Barossa Valley

Barossa Valley is a renowned wine region located in South Australia, known for producing exceptional Shiraz, Grenache, and Cabernet Sauvignon wines. The region's warm climate and unique soil conditions provide ideal growing conditions for these grape varieties.


One of the most famous vineyards in Barossa Valley is the Penfolds Winery, known for its iconic red wines, including Grange Shiraz and Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz. The estate is committed to sustainable farming practices and is known for its focus on traditional winemaking techniques.


Another well-known vineyard in Barossa Valley is the Henschke Estate, which has been producing wines in the region since 1868. The estate produces a range of high-quality wines, including Hill of Grace Shiraz and Mount Edelstone Shiraz, and is known for its commitment to sustainable farming practices.


The Yalumba Winery is another famous vineyard in Barossa Valley, which has been producing wines in the region since 1849. The estate produces a range of high-quality wines, including The Signature Cabernet Shiraz blend and The Virgilius Viognier, and is committed to sustainable farming practices.


In addition to these famous vineyards, Barossa Valley is home to many other wineries that produce exceptional wines. The region is particularly known for its Shiraz wines, which are characterized by their full-bodied, ripe fruit flavors, and robust tannins.



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South Australia 1 93 (VN)
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Vinous (93)

(from vines reportedly between 85 and 115 years of age) Inky ruby. Spicy blackberry, cherry and dark chocolate on the nose, with complicating notes of espresso and dried violet. Cool and restrained, with a suave, silky tone to the dark fruit flavors and gentle acids bringing freshness and energy. Nothing overdone here. There's impressive clarity and length to the blackberry and blackcurrant flavors. Really gorgeous.
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South Australia 1 97 (HWC)
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£285.64
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Halliday Wine Companion (97)

From the estate's highest vineyard block situated on the eastern ridge of the Barossa foothills, and is a quite lovely example of shiraz grown in a temperate climate. It's medium-bodied, the bouquet full of spice, red fruits, rose petals and cherry blossom characters all translating straight to the long, supple palate. Tannins and oak are part of the backdrop, simply providing the finish of the wine.
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South Australia 1 -
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£1,886.69
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South Australia 2 89+ (WA)
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£436.87
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Wine Advocate (89+)

Merlot has taken a beating in the world marketplace, but there is no question there are some good ones, and the 2005 Merlot John Zilm may turn out to be an outstanding example with another year or so of bottle age. Aged 16 months in 100% new French oak, it exhibits a deep ruby/purple color, good uplift, excellent definition, hints of sweet blackberries, plums, red currants, mocha, and coffee beans, a lovely texture, fine purity, and serious concentration. This delicious Merlot can be enjoyed over the next 7-10 years.
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South Australia 3 89+ (WA)
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£291.23
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Wine Advocate (89+)

Merlot has taken a beating in the world marketplace, but there is no question there are some good ones, and the 2005 Merlot John Zilm may turn out to be an outstanding example with another year or so of bottle age. Aged 16 months in 100% new French oak, it exhibits a deep ruby/purple color, good uplift, excellent definition, hints of sweet blackberries, plums, red currants, mocha, and coffee beans, a lovely texture, fine purity, and serious concentration. This delicious Merlot can be enjoyed over the next 7-10 years.
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South Australia 2 97 (WS)
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£505.24
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Wine Spectator (97)

Big and powerful, brimming with tarry, spicy black cherry, dark plum, blackberry and chocolate flavors. Rich and gooey like a warm flourless chocolate cake, yet it finds a plush balance that keeps it from veering off into heaviness. This has grace, harmony and refinement, without losing an ounce of power. Drink now through 2025. 600 cases imported. -HS
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South Australia 1 93 (HWC)
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£203.09
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Halliday Wine Companion (93)

Deep colour; as befits the very complex blend, powerful and complex, yet retains suppleness through the array of red and blackcurrant fruit. Barossa Valley (48%)/Adelaide Hills (42%)/Coonawarra (10%).
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South Australia 1 98 (WA)
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£675.46
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Wine Advocate (98)

