29 Products Found

Babich (Hawkes Bay) 2022 Syrah

Winery note

"From our Babich estate-owned vineyards in both the Gimblett Gravels and Bridge Pa Triangle regions, this Hawke’s Bay Syrah offers delicate raspberry and floral flavours in a light, fresh and peppery style.Tasting Note Plum and raspberry with a sweet vanilla note and a touch of dark cedar. Dried herbs. Fine tannings create a creamy texture to s palate loaded with dark fruits and sweet spice. Black pepper, redcurrant and dried goji berry. Balance and lively."

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ERP $18.99

Single bottle: $15.99

Bulletin Place (S.E Australia) 2022 Shiraz

Bulletin Place wines have long been a favourite here at Winesale. New vintage no exception. Made by Calabria Estate showcasing the true traits of Australian Shiraz.

Bulletin Place is inspired by the historic building site, located along the famous Sydney harbor. Built in 1816, later becoming one of Sydney's best known wine houses.

Bulletin Place Shiraz has a well rounded palate with rich fruit flavors of dark cherries, boysenberry and ripe plum. Juicy acidity is balanced with refined tannin to provide length and a rewarding finish  Enjoy with; roasted pork belly or spaghetti bolognese. 

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ERP $15.99

Single bottle: $14.99

Butterfly Kiss (Victoria) 2022 Organic Shiraz

Winesale Exclusive Import

Winery note
"Crafted from the finest parcels of fruit nurtured in our organic certified vineyard, these wines are made using environmentally sustainable farming and minimal intervention winemaking techniques. Shiraz grapes from our organic vineyard were harvested in the cooler months.

Mid crimson with a purple edge Aroma; Ripe juicy raspberries with a touch of white pepper and dark toasty oak. Palate;Juicy raspberry, rhubarb and dark berries, coffee and anise and so, smooth tannins. Try with; Slow cooked beef brisket, eggplant lasagne, spring lamb with rosemary. 

100% Organic

Vegan Friendly

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ERP $24.99

Single bottle: $22.99

Chateau Tanunda (Barossa) 2018 The Chateau 100 yr Old Vines Shiraz

Winesale Exclusive

Gold Medal - Berlin Wine Trophy 2021
Gold Medal - Global Syrah Masters 2021

97 Points - Andrew Caillard MW
97 Points - Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
97 Points - Ken Gargett, Tasting Book
94 Points - Angus Hughson, Wine Pilot

From some of the oldest ungrafted Shiraz vines in the world, all of at least 100 years of age.

Winery description
"The wine delivers classical regional characters of dense, spicy blueberry fruit and savoury pan jus. Next come hints of liquorice, plum, and all-spice all delicately interwoven. A fine grained tannin structure and depth of flavour all show that this wine is made to last the distance in the cellar. A long balanced finish with persistence.

From just two small vineyards on the Eastern Edge of Vine Vale (Deep Sandy Loam) and the Nuriootpa (Alluvial Sand over Red Brown Earth) sub-regions of the Barossa. The hand-picked grapes were destemmed, but not crushed, and spent seven days on their skins in open fermenters with hand-plunging four times daily to gently extract colour, flavours and tannins. This was followed by careful basket pressing followed 24 months' maturation in our cellars in a combination of French and American oak (20% New). In keeping with the non-interventionist winemaking style we have neither fined nor filtered this wine."


ERP $199.99

Chateau Tanunda (Barossa) 2019 Ebenezer Shiraz 1.5L MAGNUM

96 POINTS - Huon Hooke, The Real Review (2018 Vintage)
"Deep, dark red/purple colour with a gun-flinty, machine-oil overtone to the bouquet. There are black fruit aromas beneath. The palate is very complex and layered, with smoky, briary, black olive and graphite nuances that follow throughout the palate. The tannins are firm and compact and beautifully balanced to add structure and contribute to length. A ripping wine. Drinking Well: 2020–2035"

Only 240 of these Magnums are produced, Winesale was lucky enough to snaffle some of these big boys!

Part of Chateau Tanundas Terroirs of the Barossa series. The Barossa has some of the oldest and diverse soil types in the world. A journey through the Terroirs is a lesson in the Barossa’s versatility Featuring the separate sub regions of the Barossa district. This is an elegant and structured wine from the sandy soils of the northern Barossa and typical of the district of Ebenezer.


