Shiraz/Syrah

46 Products Found

Alpha Domus Collection (Hawkes Bay) 2019 Syrah

4.5 Stars Sam Kim

Winery description
"The Collection Syrah is a true representation of our vineyard nestled in the heart of the Bridge Pa Triangle. Bright, aromatic and completely delicious, with vibrant floral aromas of violet and spice. The fresh palate of ripe red berries make this a moreish wine. It's easy to like and even easier to put with your favourite vegetable and pasta dishes, lamb or game meats."

Bright, aromatic with vibrant floral aromas of violet, cherries and spice. The fresh palate of ripe red berries coupled with black cherry and olive, soft tannins that have a seam of toasted spice make this a moreish wine. An attractive package that delivers full flavour with silken texture. Easy to like and even easier to put with your favourite vegetable and pasta dishes, lamb, or game meats."

$15.99
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Babich (Hawkes Bay) 2020 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.

Doris plum, cranberry and leather aromas surround black pepper. Touch of cedar and vanilla. Soft and fleshy, lush with red fruits and a dark plummy finish. Nicely texture with smooth chalky tannins that support the fruit. A touch of oyster shell adds a mineral note."

$14.49
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Beach House (Hawkes Bay) 2019 Syrah

Winery Note
"2019 was an exceptional vintage right across the board, but the one variety that seems to benefit most from these hot and dry vintages is undoubtedly Syrah.
Our 2019 Syrah was handpicked on April 5th in pristine condition with the infamous ‘dimple’ effect (caused by dehydration within the berries) evident right across the Syrah block. Once picked, the grapes were de-stemmed into an open topped fermenter and left to undergo wild fermentation. The wine was gently plunged and pumped over throughout fermentation to aid flavour and colour extraction. The wine spent a total of 27 days on skins before it was pressed off into French oak barrels consisting of 33% new oak. The wine was then left to age for 12 months in barrel

Boysenberries and blueberries alongside subtle cedar and spice are apparent on the nose whilst the palate is concentrated and powerful with a strong dark berry core. This is a strong example of Gimblett Gravels Syrah from an outstanding vintage."

$25.99
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Bull in A China Shop (Sth Aus) 2019 Shiraz

Another exclusive Winesale.co.nz label

The Bull In a China Shop, Shiraz is a bargain south Aussie red sourced from a family owned winery with 4 generations of experience. 

Medium body, easy drinking, food friendly style. Structure, flavour and elegance are in balance to deliver a wine for all to enjoy. The balance of silky tannins, ripe fruit flavours and distinct varietal character of the grape create the perfect shiraz flavour combination for easy drinking.

Well suited with cheeses, Italian cuisine or red meats.

Hard to pass up at these prices....

$11.99
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Bulletin Place (Aus) 2020 Shiraz

This is a big soft style of Aussie shiraz, from the calabria family of wines.

Packed full of ripe fruit flavour, boysenberry, blueberry, blackcurrant and chocolatey notes. A full and rounded mouthfeel, soft and fluffy tannins .

Such a bargain and will suit nearly all tastes. A real crowd pleaser.

$11.99
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Cable Bay (Waiheke Island) 2019 Syrah

93 Points -  Nick Stock jamessuckling.com
94 Points - Cameron Douglas camdouglasms.com

Cable Bay Vineyards is dedicated to crafting exquisite wines known for their subtlety, elegance and depth. Taking an Old World approach and combining it with New World techniques, Cable Bay’s opulent wines are a stylish reflection of the land where they began.

98.5% Syrah, 1.5% Viognier

SINGLE VINEYARD Estate Vineyard. Fermented in steel open tops, matured in French oak puncheons Drinking beautifully now, and enjoy for the next 15+ years

From grapes grown on naturally low yielding, 22 year old vines, this wine is vibrant, fresh and layered with charisma. This partial whole bunch ferment Syrah bounces with blueberry, black cherry, liquorice and earthy spice. The palate is both intense and delicate, has lovely body, with supple juicy fruit and spice paving the way to great textural mouth feel and solid, shapely tannin structure.

