Barossa Shiraz 2019

This Heirloom Vineyards Shiraz was produced from our best Barossa Shiraz Vineyard whose clones and viticulture embody the very best in cutting edge but old school viticulture and winemaking. Hand tended vines, sorted bunch-by-bunch, naturally open fermented, basket pressed and stored in French oak barriques from bespoke coopers.

This wine is suitable for vegans.

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  • Critics International Wine Challenge (USA) 2021 - Platinum Medal, 94 Points
  • China Wine & Spirits Awards 2021 - Double Gold Medal
  • China Wine & Spirits Awards 2020 – Double Gold Medal
  • Angus Hughson, Winepilot - 93 Points
  • Aaron Brasher, The Real Review (August 2021) - 93 Points
  • International Wine & Spirit Competition 2020 – 90 Points
  • Sommelier International Wine & Spirits Competition 2020 – Gold Medal, 93 Points
  • San Francisco International Wine Show 2020 – Gold Medal
  • The Real Review, Stuart Knox - 93 Points
  • International Wine & Spirits Challenge 2020 - 92 Points
  • Winemaker Challenge International Wine Competition (USA) 2021 - Silver Medal
  • Women’s Wine & Spirits Awards 2020 – Silver Medal
  • Tyson Stelzer - 91 Points
    • Really impressed with this Barossa Shiraz which does a great job at balancing the region’s natural generosity of fruit with more savoury elements, which 18 months aging in American and French oak has brought together nicely. It starts off with a traditionally rich frame of dark fruit aromas – mulberry and blackberry particularly with an attractive dusting of ground spices and sweet oak. It’s then rich and fleshy in the mouth, rippling with blue fruits with some baked earth and terracotta flavours before a finish of reasonable length. It’s quite supple and open knit for immediate enjoyment but has enough fine tannins to also drink well over the medium term.   ANGUS HUGHSON, WINEPILOT, August 2021


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