2017 St Hallett Butchers Cart Shiraz

2017 St Hallett Butchers Cart Shiraz

Sabine Duval

"Cassis and elegance on the nose. Massive rich palate, incredible finish."

Sabine Duval

Johan Axlund

"Complex prefumed notes, violet and herbs. Crunchy acid, rich and bold."

Johan Axlund

RRP: $34.99 per bottle17% OFF

$28.99

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$29.99 per single bottle
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Sabine Duval

"Cassis and elegance on the nose. Massive rich palate, incredible finish."

Sabine Duval

Johan Axlund

"Complex prefumed notes, violet and herbs. Crunchy acid, rich and bold."

Johan Axlund

RRP: $34.99 per bottle17% OFF

$28.99

(buy 6 or more)

$29.99 per single bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $7.50 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

Created to celebrate St Hallett’s 70th birthday, Butcher’s Cart Shiraz is soft, full flavoured, juicy Barossa at its best.

There's this plumpness to St Hallett's wines that just can't be ignored. How do they do it? Plush, round, generous flavours and so much of it.

If you asked Siri what a plump Barossa red should taste like, she would direct you here.

Tech stuff

Shiraz
St Hallett
Barossa Valley
2017
750ml
14.5%
Cellar to 2026
Screw Cap

Light

Full

How's it taste?

Created to celebrate St Hallett’s 70th birthday, Butcher’s Cart Shiraz is soft, full flavoured, juicy Barossa at its best.

How was it made?

The Lindner family established St Hallett in 1944. at the turn of the twentieth century the family moved to the site where the winery now stands, planted vines and started a butchery. The Lindners would load a horse-drawn cart with a variety of carcasses daily and drive into the local townships. The town's folk would choose their cut of meat to be expertly carved in front of their eyes. The butcher's Cart Shiraz is inspired by the pioneering spirit of the early days of St Hallett. the lush dense Barossa parcels are lifted by the peppery spices of Eden Valley fruit. Enjoy this rich and bold Shiraz with a thick juicy scotch fillet, a buttery mash ans some token green beans.

Who made it?

Established in 1944, St Hallett wines have been producing Barossa Valley wines from a range of vineyard sites across the wine growing region. The winemaking team comprises of the equally passionate duo of Toby Barlow and senior winemaker Stuart Blackwell. St Hallett wines is located in Tanunda in the Barossa Valley of South Australia. The cellar door looks out over the Barossa Ranges and part of the vineyards selected for St Hallett winemaking. St Hallett uses up to 700 hectares of vines to produce the broad offering from the winemaking team. While old vine Shiraz is king, the range does flesh out with a white and red blend (Poacher’s and Gamekeepers), a Semillon and an Eden Valley Riesling. A Grenache Shiraz Touriga Nacional wine is also produced. The flagship wines are cellar worthy and show great complexity and intensity. The winery pursues a philosophy of ‘melding evolution and innovation’ seeking the best expressions of Barossa Valley fruit with an understanding of the climates and terroirs the vineyard sites occupy. Old vine, particularly Shiraz, production is revered with an emphasis on texture and integrity of flavour.