Still looking fresh and complete, Glaetzer's 2004 Amon Ra Shiraz is full-bodied, rich and dark-fruited, with black cherry and plum fruit forming the base, while grace notes of baking spices, mocha and cedar play about the edges. Creamy and velvety in texture, with a long finish, it remains at its peak and should continue to drink well for another decade or more.
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South Australia 3 97+ (WA)
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£449.09
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Wine Advocate (97+)

Very deep purple-black in color, the 2012 Amon Ra reveals intense notes of blackcurrant cordial, blackberry compote and licorice with nuances of cloves, allspice, chocolate box and salami as well as a whiff of espresso. The 100% Shiraz palate offers a beast of a wine that is densely packed with black fruit and baking spice flavors and is supported with firm, grainy tannins and crisp acid through to a finish with excellent persistence. Drink it 2015 to 2025+.
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South Australia 2 96 (WA)
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£425.86
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Wine Advocate (96)

Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2013 Amon Ra has youthfully toned-down notes of blackcurrants, blackberry preserves, plums and cracked pepper with nuances of licorice, dark chocolate, cedar and black earth. The palate has wonderful balance and elegance for its commendable concentration and fullness, with tons of muscular fruit and spice layers framed by grainy tannins and just enough freshness, finishing with great persistence.
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South Australia 2 96+ (WA)
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£419.09
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Wine Advocate (96+)

Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2014 Amon-Ra Shiraz has a youthfully mute nose, offering glimpses at the blackberry, blackcurrant and licorice core, plus suggestions of dark chocolate, cigar boxes, fertile earth and baking spices. The full-bodied palate delivers concentrated, muscular blackberry and earth flavors with plenty of freshness and a beautiful backbone of finely grained tannins, finishing with commendable persistence and layers. This is a great contender for wine of the vintage!
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South Australia 1 98 (WA)
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£437.09
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Wine Advocate (98)

Certainly one of the best vintages of young Amon Ra I've ever tasted, the 2018 Amon Ra Shiraz is a stupendous effort. From old vines in the Ebenezer section of the northern Barossa, it starts off with a whirlwind of mocha, blackberry and dried spices, then actually gets more red-fruited as it sits in the glass. Full-bodied, rich and concentrated without being jammy or overdone, the wine finishes long and savory, framed by dusty tannins and mouthwatering black olives. Winemaker Ben Glaetzer compares 2018 to 2004 (which continues to drink well). Expect the 2018 to drink well young, but easily age through 2035, perhaps longer.
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South Australia 2 96+ (WA)
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£417.46
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Wine Advocate (96+)

The 2019 Amon Ra Shiraz is 100% Shiraz and 100% from the 2019 vintage, as Ben Glaetzer felt it—unlike many previous vintages—didn't need to be freshened with a small proportion of younger wine. From old vines in the Ebenezer district of the northern Barossa Valley, it offers classic notes of blackberries and spice, framed by hints of cedar and vanilla (it's aged in 100% new oak hogsheads, mostly French). It's full-bodied yet crisp, supple but tight and really long. Offering lovely dark fruit, hints of espresso and black olive, it finishes mouthwatering and firm. Give it some time in the cellar and drink it from 2025 – 2040.
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South Australia 3 97 (WA)
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£381.64
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Wine Advocate (97)

I've looked at this wine many times over the years, almost exclusively as an older/cellared wine. The impact it has made is strong, and so it is through this lens that I now view this 2020 Amon Ra Shiraz. This year's Amon-Ra is concentrated, dense and absolutely, utterly saturated with flavor. The fruit that spirals within the bounds of the firm tannins is fleshy and pure, and with the knowledge that the wine sails through the decade with noiseless grace, it is all the more impressive in its infancy now. A brilliant wine—all ductile and proud. Yes.
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South Australia 1 93 (VN)
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£281.09
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Vinous (93)

Deep, shimmering ruby. Aromas of ripe blackberry, blueberry, cherry-cola and espresso, along with building floral, spice and cola notes. Offers concentrated, spice-tinged dark fruit preserve and violet pastille flavors that show impressive energy for their heft. Round, well-judged tannins add shape to a very long, smoky finish that repeats the blue fruit and floral notes.
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South Australia 1 97 (WA)
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£439.24
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Wine Advocate (97)

