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- The latest 2020 vintage of this high value Barossa Shiraz (not 1859 vintage!)
- Named after the year William Salter founded the Saltram winery
- Typical Barossa - big & rich. But she's vibrant and juicy with soft tannins too
- Produced by Saltrams, this label has a keen following with Barossa hardcore!
- Bold, plush and rich red - pretty much your absolute classic Barossa Shiraz
- 90/100 (Gabrielle Poy, The Real Review) - "The palate is ripe and intense with inky flecks supporting a plush core. This is a lovely full-bodied shiraz with great harmony and interest "
- A juicy slab of peppered steak with a glass of this...or how about Adam's beef cheeks? Cheeky or what!
- Classic big, bold, full-bloody, not-for-the-fainted-hearted Barossa Valley Shiraz
- 92/100 (James Halliday's Wine Companion)
- "I've a soft spot for this wine, having tried many stellar older examples over the years. Blow me down if it still isn't a delicious Barossa shiraz all these years later. Plush plum and berry fruits, dotted with spice" (James Halliday's Wine Companion)
- Established in 1859 by William Salter, he loved a good DIY job (including banging up the Mamre Brook house)
- Rich, flavoursome Cabernet from the Barossa Valley, South Australia
- 90/100 (James Halliday's Wine Companion) - "Saltram's Pepperjack range of wines consistently deliver great value and great drinking...Flush with blackberry and black cherry, impressive density and grippy sandy tannin, it's rock-solid drinking."
- Aged 12 months in oak, iconic label made by the dudes at Saltrams