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1 - 12 of 140 Purely Cabernet Shiraz
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Annies Lane Quelltaler Shiraz Cabernet 2014
Clare Valley
As far back as the earliest days of Clare Valley viticulture, the locals would help each other during the busy times of season. While she was delivering lunches to workers who were pruning vines one winter, Annie Wayman's horse drawn cart struck difficulty in negotiating the muddy track back to her cottage. From that day on, the track has been affectionately known as Annie's Lane. Quelltaler Watervale is harvested from vineyards bordering the famous Annie's Lane, crafted to a fine balance between the richness of Shiraz and structure of Cabernet Sauvignon.
$1999each
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Watervale is a unique sub region within Clare Valley which produces some of Australia's most magnificent red wines. The soils are comprised of friable red clay loam over a limestone base, allowing for perfect drainage and natural low vigour to achieve high quality grapes displaying richness and ripe, developed tannins. Warm days and mild evenings during the ripening season are conducive to excellent flavour and berry development. Favourable growing conditions are quite consistent, achieving healthy harvests at almost every vintage. Parcels of Cabernet and Shiraz are separately placed into 10t open fermenters for vinification, followed by maturation in traditional large format oak barrels and vats.
 
Bright, dark scarlet colour. Aromatic nose of red and blue berries with supple hints of violets, cinammon and mint. Plums, raspberries, red and blackcurrants, mulberries and spices on the palate are supported by a hint of background cocoa/ vanilla oak and a bed of fine chalky tannins. Ideal with a Portuguese chicken or marinated and char grilled vegetables and meats.
Aramis McLaren Vale Shiraz Cabernet 2011
McLaren Vale
Available by the dozen
Aramis craft nothing but the finest wines possible from a unique site. The vines are planted on their own rootstock into some of the world's oldest mineral rich soils, where they enjoy excellent sun exposure and the most temperate of Mediterranean climes. Heat generated during the day is moderated each evening by coastal winds that cool the vines for an extended ripening, permitting the tannins and seed to develop fully.
$1699each
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The Aramis vineyards are blessed by a close proximity to the coast where daily sea breezes combine with the exacting vineyard management regimens to deliver small but high quality harvests of intensely flavoured Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz grapes. Berries are always quite small in size, displaying an enhancement of pure varietal characters and splendid concentration of flavour. All the winemaking is highly traditional and very labour intensive. Maturation takes place in a high proportion of new American oak barriques. The final wine is assembled from a selection of the best barrels and those parcels which can best demonstrate an intensity of fruit, balanced by well integrated oak.
 
Deep ruby purple colour. The nose offers mulberries, blackberry and plums with layers of dark chocolate, toasty oak and wafts of fresh mint. On the palate blueberry, black raspberry and tarry characteristics, wonderful intensity, supple integrated fruit tannins and a long finish, all in balance with the alcohol.
Bremerton Racy Rose 2014
Langhorne Creek
Available by the dozen
A delicious accord of equal proportions Cabernet and Shiraz, highly evocative of the delectable French Cabernet d'Anjou styles to be found along the Vallee Loire. Bremerton enjoy a long established reputation for yielding the finest harvests of Langhorne Creek Cabernet and Shiraz. Their fruit has formed the backbone of Australia's finest vintages for decades, the pick of Bremerton's crop is now reserved for the estate's own label. Exquisitely balanced, Racy's handsome pink hue precedes a satiating Rosé in true, adults only styling.
$1799each
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Bremerton are well positioned to assemble parcels of Cabernet and Shiraz which are just perfect for Rosé. Vines are all closely husbanded, painstakingly treated to a regimen of leafy plucking and canopy management for optimal exposure to sunlight without over ripening. Judicious levels of acidity and perfect natural fruit sugar baumes are essential, bringing in the harvest, row by row, as grapes achieve ideal physiological ripeness, is timed to a schedule determined by eating the berries straight off the vine. Fruit is cold soaked on skins and drained, just as juices pick up the desired blush pink hue. Batches are vinified in controlled fermenters and bottled promptly to retain vivaciousness. Alcohol 12.5%
 
