BIG Barossa Shiraz ... an inky, rich Reserve version that will wow you with its intensity!
The Adaptaur range of wines is named after a particularly hefty kind of cow ... which gives you an idea of the weight and strength of this inky rich Barossa Shiraz. It's impressive - especially when teamed up with with a big rump steak!
“Sourced from a vineyard planted in ’65 and matured in 30% new French. Nice to see wines like this, a focus on fragrance and softness rather than heft. Respect for mature vines. Bright red and blue fruit, lively acidity giving great length and refreshment... 94pts” (Halliday).
"Off the richter in terms of deliciousness...95pts" (The Real Review)
Planted in 1892, Richard Hamilton’s “Centurion” vineyard is amongst the oldest in the McLaren Vale, and indeed the country. This sumptuous Shiraz has a long and proud award-winning history, and great acclaim from critics. As the Real Review says, it's "Off the richter in terms of deliciousness...95pts"!
A Gold-medal ‘Grand’ Barossa GSM from ‘the birthplace of the Barossa as Château Tanunda has been called. It was established in 1890 and is the
site of some of the Valley’s first vines planted as well as its first winery.
Platinum and TRIPLE Gold Barossa Aristocrat from Zonte's
Nothing impresses dinner guests quite like having nobility at the table. Meet Barossan-born ‘Baron Von Nemesis’ Shiraz, still basking in the glory of its recent multi-Gold-medal success at major shows. It's rich and powerful, and lusciously intense.
Powerful McLaren Vale Cabernet from iconic d'Arenberg - two Gold, two Blue Gold & 95pts!
Coppermine Road runs parallel to d'Arenberg's very best Cabernet vineyard in McLaren Vale, just metres from the winery, cellar door and restaurant. While enjoyable in youth, this wine will reach its full potential with bottle age up to at least 20 years.
This bright and hedonistic (yet fresh and balanced) wine comes from the 3rd generation Guglielmino family, a famous Italian wine family in Griffith. The winery itself is located in a small village just outside Griffith in NSW, with the area falling into the 'Riverina' region.