Stunning Summer Serve of Shiraz


Price as configured: $189.00

It’s tennis season in Australia. That means settling back with the A/C and a bottle of your favourite summery grape juice. We’re playing doubles with Tim Adams Bayes Block, Chateau Yaldara Reserve, Curtis Cavaliere, the Wednesday Night Wine Co. Barossa Shiraz, Hamilton’s 97 point Centurion and a debut from Debutante, from the Limestone Coast. These twelve bottles will save you $347, so switch on the tv and serve up a glass.

Price as configured: $189.00


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Six different versions of one of Australia’s favourite varieties. The Centurion from Richard Hamilton is dark and intensely fruit-driven made from 120+ year old McLaren Vale vines with elegant oak and tannin treatment, earning a huge 97 points from James Halliday. Curtis Cavaliere is one of our go-to Shiraz choices, with chocolate, coffee and rich, spiced fruit from McLaren Vale. A new one for us from Debutante, is their 2014 Shiraz. It’s bright, sweet and playful with anise, cherry and black olive. Textured and fleshy in the mouth and a great food match. The Wednesday Night Wine Co. from the Barossa Valley is a bunch of winemaking friends making good wine. What’s not to love? Truly Barossan, with a classic approach showing slurpy full fruit and oak glory. Chateau Yaldara’s Reserve Shiraz is rich and velvety. It’s big and bold and delicious, perfect for a chunky steak. Don’t miss your shot with this great Australian grape at $189 per dozen or you’ll be ditching racquets faster than you can say Bernard Tomic.


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