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Shiraz  & Shiraz Blends


2002 Annie's Lane Copper Trail Shiraz     Multi-Trophy Winner; "Hyper-rich, luscious, dense fruit with great tannin structure and extreme length; oak is there, but the fruit is the fat lady's song. Will live for a very long time" - James Halliday, 96 points; "smooth, stylish and savoury shiraz presents searingly concentrated flavours of cassis, dark plums and red berries laced with cinnamon, cloves, white pepper and dark Swiss chocolate" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "A big, powerful, concentrated Clare Valley shiraz... Very long finish, a real stayer" - Huon Hooke, 94 points *****; "Clare at its best. Intense blackberry and chocolate fruit flavours framed about by charry oak. Sinuous tannins. Balanced and beautifully integrated, a wine for lovers of the big and the bold" - Paul Foster    $64.95 per bottle

2005 Annie's Lane Copper Trail Shiraz     Winner - 2009 Winestate World's Greatest Shiraz Challenge; Winner - 2009 Visy's Great Australian Shiraz Challenge; 5 Trophies at various Australian Wine Shows; "This has been a star of the wine show circuit, and it's not hard to see why... if you like a big, high-quality red, hunt this down. It's a big softie!... It hits your tongue like a mat of wet velvet and slips all the way to the back of your throat in one delicious flow of unfettered flavour" - Campbell Mattinson, 95 points; "A rich, supple, round medium- to full-bodied palate; fleshy and blackberry and plum fruit; ripe tannins" - James Halliday, 94 points; "Long and smooth, this supple and elegant shiraz has a heady, dark and spicy perfume of blackberries, dark plums and cedar ... Deeply layered but restrained and fine-grained, it steadily builds intensity of flavour towards a long, savoury and charmingly balanced finish" - Jeremy Oliver, 93 points $59.95 per bottle

2002 Ballast Stone Estate Shiraz      Top 100 of 2004 Sydney International Wine Competition    $24.95 per bottle

2001 Bannockburn Shiraz    James Halliday - 95 points; Jeremy Oliver - 95 points; "Another classic Bannockburn... impeccable drinking" - Divine Magazine    $59.95 per bottle

1997 Barossa Valley Estate E&E Black Pepper Shiraz      $115.00 per bottle

2000 Berrys Bridge Shiraz     "As concentrated and complex as ever, with strong plum and dark berry fruit" - James Halliday, 94 points   $55.00 per bottle

2017 Bests Great Western Bin 0 Shiraz     "It has very good depth and intensity of flavour. There's a sweet-fruit middle and considerable elegance. It showed more fruit and complexity with airing, including some pepper and a slight balsamic-herb bunchy note. Potential plus. A superb wine in the making. Footnote: a day later, exposure to air had brought more out of the wine. Wonderfully deep and complex" - Huon Hooke, 97 points; "The deepest colour and largest build of the Best's Shirazs, here black and blue fruits have fine, but not apologetic, tannins running alongside the fruits - which don't give it (the tannins) even a passing glance" - James Halliday, 96 points  $74.95 per bottle

2016 Bests Great Western Bin 0 Shiraz     "Very complex indeed. The wine is concentrated and powerful, with tremendously detailed flavour including lots of spice and a hint of pepper. A thoroughly majestic wine of boundless complexity and persistence, all hung on an impressively authoritative structure" - Huon Hooke, 97 points; "A great vintage of this famous wine, powerfully concentrated and densely flavoured with a bouquet of complex spices, dried herbs and black fruits with black pepper and star anise highlights. A big, dense wine with a long future; it's very complex at this tender age" - Gourmet Traveller, 97 points; "There should be no doubt that this is absolutely of world quality. It ticks each and every box with its deep colour, evocative bouquet... a long and velvety palate, the finish simply wanting you to start the process over again" - James Halliday, 96 points  $77.95 per bottle

2015 Bests Great Western Bin 0 Shiraz     "Has remarkable power and intensity to the array of black fruits, licorice, spice and pepper flavours bound by French oak. Intensity is the keyword" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Subtle spices, red and dark fruits, intense and stylish, lovely balance, soft but ample tannins and good length. An elegant vintage, with a big future ahead of it" - Huon Hooke, 95 points; "This is shiraz as a class act. Cherried, plummy, minty, flushed with acidity, mid-weight and yet ultimately complex. It's velvety, it tastes of chicory, kirsch and peppercorn, it is influenced by sweet, cedary, toasty oak and it's firm with fine-grained tannin. It is ultra-young and has an ultra-long future ahead" - Campbell Mattinson, 94 points  $77.95 per bottle

2004 Bests Great Western Bin 0 Shiraz    "A lovely wine, with great texture and silky mouthfeel; fine, savoury tannins are woven through the blackberry and plum fruit; perfectly judged oak" - James Halliday, 95 points; "It is a privilege to be able to taste these wines and stain your teeth with its glory. And if you are remotely serious about collecting wine, this bottle should be in your cellar" - Matthew Jukes, 100 Best Australian Wines 2008; "Deeply layered, dark and savoury shiraz... It's deep, dark and ethereal, encapsulating powerful, densely packed dark meaty fruits that slowly emerge with scents of black pepper and a suggestion of mint. Underpinned by an iron-like rod of tannin, it's a long-term wine with a huge future" - Jeremy Oliver, 93 points; "Best Bin 0 since 1998! Perfectly balanced" - Winery; "Wonderful, dense, full-flavoured and very long" - Ken Gargett     $84.95 per bottle

1997 Bests Great Western Bin 0 Shiraz     James Halliday - 92 points; Jeremy Oliver - 90 points $87.95 per bottle

2004 Bests Great Western Bin 1 Shiraz    "Simply one of the most delicious early-drinking Victorian shirazes around... sensational value" - Jeremy Oliver, 93 points  $36.50 per bottle

2014 Bests Thomson Family Shiraz    JAMES HALLIDAY WINE OF THE YEAR 2017: "This is a ravishing wine with a velvet and satin mouthfeel, and a rainbow of black, purple and blue fruits. Supple tannins are somewhere in the mix, likewise French oak, but don't bother dissecting what is an exquisite wine. As a point of principle, I'm not going to give 100 points for a table wine, but if I were, this would get the nod. Drink by 2054" - James Halliday, 99 points  $345.00 per bottle

2004 Bests Thomson Family Shiraz    Jeremy Oliver - 95 points; Gourmet Traveller Wine *****; James Halliday - 95 points  $225.00 per bottle

2002 Billa Bridge Shiraz     "... exceptional value shiraz " Quaff 2004; Epicure Uncorked ****    $15.50 per bottle

2017 Blackjack Chortles Edge Shiraz    "Blackjack keeps it real. In a good way. Seems fresher and (slightly) lighter than previous editions but it's none the lesser for it. It's still creamy and plum-shot and it boasts excellent texture and flow. It just tips into licorice territory, pretty much always a good thing. Value once again is very good" - Campbell Mattinson, 91 points    $22.95 per bottle

2000 Bowen Estate Shiraz       "Crammed full of personality and flavour... A rich, traditional style" - James Halliday, 94 points; Jeremy Oliver 94 points; "It's rich, spicy and gamy, with outstanding flesh and structure. At this price, one of the real steals in red wine from Australia" - Robert Whitley, 93 points      $45.00 per bottle

1996 Bowen Estate Shiraz      Jeremy Oliver 94 points     $54.95 per bottle

2001 Brindabella Hills Shiraz        "An outstanding wine with an excellent show pedigree... Great future" - James Halliday, 94 points; lovely cool climate shiraz from the Canberra district    $32.50 per bottle

2001 Brokenwood Graveyard Shiraz      "A veritable icon, from a low yielding, single vineyard, and not made every year... The black fruits of the bouquet have touches of regional earth backed by subtle oak; the palate offers much sweeter flavours, mixing blackberry and cherry through to a long finish. Surprising finesse" - James Halliday, 95 points & Top 100 of 2003   $250.00 per bottle

2015 Brown Magpie Single Vineyard Geelong Shiraz      "A shiraz with great flavour, texture, intensity and complexity. Its length and balance are also of a high order. Red and black cherry, spice, licorice and espresso coffee join with the tannins and oak of a great win" - James Halliday, 96 points    $36.95 per bottle

2014 Buckshot Vineyard Heathcote Shiraz  A brilliant follow-up to the all conquering 2013 vintage. An extremely compelling wine for the moderate price, the medium-bodied palate with exceptional balance and length. Blackberry, licorice, chocolate and earthy flavours meld beautifully together with the oak and tannins; lovely mouthfeel and texture complete a very harmonious package  $29.95 per bottle

2005 Buckshot Vineyard Heathcote Shiraz  "A potent wine with singular intensity on the palate, the flavours of blackberry, cherry and a dash of spice; the finish is long and even, bolstered by fine tannins and smoky oak" - James Halliday, 94 points  $36.95 per bottle

2018 By Farr Shiraz     "Superfine, silky-soft tannins, seamless texture, tidy berries and spices to close. Refreshing acidity in balance. An exceptional, northern Rhône-style shiraz that is already drinking beautifully" - Huon Hooke, 97 points; "A special wine. It's all tang and undergrowth, cherries and peppery spices but putting names to the individual flavours doesn't do the overall effect justice. This is a wine of fresh-faced beauty; it's a glance and a wink and a nod all rolled into one. How. It doesn't take you long into the first glass to start wondering how they did it. It tastes like a kind of magic" - Campbell Mattinson, 97 points    $69.95 per bottle

2014 By Farr Shiraz     "A very elegant shiraz reflecting its modest alcohol, the moderating effect of viognier, and gentle winemaking extraction. Spicy red fruits are already supple, and the balance of oak and tannins can't be faulted. Shortly put, it could be drunk tomorrow. Drink by 2039" - James Halliday, 96 points; "The palate is superbly elegant and finely-textured, intense and long while balanced and supple in texture. A superb cool-climate shiraz" - Huon Hooke, 95 points     $74.95 per bottle

2013 By Farr Shiraz     "A peak release. Generous and rich, at least in a regional context, but with no lack of tannin or complexity. Nutty, smoky, spicy notes fling and fly through vibrant cherry-plum fruit. Smoky, roasted, savoury tannin aplenty. Cool-climate shiraz from a warm season. Nailed, square, to the quality mast" - Campbell Mattinson, 95+ points     $74.95 per bottle

2012 Cahoots Barossa Valley Shiraz      Barossa Valley & Eden Valley at its best; A full bodied shiraz, brimming with blackberry, plum and cherry fruits. The finish is long, layered and powerful. A very impressive wine    $21.95 per bottle

2009 Cahoots Barossa Valley Shiraz       Produced by the formidable team of Corey Ryan and Simon Cowhan (the winemaker and viticulturist behind the Sons of Eden venture); A ripper of a Barosssa shiraz with elegance and power seamlessly combined. Ripe, lush and intensely focussed black fruits on the full-bodied palate have great depth and complexity for such a modestly priced shiraz. Wonderful value. Back-up the truck     $23.95 per bottle

2002 Cape Barren Old Vine Shiraz       Epicure Uncorked *****; Trophy for Best Shiraz at National Boutique Wine Awards; Wine Spectator - 92 points  (90-94 pts outstanding)    $35.95 per bottle

2002 Carlei Green Vineyards Heathcote Shiraz      " outstanding shiraz a top wine. " Huon Hooke; The Wine Front - 91 points    $29.95 per bottle

2006 Chalkers Crossing Hilltops Shiraz      "A stunning cool-climate shiraz" - Sally Gudgeon; "Vibrant, focused, long and even, with real depth to the fruit" - James Halliday, 94 points    $39.95 per bottle

1996 Charles Cimicky Signature Shiraz       $75.00 per bottle

1993 Charles Cimicky Signature Shiraz       $75.00 per bottle

1992 Charles Cimicky Signature Shiraz       $75.00 per bottle

1991 Charles Cimicky Signature Shiraz       $80.00 per bottle

2001 Cheviot Bridge Yea Valley Shiraz        James Halliday - 92 points; Jeremy Oliver - 91 points    $27.95 per bottle

2002 Christa Rolf Shiraz Grenache      "... gloriously hedonistic" - Max Allen; Jeremy Oliver - 90 points  $21.95 per bottle

2006 Claymore 'Dark Side Of The Moon' Shiraz   Clare Valley value - a voluptuous wine with loads of sweet berry fruit; TROPHY FOR BEST SHIRAZ - 2008 Clare Valley Wine Show; "A dark, concentrated and very serious wine... the overall impression is fine and complex" - James Halliday, 94 points   $28.95 per bottle

2005 Claymore 'Dark Side Of The Moon' Shiraz   Another absolutely delicious Clare Valley shiraz from the outstanding 2005 Clare vintage; "Ripe and full-flavoured" - The Wine Advocate, 90 points   $28.95 per bottle

2015 Clonakilla Hilltops Shiraz   "This is another cracking release under the Hilltops label. Superbly balanced with an impeccably silky and fine palate, it is a wine you must put in the cellar: it is lovely now, but will reward those who can resist for as long as possible" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Hilltops shiraz at its most elegant. Yes. This is good. Complete. Spicy, well-fruited, taut but expressive... If mid-weight, savoury-accented reds are your go, you can't go wrong here" - Campbell Mattinson, 93 points   $34.95 per bottle

2010 Clonakilla Shiraz Viognier    "An elegant, cool, spice-laden Clonakilla that I adore! Beautifully floral, swimming in violets, exotic spice sarsaparilla, tiny dark berries and white and green pepper. Taut and edgy with beautifully honed, fineground, granitic tannins. Sensational reflection of a cooler season" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "A highly fragrant bouquet of red fruits and subtle spices leads into a medium-bodied palate; here more savoury characters join the red fruit flavours, lengthening the finish and aftertaste" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Less hedonostic than recent releases - which isn't necessarily a bad thing... It feels sure of itself in your mouth. I suspect it has a beautiful future ahead of it" - The Wine Front, 95 points   $145.00 per bottle

2009 Clonakilla Shiraz Viognier    "WINE OF THE YEAR: This wine has just ramped up another notch... with more texture, structure and layers of depth than any previous vintage" - Jeremy Oliver, 98 points; "The palate delivers a wonderful mixture of opulent fruit, savoury complexity, and silky fine tannins that persist for an incredibly long time" - James Halliday, 97 points; "It's a superb release. It is so silken, so finely tannic, and so persisten... The way its tannin curls through the finish is quite astonishing" - The Wine Front, 98 points   $145.00 per bottle

2006 Clonakilla Shiraz Viognier    "Exceptionally powerful, rich and concentrated" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Gorgeously perfumed wine with a soothing palate of utter finesse and monumental persistence" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "Very good indeed; elegant and long" - Huon Hooke, 95+ points; The Wine Advocate - 95 points; "Another wonderful release under this label... an overwhelming sense of sophistication" - The Wine Front, 95 points   $145.00 per bottle

2004 Coriole Shiraz      James Halliday - 94 points; "... offers exceptional value" - Jeremy Oliver, 92 points; Winewise - Highly Recommended     $38.50 per bottle

2013 Craggy Range Le Sol Syrah    "The aromatics have real intensity and penetrating depth... the palate exudes sheer elegance and proportion, with finely concentrated, tightly bound, ripe blackberry fruit flavours. Waves of spices, black pepper and violet florals unfold, adding detail. The mouthfeel is lively, vibrant and poised with fine, lacy acidity, and the wine flows with energy and tension. The fruit is underlined by fine-grained, satin-like tannins, balancing the fruit sweetness, and carrying through to a very long, concentrated, elegant finish of spices, florals and pepper. This is a beautifully elegant, concentrated, black-fruited Syrah with finesse, vitality and refined structure" - Raymond Chan, 19.5+ points out of 20; "Craggy Range's flagship wine from a vintage that has been hailed as 'once in a lifetime'. Dense but not a heavy wine, lithe rather than blockbuster... A truly classic Le Sol" - Bob Campbell MW, 98 points; "Brooding sweet black cherry and blackberry fruit nose... The palate shows sweet fruit, a taut presence and stylish spicy notes, together with a bit of pepper and well handled oak. A superb effort that on day 2 picks up some intensity and fleshiness. An exciting wine" - Jamie Goode, 94 points    $99.95 per bottle

