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1 - 12 of 130 Purely Barossa Shiraz
Atzes Corner A Label Shiraz
Barossa
Available by the dozen
An assemblage of choice parcels from the ancient winegrowing hamlets of Koonunga and Ebenezer, hand picked and destemmed without crushing, delicately fermented, pumped and plunged by hand, gently basket pressed into oak for completion of malolactic and a year of age. The great enigma of Atze's Corner is how every bottling is remarkable for its seamlessness, astonishing balance and divinely perfumed fruit. A sprinkling of spice and vanilla of oak, sweetness of liquorice and juicy tannins, a whisp of liqueured cacao, as the luscious finish lingers on and on and on.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
EACH
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Atzes Corner Bachelor Shiraz
Barossa
Available by the dozen
Generations of Barossa viticulture makes the Kalleske well versed in identifying superior parcels of land which are heaven sent for great wine. They acquired just such a site from bachelor Bert Kleinig in the 1970s, it has remained in the family estate portfolio until the Atze team were inspired to bottle the magnificence of fruit as an elite vineyard Shiraz. Treated to the the luxury of eighteen months French oak, the Bachelor evolves in the glass as he breathes, blueberries, black currants and ripe damson plum, sweet spices, cinnamon and just a curl of cocoa cedar oak.
$2599each
$311DOZEN
EACH
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Atzes Corner Eddies Old Vine Shiraz
Barossa
Available in cartons of six
The fruit of three small blocks Shiraz, planted by the Eddies family in 1912, 1951 and 1975, devotedly nurtured by the Kalleske since salvage from the ruthless vine pull scheme of the 1980s. A fortnight of maceration and completion of ferments in a high proportion of new oak hogsheads is followed by two years languid maturation. Eddie's Block is powerfully perfumed, heady with uber ripe fruits, currants and cassis, its stunning figure of festive plum fruits and dark cherry syrups, is complexed by fragrant seasonings of clove, cinammon and a sprinkling of vanilla anise.
$5499each
$659DOZEN
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Atzes Corner Forgotten Hero Shiraz
Barossa
Available in cartons of six
Many of the nation's fine old vineyards were destroyed during a government backed scheme to reduce the capacity of wine production in the 1980s. One fortunate site, established 1951 by the family Atze, was rescued by the Kalleske and endures as a priceless, single block, single batch Barossa Shiraz, only ever released in the best vintage years. Seamless, intense, layered with richness, treated to a luxurious two years repose in completely new French oak, mesmerisingly complex and profoundly perfumed, only seventy cases are bottled from any one vintage.
$9999each
$1199DOZEN
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Atzes Corner Zen Master Shiraz
Barossa
Available in cartons of six
The Kalleske family have been Barossa winegrowing since 1853, they retain priceless parcels of ancient vine, picking grapes off the very plantings nurtured by their forebears generations ago. The wizzened old veterans on Zen Master date back to establishment by the Atze family in 1912, they yield a precious harvest of potent black berries, treated to the old world style of open ferments, hand plunging and a course of age in a new French oak puncheon. Brimming with florals, silky smooth, seamless, an exquisite old vine Shiraz of extraordinary opulence, elegance and finesse.
$12999each
$1559DOZEN
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Ben Schild Reserve Shiraz
Barossa
Available by the dozen
Johannes Hugo Bernard Ben Schild relocated his family, including a young Ed Schild, to Rowland Flat in the Barossa, establishing his vineyard circa 1952 after many years of grain farming in the Mallee. Following Ben's passing in 1956, fifteen year old Ed took over the reins of the family farm to continue the work started by his father. A careful sorting of the best grapes, picked off a single low yielding parcel planted by Ben Schild in the hills overlooking Lyndoch, provides the backbone of fruit for Schild Reserve, a stately Barossa Shiraz in true blockbuster styling.