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ERP $149.99

Single bottle: $109.99

Chateau Tanunda (Barossa) 2019 Terroirs Barossa Marananga

Exclusive Import

Gold Medal - Berlin Wine Trophy 2021
93 Point - Andrew Caillard MW
96 Points - Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
93 Point - Dave Brookes, Halliday Wine Companion

Marananga, centred in the North West quadrant of the Barossa provides some of the Valley’s most powerful wines. The red brown clay loam soils with schists and siltstone yield flavours of jam and fruitcake, cardamom, blueberry fruits, cocoa powder with an undercurrent of roasted meats and crackling.


To ensure the unique character of this sub region is exemplified in the wine, small open fermenters and our basket press were employed to gently extract the wine. Aging in the finest quality oak for 18 months and selection of the truest barrels has created a wine that respects and expresses its place of origin.

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ERP $69.99

Single bottle: $56.99

Chateau Tanunda (Barossa) 2019 Terroirs Greenock Shiraz

96 POINTS- Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
A tremendously styled shiraz; the bouquet shows dark fruit richness with vanilla, cedar and cake spice characters, followed by a concentrated palate that’s expansive and mouthfilling. It’s splendidly enhanced by silky texture and grainy tannins, offering firm structure and terrific length. At its best: now to 2038.
92 POINTS - Huon Hooke, The Real Review
Deep dark purple/red colour, with a more herbal aromatic note, peppercorns, coconut and green walnut naunces, too. The palate is bold and full-bodied...Age will no doubt bring more to it. Drink 2022 - 2035

An expression of invidivuals regions within the greater Barossa area. Greenock sits on the north western outskirts of Nuriootpa, in the heart of the Barossa Valley.
The dark, brooding regional characters of plum, red cherry and liquorice are all to the fore of this wine. The palate is focused and linear, with dark bitter chocolate notes and an elegant long persistent finish. We recommend cellaring for 10 years.

When you buy 6 or more

ERP $74.99

Single bottle: $56.99

Graham Norton's (South Australia) 2019 Shiraz

4.5 Stars - Sam Kim’s Wine Orbit 
Gold Medal - China Wine & Spirits Competition
 (2017 vintage)
Gold Medal - Global Syrah Master’s (2015 vintage)

This off-dry 2019 South Australian Shiraz is a vibrant and fruit-forward wine that boasts aromas of juicy red berries, raspberry, and black cherry. On the palate, the wine is medium-bodied with a silky texture, displaying flavours of ripe red fruit and a hint of chocolate. The wine has a pleasant balance of acidity with an easy-to-drink finish. Overall, a delightful and approachable Shiraz that pairs well with a variety of dishes, from grilled meats to pasta.


ERP $19.99

McGuigan Reserve (South Australia) 2021 Shiraz

A well-balanced, luscious wine with upfront fruit which is balanced with soft tannin and characteristic Shiraz black pepper. Aromas of red fruits, raspberries and dark cherries abound, with hints of black pepper and chocolate.


ERP $16.99

Mount Ridge (Aus) 2021 Shiraz

Good golly this is a good deal!

A bargain, quaffable Aussie Shiraz brought to you by Giesen. This is amazing value.

Super easy drinking, soft tannins and a palate packed with black fruit flavours and spice. 

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ERP $14.99

Single bottle: $11.99

Penfolds (Barossa Valley) 2021 RWT 798 Shiraz

Penfolds 2023 allocation is here!

98+ Points - Andrew Caillard MW
19/20 Points - Matthew Jukes,
97 Points - Ned Goodwin,

98 Points - Ken Gargett, Wine Pilot

Commercial description
"The initials RWT stand for ‘Red Winemaking Trial’, the name given to the project internally when developmental work began in the early 1990s. Naturally, now no longer a ‘trial’, RWT Shiraz was launched in May 2000 with the 1997 vintage. The alphanumeric Bin designation 798 was bestowed upon the wine from the 2016 vintage. Stylistically, RWT is contemporary, opulent and finely tuned. An interesting contrast to the well-established Grange, which is a more concentrated, muscular and assertive style. RWT is made from Barossa Valley shiraz grapes primarily selected for their aromatic qualities, varietal typicity, fine tannins and plush texture. Maturation in French oak provides another contrast to Grange. The result is a wine that redefines Barossa Valley shiraz at the highest quality level. While delightfully approachable on release, RWT Bin 798 has the concentration and balance to age for many years.

