Australians love their Shiraz, Cabernet, Tasmanian "champers," Chardys, and Rieslings. Fine examples of these varietals, along with GSM blends, have been shown to be cellar worthy. In fact, Peter Mitchell MW says that Australia's finest Shiraz and Cabernets do not show their best for at least twenty years. Iconic producers such as Penfolds, Rockford, Langmeil, and others are now world famous due to the quality and age-ability of their wines.

Jim Barry 2013 McRae Wood Shiraz 750ml


Deep garnet purple in color, the 2013 The McRae Wood Shiraz has a profound nose with black plums, berries and cherries, alongside spice box, violets, cedar and toast. Full, rich and chewy, though with slightly astringent tannins, the oak is poking out a...

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Henschke 2014 Keyneton Estate Euphonium 750ml


There's a distinctive overtone of black walnut here, adding a note of maturity and complexity to the core of wild strawberry and raspberry flavors, with aromatic details of dried porcino, green tea and spice box. The tannins are taut, firming on the...

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Farrside By Farr 2015 Pinot Noir 750ml


The current release, By Farr's 2015 Farrside Pinot Noir is by turns dark and brooding and bright and fresh. It almost seems to depend which sip one takes. Is it black cherries or raspberries? Earthy and meaty or red-fruited and pure? That's the level of...

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Penfolds 2015 Grange 750ml


The nose of the 2015 Grange features the wine's characteristic lifted aromas, joined by pronounced American oak influence and bold blackberry fruit, plus hints of red meat, raspberries, asphalt and vanilla. It's dense and concentrated on the palate,...

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