Waiheke Syrah at its most refined and beautiful.

$38.99
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Calabria Bros (Barossa) 2016 Shiraz

"No idea just how old the old vines are but they are definitely contributing some rich and supple properties to the wine. Purple-garnet. Intense blackcurrant, stewed plums, licorice, dark chocolate. Moves with grace and a quiet deliberation, assured, too. Supple tannins star." James Halliday - 2021 Halliday Wine Companion (Vintage 2016 August 2020)

 The grapes for Calabria Bros. Shiraz are from multiple vineyards in the Barossa Valley - a combination of estate fruit and growers.

Dark brooding fruit aromas with cedar oak and hints of dark chocolate & plums. Palate: Chewy tannins on the palate, ripe sweet berries, vanilla cholocate & mulberry, plum flavours, finishing sweet luscious, a full bodied & fulll palate weight wine.

$26.99
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Chateau Tanunda (Australia) 2019 'The Chateau' Single Vineyard Shiraz

GOLD MEDAL - Berlin Wine Trophy 2021

Lifted aromas of blackberry, blueberry and black pepper supported by spicy dark berry fruits on the palate. The finish is long and framed by elegant, fine grained tannins from eighteen months maturation in new and seasoned oak.

The grapes are destemmed but not crushed and fermented for seven days in open fermenters with regular plunging and remontage. 

Upon completion of fermentation, the skins are gently basket pressed before maturing for 18 months in a combination of French and American oak barrels.

This wine originates from the deep sandy loam soils of the Château Tanunda Vine Vale vineyard, famous for some of the most elegant and fine-structured expressions of Barossa Shiraz.  

$38.99
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Chateau Tanunda (Australia) Grand Barossa 2019 GSM

This GSM beauty is always popular with our customers...and staff!

For the Grand Barossa Grenache Shiraz Mourvèdre the winery select grapes grown throughout the Barossa. It is this tapestry of ‘terroirs’ which enables them to create this classic blend in their  refined house style.

By combining  both traditional and modern winemaking techniques we are able to make handcrafted wines of complexity, depth and intensity.

Lifted aromas of blackberry, black cherry and raspberry are accompanied by spicy, dark berry fruits and white pepper on the palate.The finish is long with fine grained tannins from maturation in a combination of new and seasoned French and American barrels. Enjoy now or cellar carefully for up to eight years from vintage.

$27.99
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Chateau Tanunda (Barossa) 2017 50 yr Old Vines Shiraz

GOLD MEDAL Berlin Wine Trophy 2020

93 POINTS James Halliday, Halliday Wine Companion 2021
"From Light Pass, Bethany and Marananga. Minimalistic winemaking - open ferment, basket press, 24 months in French oak, unfiltered. Full-bodied...Dark chocolate, blackberry. Drink by 2029"

95 POINTS Andrew Caillard MW
"Medium crimson. Classical dark chocolate dark berry aromas with underlying red liquorice/ savoury complexity. Well concentrated and generously proportioned with plentiful blackberry redcurrant red liquorice flavours, fine plentiful looseknit chalky textures and roasted walnut, roasted almond, vanillin, spice notes. Finishes chalky firm with lovely sweet fruit, chinotto, tobacco complexity." 

Winery Notes
"Medium to deep crimson/purple. Powerfully intense aniseed, blackberry, mulberry and blueberry fruit aromas, with ginger, mint notes. Vigorous and fleshy with generous blueberry, blackberry flavours, excellent mid-palate richness and plentiful brambly-chocolatey tannins."

These low-yielding “Barossa Old Vines” were planted before 1965 and are now fully mature. They have a root structure and trunk thickness that encourage diversity of flavour and character. Their worthiness has been proven over many vintages, consistently producing the highest quality fruit." 

$75.99

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Chateau Tanunda (Barossa) 2017 The Everest Shiraz

97 Points - Andrew Caillard MW
98 Points - Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
93 Points - Nick Stock, jamessuckling.com
A very resolved and quite complex shiraz that has ripe red and dark-berry aromas, as well as a spicy thread that flows to the palate. The balance and completeness here is impressive. Drink or hold.