Deeply salmon pink coloured. Lifted fruit aromas, fresh cut strawberries and orange cream. Racy and moreish palate, mouthwatering with bright berry flavours, textural mouthfeel with generous weight of fruit, cinammon apples and plum cake spice are complimented by bluberry and cassis notes before a refreshingly dry finish. Perfect for alfresco dining or piquant, lightly chillied recipes.
Brothers in Arms No6 Shiraz Cabernet 2013
Langhorne Creek
Available by the dozen
A big favourite of Shiraz Cabernet enthusiasts in markets Australia and overseas, from fruit grown to eight individual plantings on the historic Metala Vineyard, by fifth generation Langhorne Creek vignerons Tom and Guy Adams. A component of Metala Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon has been added to the backbone of Metala Shiraz, achieving an august Aussie Claret style that has won massive international acclaim and can scarce keep up with demand. Alluringly fragrant with regional licorice mint aromas, brimming with layers of soft, dark fleshy fruit.
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Metala has been Adams family property since the 1850s, it is also name of the historic brand which has always been made entirely from Adams family fruit. In 1998 Tom and Guy Adams took a small amount of grapes and vinified them into 500 cases of Shiraz at the nearby Lake Breeze wineworks. It was so good that a leading distributor from California, who was looking for high quality Australian Shiraz, wouldn't take no for an answer. He anticipated there was going to be a big market for Metala in America. Parcels of Metala grown Cabernet and Shiraz are treated to a state of the art fermentation, followed by an extravagant eighteen months in a selection of seasoned French oak barriques. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Deep plum red colour, crimson hues. Aromas of gentle black pepper and lifted spice, hints of leather and mint are entwined with plum and dark red fruits. Juicy, sweet dark berry/ blackcurrant fruit flavours, supported by plush, soft tannins, laying down a palate of considerable richness and length. Full bodied yet refined, fashioned to the timeless styling which has brought Langhorne Creek wines to the world.
Devils Lair Hidden Cave Cabernet Shiraz 2013
Available by the dozen
Devil's Lair are auspiciously positioned at the heart of Leeuwin Peninsula, within the dress circle of Margaret River's most eminent wineries and prestigious vineyards. The climes here are very like the balmy maritime conditions of Bordeaux, red varietal grapes are intensely flavoured and lined by the finest tannins. There is a folklore of hidden caves and devilish marsupials which sets the background to Devil's Lair cryptic range of wines. A mostly Cabernet accord with a third of Shiraz, Hidden Cave is seamless and redolent, in opulent Margaret River claret styling.
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Devilish thinking is not only encouraged, but celebrated at Devil's Lair. The Hidden Cave range is all about the established style of wines that Margaret River does best, cannily crafted with a slightly devilish twist. The viticultural team are charged each year, with the mission of assembling the finest Margaret River harvests to fashion articulate regional wines. Parcels of Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz are treated to a crush and term of cold soak, inoculated in controlled fermenters and vinified at closely managed temperatures. Upon completion of ferments and a course of malolactic, batches are filled to a selection of seasoned French oak barrels for a year's maturation.
 
