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1 - 12 of 244 Exclusively Barossa Red
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Barossa Valley Estate Ebenezer Cabernet 2010
Barossa Valley
A regal Cabernet wine, full bodied and intense with powerful varietal fruit and distinctive regionality. The dry grown old vines at Ebenezer are Appellation Superieur, a principal source of fruit for the premium John Duval, Henschke and Glaetzer labels. Soft and approachable now, a true expression of the richness and splendour of old Barossa vines, Ebenezer will continue to evolve gracefully, a Cabernet Sauvignon of great elegance and poise, quality is assured.
$3699each
$443DOZEN
EACH
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Barossa Valley Esate was established as a co-operative of independent Barossa growers with the objective of making and marketing their own premium wine. The growers and makers enjoy a very close relationship. Ebenezer owes its very existence to the many generations who have painstakingly nurtured their vineyards through good years and bad since settlement. Without their persistence and strength many of the great vineyards of the Barossa would today be lost. Traditionally fermented on skins for six days, Ebenezer is matured in a combination of French and American oak barrels for up to eighteen months. Further bottle aged prior to release to soften the tannin profile.
 
Vibrant deep red, purple hue. Aromas of lifted blackcurrant and spice with a touch of eucalyptus and mint. Deep and brooding palate of ripe, dark berries over supporting oak interwoven into the fruit. Firm tannin and flesh with great length of fruit and oak characters. Medium to full bodied with a soft finish. Varietal in character, without being overly herbacaeous. An endless finish on lingering notes of spiced plum and new cocoa oak. To accompany braised venison or duck, rich matured cheese and wide ribbon pasta recipes.
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Barossa Valley Estate Ebenezer Shiraz 2008
Barossa
The picturesque village of Ebenezer, at the northern reaches of Barossa Valley, was established circa 1851. The first vineyards were planted with rootstock at time of settlement and have been painstakingly nurtured ever since. Today, Ebenezer is one of Australia's most eminent appellations. Dry grown grapes, stylish oak treatment, pliant tannins and finely woven flavours are pivotal to the personality of Ebenezer. Parcels which only just miss out on the internationally renowned E&E Shiraz are set aside for this very wine, attesting to the quality of fruit within.
$3699each
$443DOZEN
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Shiraz is sourced predominantly from older vineyards at the northern end of Barossa. Grapes are hand picked off vines up to fifty years of age, yielding one to three tonnes per acre. Traditional winemaking techniques capture the great intensity of fruit and develop exceptional palate length. Only the finest Shiraz from BVE's Ebenezer growers are considered for inclusion. The team select the best blocks from a variety of soil types to create a tightly woven complex palate, it is from these superior lots that the co-operative make Ebenezer Shiraz. Fruit is traditionally vinified on skins, followed by two years in French and American oak barriques and a further eighteen months in bottle under the BVE cellars. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Dark inky black colour. Highly perfumed nose dominated by aromas of ripe plum and dark cherry, supported by vanilla oak and sweet spice. The rich palate is balanced by dark chocolate flavours and ripe dark fruit over a firm tannin backbone, rich mouthfeel and great length. A rewarding wine to breathe before service and savour over a decanter. A splendid expression of high end Barossa Valley Shiraz, powerful endowed with richness, elegance and finesse before a lingering, velvetine finish. Perfectly matched with marbled beef or Mediterranean style lamb.
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Barossa Valley Estate Entourage Shiraz 2010
Barossa
A wonderful Shiraz of depth and concentration, offering elegance and finesse, crafted by the region's most accomplished winemakers at Marananga's Barossa Valley Estate. Entourage is a tribute to the rich cultural and viticultural traditions of the Barossa. Third and fourth generation growers are devoted to their plantings of Shiraz and nurture the vines to produce the finest fruit Barossa has on offer. A long standing association, commitment and understanding of the soil, really does mean that Entourage expresses the heart and soul of Barossa.
$1200each
$14312/DOZ
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Barossa Valley Estate was established in 1985 by a group of independent growers who saw an opportunity to add value to their harvest. The operation was initialized as a co-operative, with the objective of making and marketing premium bottled wine. Today, Barossa Valley Estate really does offer the pick of the Barossa, compiled from fruit grown throughout the valley by over eighty loyal growers. This breadth of selection gives Barossa Valley Estate a unique advantage, in that the winery can fashion a selection of wines that are pure Barossa. Shiraz grapes are traditionally fermented on skins before ageing in a selection of French and American oak barrels for up to a year. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Full depth red purple colour. The nose shows hints of opulent plums, coffee and cedar with a crunch of dark berries before a burst of olive and aniseed. The palate displays sweet spicy fruit in the mid palate, all plump and juicy. Entourage is full bodied and has a melt of oozing tannins to finish. Immaculate for an approachable Barossa Shiraz, savour alongside rich game dishes, roast beef and hard cheese.
Ben Schild Reserve Shiraz 2013
Barossa
Available in cartons of six
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.
$2699each
$323DOZEN
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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. Alcohol 14.5%
 
