Big production Shiraz in a teeny tiny 187ml glass bottle. This is the wine that often holds the top spot for Australia and NZ’s number one selling Shiraz – mass produced or not this label has won enough gongs over the years to justify a bigger price tag that’s for sure.
George Wyndham was one of the first chaps to plant Shiraz in South Australia back in 1830 – no surprise then he’s got the nickname “The Father of Australian Shiraz“. Quite a legacy, no pressure then on the modern Wyndham family!
A medium to full bodied, rich red like this needs fillet steaks, full flavoured sausages, meaty pizzas or tomato based pasta dishes to go with it.