Rich purple with garnet hues. A nose that's instantly recognisable as Margaret River, cassis and cigar box notes, black and blue berries. A currant and brambleberry flavoured palate, fine elegant tannins are woven around a core of sweet black cherries and cassis. A wine that evolves in the glass as layers of fruit awaken. A lingering spice on the intensely aromatic, berry filled finish.
Dutschke Jackson Cabernet Shiraz 2013
Barossa
Available by the dozen
Once upon a time, around the end of the nineteenth century, the Semmlers grazed cattle on what are now Dutschke vineyards. They always grew grapes and made their own wine but it wasn't until the 1930s that Oscar Semmler started taking viticulture just a little more seriously. True to the tastes of the time, most of the yield was made into rich ports and fortified styles. Dutschke wines have retained their luscious fruit character, crafted in the timeless old world way, Barossa village Cabernet Shiraz of impeccable balance, elegance and grace.
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Deep garnet red hues. Bramble and black plum nose, currants and blueberry spice, cedar, violets and clove. A beautifully sculpted palate, layered with ripe red and black fruits, piquant with pepper notes and a curl of lightly seasoned oak, augmented by firm yet supportive, lingering tannins, a long sweet and savoury finish over a lasting length of refined velvet textures.
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Elderton E Series Shiraz Cabernet 2014
Barossa
Elderton make some of the new world's most eminent accords of Cabernet and Shiraz, this time they have taken aim with a collation of the most splendid harvests to assemble a forward drinking, easy to appreciate red wine for everyday enjoyment. E Series is designed as a contemporary and uncomplicated approach to the great Aussie Shiraz Cabernet style. The E stands for five key elements that are central to the winemaking and viticultural practices at Elderton. Enjoyment and elegance, ergonomic and economic, with the accent on environment.
$1499each
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Shiraz and Cabernet from fine vineyards are harvested and brought quickly to the winery to ensure that fresh fruit characters are captured and retained within the finished wine. Supplementary irrigation and strict canopy management enable the fruit to reach rich, generously flavoured baumes of 14 to14.5. Grapes are crushed, destemmed and treated to six days temperature controlled vinification in overhead potter fermenting vessels. Upon completion, the wine is transferred into a selection of prior use American oak puncheons for ten months maturation, where it develops complex yet delicate vanilla and coconut characters whilst remaining essentialy a fruit driven Shiraz Cabernet. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Dark purple/ magenta hue. Nose of berries and violet, cedar and cinnamon. Lovely palate, ripe and sweet with good fruit showing plummy richness and sweet, dark cherries. Flavours of boysenberry and cassis are layered against the delicate spicyness, balanced by supple velvety tannins. A spell under seasoned oak has softened the wine, rounded the fruit and imparted subtle complexities. Enjoy today with barbecues, antipasto and pizza.
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Evans Tate Classic Shiraz Cabernet 2010
Margaret Great Southern
Evans & Tate played a major role in the Margaret River's rise to international recognition as one of the world's great winegrowing appellations. One of Western Australia's baronial estates, their salubrious vineyards are idyllically positioned to produce vibrant Cabernet and Shiraz grapes with attractive blackberry, plum and spice characters. Margaret River's renowned cool summer nights and sea breezes ensure that the fruit ripens fully at lower baumes to perfect levels of natural acidity, translating into a crisp and savoury, mouthfilling Shiraz Cabernet wine.
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Shiraz is picked between midnight and early morning to ensure it reaches the winery as cold as possible. Grapes are gently destemmed and transferred to fermenters for three or four days cold soak. Cabernet Sauvignon is picked between dawn and midday to arrive at an average temperature between 15C and 20C, ideal yeast conditions for the immediate onset of ferments. Each parcel is vinified at 20C to 25C for several days, treated to seed removal and thoroughly aerated every eight hours. Upon completion, each parcel is separately pressed to tank and racked off yeast lees to barrel or tank. Components are matured in a combination of seasoned French and American oak barriques for up to fourteen months.
 
Dense ruby red with a vibrant purple rim. Layers of youthful, lifted aromas dominated by Shiraz characters of blood plums, red cherry and smoked spice. Cabernet Sauvignon contributes redcurrant and bell pepper notes. Rich, fresh primary fruits of plum, red currant and cherry immediately impacts and drives through the palate whilst providing a lovely fleshy texture. A youthful but delicate tannin grip quickly follows which provides a contrasting textural experience and balance to the finish.
Formby Adams Cutting Edge 2010
Langhorne Creek
Available by the dozen
William Formby was among the early ardent pioneers of Langhorne Creek, he planted his first acreages of vine in 1891. Today his progeny still husband vines, the Adams of Langhorne Creek, are at the cutting edge of regional viticulture. Fruit is harvested from some of the most noble blocks on the Metala estate, to be fashioned into the enduring style of Aussie Cabernet Shiraz, a suitable match to roasts, stir frys or grills.
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Legendary winemaker Brian Dolan won the inaugural Jimmy Watson Trophy in 1962 with the 1961 Metala Vineyard Shiraz Cabernet. The best fruit from the historic Metala property is now reserved for the estate's own Brothers in Arms and Formby/ Adams, as well as a number of well known labels and smaller boutique wineries such as Oddfellows and Killibinbin. Cutting Edge is a mostly Cabernet wine with a portion of Shiraz, grown and vinified to a mix of traditional and modern vineyard management and winemaking practices that produce the best possible wine from the famous Metal Vineyard. Matured for fifteen months in a combination of one to four year old French and American oak barrels.
 
