4 Great Barossa Valley Shiraz
3 Bottles of Each Wine
Each Dozen Wines is worth $494.85 Winenutt Pack $212.88
Fox at the Door Gold Reserve Shiraz
Fox at the Door Wine is a boutique producer with a unique wine proposition. They passionately produce about wine and highlights the best of the Australia wine region. Each region has a signature and Fox at the Door work to bring you that unique region in every bottle. The 2017 Gold Reserve Shiraz grapes were carefully selected from premium Barossa Valley vineyards. They diligently fermented for seven days and then matured for 24 months in seasoned American oak barrels to build the complexity and structure.
The wine has lifted aromas of berry fruits and spice, combined with flavours of ripe raspberry, dark cherry and chocolate, producing a delicious and approachable wine with excellent length.
Ben Glaetzer – Bishop Shiraz
5 Star James Halliday Winery
Glaetzer Bishop is a true expression of Barossa Shiraz that is elegantly structured with a long finish.
Bishop is the family name of Colin’s wife’ Judith. Fittingly the sign of Venus, a symbol which has come to represent women and feminine energy, is the centrepiece of the Bishop label.
In mythology, the symbol meant the Roman goddess Venus or her Greek equivalent Aphrodite. But the sign has also been linked back to ancient Egypt – a nod to Bishop’s link to Amon-Ra and Anaperenna.
Exceptional old vine fruit was sourced from the famed Ebenezer sub district at the northern tip of the Barossa Valley. Vine age 35—120 years old. Yield 3 tonnes per hectare.
The Vintner Barossa Valley Shiraz
Lifted aromas of berry fruits and spice, combine with flavours of ripe raspberry, dark cherry and chocolate, producing a delicious and approachable wine with excellent length.
Ideal with game meats such as deer and boar, or with goat’s milk or cow’s milk cheese.
Charles Cimicky Shiraz
5 Star James Halliday Winery
Piping Shrike Barossa Valley Shiraz
This shiraz is sourced from the single vineyard in Lyndock, Barossa Valley, coupled with careful fruit characters of dark plus, blackberries, rich pepper with hints of exotic spice. A huge core of ripe fruit that rolls across the palate like liquid satin on the palate. The soft tannin with long finish perfectly delivers the great balance and complexity of the wine.
The Cimicky property was originally settled in Lyndoch in 1842 by early German pioneers. Karl Cimicky purchased the property in 1970, expanding the vineyards and building the imposing Tuscan-style winery, which he named Karlsburg. When Karl retired in the ’80s, his son Charles Cimicky and partner Jennie took over the business. The winery was completely refitted and, despite historically keeping an ultra-low profile, they produced a range of highly acclaimed red wines. In 2018 Charles and Jennie sold the business to the Hermann Thumm Drive Property Partnership. Exports to the US, Canada, Switzerland, Germany, Malaysia, Hong Kong and China.