Barossa Bangers Mixed Six Pack
Barossa Bangers Mixed Six Pack
$99.00 (Case 6 x 750ml)$16.50 per bottle
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As the name suggests, this collection of absolute bangers is a homage to all things Barossan reds.
But this isn't any old Barossan Shiraz collection. Oh no. Instead, this case includes none other than the 96 point scoring megastar Barons of the Barossa Select Shiraz. It's worth $95/bottle alone!
The other five bottles in this case of Barossa Bangers are high flyers too, with fine wines from Alex Head, Rolf Binder and St Johns Road (amongst others).
That's an awful lot of luscious Shiraz for just $99...
. 1x 2015 Barons Of Barossa Barons Select Shiraz: An absolute monster. Welcome to big Barossan town, with this epic and super-concentrated Shiraz the epitomy of what a top tier Barossa red should taste like. Lavish, endlessly concentrated and so Barossan it hurts, this big red is just overflowing with flavour from every wine soaked pore. 97 Points - The Wine Collective. 96 Points - Sam Kim - Wine Orbit
1x 2017 Connor's Farm Barossa Shiraz: From veteran ex-Penfolds winemaker Mike Farmilo comes a juicy, berry fruited Barossa Shiraz that is just overflowing with berry fruit, overlaid with vanilla oak sweetness. It's such a classic Barossan red this, with flavour and power by the bucketload. All it needs is a slab of red meat and everyone is smiling! 94 Points - The Wine Collective.
1x 2017 Rolf Binder MVV Barossa Valley Shiraz: This is an utterly classic Barossa Shiraz. 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. Long length and impressive balance, this is a cracking drop from a famed Barossa winery. 94 Points - The Wine Collective.
1x 2017 Head Cellar Reserve Barossa Shiraz: From 5-star-rated Barossa winemaker Alex Head, this 2017 Head Cellar Reserve Shiraz is exactly what Barossa Shiraz is all about. The cool 2017 vintage has injected a little more spice into that classic plummy richness, making for a wine of both flavour and balance. 94 Points - The Wine Collective. 92 Points - Huon Hooke. 92 Points - Sam Kim - Wine Orbit. 90 Points - Gary Walsh - The Wine Front
1x 2017 St John's Road Resurrection Shiraz: Made using prime Barossa Valley fruit, this has a big heart of blackberry and mulberry chunkiness, all delivered with a palate that is sleek and smart. A clever, big but well made, modern Barossa red. 95 Points - The Wine Collective.
1x 2016 Lawley Farm Barossa Shiraz Cabernet: Shiraz Cabernet is an iconic Australian blend and this wine is an excellent example. Crafted exclusively by the Burge family, this wine displays lifted aromas of red and black fruit. The palate is one of richness and depth with good fruit concentration and structure. A fine Barossa blend that ticks all the boxes, quality, value and, most importantly, delicious to drink. 94 Points - Sam Kim - Wine Orbit. 93 Points - The Wine Collective.
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