Hogs In The Woods Fleurieu Peninsula Shiraz 2016
South Australia's Fleurieu Peninsula encompasses the world-renowned wine regions of McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek and Currency Creek. The reds from the region are powerful and intense and this cracking Shiraz is a stunning example. It's definitely not to be missed.
Big Jetty Bay Geographe Shiraz 2015
Jutting into Geographe Bay the mighty Bussleton Jetty is the longest wooden pier in the Southern Hemisphere. Calling it big is an understatement. This Shiraz, grown on Cathy and Neil Howard's pristine Geographe vineyard, is magnificent. This too is an understatement. It's full of bright dark berry fruits, spice and dark chocolate with soft, even well balanced tannins.
Woolshed Limestone Coast Shiraz 2016
Mention Limestone Coast and many winelovers will give you a blank look. But mention Coonawarra, Mt Benson, Padthaway, Wrattonbully and Robe and they'll nod knowingly. Those regions make up the remote, rugged Limestone Coast, once famed for seafood and livestock and now planting itself firmly on the map as a producer of some of the finest cool-climate wines.
Tolley Regional Padthaway Shiraz 2016
This flavoursome and well-balanced Shiraz comes from the Padthaway region of the Limestone Coast. With fine grained tannins and a firm long finish, the structure and quality of this red is everything you'd expect from the historic Tolley label.
Instinct By Kate Radburnd Hawke's Bay Syrah 2015
Pask wines stand tall as one of the premier producers in Hawkes Bay, creating wines of impeccable elegance and pure style. This elegant Syrah offers a balanced palate of dark fruits with balance and texture.