For the 2018 Anaperenna Shiraz-Cabernet Sauvignon, Glaetzer blended in 18% Cabernet Sauvignon to give the wine increased fragrance and length. The nose is smoky, slightly herbal and marked by sweet cedar- and vanilla-tinged oak, but it also offers great cassis and blackberry fruit. Full-bodied, rich and concentrated, the flavors are kept nicely in check by fine-grained tannins. This wine has it all: terrific intensity, complexity, length and texture.
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South Australia 1 91-93 (WA)
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£290.44
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Wine Advocate (91-93)

Readers should think of it as a French Vacqueyras on steroids. From 60-year-old vines in the Ebenezer district of Barossa, the 2005 Shiraz Bishop sees mostly French oak. It reveals a dense ruby/purple hue, beautiful, attractive notes of pepper, spice box, blackberries, and currants, and amazing richness as well as surprising elegance and definition. It can be consumed over the next 10-15 years.
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South Australia 1 -
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£247.20
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Immerse yourself in the splendid luxury of the Greenock Creek Roennfeldt Road Cabernet Sauvignon 1997. Hailing from Australia's renowned Barossa Valley region, this fine wine is a timeless spectacle of indulgent depth and complexity. Greenock Creek Wines, with their profound respect for traditional wine-making techniques, meticulously hand-prune and hand-harvest their grapes. The 1997 vintage delivers an intoxicatingly rich concentration of signature Cabernet Sauvignon aromas: cassis, dark cherries, earthy undertones, and a touch of vanilla spice. Maturation in high-quality American oak barrels seamlessly integrates these potent flavours, culminating in a well-rounded palate experience. Complementing its exquisite taste, the Greenock Creek Roennfeldt Road Cabernet Sauvignon 1997 showcases an ephemeral scarlet hue, rightfully earning its revered status among wine connoisseurs. This distinguished vintage, limited in supply due to its superior quality, represents the epitome of Greenock Creek's pursuit of excellence, encapsulating the essence of Barossa Valley's supreme terroir.

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South Australia 2 -
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£728.69
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The Greenock Creek Roennfeldt Road Shiraz 2011 is an exquisite embodiment of Australian viticulture, handcrafted in the renowned Barossa Valley, South Australia. Produced by Greenock Creek, a family-owned winery noted for its artisanal approach, this Shiraz promises an unparalleled tasting experience. The 2011 vintage is a triumphant demonstration of meticulous grape selection and traditional winemaking techniques.

Aged for 30 months in French and American oak hogsheads, it presents an intoxicating symphony of dark berries and spice, underpinned by firm tannin structure and impressive longevity. Layered and full-bodied, the Greenock Creek Roennfeldt Road Shiraz 2011 delves into harmonious depths of plum, blackberry and mocha, seamlessly merging with notes of black pepper and anise. Its luxurious finish reiterates the hand of an accomplished winemaker in every drop.

Amplify your cellar collection with the Greenock Creek Roennfeldt Road Shiraz 2011 — a sigh of the Barossa Valley's terroir, adorned in a bottle.

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South Australia 1 97 (JS)
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£1,168.82
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James Suckling (97)

Such a luxuriant, elegant and complex young wine, this is the younger-vine material from Hill of Grace Vineyard (27-year-old vines in 2015). Multidimensional with brown spices, such as cloves and allspice, dried sage, orange peel, red berries, camphor wood and roses. A succulent palate with elegance and focus, offering blue plums and a very fine core of tannin to support such intense, vibrant fruit. Light, espresso-washed chocolate flavors lie across the fine, long and polished tannins that shape the fresh, balanced finish. A great wine that shows the DNA of the Hill of Grace terroir in a humbler mode. Beautiful now, but this will age for more than two decades. Glass-stopper closure.
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South Australia 1 96 (HWC)
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£297.64
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Halliday Wine Companion (96)

From a single vineyard in Light Pass planted in the late ’70s, matured in French hogsheads (10% new). Very good colour depth/brightness. Takes no prisoners; intense blackcurrant, black olive and cabernet tannins.
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South Australia 1 97 (WA)
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£728.22
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Wine Advocate (97)

