Frickin’. Bargain. That’s all we can say. After all, to deliver a premium label, single vineyard Barossa Shiraz of seriously high quality at this kind of price, you can understand we need to keep tight lipped on the full details, keep it hush hush and pitch it as one of our amazingly kick ass Mystery deals.
The importer has decided to cull this from their range and has passed on a one-off deal on it. We keep their identity under wraps, they pass on killer savings. The wine’s true label is on the box and bottle, all will be revealed when it lands on your doorstep. And while you may not have heard of the label itself, after one sip you will be blown away for the quality for a mere fifteen bucks.
From a boutique, premium producer in South Australia’s Barossa Valley. The previous 2015 vintage received a jaw dropping 96/100 from James Halliday! While we don’t usually harp on about previous vintages of wines, this is kind of relevant as this is a wine that’s very consistent year to year due to the fact that the entire winemaking process is controlled on site – from pruning to bottling, they have full over sight of the whole thing.
Then also consider that both 2015 and 2016 were very good vintages in the Barossa Valley region, hey presto you’re looking at one seriously good little package here.
Premium fruit sourced from a single vineyard site, aged for 12 months in French and American oak this. Best simply summed up as a rich, supple and deliciously savoury Barossa Shiraz. Drink now or cellar for 5-6 years yet. Limited stocks.