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Why do we love this case?

Who doesn’t love Barossa shiraz, really? There’s something about that plush, chewy, fruity richness that goes beyond good drinking. The dark complexity that has the critics going wild has a deeper appeal than pure academic brilliance. These wines just feel good for the soul. They’re natural accompaniments to fun with friends and family, but with enough prestige to stand proud at even the most important of events. Whether it’s a barbeque at the park or a white tie  affair at the boss’ house, these are wines that forge friendships and build bridges with their timeless brilliance.

Every case contains TWO of each of the following:

Red
Shiraz
Barossa Valley

Grant Burge Filsell Shiraz 2016
Dark Chocolate
Plum
Spice
Full-bodied
Smooth
Concentrated
Barossa Valley Wine Show 2018
Barossa Valley Wine Show 2018
Jane Faulkner, Halliday Wine Companion
Huon Hooke
Jeremy Oliver
5 red star Halliday rated winery

This shiraz is classic Barossa brilliance the kind of broad-shouldered structure that makes you sit up and pay attention. It’s opulent, not flabby, with a generous crackle of tannin that takes your tastebuds by the hand and brings out the best in that steak you’re eating. There’s rich black plums, dark chocolate, leather and charry oak, with the potential to age for many years to come. If you like a full-bodied wine to chew on over time, you’ll love this. Plus it’s perfect to take to dinner, with the pedigree of one of the biggest names in the Barossa and that opulent flavour to treat your friends to.

Red
Shiraz
Eden Valley

Grant Burge Balthasar Shiraz 2016
Blackberry
Raspberry
Vanilla
Full-bodied
Smooth
Concentrated
5 red star Halliday rated winery

Grant Burge wines are rightly one of the global flagships of Barossa Valley winemaking. They are a true embodiment of South Australian spirit and the flavour that put this part of the world on the map. This one’s actually from Eden Valley, the slightly higher elevation part of the Barossa ranges, giving similar flavour, but a touch more acidity to aid balance and age-ability. It’s opulence in a bottle, with supple leather, dark chocolate, liquorice, black plum and spicy herbaceous notes wafting lazily towards you. It’s impenetrably dark and defiantly full bodied, offering an impressively mouthfilling expereince and real sense of occasion. Look, it’s probably not ideal with last night’s reheated pizza after a tough Monday slog, but that’s not what it’s made for anyway. Give it the respect it deserves.

Red
Shiraz
Barossa Valley

Art of War Shiraz 2017
Blackcurrant
Plum
Spice
Full-bodied
Smooth
Rich

The site expresses itself through effortless, affable structure and styling. Rich dark chocolate plus blue and black berries are joined by the piquancy of redcurrant jam and a refreshing red apple juiciness. Not a foot out of place, it walks the Barossa talk with its undeniable, silken swagger of fruit-driven freshness and savoury, fine-dusted tannins. Most importantly, this is uber-drinkable. It talks of the clarity that Kym set out with, to create a wine with depth and character. Art of War transcends blood, sweat and vintage to reach the depth and clarity of hard-won satisfaction. The results speak for themselves. Victory never tasted so good.

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