2010 Craiglee Shiraz       "Supple, and stylish... long and elegant, with a pure, pristine core of red, black and blue berry flavours carried along by a fine, firm undercarriage. It finishes fresh and focused, with a lingering core of deep fruit tightly knit with fine-grained oak and a pronounced savoury quality" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points; "An archetypal fragrant Craiglee bouquet, with a panoply of spicy peppery red and black cherry fruits precisely reflected in the light- to medium-bodied palate; it has perfect balance and length" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Craiglee is a revered name among lovers of cool climate Australian shiraz, and rightly so... It's a super release of Craiglee shiraz. Quite plush in the mouth too... exquisitely well balanced... Persistence assured" - The Wine Front, 94 points*  $64.95 per bottle

2000 Dalwhinnie Eagle Series Shiraz     The Wine Front - 97 points;   Jeremy Oliver - 95 points; James Halliday - 94 points     $179.95 per bottle

2007 Dalwhinnie Moonambel Shiraz     "A marvellous combination of elegance and intensity, the rippling red and black fruit flavours perfectly balanced by silky tannins and oak; extreme length and great balance" - James Halliday, 97 points; "One of Australia's great wine treasures... As good as perfect. Here's that rare beast: it has smoothness, length of flavour, layers to its personality and deliciousness to boot. It has the tannin to age long-term, the balance to make it drink terrifically at any stage of its life and the class to make it stand out" - The Big Red Book 2009/10, 97 points   $75.00 per bottle

2006 Dalwhinnie Moonambel Shiraz     "Complex and layered" - James Halliday, 95 points; "My kind of wine" - The Wine Front, 95 points  $69.95 per bottle

2004 Dalwhinnie Moonambel Shiraz     ""A world-class shiraz from one of Victoria's best vineyards" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; "Never before have I heard him (David Jones) this excited" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; The Wine Front - 94 points; James Halliday - 94 points  $85.00 per bottle

2003 Dalwhinnie Moonambel Shiraz     "... Great potential" - ***** Gourmet Traveller Wine - 94 points     $70.00 per bottle

2002 Dalwhinnie Moonambel Shiraz     "Every element of this bottle is astounding" - Decanter Magazine *****; "This was my shiraz of the year" - Tyson Stelzer, 94 points; James Halliday - 93 points;   "... best ever" David Jones   $85.00 per bottle

2001 Dalwhinnie Moonambel Shiraz     "Brilliant, brilliant, coolish climate Shiraz" - Matthew Jukes, Top 100 Australian Wines 2005; The Wine Front - 96 points; Jeremy Oliver - 94 points   $85.00 per bottle

2000 Dalwhinnie Moonambel Shiraz     "An exceptionally concentrated and powerful wine" - James Halliday, 96 points; Jeremy Oliver - 95 points   $95.00 per bottle

2002 D'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz       Jeremy Oliver - 94 points; James Halliday - 94 points; Robert Parker - 92 points     $84.95 per bottle

2004 Dead Horse Hill  Heathcote Shiraz   Superb;  "A bargain for a wine of this style" - James Halliday, 94 points;   **** Gourmet Traveller Wine  - 91 points   $34.95 per bottle

2004 Dog Ridge Digs Vineyard Shiraz       A magnificent McLaren Vale shiraz from a block of low-yielding 60 year-old shiraz vines    $32.95 per bottle

2002 Dog Ridge DV7 Shiraz       Superb; James Halliday - 92 points; Torbwine.com   ****      $36.50 per bottle

2001 Dog Ridge DV7 Shiraz       Wine Spectator - 93 points  (90-94 pts outstanding) ; Winestate   ****     $32.50 per bottle

2004 Dog Ridge Original Plantings Shiraz     A tour de force, made from a tiny block of pre-clonal original plantings in the 1940's; only 70 dozen produced     $79.95 per bottle

2006 Dog Ridge Shirtfront Shiraz     Delicious shiraz from old vines; "The great '06 vintage to the fore; excellent regional typicity, with blackberry fruit, dark chocolate, spice and oak seamlessly welded on the long, medium- to full-bodied palate" - James Halliday, 94 points    $26.95 per bottle

2019 Duke's Magpie Hill Reserve Shiraz    $39.95 per bottle

2018 Duke's Magpie Hill Reserve Shiraz   "The palate exceptionally focused and full-bodied, yet it has the Duke's lightness of touch courtesy of contract winemaking by Rob Diletti of Castle Rock. This is a great wine with a very long future" - James Halliday, 97 points; "Lovely. Medium-weight and spicy - the underlying berry fruit is remarkably pristine. Oak is fully integrated, fruit rightfully given centre stage. Prodigious length, acidity and tannins balanced and allow this wine to flow. Sensational" - Nick Butler, 96 points    $44.95 per bottle

2014 Elderton Command Shiraz    "This is power corseted by a filmy, gossamer texture and sheer, strident vinosity. Put it this way, the wine could come from nowhere else, yet the overall impression is one of Elderton's newfound restraint. Oodles of dark fruit, anise, tar, camphor and a Cadbury milk chocolate creaminess coat the palate" - Ned Goodwin, 97 points; "It's full-bodied and lush across the palate, creamy in texture, impressive in its concentration and balanced by a crisp, fruit-driven finish. Quintessential Barossa Shiraz" - Joe Czerwinski, 96 points; "It's a big, sweet, bruising shiraz but it's also a well balanced one... Warmth is everywhere but flavour washes with it. It's an excellent example of the bigger, almost to the point of exaggeration, style of shiraz" - Campbell Mattinson, 94 points; " Dark chocolate, dense, concentrated and oaky. It needs more time" - Huon Hooke, 94 points    $135.00 per bottle

2013 Elderton Command Shiraz    "The oak and the fruit have fast become inseparable. Rich blackberry, coal, earth and coffee-cream flavours cascade onto the palate and on out through the finish. Dry, filigreed tannin builds as the wine breathes; you only notice it once you're safe in its embrace. Both old school and new school at once; it's elegant and rich, unafraid of oak but blessed with pure, dark berried fruit" - Campbell Mattinson, 97 points; "There is undoubted depth of flavour and big tannin structure here, concentration and density, with mocha and espresso coffee flavours. Very much in the Command style and a lovely rich wine with food" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "Full-bodied, rich and opulently fruited on the palate, if offers lovely harmony and depth with a velvety frame and great length" - Robert Parker, 96 points; "Elderton Command is, well, back in command for the 2013 vintage... Full bodied, dark chocolate, dried mint, firm tannin is spread thickly through the wine, deep rich fruit flavour married to toasty oak with seams of Barossa coal, settled acidity, super length. It's all go, and yet there's a pleasing sense of restraint here too. Excellent release" - Gary Walsh, 95 points; "Juicy, full-bodied Australian red wine with black fruit yet not over-oaked. Loaded with layers of lapping pleasure with a long finish. Meaty and savoury and lip-smacking delicious. Sink your senses into this one. Elderton commands respect from wine lovers" - Natalie MacLean, 94 points    $145.00 per bottle

2010 Elderton Command Shiraz    "Deeply complex, with dark fruits and a decent splash of well-weighted oak. Blackberry and licorice, spices and dark chocolate are all in this wonderful statement of the best in the Barossa, delivered with a degree of finesse and style" - Ray Jordan, 97 points; "The Command Shiraz is an icon of Australian wine... The palate has layers of depth, oak is generous with a spicy coconut richness, however the concentration of plum and blackberry provides more than a contrast. The drive and length on the finish is profound" - Patrick Eckel, 95 points; "Full-bodied, very structured and still showing the oak, the palate is fresh, very clean and pure with plenty of spice lingering in the long finish" - Lisa Perrotti-Brown, 95 points; "A very elegant and refined shiraz that fully lives up to its reputation; fragrant red and black fruits have a garland of spicy oak on the bouquet, a message that is faithfully reproduced on the long, medium-bodied palate" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Full bodied, not heavy especially, with an almost silky web of tannin and quite pronounced acidity... Long and slightly saline in the aftertaste, and if you'll humour me, it kind of feels very clearly drawn. Probably will cellar for as long as you want to keep it" - Gary Walsh, 94 points    $145.00 per bottle

2017 Eldorado Road Perseverance Old Vine Shiraz   "This deserves some respect, so don't rush it. Let it breathe and come to life, for the fruit comes off vines planted in the 1890s... This unfurls to reveal a delicacy and yet it's full of flavour of zesty red fruits, a hint of licorice and more besides. It's the contentment across the palate and the astonishingly fine and pure tannins that really set this apart" - Jane Faulkner, 96 points; "It's perfumed. It's tense. It's just above medium bodied. Boysenberry, crunch of cranberry acidity, spiced biscuit, earth and apple skin. Tannin is sure and well-knit, it has bite and energy, and don't mind me, something of an Italianate quality about it. Fresh finish, long too, but with some tar and ferrous character. I think it will live for a very long time" - Gary Walsh, 95+ points; "The palate is full-bodied and deep, plush and ample in texture, with masses of tannins but they're fine tannins and not coarse or oaky or bitter. A big wine and a very successful balancing act. The palate has a lot of fresh acidity, which keeps it all fresh and lively. Long-term potential" - Huon Hooke, 95 points    $62.95 per bottle

2004 Elgo Estate Strathbogie Ranges Shiraz    Multiple Trophy Winner; Halliday's Top 100 of 2006 - 95 points; "A classy, seductive young shiraz . Excellent value" - Winewise    $28.95 per bottle

2016 Fallen Giants Shiraz      MAXIMUM ORDER OF 2 DOZEN PER PERSON; "This has classic Grampians shiraz flavours; all black fruits and a strongly structured palate with a rocky edge to the fruit on the mid-palate; spices, cracked pepper and licorice all at maximum levels. Indeed, you would never have believed it possible that an even bigger wine would exist a few metres up the hill. Let me say, however that although this is super-full-bodied, it doesn't rely on tannins. Drink by 2045" - James Halliday, 98 points; "A study in elegance. Such sweet control, such savoury charm. It doesn't scream the words Grampians shiraz; it purrs them into a microphone. Plums, cherries, nuts, and low-but-important-levels of peppers and associated spices. Oak has been pinned immaculately to the fruit. It all sings through the finish. Modern and traditional at once. It feels completely unforced. Bless it. Drink: 2022 - 2040" - Campbell Mattinson, 95 points       $37.95 per bottle

2002 Fox Creek JSM Shiraz Cabernet Franc      Winestate  ****        $26.50 per bottle

2001 Fox Creek JSM Shiraz Cabernet Franc      "The first half of the bottle didn't even touch the sides... rich,ripe,dark fruit,primary shiraz characters, incredibly smooth and drinkable" - Wine Spectator, 92+ points (90-94 Outstanding); Jeremy Oliver 91 points; "A well-balanced, medium-bodied palate with sweet, chocolatey fruit and ripe tannins. Trophy and gold medal winner at the McLaren Vale Wine Show" - James Halliday, 90 points   $26.50 per bottle

1999 Fox Creek JSM Shiraz Cabernet Franc     OUTSTANDING VALUE      $28.50 per bottle

2002 Fox Creek Reserve Shiraz       "Best reserve yet... odds on favourite"  - Divine Magazine; "A wonderful depth and brightness of pristine, perfectly ripened blackberry and blackcurrant fruit" - Jeremy Oliver, 93 points    $80.00 per bottle

1999 Fox Creek Reserve Shiraz       "Sex in a bottle? You betcha! Equal to, if not better than the '98. Sublime wine" - Divine Magazine; Jeremy Oliver - 95 points  $90.00 per bottle

1998 Fox Creek Reserve Shiraz       Robert Parker - 98 points     $110.00 per bottle

1997 Fox Creek Reserve Shiraz       Robert Parker - 96 points     $90.00 per bottle

1996 Fox Creek Reserve Shiraz       Robert Parker - 95 points; James Halliday - 95 points     $105.00 per bottle

2017 Fox Creek Short Row Shiraz       A lovely wine, the essence of McLaren Vale, capturing all that is good from a great vintage. Full-bodied black fruits, dark chocolate and licorice caress the palate in a controlled and balanced fashion. The finish is superb - juicy, fresh and supported by supple tannins - and demands the next mouthful be tasted; "The savoury, spicy palate has the indelible stamp of the '17 vintage from the opening sniff to the last taste" - James Halliday, 95 points   $32.95 per bottle

2001 Fox Creek Short Row Shiraz       Epicure Uncorked   *****; Jeremy Oliver - 91 points; James Halliday - 91 points   $36.95 per bottle

2000 Fox Creek Short Row Shiraz       Winestate   *****    $36.95 per bottle

2003 Frankland Estate Isolation Ridge Shiraz   Incredibly fine-grained and elegant; James Halliday - 94 points; "A pristine, cool climate shiraz" - Peter Forrestal  $32.95 per bottle

1999 Frankland Estate Isolation Ridge Shiraz   $37.95 per bottle

2012 Gemtree Uncut Shiraz     "This is a McLaren Vale powerhouse, with great depth to its layers of velvety black fruits, adorned by splashes of dark chocolate, licorice and cedar, the tannins perfectly balanced. Exceptional value" - James Halliday - 95 points; "This release hits the groove and rolls with it from start to finish... This is a very good (indeed, excellent) release of this popular label" - Campbell Mattinson, 93 points   $26.95 per bottle

2002 Gemtree Uncut Shiraz   "... very impressive indeed" - Jeremy Oliver; "the sleeper in the portfolio" - Winery Vertical, 18.75 points; Tyson Stelzer - 91 points; James Halliday - 92 points   $29.95 per bottle

2009 Georges Block 1 Clare Valley Shiraz      ABSOLUTELY OUTSTANDING VALUE. Single Vineyard shiraz from the five acre Block 1 planting ; the full flavoured palate is an exercise in controlled generosity; long, intense, lingering black fruit flavours... the French oak perfectly judged   $21.95 per bottle

2010 Glaetzer Amon-Ra Barossa Shiraz    "Hugely concentrated but wonderfully supple and subtle at the same time... It is a remarkably elegant and stylish Barossa red, with so much to like" - Ray Jordan, 95 points; "The palate reveals even more dark fruits, more depth, in fact, more of everything, and that is the essence of the wine; this will go the distance, and if you like impressive wines, then search no further" - James Halliday, 95 points   $110.00 per bottle

2009 Glaetzer Amon-Ra Barossa Shiraz   Robert Parker - 96+ points; "The palate proclaiming the exceptional quality of the fruit and the mastery of Ben Glaetzer, able to invest this shiraz with so much dark berry flavour yet retain elegance. A beautiful wine" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Modern, smooth and stylish, deeply and evenly ripened, with pleasing weight, elegance and suppleness. Rich and earthy but closed and withdrawn... long, silky and lusciou" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points   $115.00 per bottle

2010 Glenwillow Vineyard Bendigo Shiraz  Up there with the best Bendigo shiraz; "Perfumed, supple and vibrant core of black cherry and dark plum frui... good line, balance and length... strong regional example" - GenXY Wines; "A smooth, supple medium-bodied palate reflects the black fruit aromas with nicely balanced new and used French oak" - James Halliday, 90 points    $27.95 per bottle

1997 Goundrey Reserve Shiraz        $45.00 per bottle

1995 Goundrey Reserve Shiraz        $55.00 per bottle

1991 Grant Burge (Filsell) Shiraz       $60.00 per bottle

2002 Grant Burge Meshach Shiraz    Grant Burge reckons this is the best wine he has ever produced; "An elegant Meshach, but no shrinking violet, either! " - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "Big, bold and beautiful" - Kerry Skinner   $180.00 per bottle

1998 Grant Burge Meshach     "Astonishing Barossa shiraz of rare silkiness and style... wonderful balance, poise and fineness" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; "This is the best wine I've tasted this year - no contest" - Jeff Collerson; James Halliday - 94 points   $195.00 per bottle

2014 Grove Estate Cellar Block Shiraz Viognier    Awarded the Peter Robertson Trophy for the HILLTOPS WINE OF THE YEAR at the 2015 Hilltops Wine Awards; The judges comments were: "This is a delightfully perfumed wine showing an aromatic combination of red fruits, spices and black pepper. The palate is long and opulent, balanced with fine tannins. A gorgeous wine; "A vibrantly incisive medium-bodied wine with spice, licorice, black cherry and blackberry all in the action; it accelerates on the journey through the mouth, and leaves the footprint of its flavours long after it is ingested, strongly savoury notes an unqualified success - and pleasure" - James Halliday, 95 points   $39.95 per bottle