Notes of mint, sage and bay leaf accent bold aromas of blueberries, raspberries and blackberries on the nose of Hobbs's 2018 1905 Shiraz. Picked later than the Gregor but not dried prior to fermentation, it's a well-behaved 14.7% alcohol wine that would be at home on the table alongside a tomahawk ribeye, roast lamb or any long-cooked stew. Full-bodied and intense, it not only shows tremendous complexity—mixing red and dark berries with various herbal nuances and hints of licorice, coffee beans and seared meat—but also boasts a rich, velvety mouthfeel combined with notable drinkability. It's a terrific contrast in style with the Gregor, showing more elegance but not nearly as much power.
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South Australia 1 -
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£98.05
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South Australia 1 -
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£97.81
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South Australia 1 94 (HWC)
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£121.01
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Halliday Wine Companion (94)

Exceptional hue for age; 30 months in French oak may be part of the reason why the wine carries its alcohol as well as it does, 90+-year-old vines another part; the richness of the black fruits is only gently warmed on the finish; 200 dozen made.
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South Australia 1 94 (HWC)
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£394.22
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Halliday Wine Companion (94)

Exceptional hue for age; 30 months in French oak may be part of the reason why the wine carries its alcohol as well as it does, 90+-year-old vines another part; the richness of the black fruits is only gently warmed on the finish; 200 dozen made.
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South Australia 1 97 (WS)
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£865.20
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Wine Spectator (97)

Packs an amazing amount of rich, ripe wild blackberry, red plum, raspberry and blueberry flavor into a lithe package that seduces with its suppleness and relative refinement for the size of the wine. Has creamy coffee and exotic spice notes flitting through the finish as it rolls on and on. Drink now through 2020. 233 cases made. -HS
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South Australia 1 94 (HWC)
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£511.06
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Halliday Wine Companion (94)

Deeply coloured, yet bright; a complex bouquet of black fruits, licorice, spice and cedary oak, then a very powerful palate enriched by 24 months in French oak. From ancient vines and, against all the odds, carries its alcohol well.
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South Australia 1 98 (WA)
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£546.31
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Wine Advocate (98)

The 2018 Gregor Shiraz was partially dried prior to crushing and fermentation, so it packs considerable concentration and power, weighing in at 15.8% alcohol on the label. It's a blockbuster in every sense of the word, from its huge aromas of mint, blueberries and plums to the mind-bending intensity on the full-bodied palate. Although not as raisined or alcoholic as Dal Forno's Amarone, there are similarities in size and structure, with waves of velvety, super ripe fruit and dark chocolate bolstered by softly dusty tannins and mouthwatering acidity on a finish that must be tasted to be believed. Wow!
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South Australia 1 93 (WS)
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£317.42
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Wine Spectator (93)

Supple, round and complex, a distinctive mix of blackberry, black cherry, orange peel and tobacco aromas and flavors, hinting at exotic spices as the finish lingers smoothly.
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South Australia 1 93 (VN)
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£628.00
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Vinous (93)

(from vines reportedly between 85 and 115 years of age) Inky ruby. Spicy blackberry, cherry and dark chocolate on the nose, with complicating notes of espresso and dried violet. Cool and restrained, with a suave, silky tone to the dark fruit flavors and gentle acids bringing freshness and energy. Nothing overdone here. There's impressive clarity and length to the blackberry and blackcurrant flavors. Really gorgeous.
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South Australia 1 97 (HWC)
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£222.00
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Halliday Wine Companion (97)

From the estate's highest vineyard block situated on the eastern ridge of the Barossa foothills, and is a quite lovely example of shiraz grown in a temperate climate. It's medium-bodied, the bouquet full of spice, red fruits, rose petals and cherry blossom characters all translating straight to the long, supple palate. Tannins and oak are part of the backdrop, simply providing the finish of the wine.
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South Australia 1 -
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£1,553.00
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South Australia 2 89+ (WA)
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£332.00
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Wine Advocate (89+)

Merlot has taken a beating in the world marketplace, but there is no question there are some good ones, and the 2005 Merlot John Zilm may turn out to be an outstanding example with another year or so of bottle age. Aged 16 months in 100% new French oak, it exhibits a deep ruby/purple color, good uplift, excellent definition, hints of sweet blackberries, plums, red currants, mocha, and coffee beans, a lovely texture, fine purity, and serious concentration. This delicious Merlot can be enjoyed over the next 7-10 years.
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South Australia 3 89+ (WA)
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£232.00
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Wine Advocate (89+)