WINE ANALYSIS Alc/Vol: 14.5%, Acidity: 6.5 g/L, pH: 3.69
MATURATION 14 months in French oak hogsheads (80% new, 20% 1-y.o.)

An epic RWT, multi-layered, Barossa terroir expressed through a Penfolds/French oak lens."

PEAK DRINKING 2025 – 2055


ERP $269.99

Penfolds (South Australia) 2019 Bin 2 Shiraz Mataro

Penfolds NZ Allocation is in!!

Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front 
"Sweet, simple, fruit-driven aromatics lead to a bold, open, plush expression of this famous blend. Raspberry, boysenberry, anise and woodsmoke characters have this wine rollicking along in fine, enjoyable style. It will mature well; it pretty much always does. But gosh this is fun right now."

Commercial description
"Bin 2 was first released in 1960, yet was discontinued in Australia in the 1970s at the height of the white wine boom. The original Bin 2 was an ‘Australian Burgundy’ style (despite its Rhône varieties) – typically a soft, medium-bodied wine based on Shiraz. The Bin 2 blend of Shiraz and Mataro is still relatively uncommon in Australian table wines. Also known as Monastrell or Mourvèdre, Mataro was introduced to Australia in the 1830s. Sometimes used in fortified wine production, this grape is widely planted in the Barossa Valley. It is greatly valued by winemakers for its blending attributes, adding complexity and palate grip."

A summer-pudding swirl of fruits laced with red-currant conserve, praline. Varietal I.D. confirmed via green Sicilian olive, plummy fruits and spice. Fine tannins, well-concealed oak."

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ERP $44.99

Single bottle: $39.99

Penfolds (South Australia) 2020 Bin 150 Marananga Shiraz

Allocation release. Extremely limited

98 Points - Andrew Caillard MW
96 Points - Nick Stock,
96 Points - Ken Gargett, The World of Fine Wine
96 Points - Erin Larkin, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

Commercial description

"Bin 150 Marananga Shiraz is a sub-regional expression that is unmistakably Penfolds in character. Conceived from the ancient soils of Marananga, which lie very close to the centre of the Barossa Valley floor – slightly to the North-West, where warm dry conditions and rich red soil provide the backbone to some of the region’s best-known wines. Each release delivers a contemporary shiraz alternative, framed by a mix of oaks; French and American, old and new – crafted in the 'Penfolds way

PEAK DRINKING 2025 – 2040

MATURATION 12 months in American (24% new) and French oak (23% new) hogsheads and puncheons


ERP $109.99

Penfolds (South Australia) 2020 St Henri Shiraz

2023 Penfolds Allocation is here!

95 Points - Decanter, Tina Gellie
96 Points - Wine Pilot, Dave Brookes
19+/20 Points - Matthew Jukes
96 Points - Andrew Caillard MW

Commercial description
"The fruit profile is a delight, oak playing no role in the aromatics. Shiraz, unadulterated! The descriptors need to be coaxed from the glass with a gentle swirl. Fruits of the forest are first to emerge, berry conserve, strawberry flan and rhubarb tart. There is a hit of confectionary, reminiscent of red glace cherries. Savoury notes include German Blutwurst spiced sausage, pan scrapings from roast lamb and salt cured beef with black peppercorns. Ferric notes of iron filings and whetstone swarf round out an impressive showing. PALATE True to form, the palate is quite savoury. Japanese nori paper and olive brine offer a very morish umami nuance. Fresh blueberry and mulberry leaf anchor the core of the mid-palate. Exotic spices adding intrigue, Alleppey turmeric, toasted cumin, pimento. The tannins are very tactile, comparable to Dutch cocoa. A classic St Henri that will reward extended time in the cellar."

VINEYARD REGION McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley, Clare Valley
WINE ANALYSIS Alc/Vol: 14.5%, Acidity: 6.6 g/L, pH: 3.62
MATURATION 12 months in large seasoned oak vats


ERP $169.99

Penfolds (South Australia) 2021 Bin 28 Shiraz

Penfolds 2023 Allocation is here!