2018 Head Wines Head Red Shiraz      "There's a lot happening here, all of it good. There's a poultice of red and black fruits and ribbons of fine, ripe tannins. You can't deny a wine like this" - James Halliday, 96 points & Special Value Star; "Medium-bodied, succulent, intense fruit of perfume and weight, dark chocolate tannin, savoury elements, very long fresh finish. Super vintage. Puppy like in enthusiasm as at now" - Gary Walsh, 93 points; "The taste is focused and intense, bright and very vibrant. A smashingly good example of this everyman wine. Fruit sweetness, power and structure. The depth of flavour has gone to a higher level. Great value" - Huon Hooke, 92 points    $22.95 per bottle

2012 Helen's Hill Estate Hill Top Single Vineyard Syrah      "The wine speaks of cooler climate Shiraz clearly, a touch of herbal complexity, a medium bodied, perky acidity, and in all that feels very drinkable, almost refreshing, but still gives a good hit of spicy red fruit. Trim and supple. Like this" - Mike Bennie, 93 points; "Single vineyard syrah / shiraz from quality Yarra Valley producer Helen's Hill... It tastes of cherries, redcurrant, snapped twigs and beautifully integrated sweetly-spiced oak. Tannin is fine, grainy, gently autumnal. This should drink and mature well over the medium term at least" - Campbell Mattinson, 91+ points    $34.95 per bottle

2018 Hennings Heathcote Shiraz      $27.95 per bottle

2017 Hennings Heathcote Shiraz    The palate is luscious and opulent with perfectly ripened blackberry and the finish long and satisfying. Another winner   $29.95 per bottle

2015 Hennings Heathcote Shiraz       $31.95 per bottle

2013 Hennings Heathcote Shiraz       $33.95 per bottle

2006 Hennings Heathcote Shiraz      A great follow-up to the outstanding 2004 vintage; will make any Heathcote devotee swoon at the price   $35.95 per bottle

2016 Hennings The Lone Vine Shiraz     The standard offering shiraz from Hennings is no slouch, but the reserve Lone Vine Shiraz has that extra degree of intensity and structure and another dimension to the luscious blackberry and plum fruit. An exercise in harmony from start to finish; the palate smooth, velvety and long, the oak handling exemplary and the tannins perfectly balanced. Vive la Heathcote!   $59.95 per bottle

2015 Hennings The Lone Vine Shiraz     A gorgeous full bodied shiraz; velvety and seductive    $64.95 per bottle

2002 Henschke Keyneton Estate Euphonium    "Smooth, fine and silky, its tightly focused and pristine palate is stained with juicy dark berry, cherry and plum-like flavours... Finishes long and savoury, with structure and balance" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points;  "An elegant mix of a full range of red and black fruits; medium-bodied, with delicious silky mouthfeel" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Boasts impressive intensity, richness, concentration, and aromatics... A beauty, with a meatiness to its richness and intensity" - Robert Parker, 93 points    $75.00 per bottle

2016 Henschke Mount Edelstone Shiraz   "A glorious nose... This is wonderfully complex with deep aromatics. The structure, complexity and length, let alone the array of flavours, suggest that this is a special wine. Beautifully integrated oak. Seamless. Concentrated and yet it dances. A magnificently elegant wine that is fragrant with terrific length and balance which has decades ahead of it supported by satiny tannins... This is one of the very great Mt Edelstones" - Ken Gargett, 98 points; "Powerful but unobtrusive tannins - like an engine purring - support dark, perfectly ripe blackberry, mulberry and plum fruit, with hints of strawberry, red fruit leather and smoked charcuterie notes from the oak. Spice and dried herb nuances unfurl over three days, beautifully articulating the terroir and its 104-year-old vines... Terrific purity, poise and panache" - Sarah Ahmed (Decanter), 97 points; "It is full-bodied, very complex and very long, the tannins expertly massaged and drawn under the fruit. Blackberry, tar and bitter dark chocolate all contribute to what will be a very long-lived wine" - James Halliday, 97 points; "That perfume improves over time, more evocative, more delicious, more everything, fantastic. Slippery, sleek and fine to taste, succulent with a generous side, dark, brooding berry fruits, compote sweet and rich but with a freshness of acidity that counterbalances nicely and the word 'purity' comes to mind. Epic wine, so much going on, incredibly detailed and quietly powerful. Wonderful release speaking so fluently of stately old vine and intensity of fruit" - Mike Bennie, 96+ points; "Full-bodied, rich and intense, it's ripe and velvety textured... I suspect this will come close to the quality of the Hill of Grace at a fraction of the price. Tasted again the following day from the open bottle, this was even better, seamless, flowing and harmonious in the mouth" - Joe Czerwinski, 96 points; "A concentrated palate with a sustained tannin push marks this vintage of Mount Edelstone for me. It's a tight coil of individual components led by tannin that leads me directly to the cellar. This is a wine assured of a long life" - Jeni Port, 96 points; "A collossus of a wine... A powerhouse of a shiraz, and quite heavily extracted, but also superb" - Huon Hooke, 95 points   $215.00 per bottle

2015 Henschke Mount Edelstone Shiraz   "The wine is succulently fruit-sweet: gorgeously extravagant fruit floods the palate. It's almost jammy, the fine but persistent tannins just pulling it together on the finish so the aftertaste and follow-through are clean and balanced and refreshing. Lush fruit flavour, astonishing texture, very old-viney, a very impressive Edelstone. A stand-out vintage for this wine" - Huon Hooke, 98 points; "The palate is deep and saturating and for all of its opulence and stature, maintains restraint and finesse. The tannins make only a gentle impact on the palate, while they are omnipresent they are not overbearing and serve to bolster and support the fruit and spice. The length is incredibly long, leaving a lingering, beckoning impression on the palate. There is a saltiness and a moorishness here that is impossible to leave alone… the wine begs to be consumed, quietly cheering you on to do so from the glass. Delicious, exciting, classy and speaks clearly of it Eden Valley roots. Makes me want to drink a lot, lot more of this" - Erin Larkin, 98 points; "Great wine... Tremendous complexity. Gorgeous silky texture. Extravagant fruit flavor. Wonderful drinking already but it has a very long future ahead. A great vintage for this wine" - Huon Hooke, 98 points; "In keeping with the vintage, it is more restrained and less opulent than the 2014, yet there's an elegance and poise" - Ray Jordan, 98 points; "The vintage was excellent, the flavours deep, with soft blackberry and plum fruits wending their way across the palate, cushioned by cedary oak and carefully polished tannins. It's utterly classic drinking, with unalloyed pleasure now but no less in another 20 years" - James Halliday, 97 points; "The palate has a super plush and elegant shape and fine, velvety-tannin texture with plush, long red plums. Such poise and elegance with length and concentration here. An exceptional vintage for Mount Edelstone" - James Suckling, 96 points; "You get an array. You get an experience. It's so different to the Hill of Roses, but obviously no lesser. Life. It tastes like a life well lived, or an expression of that, though it's certainly a wine of vigor. As you drink it the words classic lands in your mind" - Campbell Mattinson, 96 points; "Profoundly floral, spicy and incredibly youthful... Medium to fullish in weight, it's remarkably long and elegant, with a vivacious expression of small berry flavours" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points; "A wine of grace and power, with the hallmark being its supple, velvety palate. The fruit flavours are intense, yet refined... The tannins melt into the body of the wine, and the flavours are long and satisfying. It is a wine that is drinking beautifully now, though its ageing potential is undeniable" - Toni Paterson MW, 96 points; "Ripples with flavor, texture and length" - Wine Enthusiast, 96 points; "Evocative scents, which transport me directly to Australia... Suffusing the spice and herb-riven palate, intense, yet delicate, dancing from tip to toe... ethereal, exceptionally lingering finish. The interplay - the dance, or tension - between the tannin and acid is similarly insistent, but gentle, allowing the fruit to steal over the palate pure and untroubled, without a hair out of place... this is a Shiraz of fine filigree. Wonderfully expressive already, I must admit I would find this truly outstanding Shiraz hard to resist, but the Henschkes expect it to age for 30 years plus" - Sarah Ahmed, The Wine Detective   $215.00 per bottle

2014 Henschke Mount Edelstone Shiraz   "Only a fraction of the normal crop... the tannins firm and enduring, yet in balance with the powerful fruit" - James Halliday, 97 points; "Henschke has decided to release the 2014 Mount Edelstone Shiraz ahead of the 2013. "It's quite a beauty. Satiny. Curranty. A flood of smooth, berried fruit with fragrant herbs, peppers and blossoms floating throughout. It's warm and rich but there's more than a little enchantment to it. It's pretty, as is the Edelstone way, but substantial. Tannin is fine and just-assertive-enough... it really is quite seriously beautiful. It can also be consumed any time from now, give or take" - Campbell Mattinson, 95 points; "Gloriously aromatic, raspberry and fragrant herb bouquet, the palate very sweet and lush with deliciously ripe fruit flavour and tremendous complexity. There is a little heat from alcohol and a velvety smoothness across the palate. Gorgeous wine, very Eden Valley in its fruit style" - Huon Hooke, 95 points   $220.00 per bottle

2013 Henschke Mount Edelstone Shiraz   "This is a phenomenal vintage of Mount Edelstone... Heroic and with epic tannins this wine is an instant classic and it has tracked the style of the 2013 vintage perfectly. The nose is sensational with layers and layers of black fruit and liquorice spice. Serious and incredibly long and heroic I am hard pressed to think of a more exciting and imposing Mount Edelstone" - Matthew Jukes, 19 points out of 20.0; "This is a densely packed wine destined for a long life as vertical tastings have proved again and again, intensity and focus achieved without apparent effort. Medium-bodied, but with compelling black fruits riding on the back of tannins and carefully measured oak" - James Halliday, 97 points; "This is a big, powerful Edelstone... The wine is soft and fleshy on the palate; full-bodied, and lushly fruit-sweet, with an almost opulent presence in the mouth, and a hint of bitter licorice on the aftertaste. It's almost decadent: intense, powerful, punchy and very long. A top Edelstone" - Huon Hooke, 97 points; "Sumptuous, generous, beautifully ripe red fruit on the nose - just so alluring and buxom, with serious structure and a long fragrant perfume on the finish. Sheer class, with cellaring potential that is only just beginning" - Richard Hemming MW, 18 points out of 20.0; "It's ever-so-sturdy. It's a centre-half-back of a wine; it's the spine around which a team can be formed... You can see this wine maturing - under screwcap especially - for an extremely long time" - Campbell Mattinson, 94+ points   $225.00 per bottle

2012 Henschke Mount Edelstone Shiraz   "This is a blue-blood aristocratic shiraz, certain in its supreme power, length and balance, and not going out to prove anything. If anyone doubts its quality now, the scales will fall from their eyes over the decades ahead, as it will be recognised by all and sundry as one of the greatest Mount Edelstones" - James Halliday, 98 points; "What a wine to mark the 60th vintage of this classic Australian shiraz... The bouquet of aromatic perfumed spices, with dark plum, herbs and a little cedary bay leaf mix, is so compelling. Concentrated and complex layered palate where the oak and tannins work perfectly to harmonise with the lush fruit. Gorgeous" - Ray Jordan, 97 points; "It’s a veritable smörgåsbord of flavours... Medium to full bodied, lashings of fine grained powdery tannin and ripe but fresh mixed berry fruit with a briny savoury edge. It’s a quiet storm of a wine, rolling through the mouth without too much noise and flashing, just confidently doing its thing without much of a care. Rumbles long into the distance after you swallow. As far as Mount Edelstones go, it’s a pretty bloody good one" - The Wine Front, 96 points    $230.00 per bottle

2010 Henschke Mount Edelstone Shiraz   "So perfectly balanced and composed, its latent power may not be realised... the tannins are superb, the oak of high quality, and totally integrated on the very long, silky finish of this outstanding medium-bodied shiraz" - James Halliday, 97 points; "The palate is led by its commendable structure at this stage, with firm, grainy tannins and very lively acid to support the tight-knit fruit. It finishes long and layered" - Lisa Perrotti Brown, 97+ points; "Succulent. Substantial. And beautiful. Blueberries, violets, red and black berries, mint. Clip of cedary oak. Gamey tannin. Eucalypt through the finish" - Campbell Mattinson, 94 points   $230.00 per bottle

2006 Henschke Mount Edelstone Shiraz    "Eden Valley shiraz is such a scarce resource, but at its best it is to be treasured. Here it hits an incredible high - as powerfully concentrated fruit, new oak and the finest grade of Eden Valley's legendary powdery tannins marry with effortless ease and elegance" - Jeremy Oliver, 98 points; "An outstanding Mount Edelstone. Indeed, I cannot remember any better than this; it has the focus and structure to guarantee a 30-year future" - James Halliday, 96 points; "The tannins and structure of it are magic.... Splendid wine... expressive, perfumed and sophisticated" - The Wine Front, 96 points; "Great vintage" - Winery   $230.00 per bottle

2004 Henschke Mount Edelstone Shiraz    "Crackerjack wine. Really blown away by this. It's exotic to the hil... And then there's the tannin: rippingly mature, reaching, strong and integrated. This is an awesome wine" - The Wine Front, 97 points; "Very smooth, concentrated and stylish, this is a sweet, luscious shiraz... It's long, dark and sumptuous, with a long and peppery palate saturated with small berry fruits" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; James Halliday - 95 points   $230.00 per bottle

2001 Henschke Mount Edelstone Shiraz     "Very classy wine " - The Wine Front, 93 points; James Halliday - 93 points; "A very impressive Mount Edelstone vintage" - Huon Hooke; Jeremy Oliver - 92 points    $230.00 per bottle

2000 Henschke Mount Edelstone Shiraz    $230.00 per bottle

2005 Hentley Farm Barossa Valley Shiraz     Dual Trophy Winner including BEST WINE OF SHOW (2006 Western Barossa Regional Wine Show); "Terrific wine... Excellent value" - Winewise, Outstanding; James Halliday - 95 points; "Great find" - Sue Courtney   $44.95 per bottle

2010 Henty Estate Shiraz    "Open-fermented, hand-plunged and basket-pressed; matured in 100% French barrels, the wine has very attractive, juicy black fruits, supple tannins and well-integrated oak" - James Halliday, 93 points  $32.95 per bottle

2002 Hugh Hamilton The Rascal Shiraz        "Particularly impressive" - James Halliday, 94 points; "A great expression of McLaren Vale shiraz - big, juicy and inviting... This will be a right pearler in a few more years " - Divine Magazine   $29.95 per bottle

2008 Inkwell McLaren Vale Shiraz       A wonderful example of McLaren Vale shiraz at its irresistible and bounteous best - only 300 dozen produced; "Ultra McLaren Vale style, with multiple layers of blackberry, plum and dark chocolate that has seamlessly married with the oak... the tannins powerful but in balance" - James Halliday, 93 points; "A top example of classic chocolatey McLaren Vale Shiraz" - Brian Handreck; "Time is needed to see this wine at it's best - and you will not be disappointed" - Lonely Grape  $36.95 per bottle

2002 Jacobs Creek Centenary Hill Shiraz       "A truly exceptional Barossa shiraz... Long, fine and elegant, it offers classic Barossa intensity and spiciness, with cloves, cinnamon and white pepper highlighting its lingering core of pristine fruit... an essay in intensity, balance and harmony" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; "All the flavour and structure expected from a top-quality Barossa Valley shiraz in '02" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Blistering wine. Huge, plush, mouthfilling black fruit " - The Wine Front, 93 points  $69.95 per bottle

2007 Jasper Hill Emily's Paddock Shiraz     James Halliday - 93 points    $115.00 per bottle

1994 Jasper Hill Emily's Paddock Shiraz      James Halliday ****(*); Jeremy Oliver  88 points  $160.00 per bottle

1993 Jasper Hill Emily's Paddock Shiraz      Jeremy Oliver  93 points; James Halliday   ****   $160.00 per bottle

1992 Jasper Hill Emily's Paddock Shiraz      James Halliday *****; Jeremy Oliver  87 points  $180.00 per bottle

1991 Jasper Hill Emily's Paddock Shiraz      Jeremy Oliver  96 points  $180.00 per bottle

2007 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz    James Halliday - 93 points; Jeremy Oliver  92 points   $85.00 per bottle

2006 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz    James Halliday - 95 points   $89.00 per bottle

2004 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz      James Halliday - 96 points; The Wine Front - 94 points   $110.00 per bottle

2003 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz      Jeremy Oliver 94 points; Robert Parker - 94 points; The Wine Front - 93 points $110.00 per bottle

