Shiraz is Australia’s favourite variety, and its big, bold and full-bodied reds from regions such as the Barossa Valley have helped put Australia on the world wine map. Its spiritual home though is France’s Rhône Valley, where it is known as Syrah and produces wines typically lighter in body and alcohol. Sometimes Australian Shiraz is labelled as Syrah to indicate its specific style.
Fruity plum notes on the nose lead onto a lovely soft and vibrant palate
full of juicy red berry fruits, pepper notes and earthy complexity.
Item Code: ITM2241
A powerful yet subtle Shiraz. Pure flavours of plums, blackberries and cassis balanced by spice and earthy characters. Round, soft tannins add texture and length. A fine example of a Hunter Shiraz.
Item Code: ITM3686
Aromas of plum, blackberry and tobacco leaf combine with gentle waves of nougat and vanilla. The palate is full of ripe black fruit; boysenberry, mulberry and blackberry. There’s notes of pepper, cocoa and spice, which are held within a crisp framework of firm tannins and vibrant, lingering acidity.
Item Code: ITM4738
Fragrant aromas of red berries, savoury spice and hints of oak follow onto a palate rich in red fruit flavours, subtle oak and clean acidity. A wine of tremendous structure and length.
Item Code: ITM4777
“Deepish purple/red colour, youthful looking and bright. The aroma is subtle but fresh and bright, while the palate is again subtle and fresh, soft and approachable, with mild tannins and a good degree of elegance. The wine is deliciously fine, elegant and subtle, with medium-weight and fine-grained tannins. A classy medium-bodied shiraz.” Huon Hooke
Item Code: ITM1195