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.
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Bethany Cabernet Merlot 2007
Barossa
Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot is sourced from the Schrapel family vineyards at Bethany and neighbouring sites along the Barossa foothills. The Bethany property is replete with vines up to forty years old which are very low yielding and produce fruit of great intensity and flavour. The special microclimate of the foothills is reflected in the bright, dark cherry colour, enticingly fragrant aroma and full flavoured, harmonious palate. The powerful structure of Cabernet is complemented by the suppleness of Merlot, a style which can be enjoyed fully whilst young.
$2599each
$311DOZEN
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Traditional viticultural practices are applied, vines are hand pruned and often hand picked. Grapes from each vineyard are kept separate throughout the wine making process until assemblage. Vinified on skins in open fermenters at controlled temperatures between 22C and 28C for eight to ten days. After traditional pressing, the wine is transferred to American and French oak hogsheads. A malolactic culture is added early to induce secondary fermentation whilst in barrel. The wine is racked after settling and minimal sulphur is added, a critical factor for natural flavour development. Matured for ten months prior to racking and assembling, followed by a light filtration. Alcohol 13.5%
 
Deep, black cherry colour. A complex bouquet displaying young vibrant fruit, lifted red berries with some overtones of oak and a slightly spiced nature. A palate of soft fine tannins and fresh red berry characters. The mouthfeel shows excellent textures, approachable and satisfying in its youth. Deeply flavoursome, gentle with overtones of light milky oak, resolving on a well balanced finish, restrained acid and long, lingering fruit. Enjoy this comforting wine with a casserole of lamb and potato, or just about anything that incorporates gruyere cheese.
Bethany GR10 Reserve Shiraz 2005
Barossa
Available in cases of 6
Bethany's reserve wines are a product of evolution rather than creation. GR has evolved into one of the Barossa's most distinguished 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. Each vintage the red wines 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, complex engaging aromas and undeniable ageing potential, only a few hundred cases are ever bottled.
$7499each
$899DOZEN
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Every year there was a single parcel of fruit which kept grabbing the attention of the Bethany winemakers. It came from a small property of less than five acres at the foothills of the Barossa ranges, planted to vines up to sixty years of age grown to classic Barossa red brown earths overlaying limestone. The small yields here deliver small berries with maximum flavour and impressive colour, whilst the breezes around the foothills ensure a gradual ripening and fine tannins. Individual parcels that are worthy of inclusion are treated to a separate vinification in open four tonne fermenters. GR 10 is matured twelve to sixteen months in a selection of new and seasoned American and French oak hogsheads. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Dense ruby red with hints of purple. Ripe plums, mulberry and chocolate notes backed by oaky vanillin nuances fill the bouquet. Plum and briar flavours on the palate are tempered by toasty oak flavours. This wine is showing good concentration and weight featuring well integrated, fine grained tannins. The finish is long and satisfying. A superb food wine that's built to last, decant before serving and enjoy with steak and kidney pie or mature cheddar.
Bethany Shiraz 2014
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.
$2499each
$299DOZEN
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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. Alcohol 14.5%
 
