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Sam Kim 95Review Score 94
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Barossa Valley

2021 Mystery Barossa Valley Shiraz Deal No. 67

$21.99
  • RRP $50.00
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The Collective Review

If there’s one Shiraz you need in your cellar, this 95-point stunner from a well-known Barossa producer is an absolute must-buy.

We often make the bold claim about finding wines we think you will love, but we genuinely cannot hold back our enthusiasm when we come across absolute bargains with a certain X-factor.

The Mystery Barossa Valley Shiraz 2021 is a wine that will have you standing proud in the cellar as you admire your handiwork, capturing an untold bargain seldom few have ever seen at (or anywhere) near this price. This is a legitimate bargain for the cellar.

This well-known family has grown grapes in the Barossa since 1952. Initial plantings grew to 134ha across eleven sites in the Barossa, so it was only a matter of time before they put their knowledge of fruit growing into making their wines. Within their arsenal of vineyards, are some of the oldest and most prestigious vines still growing in the Valley. The results are stunning.

The previous vintage of this wine scored a massive ‘Best of Show’ trophy at a major European wine event. Additionally, the flagship Shiraz from this estate famously captured a first by earning 99 points from James Halliday three years in a row. You'll know the name. You'll recognise the label. And you've probably even got a bottle of this stored away somewhere in your own cellar.

This Mystery Barossa Shiraz has it all: luscious single-vineyard fruit, drenched in the darkest of berries and mocha, top marks from the critics and a price you won't believe.

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Instantly appealing with blackberry, vanillin oak, clove, game and cocoa aromas, it's plump and opulent in the mouth with plush texture backed by loads of silky tannins, finishing robust and sturdy with seductive complexity. At its best: now to 2036. Read more
Critic Reviews
Expert Review
95 POINTS
Sam Kim - Wine Orbit

Instantly appealing with blackberry, vanillin oak, clove, game and cocoa aromas, it's plump and opulent in the mouth with plush texture backed by loads of silky tannins, finishing robust and sturdy with seductive complexity. At its best: now to 2036.

Expert Review
94 POINTS
Ray Jordan - Winepilot.com

Starts with an engaging aroma of blackberry, dark chocolate and all spice. The sumptuous palate is bright and vibrant with tremendous juicy ripe fruits on display. The slightly chewy chalky tannins sit perfectly while the mix of oaks has been precisely chosen. Excellent wine.

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Technical Attributes
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Tasting Notes

Deep ruby, purple in colour. Aromatically the wine quickly shows intense but bright dark berry fruit notes with a hint of inviting creaminess and spice around the edges. On the palate a smooth mouth-filling attack of layered blood plums, blackcurrant and dark chocolate notes so often seen in this wine across vintages appears where it is surrounded by a fine tannin frame.

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Winemakers Note

Sourced from a single-vineyard, known as Angas Brae in the Barossa Valley. Planted nearly 30 years ago, the vines are starting to entire the prime of their life, producing dense, opulent fruit that is rich in dark berries, with silky tannins and the classic smooth and velvety Barossa finish.

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