Merlot has taken a beating in the world marketplace, but there is no question there are some good ones, and the 2005 Merlot John Zilm may turn out to be an outstanding example with another year or so of bottle age. Aged 16 months in 100% new French oak, it exhibits a deep ruby/purple color, good uplift, excellent definition, hints of sweet blackberries, plums, red currants, mocha, and coffee beans, a lovely texture, fine purity, and serious concentration. This delicious Merlot can be enjoyed over the next 7-10 years.
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South Australia 2 97 (WS)
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£405.00
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Wine Spectator (97)

Big and powerful, brimming with tarry, spicy black cherry, dark plum, blackberry and chocolate flavors. Rich and gooey like a warm flourless chocolate cake, yet it finds a plush balance that keeps it from veering off into heaviness. This has grace, harmony and refinement, without losing an ounce of power. Drink now through 2025. 600 cases imported. -HS
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South Australia 1 93 (HWC)
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£150.00
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Halliday Wine Companion (93)

Deep colour; as befits the very complex blend, powerful and complex, yet retains suppleness through the array of red and blackcurrant fruit. Barossa Valley (48%)/Adelaide Hills (42%)/Coonawarra (10%).
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South Australia 1 98 (WA)
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£543.00
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Wine Advocate (98)

Still looking fresh and complete, Glaetzer's 2004 Amon Ra Shiraz is full-bodied, rich and dark-fruited, with black cherry and plum fruit forming the base, while grace notes of baking spices, mocha and cedar play about the edges. Creamy and velvety in texture, with a long finish, it remains at its peak and should continue to drink well for another decade or more.
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South Australia 3 97+ (WA)
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£355.00
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Wine Advocate (97+)

Very deep purple-black in color, the 2012 Amon Ra reveals intense notes of blackcurrant cordial, blackberry compote and licorice with nuances of cloves, allspice, chocolate box and salami as well as a whiff of espresso. The 100% Shiraz palate offers a beast of a wine that is densely packed with black fruit and baking spice flavors and is supported with firm, grainy tannins and crisp acid through to a finish with excellent persistence. Drink it 2015 to 2025+.
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South Australia 2 96 (WA)
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£335.00
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Wine Advocate (96)

Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2013 Amon Ra has youthfully toned-down notes of blackcurrants, blackberry preserves, plums and cracked pepper with nuances of licorice, dark chocolate, cedar and black earth. The palate has wonderful balance and elegance for its commendable concentration and fullness, with tons of muscular fruit and spice layers framed by grainy tannins and just enough freshness, finishing with great persistence.
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South Australia 2 96+ (WA)
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£330.00
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Wine Advocate (96+)

Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2014 Amon-Ra Shiraz has a youthfully mute nose, offering glimpses at the blackberry, blackcurrant and licorice core, plus suggestions of dark chocolate, cigar boxes, fertile earth and baking spices. The full-bodied palate delivers concentrated, muscular blackberry and earth flavors with plenty of freshness and a beautiful backbone of finely grained tannins, finishing with commendable persistence and layers. This is a great contender for wine of the vintage!
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South Australia 1 98 (WA)
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£345.00
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Wine Advocate (98)

Certainly one of the best vintages of young Amon Ra I've ever tasted, the 2018 Amon Ra Shiraz is a stupendous effort. From old vines in the Ebenezer section of the northern Barossa, it starts off with a whirlwind of mocha, blackberry and dried spices, then actually gets more red-fruited as it sits in the glass. Full-bodied, rich and concentrated without being jammy or overdone, the wine finishes long and savory, framed by dusty tannins and mouthwatering black olives. Winemaker Ben Glaetzer compares 2018 to 2004 (which continues to drink well). Expect the 2018 to drink well young, but easily age through 2035, perhaps longer.
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South Australia 2 96+ (WA)
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£328.00
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Wine Advocate (96+)