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.
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BVE Entourage Cabernet Merlot 2009
Barossa
Entourage is both adherent and partisan, an outspoken proponent, cast in the mould of the great Barossa Valley Estate's flagship E&E wines. The experience from generations of viticulture and a succession of internationally acclaimed vintages all play a role in the genesis of Entourage. Parcels of Barossa grown Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon are fashioned into a generously flavoured, forward drinking red wine with polished fruit and velvet tannins, realizing fully the vision of the growers, makers and entourage of devotees who contribute to the experience.
$1299each
$155DOZEN
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Barossa Valley Estate are old hands, the progeny of generations who have worked the land and planted vines throughout much of the Barossa's viticultural history. The temperature fluctuations of Barossa Valley can be extreme, making it difficult for the tempermental Cabernet to achieve it's full potential. The team at BVE know the valley well, all it's mildest microclimes and most favourable sites. Grapes are treated to a pre ferment cold soak and maceration followed by a traditional vinification in small batch fermenters. Upon completion, batches are seeded for malolactic and transferred to a selection of mostly seasoned French oak barrels for a term of ageing and integration. Alcohol 14.0%
 
Rich ruby red colour. Complex aromatic nose of chocolate mint, cassis and perfumed French oak. The palate offers a multitude of Barossa characters, a concentration of dark berry flavours, plums and Cabernet leaf over a structure of fine, mellow tannins, brought forward by the Merlot for a wine of exceptional length. Serve alongside pork sausages, rich tomato based pasta or slow cooked lamb.
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Cat Amongst The Pigeons Nine Lives Shiraz 2009
Barossa
For well over a decade, Rosedale have been nurturing their splendid vineyards across the western ridge of Barossa Valley. Nine Lives exhibits power with finesse, spice fruit character and weight in unison.
$1499each
$179DOZEN
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The Rosedale team endeavour to isolate the finest harvests of Shiraz from multiple blocks within the estate's western Barossa vineyards, stretching from Lyndoch in the south through to Seppeltsfield and Greenock in the north, to create a wine which truly represents a Cat Amongst the Pigeons. Bunches are destemmed and crushed to various sized open fermentation vessels. The must is inoculated with cultured winery yeasts, flavour and structure builds from a regimen of balanced pumpovers throughout seven days of fermentations on skins. Components are pressed and transferred to a selection of new and seasoned French and American oak hogsheads for fifteen months maturation prior to assembling. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Vibrant, bright and rich deep red with crimson hues. Aromas of light cherry, fresh plum and raspberry, whole black pepper and spice, with perfumed white peach and violet floral notes. Light and dark berried fruits with a savoury and spiced complexity leading to an even weighted palate which flows seamlessly with the aid of layered tannins promoting length. Good natural acidity increases the persistence of this balanced, elegant and stylish wine.
Charles Cimicky Autograph Shiraz 2013
Barossa
Available by the dozen
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.
$3199each
$383DOZEN
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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.
Charles Cimicky Reserve Shiraz 2012
Barossa
Available in cartons of six
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.
Charles Melton Kirche Shiraz 2015
Barossa
Available by the dozen
A collation of choice parcels Shiraz from the Krondorf Village districts in Barossa. All grapes are dry grown and great emphasis is placed on the quality of fruit. Yields are extremely low, often only one or two tonne per acre. Parcels are vinified and assembled to contruct the most complete wine, in terms of balance between pure fruit flavours and earthy/ gamey qualities. A style which has a kiss of sweet oak, allowing the rich fragrance and flavours of old dry grown vines to remain at the fore, a Shiraz of intense flavours and richness by a Barossa master.
$3499each
$419DOZEN
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Blocks of vine are picked in different lots to provide a full range of flavours. Parcels are treated to the full Charles Melton melange of techniques, whole bunch fermentation along with destemmed but uncrushed fruit. Cap management techniques include pigeage and hand plunging, as well as daily pumpovers throughout a week of vinification. Batches are filled to a mix of French and American oak barriques for completion of ferments, at a range of alcohols between 12.0% and 17.0%, fortuitously not too much quantity at either extreme, delivering a fascinating palate from which to assemble. An extended course of two years maturation on gross lees achieves a Barossa Shiraz of outstanding weight and complexity.
 
Lovely deep dark colour. Intense black fruits with a little smoky oak influence showing through. Very lifted nose with a faint camphor/ methanol note but not intrusive. An array of plum and blackberrry flavours seasoned by a twist of the pepper mill, a long spicy palate showing cedar oak and savoury chocolate, finishing with firm, rounded tannins. The weight of fruit is there, the elegance shines through.
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