Why's this wine for you?

Dust off the deepest corner in the cellar, because you could be finding yourself finding a new home for St Hallett's single-vineyard 1919 Shiraz. Valued at $450/btl, and with a near-flawless score of 99pts from James Halliday, this is your chance to experience the finest in iconic, peerless Australian wine.

1 in 20 cases packed of the Iconic Barossa Masterclass will win a single bottle of St Hallett's Planted 1919 Shiraz (valued at $450 each). Only 360 bottles have been released in Australia, and all of them come with a timbre presentation case. If you can imagine St Hallett’s answer to Henschke Hill of Grace then you can understand the quality here.

Sometimes it’s the ‘classics’ where the olden time Barossa shines. Take Grant Burge & St Hallett. Two grand marques, proud of their heritage, family and long tradition of reviving some of the region's most cherished old-vine plots.

Put your hand up if your passion for wine began with a bottle of St Hallett or Grange Burge? Plenty of ours did, and I can imagine there’s a lot of you right now thinking back to your first time with Blackwell, Old Block, Filsell or Shadrach. Salubrious, dense, ink-drenched Barossa with a density of flavour that wallops the synapses of your memory bank.

When the cellar beckons for some new blood, to sit alongside the great Barossa names of old, then look no further than this impeccable Masterclass 6pk. Featuring one of the best Cabernets made in the Barossa (Shadrach), a timeless new wave Eden Valley Syrah from St Hallet (Higher Earth), and the ever reliable Filsell & Holy Trinity. Remind yourself again what made these names so special.

It’s the Barossa as it should be. Tried. Tested. Classic.

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The Brief
This case contains one each of the following:

Grant Burge Filsell Shiraz 2018
Chocolate and coffee bean with hints of cinnamon, vanilla & blackberry. A silky smooth palate full of pure fruit sweetness. 
 - 94 Points, David Sly - Decanter

Grant Burge Shadrach Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
Red colour with great depth. Aromas of blackcurrant & blackberries, mint with hints of vanilla, and dried autumn leaf. A full-bodied wine with cigar box flavours and powerful red berry fruit characters

Grant Burge Corryton Estate Cabernet Merlot 2012
The 2012 Corryton Estate Cabernet Merlot has a lively aroma of blackberry, hot chocolate, coffee bean, mocha, vanilla & earth. While the wine is ready to drink, it has cellaring potential of 10-15+ years.
- 96 Points, Antoine Huray - TWC Tasting Panel

Grant Burge Holy Trinity GSM 2018
This is Grenache in serious mode, showing complexity and gravitas while also exhibiting lovely freshness and vitality. 
- 95 Points, David Sly - Decanter

St Hallett Butcher's Cart Shiraz 2018
Bouquet Lush dark berry fruits lift the nose with hints of sweet spice and smoky vanillin oak. Palate Soft, velvety tannins frame a rich core of dark blackberry fruit, a hint of nutmeg spice and mocha on the long mineral finish. 
- 94 Points, Tyson Stelzer - Halliday's Wine Companion

St Hallett Higher Earth 2018
St Hallett's blending wizardry forge an exquisite take on this great vintage. At once concentrated and vibrant, spice-laden and enduring. Impeccably constructed tannins draw out a finish of pinpoint detail and lingering persistence.
- 96 Points, Tyson Stelzer - Halliday's Wine Companion

*A quick note - products in image may vary. But never fear, the case content descriptions are correct.
Critic Reviews
Expert Review
Expert Review
99 Points
James Halliday - Halliday's Wine Companion
(2015 St Hallett Planted 1919 Shiraz)The bouquet is fragrant and expressive. Spicy/savoury aromas run along and through the exquisitely silky palate, with its base ofcedar and purple and blue fruits encased in a diaphanous web of polished tannins and oak. The magic of this wine lies in its perfection that suspends time, making it gorgeous to drink now or in decades to come.
Expert Review
Expert Review
98 Points
David Sly - Decanter
(2015 St Hallett Planted 1919 Shiraz)Surprising, delightful restraint and finesse in a new flagship Barossa Shiraz from St Hallett, focusing on the subtle nuance of svelte Eden Valley fruit. It’s a lively dance of soft perfume and an intriguing textural pull and push, proudly showing skinny blue fruit pucker with the squeeze of old-vine intensity. It’s a curious, beguiling wine that evolves in the glass. Released at AU$450 a bottle.
Expert Review
Expert Review
97 Points
Nick Stock - jamessuckling.com
(2015 St Hallett Planted 1919 Shiraz)This is a single parcel from Springton ,up in the Eden Valley, and is the first St Hallett release into the luxury red wine space (RRP AUD$450). The nose has aromas of coal smoke, violet, wet stones, blueberries, pepper and dry woody spices. Licorice and sarsaparilla. The palate has striking intensity and depth with a very intense yet fresh feel to the palate. Sleek, long, glossy and melted tannins. Delicious. Focused. Beautifully refreshing acidity. A distinctive and impressive new release from St Hallett.
Expert Review
Expert Review
96 Points
Andrew Caillard MW
(2018 Grant Burge Filsell Shiraz)Deep crimson. Intense blackberry roasted chestnut paneforte aromas with dark chocolate notes. Richly flavoured and supple with fresh dense blackberry mulberry fruits, fine plentiful chalky tannins, lovely mid-palate volume and underlying roasted chestnut oak/ paneforte/ fig complexity. Finishes chocolatey firm. A classic Barossa Shiraz with rich fruit, oak and acidity neatly balanced.
Expert Review
Expert Review
96 Points
Tyson Stelzer - Halliday's Wine Companion
(2018 St Hallett Higher Earth Syrah) Average 25yo vines from across Eden Valley; matured in seasoned French oak barrels. St Hallett's deep reach into the great sites of the Eden Valley and its blending wizardry forge an exquisite take on this great vintage. At once concentrated and vibrant, spice-laden and enduring. Impeccably constructed tannins draw out a finish of pinpoint detail and lingering persistence.
Expert Review
Expert Review
95 Points
Decanter
(2018 Grant Burge The Holy Trinity GSM)This is Grenache in serious mode, showing complexity and gravitas while also exhibiting lovely freshness and vitality. There’s generous red-fruited sweetness on entry, but then leathery tannins pull the reins in tight to stop the flavour profile from becoming too fleshy or plush. As a concluding note, Mourvèdre adds a lick of tarry boot polish, reinforcing that this is more complex and thoughtful than it initially appears.
Expert Review
Expert Review
95 Points
Mike Bennie - The Wine Front
(2018 St Hallett Higher Earth Syrah) Beautiful perfume all rich in sweet fruit, spice, floral things, incense and pot pourri suggestions too. Supple and silky in texture, juiciness inherent, a sweetness and ripeness to fruit but with good acidity holding freshness and a light dusting of spice for character, the finish a little gentle chomp of tannin and coolness. Feels like pedigree. A thoroughbred wine. It’s very good.
Expert Review
Expert Review
94 Points
David Sly - Decanter
(2018 Grant Burge Filsell Shiraz)Chocolate and coffee bean with hints of cinnamon, vanilla & blackberry. A silky smooth palate full of pure fruit sweetness. A hint of popcorn kernel on the back palate driven by the French and American oak combination. Ripe and firm tannins that are destined to evolve this wine into an absolute classic.
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