Deep purple colour. Savoury biscuit, vanilla and spice aromas with menthol uplift. Huge berry fruit, pepper and cedar spice with a touch of rhubarb. A mouthfiling wine with superb textures, sublime integration and quenching mineral. The persistent length and fine grained, juicy tannins ensure this is a wine to be enjoyed with good food and fine company.
Gipsie Jack Terrier Shiraz Cabernet 2014
Langhorne Creek
Available by the dozen
There are few family names in the Australian wine industry as eminent and enduring as Glaetzer and Potts, they each own and operate many of the oldest and most precious vineyards in Langhorne Creek. A collation of Cabernet and Shiraz from distinguished local growers is assembled around a backbone of old vines fruit from the Messrs Glaetzer & Potts very own sites, achieving a generously proportioned, silken textured wine of dulcet perfumes and conspicuous weight of fruit, perfectly poised on an exquisitely balanced palate.
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Choice parcels of estate grown Cabernet and Shiraz, off vines up to sixty years of age, are vinified alongside harvests from leading Langhorne Creek growers. Grapes are picked after several passes amongst the vines and kept separate throughout the winemaking, to afford a number of options at completion. Bunches are destemmed and crushed to small open top fermenters, the musts are treated to a day of cold soak maceration. Batches are inoculated for vinification and pumped over two or three times daily throughout the vinification for optimal extract of colour, flavour and tannin. Components are pressed to a selection of seasoned French and American oak hogsheads for malolactic and a term of maturation.
 
Deep red colour. Lifted floral, chocolate and dark fruits, red berry notes and festive cake complexity, mint, spices and savory notes. The palate is layered with dark fruits, savoury vanilla oak and fragrant spice, over a length of fine tannins which see the Terrier resolve on a soft round, rich and silky finish.
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Glaetzer Anaperenna 2014
Barossa
Anaperenna is the Roman goddess of New Year. She is also a seamless fusion of fruit from dry grown, low yielding, very old vines, some over a century of age, planted to ancient sites within the elite Ebeneezer appellation in the Barossa's north. A mostly Shiraz wine, the very low cropped Cabernet component contributes intense fruit flavours with a low extraction rate of smaller berries, large seeds and greater skin to flesh ratio. The savouryness of Cabernet combines with the generosity of Shiraz to give Anaperenna great texture and power, structure and finesse.
$4499each
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From vines trained to standard single wire, with permanent arm rod and spur. Many of the very old vines, 80-130 years old, have now been trained onto a trellis for ease of pruning, harvesting, disease and frost control. Scant vineyard yields of ½ to one ton per acre are central to the intense concentration. Vinified in one and two tonnes open top fermenters with hand plunges thrice daily. Completed primary on skins, a component finishes ferments in oak, matured on lees to maintain fruit profile and animation, minimal SO2, topped up every three weeks. Matured sixteen months in a selection of completely new, mostly French oak hogsheads, followed by unfiltered bottling. Alcohol 15.0%
 
Dark ruby colour. Nose of chocolates and crushed herb, blackberries, cedar and smoke. A tightly focused palate with fine grained tannin and incredible density, savouryness and crushed herbs, fresh black fruits and espresso spice. A wine of great purity and expression, the finish is fresh and lively with flavours that linger and linger.
Glen Eldon Kicking Back Shiraz Cabernet 2014
Barossa
Available by the dozen
Glen Eldon are blessed by an inventory of splendid vineyards scattered throughout the principal viticultural precincts of Barossa Valley and Eden Ranges. Sites in Tanunda and Mt McKenzie, Springton and Mt Pleasant indulge the winemaking team with an opportunity to assemble those parcels which can best coalesce into a keen and approachable, contemporarily styled Cabernet Shiraz with good fruit, smooth tannins and gentle background oak. True to it's moniker, a warming drop to kick back and relax alongside nibbles, good company and tall yarns.
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Rich, fertile, sandy loam and dark biscay Barossa soils provide ideal growing opportunities for vines. The valley enjoys a Mediterranean climate, warm summers and cold winters further enhance the ideal growing conditions. Grapes are crushed, destemmed and pumped into traditional open fermenters, inoculated with rehydrated yeast culture and treated to ten days vinification. The musts are pumped over regularly to extract more flavour and colour from skins. Upon completion, Kicking Back is transferred to a selection of American and French oak hogsheads for an extravagant eighteen months maturation, integrating the oak and softening the tannins.
 
Deep ruby colour. Cassis, violet and plum nose garnished by sprinklings of cool climate herb and hints of complex spice. A well integrated palate of beautiful ripe fruit, offering exceptional depth of flavour, blueberries and currant, plum characters and subtley spiced cocoa oak, all supported by soft, natural grape tannins. Excellent textural mouthfeel and lingering, drying tannins make Kicking Back a good choice alongside meats and pasta, vegetarian or cheese.
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