Premium Shiraz Pack #1

$30.00 $17.50
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Bleasdale Reserve Shiraz + Pauletts Clare Valley Shiraz + Patrick of Coonawarra P-Series 2017 Shiraz

4 Bottles of each wine, for just $210.
Equates to $17.50 a bottle!


Bleasdale Reserve Shiraz

Langhorne Creek, 2021
***Halliday Winery of the Year 2024***
95 Points
Cellar door price $30 per bottle

From Halliday about the winery

“Not only one of the most historic wineries in Australia, with over 170 years of continuous winemaking by the direct descendants of the founding Potts family, but one of the leading quality producers in the land. Not so long before the start of the 21st century, its vineyards were flooded every winter by diversion of the Bremer River, which provided moisture throughout the dry, cool, growing season. In the new millennium, every drop of water is counted. The vineyards have been significantly upgraded and refocused: shiraz accounts for 45% of plantings, supported by 7 other proven varieties; sauvignon blanc, pinot gris and chardonnay are sourced from the Adelaide Hills. Bleasdale Vineyards is the Halliday Wine Companion 2024 Winery of the year.

Shiraz was first planted in the Langhorne Creek region in 1858, by Bleasdale, and they have been making superb wines from it ever since. This wine spent 18 months in a mix of French and American hogsheads. The wine is a bright maroon colour and then the aromas come to the fore. Plush, ripe, rich, a cracking regional Shiraz. Chocolate, black fruits, mulberries, leather and cocoa powder. The texture is an absolute highlight. It is gorgeously velvety through to the softest of tannins. Seamless in structure, the length is surprisingly long. Lots to like in this wine. Brilliant value.

Pauletts 2020 Clare Valley Shiraz

Cellar Door Price $32 per bottle

Aromas of dark cherry & plum. Chocolate vanilla and liquorice notes. Medium Bodied, dark berries and plummy flavour, soft, round, juicy palate. Underlying oak. Firm fine tannin structure.

COLOUR | Deep bright red, purple hue AROMA | Dark fruited featuring dark cherry and plum. Underlying sweet spices, dark chocolate & vanillin. PALATE | Full bodied, rich round & fleshy. Dark fruits are obvious with some nice red cherry/berry characters. Well-integrated oak & dusty fine tannins lead to a long persistent finish.

Food Pairing Notes
Roast beef, Osso Buco or a matured hard cheese.


2021 Winestate Magazine Shiraz Tasting | 91 Points
2021 Wine Showcase Magazine | 90 Points
2021 Winestate Magazine Clare Valley Tasting | 90 Points
2022 Real Review | 92/100 2023 Halliday Wine Companion | 92/100
2022 Winestate Magazine Shiraz/Syrah Tasting | 4.5 Stars, 96 Points
2022 Sydney Wine Show – 95/100 GOLD

If you like this Shiraz you’ll enjoy the other Paulett wines on Winenutt.

Patrick of Coonawarra P-Series 2017 Shiraz

Halliday 2021 5 Star Winery

A premium family-run estate in the heart of Coonawarra.

Cellar Door Price $24 per bottle

A second generation small business crafting remarkable wines with innovation, humility, inclusivity and curiosity. We have a deep love for heritage styles, paired with an excitement for the new. This duality is who we are.

During a decorated career spanning more than three decades, Patrick celebrated international accolades while working as chief winemaker for several major labels. His focus switched in 1998, to fulfilling a more personal goal, in the establishment of the family owned and operated Patrick of Coonawarra. Patrick’s eldest son, Luke, has now taken over the family business and continues to produce highly regarded wines from the famed Terra Rossa soils of Coonawarra.

About Patrick of Coonawarra Shiraz







This Shiraz builds mouthfeel and rich fruit flavour, with medium bodied tannin complexity. It is a wonderfully round, complex wine that has all the hallmarks of a classic Australian Red.


From our nothern block in Wrattonbully. Aged in predominatly older oak to ensure the richness of fruit is preserved and minimal tannin is absorbed.


We had good winter rainfall followed by a warmer than average Spring. This brought forward flowering by two weeks and lead to moderate bunch numbers with small berries. A cool Summer then allowed the vines to catch up and a slow, even ripening period followed. Overall a stong vintage with excellent cellaring potential.


See more from the P-Series Range:

Sauvignon Blanc


Sparkling Chardonnay Pinot Noir (and 250ml size)