2002 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz     Decanter Magazine *****; The Wine Front - 93 points $125.00 per bottle per bottle

2001 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz      Jeremy Oliver  95 points; The Wine Front - 92 points  $120.00 per bottle

1999 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz      James Halliday - 94 points   $120.00 per bottle

1998 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz      James Halliday - 94 points   $130.00 per bottle

1994 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz      Jeremy Oliver - 95 points $150.00 per bottle

1993 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz      Jeremy Oliver - 96 points $155.00 per bottle

1992 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz      Jeremy Oliver - 95 points $140.00 per bottle

1991 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz      James Halliday   ***** $135.00 per bottle

1985 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz (375ml)      Jeremy Oliver - 95 points; James Halliday   ***** $90.00 per bottle

1998 Jim Barry The Armagh     James Halliday - 95 points; Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar - 95 points; Wine Enthusiast - 93 points; Robert Parker 92 points     $270.00 per bottle   

2012 John Duval Entity Shiraz  "Warm at heart but with its eyes firmly set on savouriness... Winds up and lets fly with a style punch of flavour through the finish" - James Halliday, 94 points; "The palate is full-bodied, rich and well concentrated, elegantly formed, dry with ample fine tannins and good length. Taut and compact in the mouth. A superb wine with lots of potential" - Huon Hooke, 93 points; "Smooth and polished, feels classy from the get go... Sexy, slinky, fresh and clean. Well honed, atisfying and cellarable" - Mike Bennie, 93 points; "Black as the night with licorice, spice and fruit layers to write home about. Quintessentially sensual" - The Adelaide Review, Hot 100 South Australian Wines 2013/2014   $59.95 per bottle

2006 John Duval Entity Shiraz      "The density of fruit to guarantee a 30-year life... perfect balance and integration of fruit... the work of a master" - James Halliday, 96 points   $64.95 per bottle

2005 Kalleske Johann Georg Old Vine Shiraz       Miniscule quantities!!; "Raises the stakes to a new level... it has remarkable concentration, purity, and length" - The Wine Advocate, 96 points; "Bloody fantastic... It's a show stopper and a jaw dropper" - Winorama, 96 points; James Halliday - 95 points; "If only all wines were this good" - Ric Einstein; Nick Stock - 93 points   $139.00 per bottle

2012 Kalleske Pirathon Shiraz   "An incredibly rich, dense, full-bodied shiraz with a velvety mouthfeel to its layers of dark fruits; despite all this, it has perfect balance, its tannins especially good, its future unlimited" - James Halliday, 95 points; "This is pure Valley essence od dark, ripe, fleshy fruit compote-plum and spice. It's at once fresh and vital while showing background oak notes of coconut and chocolate in the finish. Delicious, great value and spot on with high-flavoured flare" - Tony Love; "From the moment this one hits the glass, you know it's a wine of substance... this handcrafted beauty has a heady aroma reminiscent of a Black Forest fruit cake. This wine is full-bodied and rich with flavours of ripe dark fruits, plum and blueberry in particular. It's complex and very nicely structured with a lovely lengthy finish" - Geelong Advertiser, 93 points   $26.95 per bottle

2010 Kalleske Pirathon Shiraz   TROPHY BEST SHIRAZ - 2011 Marananga (Western Barossa) Regional Wine Show; "Rich blueberry and plum fruit with spice and toasty oak on the nose and palate, with fine firm tannins on the finish" - Mike Frost, 93 points; "This is a tip top release. Easy-going ripeness with seamless, integrated tannin and juicy, fruity length. Style and substance in an easy-to-like package... an excellent example of what the Barossa does so well" - The Wine Front, 92 points; "Plush, sleek, deep and dark" - Adelaide Review, Hot 100 SA Wines   $28.95 per bottle

2009 Kalleske Pirathon Shiraz   "Just gorgeous, with rich fruit wrapped in some spicy oak allowing great plum flavour, softer foundations and mouthfeel, and an overall friendly, medium bodied shiraz. Great value" - Tony Love, 94 points; "A rich and boisterous young Shiraz that hits the mark in every respect. Full of spicy plum fruits and earthy Barossa complexity. The palate delivers juicy, deep flavours and ripe, supple tannins" - Nick Stock, 93 points; "An opulent, fleshy full-bodied wine with multilayered cassis blackberry, mocha, licorice flavours coating the tongue" - James Halliday, 93 points   $29.95 per bottle

2005 Kay Brothers Block 6 Shiraz        "It may be the best Block 6 Shiraz I have ever tasted" - Robert Parker, (96-99) points   $125.00 per bottle

2004 Kay Brothers Block 6 Shiraz        Robert Parker - 98 points   $125.00 per bottle

2002 Kay Brothers Block 6 Shiraz        Robert Parker - 95 points; Tyson Stelzer - 94 points   $125.00 per bottle

2005 Kilikanoon Covenant Shiraz      "Soft as suede. As saturated in colour and flavour as ink. Masses of plums, blueberries, mint, creamy vanilla, brandy and caramel. Warm to hot on the finish, but the seduction is well complete by then. Not complex, but voluptuous" - Campbell Mattinson, 93 points   $59.95 per bottle

2006 Kilikanoon Oracle Shiraz      $125.00 per bottle

2002 Kirrihill Estates Clare Valley Shiraz      Superb wine, has aged magnificently; "Lovely rich, concentrated wine, strong willed and packed with layers of flavours" - Liquorland's Top 100 International Wine Competition; "A genuine lip- smacker" - Paddy Kendler ****(*); "Bursting with plum and blackberry flavours " - Illawarra Mercury   $44.95 per bottle

1999 Knappstein Enterprise Shiraz      "Remarkably supple and elegant" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "Powerful and concentrated, yet classically restrained" - James Halliday, 93 points    $47.50 per bottle

2016 Koltz Dog Day Shiraz    "Medium bodied, rich blueberry with some dried herb, tanin sits in the wine nicely, fresh and spicy finish of clean length and lip smacking satisfaction. Vibrant and almost fresh-faced expression of McLaren Vale Shiraz" - The Wine Front, 93 points  $22.95 per bottle

2012 Koltz McLaren Vale Shiraz    A beautiful McLaren Vale shiraz from a top vintage that is a real crowd please; an opulent, rich and mouthfilling palate that is complex and layered with heaps of flavour and long length. Succulent and smooth blackberry, blackcurrant and chocolate flavours  $29.95 per bottle

2016 Koltz The Pagan Shiraz    "Rich thing, all almond chocolate and vanilla, with blackberry, dried mint and spice, floral top notes. Full-bodied, but fresh, the tannin is almost silky, but ever present, a pinch to the acidity, chocolate and cherry flavour, with an umami undertow. Good intensity, and the finish is very good, with an interplay of sweet/savoury going on. Lovely wine, and perhaps a little lighter and brighter than some previous vintages, but none the worse for it either" - Gary Walsh, 94 points  $62.95 per bottle

2015 Koltz The Pagan Shiraz    "He's knocked it out of the park this vintage. Chocolate, almonds, earth, dried herbs and flowers, black fruit, polished leather. Full bodied, thick ripe sheets of toothsome tannin, all that almond and dark chocolate, spice and dried fruit intensity, acidity is fresh but not intrusive, and the power of the finish is something else. A wine for quiet contemplation, or rowdy conversation. Either or" - Gary Walsh, 95 points  $65.95 per bottle

2014 Koltz The Pagan Shiraz    "Suspense be damned, I rated it Excellent+++. I'm always a little hesitant to rate a wine that highly, it leaves no room if I think a future vintage/wine is better. What I can say, with less hesitation, is that the 2014 Pagan leaves me unable to imagine how a wine could actually be any better... Ironstone, cedar, star anise and a hint of cloves by day 3. A wonderful earthy savoury character around a balanced complex fruit core, the morello acid is still there but blending in so well you really only find it bobbing up occasionally in those big flavour waves... It's actually a hard wine to describe well, yes it's big, and yes it's a sipping wine, but it just gently rocks you, and reminds you life is very, very good" - Gavin Scarman, Excellent+++  $68.95 per bottle

2016 Koltz The Wizard Shiraz    $49.95 per bottle

2009 Koltz The Wizard Shiraz    Another superb wine; made in the traditional Ripasso method - the wine is fermented with the skins and lees left over from making the Pagan  $54.95 per bottle

1998 Leasingham Bin 61 Shiraz   Jeremy Oliver - 94 points; Wine Spectator - 91 points  (90-94 pts outstanding); Winestate   *****   $37.95 per bottle

2009 Lerida Estate Canberra District Shiraz      "Fragrant bouquet has spicy black fruit aromas, the medium-bodied palate supported by fine, slightly dusty, tannins, with good line, length and balance" - James Halliday, 94 points    $29.95 per bottle

2015 Lightfoot & Sons Myrtle Point Shiraz     The bouquet is positively fragrant with red fruits and spices, the elegant light to medium-bodied palate a silk tapestry of red and purple fruits, superfine but persistent tannins and perfectly balanced and integrated French oak. A lovely shiraz for pinot noir devotees looking to the occasional alternative" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Here's one for the ultra savvy 'cool climate shiraz brigade'. All power to them. This has plenty of get-up-and-go. It's aflame with white pepper and leafy spice, both the nose and the palate bursting to show their savoury wares. The fruit comes ripe, well polished and svelte; it tastes of assorted berries and plums, garden herbs and woodsmoke, the perfect complement to the pops of spice. Tannin is then supple and well-formed. It's not a big wine, naturally, but it refuses to be easily dismissed. It's pretty with personality. This is a goodun" - Campbell Mattinson, 93 points    $26.95 per bottle

2010 Lightfoot & Sons Myrtle Point Shiraz     A beautifully crafted shiraz from this small Gippsland winery; archetypal cool climate shiraz produced in a warm vintage - perfumed, rich and spicy on the nose; with a medium-bodied, perfectly balanced palate that has attractive red and black fruits liberally laced with spice    $32.95 per bottle

1999 Lindemans Limestone Ridge Shiraz Cabernet      Jeremy Oliver 95 points    $49.95 per bottle

1997 Lindemans Limestone Ridge Shiraz Cabernet     Jeremy Oliver 94 points; James Halliday - 90 points    $52.50 per bottle

2013 Lloyd Brothers Shiraz     "Bitter black chocolate provides the framework for the bouquet and intense palate alike; it has an edgy/earthy character that needs to, and will, back off and soften with time in bottle" - James Halliday, 93 points    $26.95 per bottle

2002 Magpie Estate The Sack Shiraz      The Wine Front - 90 points; Robert Parker - 90 points    $32.50 per bottle

2001 Majella Shiraz       "Very concentrated and stylish" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points ; "An enormously enjoyable wine" - The Wine Front, 92 points    $47.95 per bottle

2000 Majella Shiraz       James Halliday - 95 points; "It's a gorgeous rock-your-world drink" - The Wine Front, 94 points    $52.00 per bottle

1999 Majella Shiraz       "All the Majella '99s are pretty special... long and intense" - Penguin Good Australian Wine Guide; James Halliday - 91 points; Jeremy Oliver - 90 points     $56.00 per bottle

1998 Majella Shiraz       Jeremy Oliver - 95 points     $65.00 per bottle

2002 McIvor Estate Heathcote Shiraz       An absolute cracker - a dead ringer for a rich and perfumed Southern Rhone wine; "Fantastic wine and a bargain to boot" - Divine Magazine (The best wine of a huge Heathcote tasting)    $42.95 per bottle

2010 Merum Estate Premium Reserve Shiraz       Seductive wine, with a wonderful array of aromas and flavours; spice, licorice, black pepper, black cherry, plum and blackberry all flow backwards and forwards across the ever-enticing palate, the finish impeccable thanks to high quality tannins" - James Halliday, 95 points    $34.95 per bottle

2002 Mitchelton Print Shiraz   A sensational shiraz; "The best Print Shiraz yet is the most Rhône-like and presents the deepest and most interesting expression of varietal fruit under this label" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; James Halliday - 94 points; "It's very young, and very good" - The Wine Front, 93 points  $56.50 per bottle

1999 Mitchelton Print Shiraz       "In some ways this is a better wine than the fantastic 1998... Age will tell this beaut's true quality, but it's heading towards the outstanding" - The Wine Front, 95 points; Winewise - Outstanding; James Halliday - 93 points    $56.50 per bottle

1999 Mitchelton Print Shiraz (750ml x 6 in Timber Gift Box)       Very special gift; superb hand-crafted timber box, less than 10 produced   $450.00 per bottle

2002 Mitolo "G.A.M" McLaren Vale Shiraz     Robert Parker (95-97) points; James Halliday - 94 points   $85.00 per bottle   

2001 Mitolo "G.A.M" McLaren Vale Shiraz     Robert Parker - 94 points; James Halliday - 93 points   $75.00 per bottle                                

2002 Mitolo "Reiver" Barossa Valley Shiraz     James Halliday - 95 points; Robert Parker (94-96) points    $75.00 per bottle 

2002 Mitolo "Savitar" McLaren Vale Shiraz     Robert Parker (94-96) points    $85.00 per bottle  

2001 Mitolo "Savitar" McLaren Vale Shiraz     James Halliday - 94 points; Robert Parker (91-93) points    $69.95 per bottle                                

2012 Moppity Lock & Key Reserve Shiraz       2013 Royal Melbourne Wine Show - 95 points; "Multiple gold medal winner... The race here is determined not by density but by the way acid/tannin/fruit/oak/texture maintain perfect formation from start to finish"- James Halliday, 95 points; "Another bargain from Moppity, the highest vineyard in Hilltops, boasting vines over 40 years of age. The beautifully cool 2012 vintage has nurtured restrained shiraz with alluring nuances of black pepper, black plum skin and liquorice, underscored by excellent firm, fine tannins and taut, lively acidity. A wine of outstanding persistence and impressive mouth feel" - Tyson Stelzer, 94 points; "The tannin here both impressed and interested me. It's assertive, muscular, nutty and uncompromising. It's complemented by high-ish acidity, which combined gives the wine a nebbiolo-esque profile... Perhaps most impressive about this wine is the finish, which lingers appreciably" - The Wine Front, 93+ points   $29.95 per bottle

2002 Mount Burrumboot Estate Heathcote Shiraz      James Halliday 90 points   $34.95 per bottle

2017 Mount Langi Ghiran Langi Shiraz   "The palate lush and gorgeously elegant, fruit-sweet and stylish, with complex berry fruit and spice flavours of real charm. There's a floral overtone - the bouquet is quite exquisite. Great intensity, precision and length of palate. A great wine; very likely the best Langi shiraz yet" - Huon Hooke, 98 points; "It's the very essence of refinement, balance and elegance. It's delicately aromatic with violets, pepper - just a smidge - wood spice and dark blue-red fruits. It's ultimately a savoury wine. Velvety tannins, complex flavours and a lingering finish. Bravo" - Jane Faulkner, James Halliday Wine Companion, 97 points    $178.00 per bottle 

2009 Mount Langi Ghiran Langi Shiraz   "The perfumed bouquet is exquisite... then a supremely elegant and intense palate, the finish exceptionally long. Clearly should have won the Jimmy Watson trophy '10" - James Halliday, 97 points; "Density, precision and complexity are all hallmarks of the '09 Langi Shiraz... The palate has ripeness and depth, with precise, fine tannins carrying plum and dark-cherry fruits to a very long, juicy red-fruit finish. Full of promise" - Nick Stock, 96 points    $125.00 per bottle 

2004 Mount Langi Ghiran Langi Shiraz   "Vivid flavours, yet has seamless fruit and oak integration on both the bouquet and palate. The flavours range through the expected spectrum of blackberry, spice, cracked pepper and licorice; long and vibrant mouthfeel, with good acidity" - James Halliday, 96 points; "It has power, yet structure. The allure is the perfume - more than just pepper, spice and freshly ripe plums, there's a creaminess that follows through on the palate. It's full-bodied, with tooth-coating tannins. Fabulous" - Jane Faulkner    $140.00 per bottle 

2005 Mount Majura Vineyard Shiraz    "If you like cool climate, frisky, peppery shiraz, then you'd be mad not to pick up a case of this. It is brilliant value" - The Wine Front, 94 points; "Peppery, elegant shiraz style with this terrific bottling" - Max Allen    $34.95 per bottle 

