Here’s an Aussie Shiraz that’s got it all. It’s a juicy, small batch stunner from a boutique region that remains off the beaten track for most wine lovers in the UK. This Langhorne Creek gem offers velvety depths of smoky black fruit with elegance.
"This Shiraz tastes like a million dollars. Crammed full of balanced black fruit, it’s tasty stuff"
Dan Parrott Buyer for Australia
If you love the bold, fruit first character of Aussie Shiraz, and you’re looking to expand your horizons, try branching out to the boutique regions. McLaren Vale and Barossa are famous around the world for their seriously good Shiraz, but with popularity like that there’s always a price tag. The smarter thing to do is head a few miles down the road to Langhorne Creek, a region becoming known as Australia’s home of the small family winery. It’s also famous for the rich quality of its classic Shiraz, which were particularly luscious in 2017. Long, slow ripening resulted in the perfect mix of fruit flavour and freshness. From a highly acclaimed family winery, this Shiraz is packed with spicy blackberry fruit. Great with roasts and cheeses.
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