$2799each
$335DOZEN
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DOZEN
A commemorative wine dedicated to the estate's patriarch and his foresight in founding the Schild wineworks. Harvested throughout the chill of early morning, grapes are crushed and given a thorough maceration for the optimal extraction of colour and tannins. Parcels are transferred to small open fermenters, inoculated and treated to a regimen of regular pumpovers, completing vinification to complete dryness at a relatively high alcohol content. Upon completion of a further course of maceration on skins, components are filled to a selection of seasoned and new, French, American and Hungarian oak barrels for two years, followed by an extended term of bottle age under the Schild cellars before release.
 
Deep ruby red. An intense creamy perfume of lifted violets and blue fruit, blueberry crumble and dark plums, hints of restrained black pepper spice. These all lead to a fine soft tannin framework, a palate of lifted, perfumed fruit over hints of well integrated oak, followed by a lengthy persistent, sweet tannin finish. A profound experience even in it's youth, displaying superb structure and finesse, an expression of the place whence it originates.
Currently out of stock
Bethany GR12 Shiraz Reserve
Barossa
Every year, there was a single parcel which kept attracting the attention of Bethany winemakers. The fruit of a small property, less than five acres at the foothills of Barossa ranges, planted to vine sixty years of age, grown to classic Barossa red brown earths overlaying limestone. The small yields here deliver small berries with the most extraordinary flavour, whilst the breezes around the foothills ensure a gradual ripening of the finest tannins. Parcels that are worthy of inclusion are treated to a separate vinification and matured in the finest oak hogsheads.
$7999each
$959DOZEN
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Dense ruby red, purple hues. Ripe plums, mulberry and chocolate notes backed by oaky vanillin bouquets. Plum and briar flavours on the palate are tempered by toasty oak, a Shiraz of amazing concentration and weight, supported by a length of refined, well integrated tannins. The finish is endless, decant before serving and enjoy alongside the most exquisite fare.
Bethany GR13 Shiraz Reserve
Barossa
Available in cases of 6
Bethany's Reserves are wines of evolution rather than creation. GR has achieved the prestigious Trust Mark as one of the Barossa's most eminent Shiraz, but it's not every year that one is made. Parcels of the most exquisite grapes are picked from splendid sites and treated to an exacting vinification. With each vintage, harvests are assessed and a decision is made to determine if there is a parcel of GR quality. A formidable, full bodied classic with an enormous palate and undeniable ageing potential, only a few hundred cases are ever bottled.
$7999each
$959DOZEN
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Deep scarlet red. The nose shows fresh, vibrant plum and blackberry aromas. Full varietal flavours on the palate, a magnificently structured wine displaying an excellent balance of fine grain tannins and natural acidity. GR articulates provenance to the fullest, eloquent of the profound excellence which can be achieved from the finest Barossa foothills Shiraz.
Bethany LE Shiraz
Barossa
Available in cartons of six
Lawrence and Edna Schrapel toiled away in the vineyards along Bethany Road in Tanunda, establishing one of the great marques in Barossa foothills Shiraz. The work remains very hands on, the choicest parcels are set aside for a course of traditional open ferments, malolactic and pressing to a slection of exclusively new French oak barrels for a year's maturation. Its big, vibrant bouquet of fragrant wild berries, oake clove and spice, precede an opulent palate of blueberries, bramble and plum, supported fine grain tannins and juicy fruit acidity.
$4799each
$575DOZEN
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Bethany Shiraz
Barossa
Available by the dozen
From vines up to forty years of age grown to the Schrapel Vineyards, with the inclusion of parcels from neighbour's blocks in the Barossa foothills. The cornerstone wine of the Schrapel family reds, in a style which has made Barossa famous for Shiraz the world over. Parcels of perfectly ripened grapes are treated to traditional old world techniques which date back to early settlement, followed by extended maturation in fine oak. Decant for three hours then savour the spiced fruit aromas and plush plum palate alongside roast or steak.
