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- Produced by Saltrams, this label has a keen following with Barossa hardcore!
- 4 1/2 Stars & Best Buy (Cuisine magazine 2019)
- Bold, plush and rich red - pretty much your absolute classic Barossa Shiraz
- A juicy slab of peppered steak with a glass of this...or how about Adam's beef cheeks? Cheeky or what!
- Big, full bodied, rich McLaren Vale Shiraz - a winemaker's wine!
- 95/100 (James Halliday) - "If you want heft then you've come to the right place. This lays it on and does so in excellent style"
- Drink now or cellar up to 2035
- World famous Spanish red blend - yep, the one that comes with the little plastic bull!
- "Sangre de Toro" means blood of the bull
- 4 1/2 Stars (Sam Kim) - "This famous label is once again reliably tasty and appealing"
- Mega 5 Litre sized bottle of Italian Chianti!
- Mama mia - over six and a half standard sized bottles of wine of soft, smooth and juicy Tuscan red!
- Presented in a Leonardo Chianti gift box with carry handle (you might need two hands!)
- In the words of the winemaker Tim it's all about the "heady spice and silky structure"
- We all know about their world famous Sauv Blanc but their focus on world class Pinot Noir from Marlborough is really paying off
- This is the ideal wine to have with a rich, fatty, glorious duck dish!
- Central Otago Pinot Noir - made by Amisfield
- 93/100 (Bob Campbell MW), 4 Stars (Michael Cooper MW), 4 Stars (Raymond Chan)
- "A succulent wine with a smooth texture for extra drinkability. Offers good value at this price. A real crowd pleaser" (Bob Campbell MW)
James Halliday 93 Points
- Trophy, 3 Gold medals and 93/100 James Halliday!
- "This is a hearty red wine to sit down and settle in with"
- From the McLaren Vale, South Australia
- Who are the Dandelions? They're a fusion of vineyards and vignersons across three families in South Australia.
Melbourne Int’l Wine Comp – Gold
San Diego Int’l Wine Comp Gold
James Halliday 5 Star Winery
AWC International Wine Challenge (Vienna) – Gold
- Classic big, bold, not-for-the-fainted-hearted Barossa Shiraz
- 93/100 & Top 100 Reds $25-40 (Ray Jordan) - "Has marvellous ageing potential. This one shows deep, rich, supple fruit with a thread of ripe tannins"
- Established in 1859 by William Salter, he loved a good DIY job (including banging up the Mamre Brook house)