2021 Shiraz

2021 Shiraz

SIZE 750mL
TYPE Full Bodied Red

Medium purple in colour in the glass

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Tasting Notes

Aroma The savoury nose gives way to a burst of fruit upon first taste

Palate Varietal Shiraz spiciness combines with tight tannins and finishes with a touch of European oak

Food Pairing

Choose fattier foods to pair with this Shiraz as they will bring out its smooth side, think cheddar cheese, braised beef and lamb.


1 - 10 years

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Awards + Reviews

Langhorne Creek Wine Show 2023

Bronze Medal

Melbourne Int. Wine Show 2023

Bronze Medal

Wine Showcase Magazine

91 Points

Winestate Magazine

92 Points

Taste profile

Primary flavors


The flavors of Plums can span from red to black, from freshness to sweetness to Prunes. Red Plum flavors are found in easy-drinking red wines. Black Plum flavors are found in full bodied red wines.


While some wines smell remarkably blue, only a few wines taste distinctly of the actual blueberry fruit. Instead the flavor can often be found hiding in layers of taste, swirled amongst other fruits in a decidedly delicious blue concoction of floral sweetness and acidity.

Black Pepper

With some wines, you could be forgiven for thinking someone had sneakily ground some pepper into your glass. Overall, the characteristic flavour of black peppercorns is spicy, woody, warm, terpy and herbaceous.

Secondary flavors


The chocolate and mocha flavors common in wine come from oak. There's no real chocolate in your wine but winemakers use toasted French or American oak to give your wine rich dark and milk chocolate and cocoa flavors.


Cedar-smell is likened to pencil shavings and is often associated with many red wines matured in oak barrels.