Mixed Aussie Red Dozen Featuring Yellow Tail Shiraz (12 Bottles)Regular price $240.00 per carton Save $0.00
A smashing, value-driven mixed red case feat Yellow Tail Shiraz.
Each Case Contains:
- 2 Bottles of Yellow Tail Shiraz
- 2 Bottles of Banrock Station Cabernet Merlot 2020
- 2 Bottles of Last Man Standing Shiraz 2019
- 2 Bottles of James Estate 'Estate' Shiraz 2019
- 2 Bottles of James Estate Fern Hill Shiraz 2019
- 2 Bottles of Lost Lane Shiraz 2019
Yellow Tail Shiraz: While some Shiraz can be over the top, this wine offers some seriously easy drinking, even when the wine is young. Red fruits dominate the nose and mouth, but subtle spice and a hint of dusty tannins join in for good measure. A perfect winter warmer and yet surprisingly drinkable all year around.
Banrock Station Cabernet Merlot 2020: Deep red in colour with a subtle hint of purple, this Cabernet Merlot boasts an impressive combination of cherries, with notes of plummy sweetness and spice. Offering an incredibly rich palate, this wine is underscored with vanilla and cinnamon notes.
Last Man Standing Shiraz 2019: This Shiraz possesses an intense bouquet of plums, spice and subtle vanilla notes. The mouth is dominated by dark fruits, sweet cherry and mocha chocolate flavours.
James Estate 'Estate' Shiraz 2019: Having a cheese and charcuterie night? Then this is the perfect drop! Deep Crimson purple in colour with aromas of dark berries, plums and spice with subtle savoury oak. Medium to full bodied with generous fruit flavours and supple mouthfeel. The long finish is complimented by fine tannins.
James Estate Fern Hill Shiraz 2019: The nose features characteristic aromas of plum, blackberry and mulberry. The palate opens with a sweet fruit entry and leads to a rich middle dominated by ripe berries and a hint of pepper. Relish this beauty with meat dishes.
Lost Lane Shiraz 2019: The nose offers plum, berry and spice aromas with hints of cedar and dried herbs. The palate reveals ripe fruit flavours balanced by subtle savoury oak and a fine tannin structure.
Case: 12 Bottles
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