Nothing But Barossa Shiraz Mixed Six Pack

Nothing But Barossa Shiraz Mixed Six Pack Nothing But Barossa Shiraz Mixed Six Pack

Nothing But Barossa Shiraz Mixed Six Pack

RRP: $151.02 per case34% OFF

$99.00

(Case 6 x 750ml)
$16.50 per bottle
4 payments of $24.75 with More info
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RRP: $151.02 per case34% OFF

$99.00

(Case 6 x 750ml)
$16.50 per bottle
Cases
4 payments of $24.75 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

As you've probably already guessed this six-pack contains only one varietal from a great Australian region ... yep it's Barossa Shiraz. Filled with wines from top producers this pack is a standout. Valued over $130 this six-pack can be yours for only $99.

This case includes...

1 x Nietschke 'Jack' Shiraz 2017:  Blended with a splash of Durif (aka Petite Sirah) to add complexity, this is a modern Shiraz with a twist. Loaded with rich dark fruit flavours and classy oak characters, this full-bodied Barossan will cellar gracefully. 
93 Points - Sam Kim. 96 Points - The Wine Collective.

1x Thorn-Clarke Terra Barossa Shiraz 2016: According to James Halliday, the Thorn Clarke family are one of the largest independent land-owners in the Barossa. They grow grapes for famous names all over the region, but only keep a limited amount of fruit back for the Thorn Clarke label. This wine is a  round, mouthfilling Barossa Shiraz that is packed with appeal and has the medals and reviews to prove it.  
90 Points - Gary Walsh.

1x Rolf Binder MVV Barossa Valley Shiraz 2017:  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. 
94 Points - The Wine Collective.

1x Lawley Farm Barossa Shiraz Cabernet 2016:  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.

1x St John's Road Resurrection Shiraz 2017:  "The Resurrection Shiraz has a fine tannin structure and clean acid line which cuts through a good level of mid palate sweetness. Dark fruit of plum and mulberry, white pepper and hits of rhubarb round out to a long, smooth finish." James Lienert, Winemaker. 

1x Connor's Farm Barossa Shiraz 2017:  Deep purple in colour, this Barossa Shiraz exhibits bold aromas of dark fruits and Christmas pudding. On the palate, fresh blackberries cascade with dark chocolate. Silky tannins glide to a smooth finish. 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.

Tech stuff

How's it taste?

The formula here is simple. We've taken six $20-$30 RRP Barossa Shiraz from six of the most in-form Barossa winemakers around!

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