The 2019 Amon Ra Shiraz is 100% Shiraz and 100% from the 2019 vintage, as Ben Glaetzer felt it—unlike many previous vintages—didn't need to be freshened with a small proportion of younger wine. From old vines in the Ebenezer district of the northern Barossa Valley, it offers classic notes of blackberries and spice, framed by hints of cedar and vanilla (it's aged in 100% new oak hogsheads, mostly French). It's full-bodied yet crisp, supple but tight and really long. Offering lovely dark fruit, hints of espresso and black olive, it finishes mouthwatering and firm. Give it some time in the cellar and drink it from 2025 – 2040.
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South Australia 3 97 (WA)
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£302.00
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Wine Advocate (97)

I've looked at this wine many times over the years, almost exclusively as an older/cellared wine. The impact it has made is strong, and so it is through this lens that I now view this 2020 Amon Ra Shiraz. This year's Amon-Ra is concentrated, dense and absolutely, utterly saturated with flavor. The fruit that spirals within the bounds of the firm tannins is fleshy and pure, and with the knowledge that the wine sails through the decade with noiseless grace, it is all the more impressive in its infancy now. A brilliant wine—all ductile and proud. Yes.
More Info
South Australia 1 93 (VN)
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£215.00
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Vinous (93)

Deep, shimmering ruby. Aromas of ripe blackberry, blueberry, cherry-cola and espresso, along with building floral, spice and cola notes. Offers concentrated, spice-tinged dark fruit preserve and violet pastille flavors that show impressive energy for their heft. Round, well-judged tannins add shape to a very long, smoky finish that repeats the blue fruit and floral notes.
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South Australia 1 97 (WA)
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£350.00
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Wine Advocate (97)

For the 2018 Anaperenna Shiraz-Cabernet Sauvignon, Glaetzer blended in 18% Cabernet Sauvignon to give the wine increased fragrance and length. The nose is smoky, slightly herbal and marked by sweet cedar- and vanilla-tinged oak, but it also offers great cassis and blackberry fruit. Full-bodied, rich and concentrated, the flavors are kept nicely in check by fine-grained tannins. This wine has it all: terrific intensity, complexity, length and texture.
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South Australia 1 91-93 (WA)
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£226.00
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Wine Advocate (91-93)

Readers should think of it as a French Vacqueyras on steroids. From 60-year-old vines in the Ebenezer district of Barossa, the 2005 Shiraz Bishop sees mostly French oak. It reveals a dense ruby/purple hue, beautiful, attractive notes of pepper, spice box, blackberries, and currants, and amazing richness as well as surprising elegance and definition. It can be consumed over the next 10-15 years.
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South Australia 1 -
Inc. VAT
£247.20
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Immerse yourself in the splendid luxury of the Greenock Creek Roennfeldt Road Cabernet Sauvignon 1997. Hailing from Australia's renowned Barossa Valley region, this fine wine is a timeless spectacle of indulgent depth and complexity. Greenock Creek Wines, with their profound respect for traditional wine-making techniques, meticulously hand-prune and hand-harvest their grapes. The 1997 vintage delivers an intoxicatingly rich concentration of signature Cabernet Sauvignon aromas: cassis, dark cherries, earthy undertones, and a touch of vanilla spice. Maturation in high-quality American oak barrels seamlessly integrates these potent flavours, culminating in a well-rounded palate experience. Complementing its exquisite taste, the Greenock Creek Roennfeldt Road Cabernet Sauvignon 1997 showcases an ephemeral scarlet hue, rightfully earning its revered status among wine connoisseurs. This distinguished vintage, limited in supply due to its superior quality, represents the epitome of Greenock Creek's pursuit of excellence, encapsulating the essence of Barossa Valley's supreme terroir.

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South Australia 2 -
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£588.00
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The Greenock Creek Roennfeldt Road Shiraz 2011 is an exquisite embodiment of Australian viticulture, handcrafted in the renowned Barossa Valley, South Australia. Produced by Greenock Creek, a family-owned winery noted for its artisanal approach, this Shiraz promises an unparalleled tasting experience. The 2011 vintage is a triumphant demonstration of meticulous grape selection and traditional winemaking techniques.

Aged for 30 months in French and American oak hogsheads, it presents an intoxicating symphony of dark berries and spice, underpinned by firm tannin structure and impressive longevity. Layered and full-bodied, the Greenock Creek Roennfeldt Road Shiraz 2011 delves into harmonious depths of plum, blackberry and mocha, seamlessly merging with notes of black pepper and anise. Its luxurious finish reiterates the hand of an accomplished winemaker in every drop.