2014 Mount Pleasant Maurice O'Shea Shiraz       "Arguably, one of the greatest red vintages in living memory... Has the gently throbbing power of a Rolls Royce; superb, deep crimson-purple hue, itself rare in the Hunter Valley. Countless layers of black fruits have absorbed the oak and put the undoubted tannins into limbo land. O'Shea would have died a happy man had this been his last wine. Dissecting it now is an academic exercise at best, so great is its future. This is as close to a 100-year potential as you are ever likely to find" - James Halliday, 99 points; "The wine is very powerful, dense and concentrated, profound and firm in its abundance of tannins. In Hunter terms a big and highly structured shiraz. It's a very bold, young wine which needs years and will be very long-lived. Destined for greatness" - Huon Hooke, 97 points      $275.00 per bottle

2014 Mount Pleasant Rosehill Shiraz       "A very high quality '14 Hunter Valley shiraz that would stand tall above others were it not for its OPandOH and O'Shea siblings. A full-bodied wine in a different idiom to its siblings, Hunter earth and leather (relatively speaking) more obvious. A great future" - James Halliday, 96 points; ". It's medium bodied, but fleshy and full in the mouth, filling the corners with lovely Hunter flavour, ripe tannin, and pippy boysenberried acidity. The spread of earthy tannin on the finish is particularly impressive. Beautifully done. Sure to become something pretty great with a decade or two in bottle" - Gary Walsh, 95+ points      $65.00 per bottle

2010 Noon Reserve Shiraz    "Very concentrated and richly fruited on the full bodied palate, the muscular fruit is well supported by a firm level of finely grained tannins with medium-high acid to lend just enough lift, finishing long. This wine is for the long" - Lisa Perrotti-Brown (eRobertParker.com), 97+ points   $100.00 per bottle

2004 Noon Reserve Shiraz     Robert Parker - 98 points  $150.00 per bottle

2003 Noon Reserve Shiraz      Robert Parker - 99 points; The Wine Front - 91 points $170.00 per bottle

2001 Noon Reserve Shiraz        Robert Parker - 99 points    $195.00 per bottle

2000 Noon Reserve Shiraz        Robert Parker - 96 points    $125.00 per bottle

2002 O'Leary Walker Clare/McLaren Vale Shiraz      "Just fabulous and stunning value" - Courier-Mail; James Halliday - 93 points; The Wine Front - 91 points    $29.95 per bottle

2006 Oliver's Taranga McLaren Vale Shiraz  "Hugely powerful, fruit-driven wine... A very good wine with a long life" - Winestate *****; "A full-bodied, layered, glossy Shiraz with tons of spicy blue and black fruits" - The Wine Advocate, 93 points; "Big, bold full-bodied wine that fills every corner of the mouth with black fruits, bitter chocolate, tannins and oak" - James Halliday, 92 points; "Deliciously ripe and voluptuous shiraz" - Jeremy Oliver, 92 points; "It's ultra-smooth and chocolatey and if that sounds like your kind of thing, then you're going to love this" - The Wine Front, 91 points
  $34.95 per bottle

2002 Orlando Jacobs Creek Centenary Hill Shiraz       "A truly exceptional Barossa shiraz... Long, fine and elegant, it offers classic Barossa intensity and spiciness, with cloves, cinnamon and white pepper highlighting its lingering core of pristine fruit... an essay in intensity, balance and harmony" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; "All the flavour and structure expected from a top-quality Barossa Valley shiraz in '02" - James Halliday, 95 points; "Blistering wine. Huge, plush, mouthfilling black fruit " - The Wine Front, 93 points  $69.95 per bottle

2016 Penfolds Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz  "The bouquet and palate sing in unison with a rich brocade of black cherry and stitches of cedary French oak (ex 30% new hogsheads) and fine-grained tannins. Its balance and length are impeccable" - James Halliday, 96 points   $52.95 per bottle

2015 Penfolds Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz  "The palate wastes no time in adding darker fruits and substantial tannins to the mix. This demands time and will be very long lived, with the balance to richly repay patience" - James Halliday, 95 points   $52.95 per bottle

2014 Penfolds Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz  "A complex fusion of blackberry fruit, cedary oak and hints of spice is a promising start, and the medium to full-bodied palate takes the bouquet onto another level. A long way in front of the sometimes skinny or bony Bin 128s of yesteryear" - James Halliday, 94 points   $56.95 per bottle

2013 Penfolds Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz  "This is one of the richest, most dense Bin 128's I can recollect, its long-term future assured... Velvety black fruits are magically captured in a rich, round mouthfilling burst of flavour" - James Halliday, 95 points   $56.95 per bottle

2012 Penfolds Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz     "Tightly coiled and focused, it takes some coaxing to tease out vibrant red cherry and plum fruits from a subtly gamey core. Tannins are well structured for a promising future" - James Halliday, 92 points  $58.95 per bottle

2009 Penfolds Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz     "A high quality Bin 128, the base of supple, medium-bodied blackberry and plum fruit pure Coonawarra, the tannin management and oak handling pure Penfolds. A great future" - James Halliday, 94 points  $64.95 per bottle

2008 Penfolds Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz     "Black fruit aromas have a caress of oak; the medium-bodied palate opens up to cherry, plum and blackberry fruits with precisely judged oak and tannin support; a long future" - James Halliday, 93 points  $67.95 per bottle

1998 Penfolds Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz      Top 100 wines of the World - Wine Spectator  ; Jeremy Oliver - 93 points; James Halliday - 92 points    $89.95 per bottle

2016 Penfolds Bin 150 Marananga Shiraz      "The wine has tremendous concentration and fleshy richness, power and drive and mouthfilling properties. The tannins are firm and coat the mouth without being too assertive. A majestic shiraz" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "The powerful 2016 Bin 150 Marananga Shiraz managed to harness plenty of fruit impact and gives a clue to the style of Grange that we might expect from this vintage when it is released in 2020. For now the 2016 Bin 150 delivers the most handsomely powerful and attractive rugged red of this year's collection, packed with bold, and ripe dark fruits with deep-set power driving a long finish. For all this power, it feels almost effortless with such balance... There's a bold core of very ripe, dense and deep-set black fruit on the palate... The tannins wrap long and super deep" - James Suckling, 95 points; "A lovely wine, with bold berry fruit flavours framed by cedar and vanilla. It's full-bodied and plush, with that generous Barossa Valley character married to the dense Penfolds house style" - The Wine Advocate, 94 points; "A core of impressive, focused fruit integrity carries from start through long finish. A great Marananga with a strong future before it" - Tyson Stelzer, 94 points; "The dials on the amplifier have been spun. Said oak is matched to rich, potent, blueberried fruit and wide dirt roads of tannin, the net effect both mouthfilling and impressive. Okay. We're getting serious here" - Campbell Mattinson, 93+ points  $79.95 per bottle

2017 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz      "The battle lines are there before you smell or taste the wine: Penfolds' black-fruited depth and power on the one hand, the elegant vintage stamp on the other. Its balance and structure are the guarantee of a very long life" - James Halliday, 96 points; "The classic reference Australian shiraz with lovely intense blackberry, elderberry, dark chocolate aromas. Well concentrated and ripe with deep set blackberry, elder berry fruits, fine dense chocolaty slightly grippy textures and underlying roasted walnut notes, Finishes chocolatey and minerally with plenty of flavour length. The workhorse Penfolds red. Utterly reliable vintage-to-vintage with plenty of cellaring potential" - Andrew Caillard MW, 94 points; "No one will be disappointed. It delivers what it has to, in plain but effective fashion" - Campbell Mattinson, 92 points  $42.50 per bottle

2016 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz      "The palate duly delivers an effortless wave of dark chocolate, cherry and licorice" - James Halliday, 95 points; "A classic Bin 28, full-bodied, rich, rounded and structured for ageing, although it drinks well already" - Huon Hooke, 95 points; "This wine takes freshness, the Penfolds house style, big company resources, gut-busting volume and good old fashioned attention-to-detail and somehow spits out the perfect consumer-friendly red wine. This is modern Australia in a bottle, in the way it presents fresh berried fruit, history cuddled within. It's a pitch perfect Bin 28" - Campbell Mattinson, 92 points  $44.95 per bottle

2015 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz      "McLaren Vale instantly makes its mark with the seductive lick of dark chocolate on the bouquet, and even more so on the palate. But it's not the makeup, least of all heavy, for there are many voices of red, purple and black fruits in the choir. The wine is medium to full-bodied, and perfectly balanced both in terms of flavour and structuret" - James Halliday, 96 points; "The wine is intense and fleshy, full and soft, with high extract and almost chewy texture. Tar and bitumen, soot and coal dust, a very typical Bin 28 and very good. The finish is extremely long. This will be a top vintage in maturity" - Huon Hooke, 95 points  $47.95 per bottle

2014 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz      "It's full-bodied, dense and concentrated, with amazing power, texture and amplitude. A big Bin 28, with masses of aplomb" - Huon Hooke, 95 points; "It is all about the saturated black fruits and black licorice at the steering wheel of this multilayered, full-bodied shiraz, its future still in front of it" - James Halliday, 95 points  $49.95 per bottle

2013 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz      "An inky Shiraz, rich, dense and chewy with dark berry, liquorice and tar underpinned with spicy oak. Heroic wine that needs to be matched with fairly robust red meat dishes or allowed to age in bottle for at least a few years. Solidly structured with sweet tannins. Very impressive" - Bob Campbell MW, 95 points; "Good stuff indeed, with the savoury/inky/graphite impact of the very long, balanced medium to fullbodied palate. This could well evolve into one of the great Bin 28s" - James Halliday, 94 points; "The palate is concentrated and dense, with an amplitude of black fruit flavours, richness and density, the tannins quite robust and just a touch rustic. Indeed, the palate is grippy, the after-palate very firm and authoritative, with long-term aging indicated. Cellar!" - Huon Hooke, 93 points; This is a very good release of Kalimna... It's full bodied, quite thick and grunting, with firm grainy tannin, a slight saline character and plenty of robust dark berry fruit and dark chocolate flavour. The tannin rolls out thick on the finish. Bold chewy wine. Needs a good few years of cellaring" - Gary Walsh, 92+ points  $52.95 per bottle

2012 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz      "It has density and presence, yet agility and poise, thanks to layers of firm, powdery tannins, well balanced acidity and excellent persistence" - Tyson Stelzer, 93 points; "Richly concentrated, generous in composure and sinuous with deep set blackberry, dark cherry, chinotto flavours, dark chocolate nuances, fine gritty, slightly uscular tannins. Finishes chewy firm and flavourful. Elemental, young and juicy, but impressively built for the long term. The essence of the Penfolds tradition" - Andrew Caillard MW, 93 points  $54.95 per bottle

2008 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz      "Biggest, most exuberant Bin 28 of the modern era is about to hurtle you straight through the sound barrier. Its sheer power of all manner of black fruits... is beautifully framed by a fine mesh of intricately textured tannins. Sit back and watch the crowd gasp in astonishment" - Tyson Stelzer, 94 points; "A full-bodied and rich Bin 28, awash with blackberry and plum fruit, fruitcake and mocha flavours, the tannins plentiful, but soft and ripe, the American oak dextrously handled as ever" - James Halliday, 94 points  $59.95 per bottle

2006 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz      "In the heartland of Penfolds' red wine style; blackberry fruit, ripe tannins and vanilla oak; needs time, but everything is in balance" - James Halliday, 94 points; "It's usually such a crowd-pleasing style. It's chocolatey and rich in a medium-bodied way, with enough tannin to see it perform well over a good number of years. This release is just like that, and a bit more... It has enough weight and enough flavour, and length, to see it mature handsomely" - The Wine Front, 93 points  $62.95 per bottle

2002 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz      "Seamless, linear, unbroken, continuous and smooth... A delicious wine that makes you appreciate the rewards of patience in cellaring good red wine" - Paul Ippolito, 95(96) points; James Halliday - 93 points; Philip White- 92+++ points; The Wine Front - 91 points  $69.95 per bottle

2001 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz      $64.95 per bottle

1998 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz      Jeremy Oliver - 95 points; "Gosh this looks in good shape" - The Wine Front, 93 points; James Halliday - 93 points   $79.95 per bottle

1997 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz      $72.95 per bottle

1996 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz      "In gorgeous shape. Like the 1991, but with more meat. Will be the pick in years to come... Lovely" - The Wine Front, 94 points (Tasted 2007); Jeremy Oliver - 94 points; "The palate is rich and full, with luscious dark plum and rippling tannins. The best Bin 28 for years" - James Halliday, 94 points $85.00 per bottle

2017 Penfolds Bin 8 Shiraz Cabernet      "The palate is intense and full-bodied, firm and quite spicy, with a thread of graphite and pepper running through it. An aromatic style but also full-bodied. The shiraz dominates" - Huon Hooke, 92 points; "Bin 8 is purposely a much more immediate style to quaff while 389 rests in the cellar. Glossy blueberry shiraz meets the blackcurrant depth of cabernet, underlined by firm, fine cabernet tannins. Pretty fruit is the unashamed hero here, in all of its lively, fragrant, primary youth" - Tyson Stelzer, 92 points; "Bin 8 provides a subtle, elegant and earlier drinking expression of the shiraz-cabernet blend than the far more assertive Bin 389. Ripe, round shiraz provides the first impression before the cabernet makes its presence felt in flavour and elegant structure, underpinned by delicious, supple fruit" - Chris Shanahan $34.95 per bottle

2015 Penfolds Koonunga Hill Seventy Six Shiraz Cabernet      A beautiful wine (tasted March 2020) that will have universal appeal. Big, rich and plush, oozing ripe black fruits, licorice and oak. Lovely balance, length and drive; "An oaky wine with lots of vanilla and spicy dark fruit on the nose and palate. Big, plush and very crowd pleasing" - Decanter World Wine Awards   $24.95 per bottle

2015 Penfolds Magill Estate Shiraz      "A tremendously concentrated and profound wine from all viewpoints... with an incredible depth of fruit on the palate... A glorious wine: powerful, profound and multi-layered. There are fruitcake and panforte flavours, preserved fruits and dark chocolate, cocoa powder, fruit or walnut bread flavours. A great wine, which demands plenty of time" - Huon Hooke, 97 points; "There is so much complexity, power, depth and structure it steps confidently outside the usually graceful, but faintly apologetic Magill Estate. In so doing, it also brings an utterly harmonious trifecta of fruit, oak and tannins (in that order), all integral parts of a quite wonderful wine" - James Halliday, 97 points; "Deep set wine with incredible concentrated inky, dark cherry, dried plum, elderberry fruits, fine bitter chocolaty tannins and plentiful cacao/mocha, vanilla, marzipan oak. Finishes minerally and long with chocolaty/ al dente notes. A profound wine with superb density, richness and vinosity" - Andrew Caillard MW, 97 points; "Concentrated and with great elegance and poise, this is a restrained, earthy, understated style with some playful exotic spice nuances coming through on the finish" - Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW, 96 points; "It's a wine of real presence, unashamedly ripe. An impressive edition of this small, home vineyard gem. Unique in many ways" - Nick Stock, 96 points    $150.00 per bottle

2017 Penfolds RWT Bin 798 Shiraz   "Deep, vibrant colour; the bouquet is very expressive, speaking of a legion of black fruits, licorice, plum and spice, none of which prepare you for the sheer power of this amazing wine and its untold depths" - James Halliday, 98 points; "Well concentrated but elemental wine with deep set blackberry elderberry fruits, fine chocolaty tannins, new roasted chestnut vanilla oak notes and plentiful firm tannins. Finishes long and minerally. A lovely wine with Grange-like density, power and tension and the balance for a great cellaring career" - Andrew Caillard MW, 96 points; "It's full-bodied and rich, soft textured and balanced, with a more elegant mien than usual for this wine. The fruit purity roars through this wine. Very full-bodied and of sumptuous flavour, it is big and concentrated but also superbly elegant. A really charming RWT. Oak is sensitively handled, and the wine has ballerina-like poise and balance, before a long and wholly satisfying aftertaste" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "Stunning blueberries and mulberries here with a wealth of baking spices and red berries, as well as tarry notes and blackberries. It is all here. The palate has a super plush, rich and quite compressed tannin feel. Some firm and powerful moments, as the palate builds with plentiful spiced summer berries" - James Suckling, 96 points; "That intensity splashes onto the tongue in a profusion of flavours mingling opulently ripe black cherry with pepper, vanilla, tarry spice and herbs in a polished Barossa red that, thanks to the cooler growing season, shows an elegance of texture and balance through all the richness. At the same time, it has a seriously tongue-coating, chocolatey firmness in Barossa-meets-Côte Rôtie style" - Decanter, 96 points; "This walks in and takes over the joint. Sweetness, smokiness, creaminess, long chains of tannin, a general swagger. It's a prime wine, alpha, smooth as silk but hulked up too... it's as good an RWT as I've seen" - Campbell Mattinson, 95+ points; "It's full-bodied and velvety, with appealing notes of dried spices, beef and plenty of red fruit" - Joe Czerwinski, 95 points  $169.95 per bottle

