Why's this wine for you?

Bang a gong, we are on! Here’s your ticket to the main event and the title for the heavyweight wine champion of the country is up for grabs.

We’re headed to the heartland. South Australia. From the beaches of McLaren Vale, to the plains of Barossa, South Australia is a big red lover’s paradise. And we’ve gathered six of the heavy hitters to come out of the region in recent years. Like Shiraz? You’re gonna love this case…

They’re ripe, rich and roaring to go. Think you have the guts to take them head on? Well, let’s see who we’ve got in the Barossa corner…

There’s top wines from Hewitson and Kalleske working alongside Ponting’s Milestone 127 Shiraz. For team Mclaren Vale Ulithorne, Monterra and Aramis are putting up their own icons of intensity, concentration and richness.

There’s not a single wine in the mix that has scored under 92 points here. In fact all but two of them have 95 or over. You best believe these are the best of the best. Head over to the product page to read the full reviews and get the low-down.

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2019 Hewitson The Ancients Barossa Shiraz
In the glass, you can see deep ruby red with purple hues. On the nose you can pick up Intense raspberry and black fruits. Taste rich red and black fruits, integrated fruit, and barrrel tannins.
- 96 Points, Ray Jordan

Ulithorne Antiqua Shiraz 2018
Bold and full-bodied, vibrant aromas of savoury cherry, blackberry, and fine spices. Soft tannins and a subtle earthiness.
- 96 Points, Sam Kim - Wine Orbit

2019 Nietschke by Kalleske 'Jack' Shiraz
Nietschke 2019 Jack Shiraz is dark purple in colour. Aromatically it bursts forth with black cherry, lavender perfume, mixed spice, fruit cake, chocolate, and charming oak indicative of an inviting and engaging wine ahead. These enticing characters flow perfectly to the full-bodied palate. It is richly flavoured with a wealth of mixed dark fruits. Classy oak adds further interest and complexity whilst respecting the intense varietal concentration from the low-yielding vintage. There are notable but well-integrated natural tannins adding a layered structure and strong backbone. A very long finish completes a bountiful and balanced wine.

2019 Ponting Milestone 127 Shiraz
Impeccable balance and vibrancy in this wine, just flows so beautifully in the mouth. Complex flavours, floral notes, licorice, and bright red fruits are perfectly balanced by oak and tannin. Wonderful Barossa Shiraz.
- 96 Points, Johan Axlund - Wine Collective Tasting Panel

2019 Monterra Limited Release Shiraz
Medium-to full-bodied with mouth filling and generous with blackberry pie and sweet milkchocolate mid palate. Smells of cherries, blueberries and blackberry jam with a whaft of sweet spice. The integrated complex flavours, are rich and lingering.
- 95 Points, Wine Showcase Magazine

Aramis The Inseparables McLaren Vale Shiraz 2020
On the nose, it is resplendent with ripe plum, boysenberry, and blackcurrant flavours, complemented by subtle vanilla and aromatic spice notes, along with a gentle hint of red liquorice. Those fresh berry and plum notes dominate the front palate, which is bright, vibrant, and juicy. As the wine progresses to the mid-palate it starts to reveal complex spice and our classic earthy savoury notes, leading to a smooth finish with lingering tannins.
- 93 Points, Sarah Linhart - Wine Collective Tasting Panel

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