95 Points - Joe Czerwinski, The Wine Advocate
"In contrast to the 2016 Everest, CT's 2017 The Everest Shiraz is sourced from 100-year-old plantings in Vine Vale and Marananga. Matured in mostly French oak (86%) for 18 months, then in bottle for another two years prior to release, it's ready to drink now for its massive fruit and supple tannins. Hints of vanilla, cedar and maple syrup accent plums, blackberries and charred beef, while the finish is long and mouthwatering. 112 cases produced. Drink Date: 2021 - 2035"

This wine represents the absolute pinnacle of winemaking at Château Tanunda. RRP at the winery $330.00

Only the very best grapes are selected from individual vineyard blocks in exceptional vintages. Hand-picked, hand-sorted to 1 ton open fermenters with four times daily plunging and careful basket pressing. The highest quality parcels from this years fermented wines are set aside for maturation in the finest French and American oak.

A barrel selection is made of only the finest wines to produce the pinnacle of that vintage – The Everest.

 

 

$249.99

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ERP $329.99

Chateau Tanunda (Barossa) 2018 Terroirs Barossa Marananga

GOLD MEDAL - China Wine and Spirits Awards 2020

GOLD MEDAL - Berlin Wine Trophy 2021

96 POINTS - Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
"This is immensely powerful and opulent, showing blackberry, dark chocolate, cured meat, cedar and violet aromas on the nose. The palate is equally impressive with outstanding depth and richness, wonderfully framed by chalky tannins, making the wine sturdy and persistent. At its best: now to 2038."

94+ POINTS - Andrew Caillard MW
"Medium deep crimson. Fresh blackberry dark chocolate brambly aromas with some herb garden notes. Lovely buoyant medium-bodied style with soft blackberries, mulberry berry fruits, fine supple velvety tannins and underlying roasted chestnut notes. Finishes chalky firm, fresh and juicy with a kick of liquorice. ...delicious classic modern Barossa Shiraz."

93 POINTS Joe Czerwinski, The Wine Advocate
"A bit cedary on the nose, the 2018 Terroirs of the Barossa Marananga Shiraz combines oaky notes of vanilla and maple syrup with red-berried fruit and peppery spice. Full-bodied and silky in texture, it's rich and mouthfilling yet retains a sense of elegance that belies its considerable alcohol (15.5% on the label), finishing in a long, gentle glide of raspberries and cinnamon red hots. Drink Date: 2021 - 2030"

BUYERS PICK!!!!

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.

WINEMAKING

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.

$54.99

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Chateau Tanunda (Barossa) 2018 Terroirs Ebenezer Shiraz

Gold Medal - Berlin Wine Trophy 2021
94 Points - Joe Czerwinski, The Wine Advocate

"From sandier soils than the other Terroirs of the Barossa selections, the 2018 Terroirs of the Barossa Ebenezer District Shiraz features some vaguely floral elements on the nose, alongside hints of red berries and ground allspice; vanilla and cedar notes only emerge on the finish. Full-bodied and richly textured on the palate, with a long, elegant finish, this is perhaps the most complete of the various Terroirs bottlings this year. Drink Date: 2021 - 2035"

96 Points - Andrew Caillard MW
"Medium deep colour. Fragrant red currant, dark plum mulberry aromas with roasted coffee, herb garden notes. Generous and supple with fresh evolved red currant, dark plum mulberry fruits, roasted chestnut notes, fine looseknit chocolaty textures and integrated acidity. Finishes grainy firm with a plume of fruit sweet notes and a kick of aniseed."

95 Points - Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
"Offering fabulous fruit purity and intensity, the sweetly expressed bouquet shows Black Doris plum, mixed berry compote, toasted spices and chocolatey oak characters, leading to a succulent palate that’s plush and graceful. It’s delectable and hugely appealing. At its best: now to 2038. "


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 and selection of the truest barrels has created a wine that respects and expresses its place of origin. From the northern district of Ebenezer, home to some of the greatest vineyards in Australia known for their great ageability and soft tannins.