18+/20 Points - Matthew Jukes, Daily Mail
96 Points - Ray Jordan, Wine Front
97 Points - Andrew Caillard MW

95 Points - Jamie Goode, Decanter
"Great Concentration and depth here, showing bold berry fruits, a bit of ripe black cherry, and then some finegrained tannins and a twist of sea salt on the finish. Fantastic depth, lots of ripe fruit, but also a sense of balance, with savoury in the mix as well as sweetness. Very impressive"

Commercial description
"Bin 28 offers a showcase of warm climate Australian shiraz – ripe, robust and generously flavoured. First made in 1959, Bin 28 was original named after the famous Barossa Valley Kalimna vineyard purchased by Penfolds in 1945 and from which the wine was originally sourced. Today, Bin 28 is a multi-region, multi-vineyard blend, with the Barossa Valley always well represented."

VINEYARD REGION McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley, Padthaway, Wrattonbully, Clare Valley
WINE ANALYSIS Alc/Vol: 14.5%, Acidity: 6.4 g/L, pH: 3.69
MATURATION 12 months in American oak hogsheads (7% new)



ERP $49.99

Peter Lehmann (Barossa) 2016 Futures Shiraz


The Futures wines are a tribute to our past and a celebration of our future. Recalling our Barossa story, ‘Futures’ was the wine that secured the livelihoods of the growers who were integral to establishing the Barossa region. Today these wines are made in recognition of the long-standing friendships and partnerships that will continue to prosper long into the future.
Futures wines are testament to generations of PLW winemakers working alongside renowned Barossa grape-growers, allowing us to source exceptional parcels of fruit from select low-yielding vineyards across the region.

Wine Makers Note
"This Shiraz is a deep red colour displaying a bright edge, with notes of dark fruits, chocolate and liquorice combined with a charry oak undertone and long, firm finish. The intense muscular fruit flavours are integrated perfectly, creating an approachable and supple wine that will benefit from cellaring if desired."

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ERP $29.99

Single bottle: $27.99

Peter Lehmann (Barossa) 2020 The Barossan Shiraz

Peter Lehmann was a member of the Order of Australia, a founding member of the Barons of the Barossa and a legend of Australian wine. His contribution to the industry as a whole was acknowledged in 2009 with an International Wine Challenge Lifetime Achievement Award. Crafted by the next generation of Peter Lehmann winemakers, The Barossan showcases the superb fruit sourced from the many fabled sub-regions across the Barossa Valley. Lifted cherry and brooding dark fruit aromas combine seamlessly with sweet chocolate and mocha undertones to deliver an intense, generous and full bodied wine. Fine tannins and soft supple finish.

True to what the region has come to be known for ‘The Barossan’ is a quintessential expression of Barossa Shiraz. Drinking beautifully now with further cellaring potential.

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ERP $24.99

Single bottle: $21.99

Peter Lehmann (Barossa) 2021 Hill & Valley Shiraz

92 Points -  Cameron Douglas MS, June 2022 (2020 Vintage)

"Our Hill & Valley wines showcase the great diversity of the Barossa region. From the cooler Adelaide Hills to the elevated Eden Valley vineyards to those situated on the Barossa Valley floor, these ancient soils provide the base for great wines that speak of their origins.

The colour is deep with purple hues, and shows aromas of charred spice and plum. The palate is soft and abundant with fruits and fine tannins. Enjoy this Barrosa Valley Shiraz while fresh, or cellar for up to 10 years."

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Single bottle: $23.99

Red Knot (McLaren Vale) 2021 Cabernet Sauvignon

89 Points - Cameron Douglas MS
4.5 Stars - Sam Kim, Wine Orbit

The Red Knot family of wines is designed for immediate enjoyment, full of ripe, fruit driven flavours. The Red Knot Shiraz is vibrant and highly aromatic, displaying ripe berry flavours subtly framed with American and French oak. The style is bright, fragrant and varietal with the emphasis on fruit richness and a subtle oak influence, giving the wine lover a delicious wine experience at an affordable price.

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ERP $19.99

Single bottle: $16.99

Red Knot (McLaren Vale) 2021 Shiraz

Double Gold - 2020 Melbourne International Wine Competition (2018 Vintage)

Deep magenta. The alluring aromas of strawberry, blueberry and dark cherry are highlighted with hints of violet and subtle vanilla oak. Vibrant dark and red berry fruits flow through the long, finely textured palate of this modern fruit-forward McLaren Vale Shiraz.

