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Branson Coach House-Coach House Block-Shiraz-2004-750mL

A multi dimensional bouquet of roasted meats, mineral, cola, tar and blackberry. Give this one time to open up, this monster is built for the long haul! The palate starts out thick and coating; immediately powerful and explosive, you are then thrown a huge chunk of fruit while the acid and tannin roll around trying to tame it. The wine shows great oak handling and remains succulent, complete and perfectly balanced.

$ 599.50 / Bottle $ 736.00 / Bottle
Sold by: Pack Size 6

Burge Family Winemakers-Draycott-Shiraz-2003-750mL

Burge Family Winemakers’ old vine estate-bottled offerings, made by the modest, but enormously talented Rick Burge, are classic Barossa wines with extraordinary elegance as well as complex aromatics that combine European subtlety with Australian power.

$ 295.00 / Bottle $ 320.00 / Bottle
Sold by: Pack Size 12

Burge Family Winemakers-La Renoux-Shiraz-2003-750mL

Burge Family Winemakers’ old vine estate-bottled offerings, made by the modest, but enormously talented Rick Burge, are classic Barossa wines with extraordinary elegance as well as complex aromatics that combine European subtlety with Australian power.
$ 229.99 / Bottle $ 276.00 / Bottle
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Clarendon Hills-Astralis-Shiraz-2003-750mL

The grapes are handpicked and fermented with natural yeasts in open stainless steel tanks at temperatures up to 32 degree Celsius. All the pressings are returned to the 100% new French oak barriques and the maturation lasts for 18 months before bottling without fining or filtration.

This is always the most beautiful wine in the cellar and is the flagship of the Clarendon Hills Syrah Range.

 

$ 2650.00 / Bottle $ 4500.00 / Bottle
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d'Arenberg-The Dead Arm-Shiraz-2000-750mL

A perfume of grilled steak intermixed with blackberries, new saddle leather, earth, pepper, and melted licorice rises from this awesome red. With great power, richness, and no hard edges, it is still young and primary, but should hit its peak in 3-7 years, and last for two decades or more.

 

$ 451.00 / Bottle $ 600.00 / Bottle
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d'Arenberg-The Dead Arm-Shiraz-2001-750mL

Upon release, ‘The Dead Arm’ Shiraz has a vivid, young, dense, purple-red colour. Very intense aromas with a complex combination of fragrant spices and violets, dark cherry, blackberry and blueberry, are made more complex with great liquorice, pepper and integrated svelte of boot-polish like characters. The taste is rich, gutsy and virile, with attacking spice, dark liquorice, cherry, blackberry, plum and dried black olive. The level of fruit weight masks the framework of oak tannins; however, the mineral fruit grittiness is balanced with a very long fruit-fragrant, persistent spice will yield a wine of great ageing power.

 

$ 550.00 / Bottle $ 810.00 / Bottle
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d'Arenberg-The Dead Arm-Shiraz-2002-750mL

The 2002 season was characterised by a cold, wet winter and spring, which produced lower yields with good, thick-skinned berries. The cool and dry summer ripened fruit gradually and a warm, dry autumn allowed the grapes to ripen fully, producing some of the best and most exotic characters seen for many years.

 

$ 399.99 / Bottle $ 520.00 / Bottle
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d'Arenberg-The Dead Arm-Shiraz-2003-1.5L

The 2003 season was characterised by a very low winter rainfall which signalled the vine to minimize potential crop load. The ripening period was warm producing a crop load of small berries and very pure, ripe fruit characters.

 

Even with a smaller than normal crop load many batches showed wonderful fruit characters due to an excellent skin to pulp ratios and this is evident in the final wine. This year in particular selected parcels of fruit deemed worthy of the Dead Arm label were down 50% in volume.

 

d'Arenberg

$ 899.00 / Bottle $ 999.00 / Bottle
Sold by: Pack Size 1

d'Arenberg-The Dead Arm-Shiraz-2003-750mL

The 2003 season was characterised by a very low winter rainfall which signalled the vine to minimize potential crop load. The ripening period was warm producing a crop load of small berries and very pure, ripe fruit characters. Even with a smaller than normal crop load many batches showed wonderful fruit characters due to an excellent skin to pulp ratios and this is evident in the final wine. This year in particular selected parcels of fruit deemed worthy of the Dead Arm label were down 50% in volume.

 

$ 529.00 / Bottle $ 560.00 / Bottle
Sold by: Pack Size 6
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