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The Revelation Baker’s Dozen

Stocks are severely limited on a couple of the wines so we’ve had to make this one a subscriber only offer. Leading the way is Kilikanoon’s $550 a bottle Revelation Shiraz. We’re comfortable that this is better than the 2018 Grange. There’s also Stonehouse’s Neldner Shiraz, a Grange alike rated 98pt by Sam Kim and Manser’s Block 4, twice recipient of a 97pt score. The list goes on. Rest assured we love each and every wine in this very special pack.
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    The Revelation Baker’s Dozen
    Wines In This Pack
    Clare Valley, SA
    97pts Sam Kim
    Just a few barrels were made of this incredible Shiraz made from the best parcels of fruit grown by Kilikanoon in 2016. Complex and refined, this wine offers blackberries, cherry, milk and dark chocolate, incredible quality French oak, effusive acidity and perfectly modulated tannins. It has massive fruit intensity AND will cellar for 20 years plus.
    McLaren Vale, SA
    97pts Sam Kim, 96pts Ken Gargett, 96pts Kim Brebach, 96pts Winestate Magazine, Gold - CWSA
    The Martins has maintained the exceptionally high standard it set with the 2018 vintage. Fruits are blacks and blues, with blueberries, blackberries, olive tapenade, cedar and vanilla populating a powerful and long palate. The tannins are polished, waxy and plentiful. The overall package, outstanding!
    Barossa Valley, SA
    96pts Sam Kim
    Even more concentrated than the 2018 vintage. A massive, deep and complex expression of the best bits of the Barossa Valley. Dark chocolate, liquorice, tobacco leaf, cedar, cassis, plums, cherries, spice and plenty of cedary oak and tannins. Incredible.
    Barossa Valley, SA
    96pts Sam Kim, 96pts Kim Brebach
    An explosive Barossa Shiraz from low yielding, old vineyards in Marananga and Stonewell, planted to the R6 and 1654 clones. There’s old vine fruit from Greenock, the vines so old that the clonal selection is unknown. Matured in a combination of new French and older American oak, this is a stunning Barossa Shiraz offering dense black fruits, blue fruits, blackberries, coffee, graphite, chocolate, minerals, liquorice, spice, blueberries, cedar and firm tannins. Stunning.
    McLaren Vale, SA
    Gold Medal, 96pts Winestate, 96pts Sam Kim, 96pts Kim Brebach, 95pts Ned Goodwin, 93pts James Halliday
    This is thrilling! It’s old-school but perfectly balanced. ‘Tis packed with uber ripe, suppurating black fruits, dark cherry, compote, notes of furniture polish and spice, black pepper, chocolate, tobacco, and leather. The richness is tamed with good acidity, providing a backbone for all that expressiveness to hang on to and in so doing, show to best effect. Stunning! Worth getting in touch with us for mate's rates on this one.
    Adelaide Hills, SA
    2 x Gold Medal, 97pts Sam Kim, 97pts Winestate, 96pts Kim Brebach, 95pts Wine Showcase Magazine, 95pts Real Review
    A favourite here at WD which we have stocked every vintage of to date. This release is both powerful and refined, with bright red and black fruits, cracked pepper and Turkish delight complexed by cinnamon, nutmeg and blackberry gel before finishing with a crescendo of fine tannins.
    Barossa Valley, SA
    98pts Sam Kim, 95pts Real Review
    Handpicked grapes from an 80-year-old contoured vineyard in Gomersal. Long slow fermentation including 10% whole bunches over 12 days before basket pressing into 30% new French and 70% older French oak. A spicy and brightly fruited nose leads to a palate with exceptional structure and richness. Red fruits, black fruits, coffee, dark chocolate, plum, star anise, and fine, powdery tannins to finish. Really beautifully balanced.


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