy. Martins Vineyard is all class, cleverly combining old and new winemaking trends. From low yielding old vines, this Shiraz features black and blue berries, vanilla texture and spice. It feels young and vibrant, but still has all your favourite ballsy Shiraz goodness. Monterra, made by Mike Farmilo (ex-Grange) has plenty of red and blue fruits, luscious texture and spice - plush and generous, with good length and ideal with a medium steak. Pertaringa Undercover Shiraz screams delicate ripe blackberry fruit, with a gentle nudge of oak too - it’s excellent stuff and is exemplary McLaren Vale Shiraz. Curtis? Well they make stuff we can rely on. Their Heritage Shiraz is just that, showing plenty of plums, back of palate spice and a bit of cedary oak. Here’s an ideal ‘dress to impress’ dozen that’ll have you coming back for seconds.


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