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Why do we love this case?

This shiraz (and shiraz blend) mix spans six regions across Australia that show many facets of the variety’s inherent versatility.

Each box of awesomeness contains a bottle of each of the following vinos:

Red
Shiraz
Pyrenees

The Mule Malakoff Vineyard Shiraz 2017
Blueberry
Pepper
Raspberry
Medium-bodied
Smooth
Refined
Sam Kim

We’ve had the last few vintages of this wine, and we like to think that it’s helping make a name for the Pyrenees wine region, alongside the cult players like Dalwhinnie, Redbank (mmm… Sally’s Paddock) and Chapoutier’s Aussie outfit. This is from the Malakoff Vineyard, prized so highly that everyone wants a piece of it. We thought you’d want some pieces too, and probably in wine form, so we got you some. This is concentrated, earthy shiraz, more blueberry and black pepper than red fruits. It’s perfumed, elegant, and dripping-down-your-chin juicy, so it’s very approachable young but will be around a few years quite happily, too.

You'd pay $57.00 full price

Red
Shiraz
Heathcote

Gapsted Limited Release Shiraz 2015
Blackberry
Plum
Spice
Medium-bodied
Velvety
Deep
Sam Kim
Tony Keys

A classic, elegant Heathcote shiraz, this Gapsted-crafted vino is full of plums, dark cherries and warm spice. It’s a come-hither temptress with 95 points at its disposal – coaxing you closer with every sip, aided by notes of pepper, vanilla and oak. Give yourself to the shiraz siren song, now singin’ its way through Singapore.

You'd pay $51.00 full price

Red
Shiraz
Mount Benson

Norfolk Rise Single Site Mount Benson Shiraz 2016
Earthy
Mulberry
Pepper
Medium-bodied
Mouth-watering
Elegant

I certainly sit up and take notice when a winery’s 2016 estate shiraz gets trophies and very high scores and then they bring out their single vineyard version. Like this one. It’s little sibling has been a staple of ours for some time, which gave us access to this wine, as a special purchase. It’s a swanky looking package, but I’m here for its insides. It’s a dark wine. Dark and hedonistic. Black forest cake (the kind that your deviant uncle laced with too much spirit - or just the right amount), vanilla bean, rich earth and brooding undergrowth, chunky but silken tannins, cracked pepper, finishing boldly fruit-rich and mouthwateringly moreish. I mean, I’m not going to tell you to buy it before it gets rated and prices increase accordingly. But maybe think about buying before it gets rated and prices increase accordingly.

You'd pay $49.00 full price

Red
Shiraz Blend
McLaren Vale

Willunga 100 Shiraz Grenache 2016
Blackberry
Dried Flowers
Plum
Full-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
James Halliday
Sam Kim
5 stars Sam Kim

“They’re very good winemakers, these guys. They produce a very consistent product at a very consistent price. They’re grenache specialists, and add their silky Vale shiraz to the mix and you have yourself a winner.” So says John to the gaggle of geeks at the Tasting Bench. This is spicy, peppery, and juice-running-down-your-chin plums. A full spectrum of blue, black and red fruits, with a lovely doughiness to it, barbera-like almost but much, much richer.

You'd pay $38.00 full price

Red
Shiraz
Margaret River

Swings & Roundabouts Margaret River Shiraz 2014
Blackberry
Blackcurrant
Spice
Medium-bodied
Soft
Deep

Life, eh? It comes in swings and roundabouts, picking up then circling right back. But you know what stays consistent? What keeps us anchored? Margaret River shiraz like this. Rich, layered, damn fine and fleshy, this is an earthy, spicy vino full of dark fruits. Juicy and concentrated with some real nice oak, when the world throws you a curveball this shiraz is your lead hitter.

You'd pay $36.00 full price

Red
Shiraz
McLaren Vale

Atkins Farm McLaren Vale Shiraz 2017
Black Cherry
Plum
Spice
Full-bodied
Bright
Concentrated

From the founders of the highly lauded Fox Gordon comes the Atkins Farm portfolio, a family-run outfit crafting cracker wine from their premium Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale vineyards. Sounds divine? It is. And so is the wine. This is that traditional, bright and robust McLaren Vale shiraz that you know and love, the kind that just melts in your mouth and slides down your throat. It’s rich, it’s juicy, it has notes of plums, red cherries and a hint of spice. And my prediction is you’ll come back to the ‘fo for it at least twice.

You'd pay $35.00 full price
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