Gundagai Shiraz: Ruby red in colour, the first thing you notice are rich, intense aromas of blackberry and black cherry with hints of charry oak. The palate is rich with juicy berry fruits coupled with a unique mineral character and subtle vanillin and cedar box notes. The palate is velvety with soft, well integrated tannins.
Heathcote Shiraz: Intense black cherry aromas coupled with hints of raspberry, vanilla, chocolate and earthy complexity. Sweet raspberry flavours with elements of fresh chalky cocoa-like tannin, married with blueberry and sweet toasty oak flavours that brings good length to a well-balanced palate.
Coonawarra Shiraz: Crimson in appearance with purple hues and showing exceptional varietal character and longevity. Expressive aromas reminiscent of ground black pepper, black cherries and liquorice are complimented by the complex spicy notes of nutmeg and cinnamon derived from the use of new French and American oak barrels. The full-bodied palate is rich, ripe and concentrated with expressive layers of blackberry, black cherry, integrated oak and a complex tannin structure.
Mount Lofty Shiraz: Red with inky deep purple hues, this Shiraz displays blackcurrant and plum intertwined with subtle hints of eucalypt and white pepper. The palate is rewarding and intense with rich, soft tannin and a wonderful balance of blackforest fruits and rich, toasty oak.
Barossa Shiraz: Impenetrable, almost black in colour with youthful and vibrant purple hues. The aromas are powerful with a wealth of fruit ranging from ripe black cherries to blackberries with hints of pepper and spice. The rich, harmonious palate displays soft flavours of blackberries and chocolate. These abundant flavours are underpinned by the fine French oak and defined by exciting spicy tannins.
High Eden Bonsai Shiraz Cabernet: Violet with vibrant purple hues, it has intense aromas of blueberry, cassis, liquorice, plum and toasty oak. Subtle and well integrated tannins marry pwerfectly with the soft and elegant palate showing leather, cigar box and cherry.
Taste them togther or separetly and explore the differences today! We would love to hear your tasting notes and comments.