2017 Nietschke 'Jack' Barossa Valley Shiraz

2017 Nietschke 'Jack' Barossa Valley Shiraz

Johan Axlund

"Barossa in a glass. Rich, clean and complex. Under $25 is ridiculous."

Johan Axlund

Angus Hughson

"Barossan hammer in a velvet glove - great fruit power yet finishes with finesse"

Angus Hughson

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Johan Axlund

"Barossa in a glass. Rich, clean and complex. Under $25 is ridiculous."

Johan Axlund

Angus Hughson

"Barossan hammer in a velvet glove - great fruit power yet finishes with finesse"

Angus Hughson

$18.99 per bottle
Price Expires

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Sarah Linhart

"Classic Barossa at a great price."

Sarah Linhart


Felix Gentle

"Rich, ripe, and oh-so-drinkable. You'd never find a wine of this quality under $25. Oh wait..."

Felix Gentle

The Nietschke wines are made by the Kalleske family, tapping in to their extensive western Barossan vineyards to craft real Barossan reds.

Blended with a splash of Durif (aka Petite Sirah) to add complexity, this is a modern Shiraz with a twist. Loaded with rich dark fruit flavours and classy oak characters, this full-bodied Barossan will cellar gracefully.

Expert Reviews

It is filled with gorgeous black/blueberry and plum flavours together with seductive cedar, dark chocolate and spice notes. The palate is intensely expressed with excellent depth and richness, leading to a lingering sumptuous finish. At its best: now to 2025. Oct 2018. 93 points - Sam Kim - Wine Orbit

Blackberry crumble, elderberry pie, vanilla and baking spices. Full body, some nice juicy tannins and a chewy finish. Drink in 2020. Screw cap 91 points - Nick Stock - jamessuckling.com

Tech stuff

14.5
Barossa Valley
2017
Screw Cap
Cellar to 2023
750ml

Light

Full

How's it taste?

Blended with a splash of Durif (aka Petite Sirah) to add complexity, this is a modern Shiraz with a twist. Loaded with rich dark fruit flavours and classy oak characters, this full-bodied Barossan will cellar gracefully.

How was it made?

The grapes were harvested in numerous batches from mid March to late April. Following fermentation for 7 to 12 days on skins in open top fermenters with hand pump-overs twice daily, the grapes were pressed and the wine was aged in hogshead barrels for a year. Both seasoned and new American and French oak was used. The wine is bottled unfined and unfiltered.

Who made it?

See Kalleske

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