2017 Rolf Binder MVV Barossa Valley Shiraz

2017 Rolf Binder MVV Barossa Valley Shiraz

Felix Gentle

"Beautiful, rich Barossa style. Plenty of fruit and plenty of oak."

Felix Gentle

Sam Taylor

"Big, vanillin oak. Rich, juicy Barossa Shiraz."

Sam Taylor

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Felix Gentle

"Beautiful, rich Barossa style. Plenty of fruit and plenty of oak."

Felix Gentle

Sam Taylor

"Big, vanillin oak. Rich, juicy Barossa Shiraz."

Sam Taylor

RRP: $25.00 per bottle
36% OFF
$16.99 per single bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $4.25 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*
Sabine Duval

"A big, oaky Barossa Valley Style."

Sabine Duval


Sarah Linhart

"Syrupy black fruits, raisin and oaky."

Sarah Linhart

This is an utterly classic Barossa Shiraz.

We've loved the last few vintages of MVV, and this 2017 is even more fragrant and polished (thanks to the cool vintage).

A blend of two very select parcels of fruit from Marananga and Vine Vale (hence the MVV), it's a generous Barossa red with great flavour and character.

Tech stuff

14.0
Barossa Valley
2017
Screw Cap
Cellar to 2022
750ml

Light

Full

How's it taste?

Liquorice and blueberry entice the nose, with bright flavours of red berries, blackcurrants and chocolate. The velvety tannins and subtle oak soften the palate and give a long finish. Ripe tannins and a complex acidity lend to the overall perception of a smooth, approachable red wine, with a nice persistence of flavour, lingering well on the palate.

How was it made?

The Barossa Valley is home to some of the world's oldest Shiraz vineyards. These wines have sustained harsh Australian conditions, with their deep roots enabling the diversity of the subsoil to intensify the fruit. 

Using such grapes from the Binder Family Estates in the sub-regions of Marananga and Vine Vale, Rolf Binder has created a focused example of Barossa Shiraz that displays elegance with a persistence of flavour.

Who made it?

Second generation Barossa winemaker Rolf Binder, who is famous for crafting seriously luscious red, classic Barossan red wines. It seems Rolf's popularity is widespread with his fans including none other than Robert Parker, who describes Rolf's wines as 'never excessively oaked (and) possess(ing) extraordinary ripe, concentrated fruit'.

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