$49.99
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Chateau Tanunda (Barossa) 2018 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.

$45.99
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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
"Deep crimson. Ample dark berry dark chocolate aromas with underlying roasted chestnut / cedar wood, pipe tobacco notes. Generous and velvety smooth with plentiful dark cherry, blackberry, mulberry fruits, fine looseknit chalky textures, attractive mid-palate viscosity and superbly integrated roasted chestnut, roasted almond, vanilla oak notes. Finishes chocolaty firm with bitter-sweet paneforte notes. The acidity tightens up the palate giving wonderful line and length. An alcoholic kick further lengthens the wine. Sourced from two centenarian vineyards (Eden Valley & Barossa Valley). Drink 2023 – 2035"

97 Points - Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
"Super rich yet gracious and sophisticated, showing blackberry, spiced plum, clove and cedar characters on the nose, leading to an opulent palate that’s packed by rich fruit flavours as well as complex spicy notes. Seamless and wonderfully long on the finish. At its best: 2024 to 2043."

97 Points - Ken Gargett, Tasting Book
"A seriously dark purple with intense aromas. This is special. The impressive structure and incredible persistence is immediately apparent. While wines like these are hard to keep hands off, it would be vinicide. This is a wine that future generations will be able to open to show just how good Shiraz from the Barossa was back in the day. The early hints of complexity appearing here now will really make their mark given time. There is lashings of chocolate here. Oak is immaculately integrated. Black fruits dominate, though there are hints of blueberries, cassis, leather, cloves, black olives and blackcurrants. Silky tannins and wonderful balance. What is not to love?"

94 Points - Angus Hughson, Wine Pilot
"The charm in this wine is in its brooding, dark heart. There are lashings of rich mulberry and blueberry fruits lifted by ground, toasted spices and red earth aromas, with oak only in support. The palate is robust and bright – hearty dark fruits to start before the old vines kick in to provide a subtle, seamless and long finish underpinned by fine but significant tannins. Delicious to enjoy now but also with the stuffing to improve over the next decade. Drink: 2024 - 2035"

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."

$129.99

35% OFF

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.

MAGNUM 1.5LTR

$109.99

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ERP $149.99

Chateau Tanunda (Barossa) 2019 Grand Barossa Shiraz

Grand Barossa Shiraz epitomises the premium international reputation for Shiraz which has made the Barossa Valley famous.
Lifted aromas of blackberry, plum and black pepper are accompanied by spicy, dark berry fruits on the palate.

$28.99
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Chateau Tanunda (Barossa) 2019 Parishes Shiraz

Super popular on the last shipment. Exclusive to Winesale 

Parishes celebrates the heritage of our pre-eminent Australian wine regions, born from grape-growing communities as flavorsome as the wine they produce. Our carefully crafted drops embody exceptional regional character.

Ideal growing conditions in Langhorne Creek and Barossa produce complementary flavours. This full-bodied wine displays a plush full palate of blueberry dark chocolate and spice.

With 12 months oak barrel maturation this leads to smooth velvety tannins and a long finish.

A big beastie Shiraz with soft tannins.

$20.99
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Clearview (Hawkes Bay) 2020 Cape Kidnappers Syrah

Brilliant new realease from Clearview

Winery note
"The vibrant blueberry and floral notes of Te Awanga Syrah are combined here with the power and structure of SH50 Syrah to produce an eminently drinkable synergy."

Silky smooth Syrah that overdeliers on pricepoint!

$23.99
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Don David (Argentina) 2020 Reserve Syrah

91 Points - Tim Aitkin
 
Beautiful reserve Syrah from the Michel Torino reserve range of Don David. This wine is all about intensity. The colour is crimson red, profound with purple borders. The aroma is full of spicy notes, cassis and clove. Vanilla aromas persist at the end. A fruity mouth, full of cassis with round and sweet tannins. The barrel spell contributes with warming vanilla notes.
 