2016 Penfolds RWT Bin 798 Shiraz   "Deep, dense, almost inky purple/red colour, with a glorious bouquet of mocha, grilled nuts of various kinds, great concentration and density, which saturates the palate and lasts for minutes on the aftertaste. Smoky, toasty, nutty, graphite and roast meat aromas; charcoal and bitumen, but not fruit! The fruit is there in spadefuls but it is submerged behind a curtain of complexity. An enormously impressive wine, the texture almost improbably supple and smooth in spite of the welter of tannin. Outstanding wine" - Huon Hooke, 98 points; "Well concentrated, rich and voluminous with deep set blackberry, mulberry dark chocolate flavours, fine plentiful slinky grainy tannins and mocha roasted chestnut oak. Finishes tannin and oaky firm with prolonged classic dark berry praline flavours. Still elemental with lovely density and texture" - Andrew Caillard MW, 98 points; James Halliday - 97 points & Top 100 Wines of 2018   $189.95 per bottle

2012 Penfolds RWT Shiraz   "Ample in structure and densely packed yet gorgeously balanced with deep set inky blackberry, dark plum, mulberry fruit, velvety smooth textures, meaty nuances and superb spicy vanilla oak complexity. Finishes chocolaty with plenty of fruit sweetness and mineral length. This could be Grange in French Oak, a wonderful RWT with superb balance, richness of flavour, minerality and lasting power. A complete triumph - Andrew Caillard MW, 99 points; "The palate is drop-dead gorgeous, a curious description given its strongly savoury flavour range, but it achieves the unlikely. As with all these wines, the tannin structure is exceptional, the length prodigious" - James Halliday, 98 points; "The palate is terrifically rich and deep, sumptuously flavoured and smoothly textured despite the welter of tannin. It's very full-bodied and there are lashings of tannin, but they're good tannins... Very long. This needs time and will be an outstanding RWT" - Huon Hooke, 97 points; "This release is all seductive folds of flavour. Textbook. Brilliant fruit, firm threads of tannin, an exaggerated linger of sweet flavour. Barossa shiraz in all its glory... luxury are its unashamed hallmarks" - Campbell Mattinson, 95 points   $195.00 per bottle

2004 Penfolds RWT Shiraz   "A classic 2004 Australian red of superb, effortless natural balance and elegance... Deep, juicy and concentrated... Long and lavish" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points; "Superb nose: great fruit quality: dark fruits; violets and cherries, floral and aromatic. Lovely smooth well-modulated palate; supple sweet fruit, very young and underdeveloped but delicious. Has a big future. Lashings of tannin all the same. Elegan" - Huon Hooke, 95 points; "Outstanding line and length" - James Halliday, 95 points   $210.00 per bottle

2002 Penfolds RWT Shiraz   "This is baby Grange... And it's sensational" - Stuart Gregor; The Wine Front - 95 points; "Wonderful; as good as the '98 but more elegant" - Huon Hooke, 18.75 points; James Halliday - 94 points   $195.00 per bottle

2016 Penfolds St Henri Shiraz   "Well concentrated and generous with inky cassis mulberry fruits, smooth velvety tannins, attractive viscosity and richness on the mid-palate and fine integrated acidity. Finishes powdery firm with superb mineral length. A hugely evocative wine; true to the original blueprint, spirit of style and the classic Penfolds multi-regional template. Delicious to drink now but should age beautifully" - Andrew Caillard MW, 98 points; "This is a much anticipated vintage for St. Henri, and it does not disappoint. The complexity of fruit here is stunning... So fresh and brimming with fruit aromas. The palate has a stunning array of deeply fleshy fruit flavors with a superb sense of length and powerful, ripe tannin, underpinning vibrant, fleshy fruit that is beautifully assembled in a refined, elegant and impressively pure mode. So long and pure. Silky and elegant. A real masterpiece, taking its place among the finest vintages like 2010, 1990 and 1971" - James Suckling, 98 points; "The 2016 St Henri Shiraz is one of the finest St Henris I've ever tasted, rivaling the likes of the 1986 or 1976. It's concentrated and rich, the essence of South Australia Shiraz... Full-bodied and dense on the palate, it ends long, dark and savory" - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, 96 points; "It's youthful, bold and bright; fruit drives the wine, and it's almost lean it's so elegant; very long and refined on the follow-through, with very soft, fine-grained tannins throughout the palate... This is all about finesse. Lovely wine" - Huon Hooke, 95 points; "There's no ra-ra here, it's all composure and calm. You can see this singing for a good long time. The tannin here feels teased; almost sinewy; it will hold the wine in good stead. It was/is an anticipated release and it hasn't missed the boat" - Campbell Mattinson, 95 points    $115.00 per bottle

2015 Penfolds St Henri Shiraz     "Beautifully modulated wine with a core of dark plum, mulberry, blackberry fruits, fine plentiful slinky tannins and roasted walnut herb garden notes. Finishes graphite firm with superb length and inky complexity. Lovely density, volume and texture. Has the power and structure for long term aging" - Andrew Caillard MW, 96+ points; "A St Henri of character, depth and room-filling exuberance. The great 2015 season has yielded a wine of deep, dark, spicy fruit presence that entices from the outset. It's framed consummately in firm, fine tannin structure that propels its glorious fruit fanfare and promises effortless life in the cellar, lingering with undeterred line and great persistence" - Tyson Stelzer, 96 points; "A lovely soft, rounded, fleshy shiraz, which is supple and smooth and yet full-bodied as well, and structured for cellaring. Full-bodied and with a core of sweet fruit, this is a delicious shiraz. Succulent, indeed. I could drink it right now" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "St Henri is a beauty in 2015 and it looks back to its history with butcher's apron meatiness and smoke as well as looking forward with pristine redcurrant and prune tones reflecting the freshness and depth of this wine in equal measure. Superb and also impressively regal, this is a St Henri worthy of a reverential bow before you take a sip" - Matthew Jukes, 19.0+ points out of 20; "St Henris are usually built for the long haul thanks to their acidity, fruit and densely populated tannins, and this is no exception. Superbly structured, juicily vibrant, sweet and balanced, this is tempting to broach now. However, I'd leave it for a couple of decades and wait for the magic to unfurl" - Decanter, 96 points; "It's pristine and stylish, medium to fullish in weight, with a soft, penetrative core of black, red and blue fruits knit with a fine, firmish spine and wrapped with a mouthwatering acidity. Vivacious and elegant, it finishes with true length and savoury qualities" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points    $119.00 per bottle

2015 Penfolds St Henri Shiraz (375ml)      $49.95 per bottle

2014 Penfolds St Henri Shiraz      "A polished and effortless blueberry, satsuma plum and black olive integrity define a St Henri of enduring, fine-grained tannin structure, undeviating line and grand persistence. Nuances of pepper offer dimension and intrigue. There is an evenness and an effortless focus that set this vintage apart among the great St Henris, approachable from the outset and yet possessing surprising endurance" - Tyson Stelzer, 97 points; "This is all about fruit purity, shiraz with the faintest damask of blackcurrant wrapped around it. More than any other of the top range of the Penfolds red wine hierarchy, will repay patience" - James Halliday, 95 points; "We see a fair bit of grunt; some meaty characters, a deep set of plums, almost a ferrous character, certainly peppercorns, florals. There's a ramp of tannin here slightly outside the St Henri norm; it gives the wine a wee bit of strut. Just a wee bit. But we are certainly in excellent territory here" - Campbell Mattinson, 95 points; "The wine is medium to full-bodied and remarkably softly-textured, with density and fleshy extract, and a very savoury countenance... Long, long carry. Lovely wine, the opposite of what might be termed a fruit-bomb" - Huon Hooke, 95 points  $125.00 per bottle

2013 Penfolds St Henri Shiraz      "This 2013 Shiraz St Henri follows in the blockbuster footsteps of the 2010 and 2012... The medium to full-bodied palate reveals lovely, understated elegance and depth with a firm backbone of ripe, grainy tannins and many fruit and spice layers emerging on the finish. This is one for the long-long haul and, at a fraction of the price of Grange, should be where the smart money goes for stocking the cellar" - Lisa Perrotti-Brown, 97 points; "The palate is where the fireworks really happen. It's silky smooth, supremely elegant and fruit-sweet within its casing of fine powdery tannins. Soft and fleshy, elegant and not as full-bodied as other Penfolds reds this year. A lovely, lovely wine" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "This is a very tidy and neatly framed edition of St. Henri, offering a sense of elegance married with deep-set concentration and rich fruit flavors... The palate has super-deep, rich and balanced style to it, making this one of the most complete wines in the collection. A plethora of dark berries, dark plums and ginger biscuits come to the fore as this closes off. What a delicious long, deep and slate-like finish. Balanced enough to broach now, but this will hit a magic drinking window from 2025 through to 2035" - James Suckling, 96 points  $125.00 per bottle

2012 Penfolds St Henri Shiraz      "Very lengthy palate - a powerful wine that is remarkably drinkable now, with fine ripe tannins smothered by sweet fruit. Will age very well indeed" - Bob Campbell MW, 98 points; "The graceful, supple blue fruits of classic St Henri are on parade in a wine of effortless, refined persistence. Nuances of liquorice and dark chocolate are supported by definitive St Henri fruit tannins, seamlessly presented, with a silky, supple mouth feel and yet somehow still firm and enduring. A great St Henri of effortless longevity, following in the legacy of 2010 and promising a thrilling future" - Tyson Stelzer, 97 points; "Very impressive with its elegant, sophisticated and well-crafted expression of this superb vintage... it displays a gorgeous nose of commendable purity and intensity... Rich and already expressive on the palate, it is nonetheless built for the long haul with firm, ripe and grainy tannins carrying the fruit to a long and layered finish" - The Wine Advocate, 96+ points; "The flavours are tremendously seductive, enticingly meaty/charcuterie-like, licoricey and multi-faceted; the tannins soft and sexy. The wine oozes drinkability. Just delicious!" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "A great St Henri that will come into its own in a bare minimum of 10 years, and live long thereafter" - James Halliday, 96 points; "For my tastes, at least, it's a better wine than the 2010. It will age for as long as you want to keep it" - Gary Walsh, 96 points  $155.00 per bottle

2006 Penfolds St Henri Shiraz      James Halliday - 96 points; "Delicious stuff" - The Wine Front, 95 points; "This is a St Henri that simply needs a good deal of time for its black fruits to unravel" - Tyson Stelzer , 94 points    $160.00 per bottle

2004 Penfolds St Henri Shiraz     "The 2004 is a superb version of this classic Penfolds wine... complex and intense on the palate and managing to be both powerful and restrained" - Philip Rich, AFR Top 20 Wines of 2008; "It's long and brooding" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points;  "Enormous length of flavour... It's destined to become one of the greats" - Winorama - 96+ points; The Wine Front - 96 points; Paul Ippolito - 96 points; "I have a soft spot for the '02 and '04 St Henris" - Peter Gago   $160.00 per bottle

2002 Penfolds St Henri Shiraz     "One of the finest releases ever of this benchmark shiraz... Marvellously long" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points;  "If this isn't the best St Henri yet, it's so close it doesn't matter" - Halliday's Top 100 of 2006, 96 points; The Wine Front - 95 points; Gourmet Traveller Wine - ***** 95 points; "The best young St Henri I can remember tasting" - Max Allen; "I have a soft spot for the '02 and '04 St Henris" - Peter Gago   $170.00 per bottle

2001 Penfolds St Henri Shiraz     "Excellent. A good example of how under-rated 2001 is - at the upper end the wines are as good, and often better, than their 2002 equivalents. This wine is all blooming aromatics, black cherry and kirsh, with a blackness that gives the wine a real sense of free-flowing, fruit-driven oomph. The impressive thing is the wine's momentum" - The Wine Front, 95 points    $160.00 per bottle

1998 Penfolds St Henri Shiraz     "The fruit here is the thing. It smells like a spring garden, with bright, effusive, roses and violets blooming into pure shiraz fruit... outstanding balance" - Winefront Monthly, 95 points; "A great example of St Henri" - James Halliday, 94 points; "Big, but elegant, without a hint of over-ripeness or dead fruit" - Jeremy Oliver, 94 points    $190.00 per bottle

1997 Penfolds St Henri Shiraz     Jeremy Oliver 93 points    $165.00 per bottle

2004 Pertaringa Undercover Shiraz    Trophy Best Rhone Style - Decanter World Wine Awards; James Halliday - 93 points; Highly Commended - 2006 Sydney International Wine Competition   $25.50 per bottle

2002 Petaluma Adelaide Hills Shiraz     Halliday's Top 100 of 2004 - 96 points; Epicure Uncorked *****; Jeremy Oliver - 93 points    $49.50 per bottle

2006 Peter Lehmann Stonewell Shiraz      "Stonewell is the finest Barossa shiraz of the modern era... 2006 is a maelstrom of concentrated power and uncompromising composure like none that has gone before it" - Tyson Stelzer, 97 points; "The palate flooded with rich blackberry, plum and licorice fruit... Surely destined to be a classic" - James Halliday, 96 points; "A top Stonewell in the making... Great balance and length; a class act and a delicious wine all round" - Huon Hooke, 96 points; "An Aussie classic. In big, beautiful form... The extension of flavour through the finish is outstanding" - The Big Red Wine Book, 95 points   $97.00 per bottle

1995 Peter Lehmann Stonewell Shiraz      Jeremy Oliver - 91 points   $95.00 per bottle

2001 Plantagenet Mount Barker Shiraz     "From the best Great Southern vintage for many years, a winner of multiple gold medals and much critical praise... perfectly proportioned and weighted" - Halliday's Top 100 of 2003, 95 points; The Wine Front - 92 points  $49.95 per bottle

2004 Pondalowie Vineyards Blend Shiraz Cabernet Tempranillo   James Halliday - 94 points; "... inspired winemaking" - Jeni Port,  The Age $24.95 per bottle

2004 Pondalowie Vineyards Shiraz Viognier     Gold - 2006 International Wine Challenge Awards; James Halliday - 95 points; Jeremy Oliver - 90 points      $29.95 per bottle

1998 Punters Corner Shiraz     Jeremy Oliver - 90 points     $35.95 per bottle

2002 Punters Corner Spartacus Reserve Shiraz    Halliday's Top 100 of 2004 - 96 points    $59.95 per bottle

2011 Purple Hen Shiraz    A superb cool climate shiraz that is vibrant, juicy and fresh with a striking array of spicy, peppery red and blacked fruits that pervade the beautifully balanced, long and stylish palate. A must buy for aficionados who seek out black pepper in their shiraz/syrah. Outstanding value for a wine of this quality and interest; "Intense, fresh, vibrant pepper spice aromas. Gently meaty too. Smooth, medium-bodied and elegant in the mouth with excellent flavour that's already quite complex and stylish. Elegant wine. Fine tannins add authority without heaviness. Quite long aftertaste, fine, harmonious and loaded with energy. A lovely drink" - Huon Hooke, 92 points    $34.95 per bottle

2017 Ravensworth Shiraz Viognier      "This is a beauty, but then again, the recent history of this wine speaks for itself. It's a highly perfumed release... The palate is satiny, long, sleek, slightly puckering as it luxuriates in its lingering sweet-spicy finish. It's one for those who like understated yet elegant shiraz expressions, and something to approach in youth too. Beautiful" - Campbell Mattinson, 95 points    $49.95 per bottle

2001 Red Edge Heathcote Shiraz       Cult wine; "The usual powerhouse palate" - James Halliday, 93 points    $54.95 per bottle

2002 Redesdale Estate Shiraz     Superb Heathcote shiraz ; James Halliday - 94 points $49.95 per bottle

2002 Rockbare McLaren Vale Shiraz        'Balltearingly good value' - The Wine Front; "It is almost certain the 90 points of today will be closer to 94 points in another five years" - James Halliday, 90 points   $24.95 per bottle

