Six remarkable premium Barossa wines showcasing different styles of Barossa Shiraz and Shiraz Blends. We have a cooler climate Shiraz from Eden Valley to the east of the main Barossa Valley, a Shiraz from the north eastern region, a Shiraz and a Shiraz Cabernet from the Valley floor, a Shiraz from the western slopes and a grenache/shiraz/mataro from the western ridge. Each reflects different soil types from their sub regions as well as different ripening profiles. All of the wines are distinctive premium Barossa Valley wines that I am sure you will be impressed by.
Gomersal Wines 2008 Grenache Shiraz Mataro - James Halliday 90 points. This wine has sold out at the winery but I have a few left.
Gumpara Wines 2012 Mader Reserve Shiraz - Winestate Magazine (New Release tasting results) “Five Stars “ Equal Top in category Nominated for wine of the year finals
Kaesler 2010 WOMS Shiraz Cabernet - "Weapons of Mass Seduction", previous vintages rated 94,94,94,91 by James Halliday. This is an outstanding wine.
Rolf Binder Wines 2010 Hanisch Shiraz - James Halliday 94 points, winner of the WA 2014 Sommelier "Not the Grange" Competition. This wine is the pick of the selection.
Magpie Estate 2010 The Election Shiraz - James Halliday 94 points, made by Rolf Binder.
Sorby Adams 2008 "The Thing" Eden Valley Shiraz - not tested by James Halliday this vintage but previous vintages 93-95 points with fruit sourced from the vines that previously went into Yalumba's "The Octavius" and Chris Ringland's "3 Rivers" that Robert Parker rated 100.