$21.99
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Elephant Hill (Hawkes Bay) 2018 Res Syrah

96 points & Rated Outstanding -  Cameron Douglas MS
5 stars & 95 Points -  Sam Kim’s Wine Orbit
5 stars & 19 Points - Raymond Chan Wine Reviews
5 stars - The Wine Writer

Elephant Hill only make this Reserve Syrah in when the vintage allows. 

Concentrated with blackberry, plums, pepper and spice. It finishes long and has silky tannins. It is a wine that will keep improving and can be enjoyed with proper cellaring for up to a decade from vintage.

24 months in 35% new French oak with an additional 4 months in tank on lees. Unfined and filtered, all the good stuff left in!

Gift or enjoy!

$44.99

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Elephant Hill (Hawke’s Bay) 2018 Syrah

92 points - Sam kim, Wine Orbit,
Silver Medal - New Zealand Wine of the Year 2019
18.5 points - Raymond Chan Wine Reviews, Candice Chow


93 points - Cameron Douglas MS
"With aromas of ripe black currant and red pepper corn, wild berry compote, pepper and sweet meats the bouquet is fresh, youthful, varietal and enticing. On the palate - flavours of dark berries and toasty oak, pepper and baking spices, currants, some ageing meats and earthy tones of dry rock. Medium tannins and plenty of acidity add texture and bite with the core of fruit adding weight, length and finish. A polished expression, ready to enjoy."

The Wine Writer, 5 stars
"The delicious aromas of sweet blackberries, ripe red plum, and smoky oak with hints of vanilla and violets are intoxicating. The palate is lighter and fresher than the nose indicates it will be. Richly fruited with flavours of cranberry, red plum, redcurrant, juicy blackberries, and oaky spices with barely there tannins."-The Wine Writer, 5 stars

When you talk Hawkes Bay wines is hard to go past Elephant Hill. When you talk Syrah its also hard to go past Elephant Hill. Great price on this beauty!

Syrah is the key variety at Elephant Hill. Hand harvesting, small batch fermentation and ageing in French oak barriques ensure a wine of great balance and finesse. The 2018 Syrah is made from grapes off our Gimblett, Te Awanga and Bridge Pa Triangle Vineyards. All the grapes were gently de-stemmed, pressed and aged for 18 months in 25% new French oak."

$27.99
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Esk Valley (Hawkes Bay) 2019 Artisanal Syrah

93/100 Points - Sam Kim Wine Orbit - New Zealand
4/5 Stars - Michael Cooper Michael Cooper’s Buyer's Guide -
95/100 Points - Cameron Douglas MS CamDouglasMS.com - New Zealand
"Aromas of fresh red raspberries, wood spices, black currant, fresh lightly smoked meats, some peppercorn and baking spices and plum - in other words - complex. Fresh, youthful, fruity and precise on the palate with flavours that reflect the bouquet. Firm tannins and a backbone of acidity. Moderate new oak impact adds to the texture and weight. Lengthy, youthful, tense and dry. A well made wine that requires some cellar time showcase its complexity. Decant for service before 2023 with best drinking from 2023 through 2028+."

The wine is medium to deep red, with aromas that showcase the red fruit elements of Hawkes Bay Syrah, including raspberries with undertones of wood spice and pepper. In the mouth the wine is mouth soft and generous with flavours like the nose of red berries and jam, with an underlying acidity providing elegance and length. Delicious as a young wine it will also reward cellaring.

$19.49
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Giesen Organic (Marlborough) 2016 Syrah

Think Giesen are all about cheapie white wines. Think again, we were in awe of this top notch Syrah from The best site in Marlborough. Buy this and you wont regret it.

Intriguing from the moment the bottle is opened the appeal of this premium organic Syrah is obvious from its elegant aromatics. Savour its violet floral and black pepper on the nose, followed on the palate by layers of dark blackberries and juniper offset by earthy, smokey character framed by a dash of oak and spice.

Winemaker: Nikolai St George, four-time winner of New Zealand Winemaker of the Year

$39.99

20% OFF

ERP $49.99