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ERP $19.99

Single bottle: $16.99

St Hallett (Barossa) 2020 Blackwell Shiraz

Gold Medal - NZIWS 21
Blue Gold Medal - Sydney Int. Wine Comp 2019
Gold Medal - China Wine & Spirit Awards 2018

92 Points - Campbell Mattinson, Wine Front

Winery note
"Displaying lively dark cherry aromas overlayed with oak nuances of moccha and vanilla bean. There is a slight brooding ferrous element to the aroma which provides complexity. The rich and generous dark fruit spectrum on the front and mid palate is classic Blackwell. Grapes for Blackwell are sourced from the north-west corner of the Barossa Valley. The grapes are sourced from vineyards surrounding the parishes of Ebenezer, Greenock and Seppeltsfield. Each vineyard destined for Blackwell was vinified separately and had skin contact for between six and eight days. The pump over regime was tailored to the individual vineyard parcel. Post-pressing, the wine spent 24 hours in stainless steel before going to barrel for malo-lactic fermentation. Barrels were matched to each parcel to promote harmony and balance during maturation. American Oak was used with a mixture of one to three year old barrels to ensureseamless integration."


ERP $44.99

Taylors Masterstroke (McLaren Vale) 2020 Shiraz 6 Pack + Riedel Glasses

Bonus Riedel Vinum Wine Twin Pack Wine Glasess with every six pack purchased. Valued at $140!

Trophy - Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition
Double Gold Medal - New York International Wine Competition
Double Gold Medal- VINUS International Wine and Spirits Competition
Gold Medal - Vinalies Internationales
Gold Medal - Catavinum World Wine & Spirits Competition
Gold Medal - Frankfurt International Wine Trophy
Gold Medal - Monterey International Wine Competition
Gold Medal - Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition
Gold Medal - VINITASTE International Wine Contest
Gold Medal - Portugal Wine Trophy
Gold Medal - International Women’s Wine Competition
Gold Medal  -  Melbourne International Wine Competition
Gold Medal - Asia Wine Trophy
Gold Medal  - Michelangelo International Wine & Spirits Awards
Gold Medal - China Wine & Spirit Awards
Gold Medal -  Stellar Cellar Selection BTI
Gold Medal  - New Zealand International Wine Show
Gold Medal  -  The Global Syrah Masters
Gold Medal -  Catad’Or World Wine Awards
Gold Medal -  Women’s Wine and Spirits Awards
Gold Medal  - La Mujer Elige International Wine and Spirits Competition
Gold Medal -  Sakura Japan Women’s Wine Awards


ERP $360.00

Te Mata (Hawkes Bay) 2021 Bullnose Syrah

Super Classic & 5 Stars - Michael Cooper, Michael Cooper’s Buyer’s Guide
96 Points - James Suckling,
99 Points & 5 Stars - Sam Kim,

Winery description
"The wine is named Bullnose after an early Morris Cowley car, which was nicknamed Bullnose due to its distinctive radiator. The bull emblem that appears on the wine label is drawn from the car’s radiator crest. Magnificent deep magenta, Bullnose ’21 entices with fl oral fragrance of lavender, violets and a dusting of cardamon and cinnamon developing on the palate into black cherry syrup, boysenberry and Turkish delight. Grace notes of char, truffle and pink peppercorns appear in layer upon layer of velvet tannins that run from front to back in the wine - extending the mid-palate presence into a long, sustained finish of saturated and spiced red berries. Bullnose ’21 is endlessly enchanting from every angle."

Bullnose ’21 is closed with a Diam cork, allowing continued evolution in bottle for 15 years from harvest.


ERP $89.99

Te Mata Estate (Hawkes Bay) 2022 Syrah

Winery note

"Dark and brooding in the glass, Estate Syrah ’21 is ink-black with a vivid magenta edge. The lifted aromatics of concentrated raspberry and crushed violets quickly become layer upon layer of exotic spices, fruit cake, pancetta, vanilla, and cocoa running the length of this wine’s luscious palate. Dense, saturated, ripe, and enticing in its detail – Estate Syrah ’21 delivers on every dimension."

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ERP $26.99

Single bottle: $24.99