Two Fathoms Currency Creek Shiraz 2017
Currency Creek is one of South Australia's exciting new wave regions, although the area first got its name in 1837 by explorers Young Bingham Hutchinson and T. Bewes Strangways. They pronounced its depth to be about 'Two Fathoms'. The cool maritime climate allows for slow, even ripening of the grapes, resulting in beautifully balanced wines like this medium bodied Shiraz filled with bright red and dark berry fruits.
Tolley Cellar Reserve Shiraz 2017
Looking for an introduction to the acclaimed Tolley label? Tolley's Cellar Reserve range is an excellent place to start. The quality of this Shiraz belies its price and is sourced from premium South Australian fruit. Full of red berry and plum flavours, it has firm tannins, subtle oak and a long finish. It's ready to enjoy now or over the short term.
Willowbrook Coonawarra Shiraz 2016
While Coonawarra may be more famous for Cabernet Sauvignon, it's making a big impact with Shiraz too. The region's cool climate produces a uniquely spicy, lifted yet richly fruited style of wine that never fails to impress.
Pandora's Box Clare Valley Shiraz 2016
The Clare Valley is one of Australia's oldest (and prettiest) wine regions. It's famous for its Rieslings, but its big, complex reds also have a devoted following. One sip of this lovely Shiraz will show you why. Beautifully balanced and deeply complex, it's a Clare classic in the making.
Dune Ridge Western Australia Shiraz 2016
If you're looking for an excellent value Western Australian Shiraz, then look no further than this elegant and refined example from Dune Ridge. With generous sweet fruit and excellent structure and length, this Shiraz beautifully expresses the unique terroir of the myriad premium wine regions of Western Australia.