In the northern hemisphere we call it Syrah, but down south – in the vast brown land of Australia – they call it Shiraz. Sure, Syrah gets celebrated in February each year, but big, bold Aussie Shiraz always seem to get left out. So, in typical Aussie fashion, they create a day of their very own – Shiraz Day!
Big names and bestsellers are waiting to fill your glass. Tahbilk is a winery with a history stretching back over 150 years, their "fresh and lively" (David Bicknell, Wine Companion) 93pt Tahbilk Shiraz 2017 is an estate staple. Leogate is a highly regarded James Halliday 5 Red Star-rated winery behind the glorious Leogate Gatecrasher Central Ranges Shiraz 2017, and McPherson's Don't Tell Gary 2019 is an exceptional (and cheeky) drop crafted by celebrated Victorian winemaker Jo Nash. You might have enjoyed our bestselling Black Stump in the past, but here we give you the next step up – a supercharged 90pt Reserve version The Black Stump Reserve Shiraz 2021. It's from McLaren, the beautiful red region also behind the inky Oxenberry Pedler Creek McLaren Vale Shiraz 2019. Lastly, sip the juicy, ripe Barossa fruit with a touch of vanillin spice in our Salena Estate Black Label Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018 which was rated 91 Points by Wine Enthusiast. We can't wait for you to taste these impressively rich reds!
Shiraz Day is just around the corner, so order your Amazing Shiraz today and celebrate in style!
Founded in 1862, Tahbilk is not only the oldest family-owned wine estate in Victoria, it's also carbon neutral. Sustainability aside, this is a rich, yet beautifully balanced, luscious plum and earthy spice Shiraz from cooler climate Nagambie Lakes.
Salena Estate has won countless awards for their fine quality, luscious wines. Black Label Barossa Valley Shiraz is a rich, fruit-forward red, brimming with ripe mulberry and plum. Oak-ageing and an excellent vintage make it extra special.
Tyrrell’s is one of the most famous family owned wineries in Australia, producing exemplary wines since the mid 19th century. The family can trace their history back to William the Conqueror, but first gained a foothold in Oz in the 1840s. They planted vines in the Hunter Valley in 1848, and built a winery there a decade later. Tyrrell’s are renowned for possibly the finest Semillon in the world, and produce many other wines with legendary status.
Black Stump is our No.1 red; an impressive wine with a huge cult following. This reserve edition takes its bold flavour to the next level. Pure Shiraz, selected from the premium Clare Valley and McLaren Vale, it's packed with dense fruit and spice.