Amplify your cellar collection with the Greenock Creek Roennfeldt Road Shiraz 2011 — a sigh of the Barossa Valley's terroir, adorned in a bottle.

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South Australia 1 97 (JS)
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£966.00
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James Suckling (97)

Such a luxuriant, elegant and complex young wine, this is the younger-vine material from Hill of Grace Vineyard (27-year-old vines in 2015). Multidimensional with brown spices, such as cloves and allspice, dried sage, orange peel, red berries, camphor wood and roses. A succulent palate with elegance and focus, offering blue plums and a very fine core of tannin to support such intense, vibrant fruit. Light, espresso-washed chocolate flavors lie across the fine, long and polished tannins that shape the fresh, balanced finish. A great wine that shows the DNA of the Hill of Grace terroir in a humbler mode. Beautiful now, but this will age for more than two decades. Glass-stopper closure.
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South Australia 1 96 (HWC)
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£232.00
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Halliday Wine Companion (96)

From a single vineyard in Light Pass planted in the late ’70s, matured in French hogsheads (10% new). Very good colour depth/brightness. Takes no prisoners; intense blackcurrant, black olive and cabernet tannins.
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South Australia 1 97 (WA)
In Bond
£588.00
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Wine Advocate (97)

Notes of mint, sage and bay leaf accent bold aromas of blueberries, raspberries and blackberries on the nose of Hobbs's 2018 1905 Shiraz. Picked later than the Gregor but not dried prior to fermentation, it's a well-behaved 14.7% alcohol wine that would be at home on the table alongside a tomahawk ribeye, roast lamb or any long-cooked stew. Full-bodied and intense, it not only shows tremendous complexity—mixing red and dark berries with various herbal nuances and hints of licorice, coffee beans and seared meat—but also boasts a rich, velvety mouthfeel combined with notable drinkability. It's a terrific contrast in style with the Gregor, showing more elegance but not nearly as much power.
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South Australia 1 -
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£76.00
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South Australia 1 -
In Bond
£76.00
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South Australia 1 94 (HWC)
In Bond
£94.00
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Halliday Wine Companion (94)

Exceptional hue for age; 30 months in French oak may be part of the reason why the wine carries its alcohol as well as it does, 90+-year-old vines another part; the richness of the black fruits is only gently warmed on the finish; 200 dozen made.
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South Australia 1 94 (HWC)
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£308.00
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Halliday Wine Companion (94)

Exceptional hue for age; 30 months in French oak may be part of the reason why the wine carries its alcohol as well as it does, 90+-year-old vines another part; the richness of the black fruits is only gently warmed on the finish; 200 dozen made.
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South Australia 1 97 (WS)
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£865.20
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Wine Spectator (97)

Packs an amazing amount of rich, ripe wild blackberry, red plum, raspberry and blueberry flavor into a lithe package that seduces with its suppleness and relative refinement for the size of the wine. Has creamy coffee and exotic spice notes flitting through the finish as it rolls on and on. Drink now through 2020. 233 cases made. -HS
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South Australia 1 94 (HWC)
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£406.00
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Halliday Wine Companion (94)

Deeply coloured, yet bright; a complex bouquet of black fruits, licorice, spice and cedary oak, then a very powerful palate enriched by 24 months in French oak. From ancient vines and, against all the odds, carries its alcohol well.
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South Australia 1 98 (WA)
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£435.00
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Wine Advocate (98)

The 2018 Gregor Shiraz was partially dried prior to crushing and fermentation, so it packs considerable concentration and power, weighing in at 15.8% alcohol on the label. It's a blockbuster in every sense of the word, from its huge aromas of mint, blueberries and plums to the mind-bending intensity on the full-bodied palate. Although not as raisined or alcoholic as Dal Forno's Amarone, there are similarities in size and structure, with waves of velvety, super ripe fruit and dark chocolate bolstered by softly dusty tannins and mouthwatering acidity on a finish that must be tasted to be believed. Wow!
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South Australia 1 93 (WS)
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£244.00
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Wine Spectator (93)

Supple, round and complex, a distinctive mix of blackberry, black cherry, orange peel and tobacco aromas and flavors, hinting at exotic spices as the finish lingers smoothly.
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