Australia

Australia


Gone are the days of those artificial Chardonnays and Shirazs, Australia has really grown up as a wine country and has discovered its sense of regionality (don’t say ‘terroir’). The buzz words at the moment are ‘cool climate’ as areas like Tasmania, Yarra Valley etc are being planted to Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling. But among the classic regions of Barossa Valley, Coonawarra and McLaren Vale and many others, there are still some discoveries to be made, with young, maverick winemakers shunning the old system of selling grapes, and getting their fingers purple by making their own fabulous and expressive wines

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  1. Woodbrook 2016 Shiraz
    Black pepper spicy, just a kiss of oak showing a little vanilla. The palate continues with hints of clove and violets.... Learn More
  2. Peter Lehmann 2015 'Hills & Valleys' Barossa Valley Shiraz
    Peter Lehmann is the master of the Barossa and this is an inky, concentrated style of Shiraz, deep in cassis and... Learn More
  3. Tahbilk 2014 Shiraz
    Tahbilk's reds have one foot in the old world and one foot in the new. There is a focus of bright fruit, but the... Learn More
  4. St Hallett 2017 'Faith' Shiraz
    Faith is quite an elegant style of Shiraz, never a bruiser, just great dark fruit, polished tannins and inky palate of... Learn More
  5. Dowie Doole Moxie Sparkling Shiraz
    Sparkling Shiraz is, most of the time, a fun drink which you don't have to think about. However, Dowie Doole's version... Learn More
  6. Clonakilla 2017 Hilltops Shiraz
    Clonakilla is undoubtedly one of Australia's greatest producers of cool climate Shiraz. Hilltops is sourced from... Learn More
  7. Petaluma 2015 'B&V Vineyard' Adelaide Hills Shiraz
    This is a single vineyard near Mt Barker in the cool Adelaide Hills where you can find a fresh expression of Shiraz,... Learn More
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