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 case
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$16.50 per bottle
4 payments of $24.75 with More info
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RRP: $151.02 per case
34% OFF
$16.50 per bottle
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4 payments of $24.75 with More info
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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...

1x 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 Clone Barossa Valley Shiraz 2017: Made from a single clone - hence the name - it's a beautifully plush and generous red that showcases what the region is all about. Aromas of black fruits, chocolate and spice. Palate: Textural palate of blackberry fruit and earthy spice with good acidity and fine tannins for structure. 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

Australia
Various
Screw Cap
750ml

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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Sam Taylor

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I’m very fortunate to try a huge amount of wine here at The Wine Collective. These are the top picks I’ve tried from crowd pleaser styles, outstanding value varietals to sheer excellence from top wineries around the world.

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