2016 Rockford Basket Press Shiraz    $195.00 per bottle

2014 Rockford Basket Press Shiraz   "This vintage is outstanding. I taste well over 5000 wines per year for the Wine Companion, and am never tempted to swallow during a day-long tasting session - well, this wine was the exception to prove the rule. Its balance, mouthfeel and silky purple and black fruits are perfect" - James Halliday, 99 points $295.00 per bottle

2004 Rockford Basket Press Shiraz (Damaged Labels)      "The icon is all class... The fruit is perfectly handled to meet the silkiest of textures, the wine lingering for ages. Ethereal" - Tony Love, 97 points (Top 100 Wines of 2006); "This is the moment I've been waiting for … We have a beautiful wine on our hands here. It is the best Basket Press Shiraz since 1999... It's got a beautiful nose, a beautiful palate, a beautiful frame of tannin, and succulent, smoochy length. I could kiss this darling all night long, and God how I wish that I could - every night. Barossa shiraz - you know the flavours. Low oak, black fruit, coal and earth. Once you finish each mouthful, it still feels like it's got a firm, mesmerising grip on you. One sip, and there really is no escape" - Campbell Mattinson, 96 points; "A complete Barossa traditional shiraz" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Really beautiful supple texture. Long berry and leather finish. This is right up there with my two favourite BP vintages - 99 and 96" - Gary Walsh, 96 points; "A classic, long-living example of why 2004 is so highly rated... Deeply and richly layered, it's ripe and juicy" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points      $265.00 per bottle

2014 Rosemount Estate Little Berry McLaren Vale Shiraz   "Has a particularly complex bouquet, the full-bodied palate a mirror image of the bouquet, adding emphatic, savoury tannins to a wine bristling with attitude and energy. Will live for decades" - James Halliday, 95 points  $22.95 per bottle

2004 Saltram No 1 Shiraz    "What a great Shiraz" - Winorama, 96 points; "An icon Barossa wine from a great vintage with a virtually unlimited life" - James Halliday, 95 points; "This classic Barossa shiraz unfolds sumptuous layers of meaty dark berry and plum-like flavour, smoke and chocolate" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; "This is quintessential Barossa shiraz" - Peter Forrestal, 10 Top Drops    $95.00 per bottle

2002 Saltram The Eighth Maker Shiraz    Jimmy Watson Trophy (from the outstanding 2002 vintage); "A super-stylish and contemporary shiraz with all the bells and whistles... Silky-smooth and spotless... saturated with flavours of dark berries, plums and dark chocolate... exceptionally long and measured" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; "From a great vintage, this is a true essence of Barossa shira... full bodied, persistent and complete... expensive but a classic" - Epicure Uncorked *****   $195.00 per bottle

2005 Saltram The Journal 150th Anniversary Shiraz    "Has great equilibrium and harmony... a wine of considerable beauty; 50 years under screwcap, half that under cork" - James Halliday, 96 points; "A wine of far more finesse than you might expect... It has power, weight of flavour, balance and length" - The Wine Front - 94+ points   $145.00 per bottle

2013 Sanguine Estate Progeny Shiraz   Trophy for Best Overall Shiraz - 2014 Victorian Wine Show; "We have declared for years that the Sanguine Estate Progeny is the best-value shiraz in Australia, and we obviously have no reason to change our mind. Substance and freshness are nicely bundled together here. The ripe varietal fruit carries a hint of spice, and the tannins are well managed, providing just-right structure. Enjoy this Heathcote shiraz now and for the next five or more years" - Lester Jesberg, Winewise ***** [Outstanding 97-100 points]    $26.95 per bottle

2011 Schild Esate Shiraz   "Blackberry, black cherry, mocha, cloves, some raspberried highlights... Well put together... Good buying and drinking" - Campbell Mattinson, 90 points    $16.95 per bottle

2003 Seppelt Benno Bendigo Shiraz    ""A superb, distinctive Bendigo shiraz" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points; James Halliday - 94 points; The Wine Front - 93 points    $49.95 per bottle

2005 Seppelt Chalambar Shiraz   "Has the structure to age gracefully for up to 30 years" - James Halliday - 94 points;  "A wine of real complexity and class " - Grant Dodd, 93 points; "Superb" - Jane Faulkner; The Wine Front - 92 points     $28.50 per bottle

2004 Seppelt Chalambar Shiraz    "A powerful, deeply fruited shiraz of weight, density, length and structure... it exudes strength and style" - Jeremy Oliver, 96 points; Gourmet Traveller Wine - ***** 93 points; "A steal at $25" - Huon Hooke     $29.95 per bottle

1998 Seppelt Chalambar Shiraz       ""So impressed was I with this I bought two cases" - Halliday's Top 100 of 2000, 95 points; Jeremy Oliver - 93 points  $36.95 per bottle

1997 Seppelt Chalambar Shiraz       "A rich, almost lush palate with abundant fruit" - James Halliday, 95 points $33.95 per bottle

2004 Seppelt St Peters Shiraz   "The best red wine I have tasted from Seppelt, from any era" - Campbell Mattinson; "A pristine, dark-fruited and deeply spiced shiraz" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; Winefront Monthly - 96 points; "... one of the greatest Great Western shirazes of recent times" - Huon Hooke; "Literally sings on its lovely finish" - James Halliday, 96 points; "This is classic, cool-climate, central Victorian shiraz" - Philip Rich AFR Top 20 Wines of 2006    $75.95 per bottle

2003 Seppelt St Peters Shiraz   "A deep, succulent, concentrated shiraz" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, 97 points *****; "A closed, dark and brooding shiraz... superbly structured, a wine that will gradually unfold and reveal its qualities over many, many years" - Jeremy Oliver, 97 points; "Outstanding" - The Wine Front, 95 points; James Halliday - 94 points    $69.95 per bottle

1999 Seppelt St Peters Shiraz       "Near perfection as varietal Shiraz" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Another pearler from Seppelt Great Western" - The Wine Front, 94 points; "This is a glorious Shiraz" - Huon Hooke    $69.95 per bottle

2015 Shaw & Smith Adelaide Hills Shiraz   "The bouquet full of red fruits, darker fruit notes and delicious pepper and spice nuances. These characters flow through to the medium-bodied palate of Shaw + Smith's most consistently outstanding wine, the '15 vintage making it seem so easy" - James Halliday, 97 points; "Once again this time-proven shiraz rises to the top of a Winewise tasting. It has to be the best example yet - red, rather than black, berry aromas greatly enhanced by whiffs of whole bunch inputs and new oak. The palate is long and supremely fine - seamless really. Don't miss out" - Winewise *****(Outstanding); "The best shiraz yet under this label: deliciously intense with blood plum, raspberry, black cherry aromas laced with subtle pepper and spice nuances. Marvellous richness and a seamless, soft-textured palate which is fruit-driven, with barely perceptible oak" - The Real Review, 95 points; "Excellent intensity of flavour, soft texture, seamless, with smooth gentle tannins and early accessibility. Oak is barely perceptible. A delicious wine in a modern, fresh, fruit-driven style. I'd love to see this again in a few years" - Huon Hooke, 95 points     $49.95 per bottle

2002 Shaw & Smith Adelaide Hills Shiraz       Jeremy Oliver - 95 points; Dream team: Seek out the '02, a stunning year for the first S+S shiraz" - Jeni Port, The 10 wines you really must try before you die (Feb 2010); James Halliday - 94 points; "... absolute winner" - Max Allen    $56.95 per bottle

2004 Shingleback Shiraz       Dual Trophy Winner; James Halliday - 94 points;  "A real crowd-pleaser" - Cuisine Magazine NZ TOP TEN AUSTRALIAN SHIRAZ *****; "Full-flavoured, well-rounded, hearty, generous, smooth and satisfying" - Paddy Kendler ***** ; The Age Epicure *****; Wine Spectator - 91 points (90-94 pts outstanding)     $39.95 per bottle

2002 Shingleback Shiraz       Stunning McLaren Vale, has aged superbly; "Based on tastings of the '02 McLaren Vales, Shingleback ranks with the very best... An absolutely delicious McLaren Vale shiraz" - Paddy Kendler ***** ; The Age Epicure *****; Blue Gold Sydney International Wine Comp $39.95 per bottle

2015 Six Acres Yarra Valley Syrah      "A soft, gentle, Rhône-ish spice bouquet, which is really delightful. It's quite peppery, floral and very elegant. The wine is medium-bodied at best, with soft, light, gentle but present tannins, and a charming harmony. It doesn't have great power or concentration, but is a beautiful light to medium-bodied shiraz. Very gorgeous and very immediately drinkable" - Huon Hooke, 95 points $29.95 per bottle

2012 Sons of Eden 'Remus' Old Vine Eden Valley Shiraz      "A fresh, rich shiraz reflecting perfect use of stems... Quite simply, it's a brilliant Barossa red of which we can be proud. This is a long way from over-ripe fruit, tannin from a bag and obvious American oak. Don't miss it... The top three wines are brilliant (Sons of Eden Remus was top) and are magnificent examples of shiraz" - Winewise, Outstanding; "The cedary, savoury complexity of the wine is evident from the first whiff, the thumbprint of extended maturation in predominantly new French oak very obvious... and the fruit density on the palate, combined with the fine, persistent tannins, validates the maturation programme. Quite simply, a great wine from a great vintage"- James Halliday, 96 points; "Super smooth - vanilla crème deluxe, exotic spice, dark cherry and black fruit, subtle peppermint chocolate. Medium to full bodied, plushly fruited, silky smooth and rounded, ultra fine dense tannin, just-right acidity and a long spiced and lightly savoury finish. Immaculate. Top shelf" - The Wine Front, 95 points; "Pepper, cloves, and nutmeg. Obscenely good shape through the mouth with supple and tight tannin pulling everything together. Masterful work" - Jeremy Pringle, 94+ points  $67.95 per bottle

2010 Sons of Eden 'Remus' Old Vine Eden Valley Shiraz      "Fruit intensity but tannin management is the key to this wine. Very tight. Very fine. Clearly built for the long haul. Carries its ample tannin by maintaining a beautiful sense of momentum. Dark berries, toast, kirsch, handfuls of roasted nuts. Sweet and bitter, intense and yet quite exceptionally fine" - The Wine Front, 95 points; "A complex, luscious wine that shows its 22-month maturation in mainly new French oak; the fruit flavours are in a black cherry and spice spectrum, the tannins plentiful but ripe" - James Halliday, 95 points  $69.95 per bottle

2009 Sons of Eden 'Remus' Old Vine Eden Valley Shiraz      Superbly put together, the beautifully balanced palate is simply brimming with black cherry and blackberry fruit; has wonderful length, a silky, velvety texture and mouthfeel and super-fresh acidity that promises a long life; "Given Rolls Royce treatment in the winery... A perfectly balanced medium- to full-bodied wine, with delicious dark cherry and spice aromas and flavours, the palate finishing with fine, lingering tannins" - James Halliday, 96 points  $69.95 per bottle

2008 Sons of Eden 'Remus' Old Vine Eden Valley Shiraz      Sourced from 70+ year old Eden Valley vines; a totally delicious wine, complex and multi-layered, deep and compelling. Perhaps even more full-bodied than the award winning 2006 vintage  $69.95 per bottle

2012 Sons of Eden 'Romulus' Old Vine Barossa Valley Shiraz      "Here extended maturation in American oak serves to increase the difference between the wines, but also completes the cycle of totally delicious flavours on the medium to full-bodied palate. How do you choose between the two? The finesse and complexity of Remus, or the supple generosity of Romulus?" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Fleshy with a dam of fine tannin over which irrepressible flavour spills. Satsuma plums, toasted brown spice, redcurrant peaks and desiccated coconut. Vanilla malt oak. Loaded with regional hospitality... Has vitality and avoids jammy-ness while retaining power and opulence" - Jeremy Pringle, 94 points; "Very fragrant and strong in all respects. The layers of fruit are balanced by fine, firm tannins and the oak is a little obvious at the moment. At least five years' cellaring required" - Winewise, Highly Recommended  $67.95 per bottle

2009 Sons of Eden 'Romulus' Old Vine Barossa Valley Shiraz      A magnificent wine that will make lovers of Barossa Valley shiraz simply swoon. Full-bodied, with layer-upon-layer of delicious black fruits, the wine is all about power and elegance, seamlessly combined. The fruit is pure, poised and vibrant; the tannins are silky and fine; and the finish wonderfully long and persistent  $69.95 per bottle

2008 Sons of Eden 'Romulus' Old Vine Barossa Valley Shiraz      A wonderful follow-up to the delectable 2006 vintage; powerhouse palate of voluminous blackberry and and dark berry fruit, yet the the wine has great structure, class and elegance  $69.95 per bottle

2014 Sons of Eden Zephyrus Shiraz      An absolutely delicious wine wine bursting with vibrant, opulent fruits and supported by silky tannins on the long finish; "A beautifully wrought and detailed palate, so supple it literally glides through to the finish and aftertaste without even a momentary pause for thought. Will live for decades, but can also be consumed tonight" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Juicy forest berries with a jasmine perfume, spice, dried herbs, choc-mint fondant. Medium to full bodied, bitter chocolate and juicy dark berries, silky glossy feel with fine grained tannin that provides traction on the finish, to tighten it up. Feels fresh, but not forced, and the oak is beautifully taken up. Effortless Shiraz of polish and high drinking appeal" - The Wine Front, 93 points  $38.50 per bottle

2017 St Hallett Blackwell Shiraz       "It brings the energy, focus and finesse of '17 into high relief, making this a joy to taste" - James Halliday, 97 points & Special Value Wine  $39.95 per bottle

2002 St Hallett Blackwell Shiraz       "Sheer pleasure" - James Halliday, 93 points; "Silky, smooth and pristine modern Barossa shiraz" - Jeremy Oliver, 93 points; "Sheer Barossa, soft and black and lovely" - The Wine Front, 92 points; ""A classy wine from an exceptional vintage" - Ray Jordan; "Drink this when you feel you are able to cope with a colossal onslaught of flavour" - Matthew Jukes (Top 100 Wines 2005); Wine Spectator - 91 points (90-94 pts outstanding)   $59.95 per bottle

2004 St Hallett Faith Shiraz   "Best ever Faith Shiraz - Matthew Jukes, 100 Best Australian Wines 2006; Winewise - Highly Recommended; James Halliday - 90 points  $23.50 per bottle

2002 St Hallett Old Block Shiraz    Halliday's Top 100 of 2005 - 96 points; Gourmet Traveller Wine - ***** 96 points; The Wine Front - 94 points;  Wonderful expression of the stellar 2002 vintage  $110.00 per bottle

2008 St Johns Road Blood & Courage Shiraz   "This is full-on big red drinking... It's just an ooze of ripe, dark fruit flavour... Pretty good value, all up" - The Wine Front, 90 points  $26.95 per bottle

2018 Standish The Schubert Theorem Shiraz   "There's distinctive complexity of fruit here with all shades of red, blue and purple through to black... The palate has such intensity and power and really long, deep black fruit builds through the finish. Impeccable depth of tannin here. Rich blood plum flavors, intersected with blackberry. So saturated in flavor, so long and full of energy. The vinous intensity on the finish is spectacular. This is something really special" - Nick Stock (JamesSuckling.com), 100 POINTS & AUSTRALIAN WINE OF THE YEAR; "Full-bodied and rich without being heavy, it finishes tremendously long, with silky, cocoa-powder-like tannins. It should drink well for a couple of decades" - The Wine Advocate, 96 - 98 points; "It's perhaps the most rugged and firm of the 2018 Standish releases, through I love it for that all the same... No doubt it's a beauty. Tightly packed and in need of cellaring" - Gary Walsh, 96+ points  $185.00 per bottle

2018 Standish The Standish Shiraz   "It just exudes complexity, while also being full-bodied, plush and creamy, with a long, elegant finish. This seamless beauty is a candidate for perfection" - The Wine Advocate, 98 - 100 points; "This, and the Lamella, jumped out at me straight off... Spicy black fruit, dark and brooding, but finds its way through the mouth as surely as a cat in the night. Black liquorice, fresh picked blackberry and boysenberry, deep but with no shortage of energy and freshness, the tannin grips with a fine chalk powder texture, green tea perfume adds a little edge, and the finish is so long, stony and bright. It's a class act from start to finish" - Gary Walsh, 97 points  $145.00 per bottle

2014 Star Lane Beechworth Shiraz   A sophisticated and complex wine from start to finish, with a strong spice and pepper background to the red and black fruits that flood the medium-bodied palate which has an overall savoury cast that works well. The mouthfeel is particularly good, fine-grained tannins underpinning the elegant, mouthwatering structure  $39.95 per bottle