$2799each
$335DOZEN
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The Schrapel property is hand pruned to seventy buds per vine, traditional viticulture limits the yield to 6.25t/hectare. The healthy old vines sprout a superb harvest and there is very low incidence of disease. Fruit is crushed and de stemmed on skins in open top fermenters for eight days at 15C to 18C. Ferments are racked and pumped over skin caps for optimal colour and tannin extraction. Upon completion, batches are pressed and left to settle for malolactic, followed by transfer to a selection of seasoned and new French oak barrels for an extravagant twenty two months maturation, enhancing the sublime old vineyard fruit character and building fine palate structure.
 
Deep garnet, almost black colour. Aromas of ripe berries leap from the glass, followed by the rich, ripe blackberry and plum fragrances of Barossa Shiraz. A generous palae of mellow fruit flavours, showing excellent acid balance and restrained, supportive tannins. A finish that's full of Barossa chocolate plum fruit characters, gritty fruit tannins and crispy cherry acidity, silky soft, lingering and long.
Currently out of stock
Charles Cimicky Autograph Shiraz
Barossa
Charles Cimicky was inspired by his father to take over the reins at the family estate, that's when the good wines started turning into awesome wines. Today, Cimicky is one of the most meticulous winemakers in South Australia. Cimicky makes cult wine with a recognizable wow factor, a tiny production and always very limited in availability. Judged first amongst peers, Charles Cimicky won the Barossa Wine Grape Council Trophy for the best wine from a small producer twice in succession, as well as the Vinpac International Trophy for Best Shiraz.
$3299each
$395DOZEN
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Story has it that as fruit slowly ripened on the vine, a small group of zealous Barossa pioneers would retreat to an old vineyard cottage for the twin enticements of cards and claret. In their hidden refuge, these normally hardworking and God-fearing men played Euchre whilst carefully concealed from the prying eyes of more diligent and puritanical souls. Now a lingering part of Barossa history, the crumbling remains of the original old cottage still stand amidst ancient vines that consistently produce wines of outstanding power and richness. An exceptional Barossa Shiraz within its range, by virtue of the high quality fruit, lavish use of the finest oak and painstaking skill of Charles Cimicky.
 
Deep scarlet colour. Rich bouquets, opulent with generous dark fruits, heady, aromatic, liquorice and cedar, blackberry and prune. A palate of dark chocolate and espresso, complex spice, the fruit, oak and tannins are inseparable.
Currently out of stock
Charles Cimicky Reserve Shiraz
Barossa
Charles Cimicky wineworks and vineyard run a kilometre along the picturesque Hermann Thumm Drive at Lyndoch, on the very floor of the Valley, surrounded by beautiful Barossa Ranges. Charles Cimicky, the man, is held in great esteem by his peers, for his gentle nature and exceptional quality of his wines. His eponymous is a perennial favourite of bespoke Barossa Shiraz enthusiasts, named after a group of local pioneers who would famously retreat to an old vineyard cottage for the relaxing indulgence of claret and cards.
$4699each
$563DOZEN
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Charles Cimicky takes a wholistic, old world approach to viticulture and the creation of his wines. Apart from a little bit of minor drip irrigation in January and February, the entire thirty two hectares of vine are dry grown, cover cropped and organically fertilized. Wines are aged exclusively in top quality oak, which becomes apparent in the rich bouquet and fine grained tannins. Charles Cimicky is fastidious. The winery is completely air conditioned and individually temperature controlled fermenters are employed in the making of all wines. Cimicky employs his own bottling and packaging line, a rarity for a wineworks of such modest size.
 
Deep, opaque, almost black in colour with a crimson edge. A concentration of black olives and bramble, blackberries and licorice to the nose with rich soil notes. Abundant ripeness matched to purity of fruit and subtle vanillan oak, a big, full bodied Shiraz offering a soft rich palate displaying great length of flavour and fine texture, seasoned by pencil shaving oak and supported by fine, elegant tannins.
1 - 12 of 130 Purely Barossa Shiraz
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