2004 Taltarni Heathcote Shiraz    BEST RED WINE - Epicure Uncorked; Halliday's Top 100 of 2006 - 96 points; "What a shiraz!" - Jane Faulkner; Blue-Gold Winner - 2006 Sydney International Wine Show   $49.95 per bottle

2013 Tatiarra Cambrian Shiraz      The best Tatiarra Cambrian Shiraz to date. A perfect expression of Heathcote shiraz, with the potential to evolve into something very special. Layers of pure blackberry and dark plum fruit, a wonderful expression of conrolled power; "Wow and ouch. Wow because 2013 blends are crazy good and ouch cause geeze that's a hard tasting, so concentrated and awesome" - Ben Riggs, Winemaker    $39.95 per bottle

2015 Tatiarra Culled Barrel Shiraz       $27.50 per bottle

2013 Tatiarra Culled Barrel Shiraz     A stunning wine for the price and a veritable bargain in the Heathcote landscape. The palate fairly ripples with juicy, blackberry and plum fruit, spice and peper. Powerful and seductive; "Wow and ouch. Wow because 2013 blends are crazy good and ouch cause geeze that's a hard tasting, so concentrated and awesome" - Ben Riggs, Winemaker    $29.95 per bottle

2006 Te Awa Hawke's Bay Syrah     "These are head turning wines of exceptional balance and class" - Andrew Caillard MW; "Te Awa represents the new wave of elegant New Zealand cool climate shiraz" - Jeni Port; "Elegantly sized wine with velvety, fine-grained tannins" - Raymond Chan, 18.0 points    $39.95 per bottle

2005 The Willows Bonestter Shiraz    "Proclaims its class from the word go... long, perfectly balanced finish" - James Halliday, 94 points  $52.50 per bottle

2004 The Willows Bonestter Shiraz     Produced from their oldest vines; "The wine has another dimension of richness" - James Halliday, 96 points; "This rip-snorter..." - Huon Hooke  $59.95 per bottle

2004 The Willows Shiraz     Beautifully structured and oh so drinkable; "Fine and elegant by normal Barossa Valley standards" - James Halliday, 94 points; "Gorgeous ripe blackberry and plum fruit flavour" - Paddy Kendler *****  $26.50 per bottle

2002 The Willows Shiraz     "Here's a big, juicy wine that will make you weak at the knees..." - www.wineoftheweek.com; "It's just a great big beautiful brawny beast... It all makes for a smashing glassful!" Oz Clarke - 2007 Top 20; Robert Parker - 93 points; James Halliday - 92 points   $29.95 per bottle

2009 Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Ridge Shiraz    "The rich, complex dark fruits of the bouquet expand on the medium- to full-bodied palate into a savoury, spicy array of plum, blackberry and dark chocolate flavours" - James Halliday, 94 points; "A true expression of the Barossa... full bodied and totally satisfying" - Winewise, Big Red Bargain; "Rich, dense palate with good flavour persistence, and mouth-coating tannins. Very stylish" - Winestate *****   $28.95 per bottle

2006 Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Ridge Shiraz     "A truly lovely Barossa shiraz... very satisfying and better than many at twice the price" - Paddy Kendler *****; Wine Spectator - 91 points [90-94: Outstanding]; "It's succulent and mouthfilling, rich yet balanced and downright seductive" - Sue Courtney; "Juicy, fresh and vibrant" - Jeremy Oliver, 91 points  $29.95 per bottle

2005 Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Ridge Shiraz     BEST RED WINE $15-$25 ***** - The Age Uncorked Wine Guide; ***** Cuisine Magazine NZ TOP TEN AUSTRALIAN SHIRAZ (2nd place); "A full-bodied wine, with layers of black fruits" - James Halliday, 94 points; "It is remarkable value" - Robert Parker, 92 points   $31.95 per bottle

2004 Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Ridge Shiraz      Trophy Best Red Wine 2006 Sydney Wine Show; "A wine of great quality" - James Halliday, 95 points; "... total hedonistic turn-on" - Robert Parker, 92 points; Wine Spectator - 91 points  (90-94 pts outstanding)   $33.95 per bottle

2002 Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Ridge Shiraz     RED HOT! Robert Parker - 93 points; Decanter Magazine *****; James Halliday - 93 points; Jeremy Oliver - 90 points     $35.95 per bottle

2004 Thorn-Clarke William Randell Shiraz        "This has oomph" - Tim White, 95(96) points; "It's a whopper, but beautifully turned out" - Huon Hooke, 95 points; "Opulent from the outset" - New Zealand Wine Show - Gold Medal; Wine Spectator - 91 points [90-94: Outstanding]; James Halliday - 93 points; Robert Parker - 92+ points    $49.95 per bottle

2002 Thorn-Clarke William Randell Shiraz        $49.95 per bottle

2001 Thorn-Clarke William Randell Shiraz        $49.95 per bottle

1997 Tim Adams The Aberfeldy Shiraz      Jeremy Oliver - 91 points  $75.00 per bottle

1996 Tim Adams The Aberfeldy Shiraz      Jeremy Oliver - 94 points   $85.00 per bottle

2015 Torbreck The Struie Shiraz      "The bouquet very concentrated and rich, plummy, dense and spicy with blackberry jam and licorice on the finish. A big, powerful, concentrated wine with some freshness and a lot of style. Long carry and good balance. This will age very well" - Huon Hooke, 94 points; "Clearly made in fashion that Torbreck aficionados expect and respect. Sultry black fruits have soaked up the oak, and the tannins are totally integrated" - James Halliday, 94 points   $62.95 per bottle

2015 Turkey Flat Shiraz      "If you're looking for first class, traditionally styled, Barossa shiraz, this release from Turkey Flat is the perfect 'go to'. It's toasty, malty, beautifully blackberried and rich, the deliciousness factor from start to finish (very) high. To boot, it has both the inherent structure and balance to keep it at a high level for a good long time. This is Turkey Flat Shiraz in exactly the form you'd like to see it. Plum, kirsch, cream and cocoa characters are all nothing if not seductive. Licks of oak are perfectly applied. Fruit is dark and satisfying... It's Barossa shiraz, fighting fit" - Campbell Mattinson, 95 points; "This smells super with its aromas of briary dark fruits together with a little cedar/vanillin from the beautifully handled oak. There is an old vine creaminess to the palate which manages to be rich and concentrated but supremely balanced at the same time. A terrific wine from go to whoah" - Philip Rich, 95 points; "The wine is full-bodied and ample with generous fruit sweetness backed up by savoury tannins, which are supple. The flavour is rich and generous and there is a touch of hedonism about it. Very good" - Huon Hooke, 93 points   $62.95 per bottle

2012 Turkey Flat Shiraz      "The backbone of this wine comes from the vines planted in 1847 on the Bethany Road Vineyard, some of the oldest shiraz vines in the world; French oak was used at the end of the fermentation and subsequent maturation; everything it should be from '12, with layers of black fruits, licorice, tannins and cedary oak" - James Halliday, 97 points; "A very intense, bright, full-bodied wine of real purity, poise and harmony. The best Turkey Flat shiraz so far" - Huon Hooke, 95 points; "It's clean, juicy and well-fruited, but it has a sinewy aspect. It's medium-bodied with fine-grained, fruit-filled tannin. It benefits from being given time to breathe in the glass. In all, it's a top Turkey Flat release" - Campbell Mattinson, 94 points   $72.95 per bottle

2001 Turkey Flat Shiraz     Winner of Great Australian Shiraz Challenge   $76.95 per bottle

2000 Turramurra Estate Shiraz       James Halliday - 94 points; " the best Mornington Peninsula shiraz yet." Epicure Uncorked *****  $39.95 per bottle

2004 Tyrrell's Rufus Stone Heathcote Shiraz   ***** Cuisine Magazine NZ TOP TEN AUSTRALIAN SHIRAZ; "the best of this line I've tasted ... it's an absolute ripper" - Huon Hooke; Epicure Uncorked ****(* ) $19.95 per bottle

2004 Tyrrell's Rufus Stone McLaren Vale Shiraz   James Halliday - 94 points 19.95 per bottle

2015 Ulithorne Familia McLaren Vale Shiraz   "A complex suite of aromas swirl out of the glass in a spicy, savoury dark berry spectrum. New oak makes its presence felt in the focused, medium-bodied palate, but doesn't hide those intriguing savoury nuances in a wine that keeps drawing you back again and again" - James Halliday, 95 points   29.95 per bottle

2014 Ulithorne Familia McLaren Vale Shiraz      32.95 per bottle

1999 Vasse Felix Shiraz      "Lashings of rich, full dark cherry/berry fruit on the bouquet is followed by a palate with masses of velvety dark cherry and plum frui... Superbly balanced and constructed" - James Halliday, 96 points; Jeremy Oliver - 93 points   $49.95 per bottle

2004 Veritas Hanisch Shiraz      Robert Parker - 95 points;  "The depth and length of the wine, without being huge, is simply amazing." - Rolf Binder; James Halliday - 94 points    $99.00 per bottle

2003 Veritas Hanisch Shiraz        Robert Parker - 97 points    $97.00 per bottle

2002 Veritas Hanisch Shiraz        Robert Parker - 98 points; The Wine Front - 92 points   $129.00 per bottle

2012 Voyager Estate Shiraz   "One of the better shiraz from Voyager. Bouquet is beautiful... It's seamless and so velvety smooth on the palate with a fine integration of tannins and oak. There is a sense of place and region here which manifests itself on the palate. Effortless and long to the finish. A beauty" - Ray Jordan, 96 points; "Has all the ingredients for a distinguished future" - James Halliday, 95 points  $35.95 per bottle

2010 Voyager Estate Shiraz   "The palate is super fine, lacy, almost ethereal, yet opens up with power and precision in an almost pinot-like sensuality; long precise and destined to go the distance" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Fresh blackberry and cherry fruits, some brambly edges and a suggestion of clove and pepper spice. Maybe even a little floral too. Medium bodied and elegant, I found this compelling and extremely tasty" - Jeremy Pringle, 94 points  $35.95 per bottle

2009 Voyager Estate Shiraz  "Oozes ripe fresh-cut blood plums, wild berries and fine-ground baking spices. Beautifully applied oak... the same fresh pastry notes as the '07, dense fine tannins and super balance" - Nick Stock, 96 points; "A firm and bold palate statement... intense concentrated fruit... Long, powerful finish still quite tight" - Ray Jordan, 96 points; "The touch of viognier works its magic... a beautifully structured and balanced wine" - James Halliday, 95 points; "An elegant, stylish shiraz with a lot of charm and rich, fully ripe blackberry flavours. It's succulent and fleshy in the mouth" - Huon Hooke - 93 points *****; "A really lovely shiraz... Black and brooding on the nose with a perfumed lift. Soft and gentle in the mouth, with loads of everything" - Winestate *****; "The palate is oh-so lithe and judiciously metered... It's hard not to embrace the swathe of bright fruit flavours at play... This is impressively formed, supple, sensual and seductive Margaret River Shiraz at its best" - The Wine Front, 94+ points; "The wine is all about the fruit... the palate is luscious and silky" - Scoop Magazine, 18 points out of 20; "Very attractive wine" - Clive Hartley, Highly Recommended   $36.95 per bottle

2008 Voyager Estate Shiraz   "The palate is very rich and full, with good structure and outstanding texture" - James Halliday, 95 points  $36.95 per bottle

2004 Voyager Estate Shiraz    "Top wine" - Gourmet Traveller Wine ***** 96 points; Halliday's Top 100 of 2005 - 95 points; "A stunning wine" - Ray Jordan, 94 points; Tyson Stelzer - 94 points   $45.95 per bottle

1997 Water Wheel Shiraz        Winestate   *****; Jeremy Oliver - 90 points $25.95 per bottle

1996 Water Wheel Shiraz        Jeremy Oliver - 93 points $27.95 per bottle

1992 Water Wheel Shiraz        Jeremy Oliver - 92 points $36.95 per bottle

2001 Wendouree Shiraz       $200.00 per bottle

2000 Wendouree Shiraz       $190.00 per bottle

2003 Wendouree Shiraz Malbec       $120.00 per bottle

2001 Wendouree Shiraz Malbec       $120.00 per bottle

2000 Wendouree Shiraz Malbec       $110.00 per bottle

2003 Wendouree Shiraz Mataro       $120.00 per bottle

2002 Wendouree Shiraz Mataro       $135.00 per bottle

2001 Wendouree Shiraz Mataro       $120.00 per bottle

2000 Wendouree Shiraz Mataro       $110.00 per bottle

2004 West Cape Howe 'Two Steps' Shiraz Viognier    James Halliday - 94 points; ***** Gourmet Traveller Wine  - 93 points; Paddy Kendler *****;  "juicy succulence and perfume make it a winner" - Huon Hooke; Epicure Uncorked ****(*)  $29.95 per bottle

2018 Wise Vineyard Sea Urchin Shiraz     "One of the best under this label I have tasted. Love the generous soft and plush palate profile. Seems to be some mighty good fruit in here. Sensational value" - Ray Jordan, 93 points & Best Value Wine Overall   $15.95 per bottle

2006 Witchmount Estate Shiraz     "Witchmount's shiraz is excellent and always great value... Best shiraz in the world? Maybe not, but it's delicious" - Epicure Uncorked, Wine of the Week *****    $36.95 per bottle

2005 Witchmount Estate Shiraz     SUCCESSOR TO THE FABLED 2004 - WINNER OF THE WORLDS BEST SHIRAZ (2008 Syrah Du Monde France)   $36.95 per bottle

2003 Wynns Coonawarra Michael Shiraz       "Very elegant and sophisticated, likely to cellar exceptionally well" - Jeremy Oliver, 95 points; James Halliday - 95 points    $130.00 per bottle

1996 Wynns Coonawarra Michael Shiraz       "The palate is at once profound" - James Halliday,  95 points; "...palate of great intensity and balance" - Jeremy Oliver,  94 points   $140.00 per bottle

2008 Wynns V&A Lane Shiraz       "It stood out in the Wynnsday tasting; it is a seriously lovely wine, with silky line and length to the vivid red fruit flavours" - James Halliday, 96 points    $49.95 per bottle

2018 Yabby Lake Single Vineyard Syrah    "It takes a microsecond for the wine to establish this part of the Mornington Peninsula to deliver full-bodied shiraz that hasn't been over-extracted or otherwise forced to provide its layered purple and black fruits. The oak and tannin contributions have been calculated with the usual attention to detail" - James Halliday, 96 points; "Medium-bodied and very slippery across the tongue. The blue fruits are plush whilst we have undertones of blood sausage and broken slate... A very stylish wine for the price" - Stuart Knox, The Real Review, 94 points   $32.95 per bottle

2016 Yabby Lake Single Vineyard Syrah   "5% whole bunches wild-fermented in oak cuves, matured in French oak (15% new) for 11 months. The vintage was challenging for pinot, but not for shiraz. Both the bouquet and medium to full-bodied palate have a smoky/savoury/spicy undertow easily dealt with by the black fruits and generous tannins" - James Halliday, 96 points & Halliday's Top 100 Wines 2017    $42.95 per bottle

2012 Yering Station Reserve Shiraz Viognier     "The vibrant colour heralds an equally vibrant bouquet and palate, with coruscating red berry fruits, silky tannins, and that fragrant lift that is the mark of all high quality shiraz viogniers" - James Halliday, 96 points; "This is an impeccable release. It's firm, savoury, accented by white pepper but at heart it's all cherry-plum fruit flesh. Savouriness, spiciness and fruitiness bound together in an harmonious whole. Ripples of chalky tannin help confirm the wine's class" - Campbell Mattinson, 93+ points; "The palate is elegant and lively, even a touch lean, reflecting the moderate alcohol, and oak has been sensitively used" - Huon Hooke, 94 points    $110.00 per bottle

2001 Yering Station Reserve Shiraz Viognier     "The fragrance leaps from the glass, red and black cherries intermingling with a suite of spices; the palate is superbly balanced and impressively long" - Halliday's Top 100 of 2003, 96 points; "This is an outstanding and refined wine" - Philip Rich, Top 20 wines of 2003; "Beautiful fruit, complexity, finesse" - Gourmet Traveller Wine, Top 30 Australian Wines; "The riot of flavours continues in the mouth... The integration between the two varieties is flawless and perfectly balanced" - Divine Magazine     $110.00 per bottle