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The ultimate Aussie powerhouse of phenomenal Shiraz

Gratifying, powerfully gracefull collection of wines; nothing beats the consistency & quality of this classic varietal

You can't go wrong with the classic pairing of Shiraz & your favourite barbecued meats, think steak or venison

The Ultimate Australian Shiraz Collection (Australia)

Member rating / 16
$16.99p/Btl
Elsewhere $20.99 $18.25
6 Btls, $101.94 6 Btls, $88.64

The Ultimate Australian Shiraz Collection (Australia)

Member rating / 16
A truly global phenomenon, nothing beats the consistency and quality of classic Australian Shiraz...
$16.99p/Btl
Elsewhere $20.99 $18.25
6 Btls, $101.94 6 Btls, $88.64

A truly global phenomenon, nothing beats the consistency and quality of classic Australian Shiraz. Whether you're looking for strong and powerful accompaniments to your next dining experience, or a playful, flavouresome evening pour, this collection has got you covered! You can't go wrong with an Australian Shiraz, and these wines are no exception.

This ultimate collection includes:

1 x Little Giant Barossa Shiraz 2017 (Australia)

AWARDED 94/100 POINTS & 5 STARS: Sam Kim, Wine Orbit, Aug 2018

AWARDED 92/100 POINTS: Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front

"Powerfully graceful, this delicious shiraz shows blackberry, blueberry compote, vanilla, roasted hazelnut and pepper spice notes on the nose, leading to a richly fruited palate that displays excellent depth and concentration, wonderfully framed by polished tannins. Gratifying and terrific drinking. At its best: now to 2027" Sam Kim, Wine Orbit, Aug 2018

"Barossa Shiraz. The brand is Little Giant, the website address is Little Giants. I deal in the small things. This is a new brand, by the looks, by Fourth Wave Wine. It comes in a short, fat, stump of a bottle. It has a wombat on the label aka a short, fat, stump of an animal. Conversation starter. Interesting. And we’re away. Barossa Shiraz. Hard to go wrong, and you certainly won’t here. This is an amazingly good buying/drinking option. So dark, so supple, so polished. Boom, as the wannabe cool kids say. Violet, clove, plum and sweet spice. The bounce of boysenberry. It’s not overly dark in colour terms but it tastes like ink, if that makes sense. It feels good in the mouth but it also feels ready to explode" Campbell Mattinson, Wine Front

The Barossa Valley component shows typical plum, red liquorice, chocolcate and mocha characters whilst the addition of the spicier, darker fruit of the cooler Eden Valley has added lift, interest and freshness. This is a contemporary Barossa Shiraz having spent maturation time in older oak adding subtle vanilla and match stick nuance but also softens it whilst maintaining freshness and vibrancy.

Seal: Screw Cap - Alc: 14%

1 x Burns and Fuller Langhorne Creek Shiraz 2017 (Australia)

AWARDED 93/100 POINTS & 5 STARS: Sam Kim, Wine Orbit, Aug 2018

"This is super comforting and gratifying; lifted aromas of blackberry, vanilla, milk chocolate and cake spice lead to a concentrated palate that is fleshy and velvety. The wine is filled with gorgeous fruit flavours backed by silky texture and polished tannins, finishing long and attractive. At its best: now to 2023" Sam Kim, Wine Orbit, Jul 2018

This is plush with lifted red and blue berry fruit flavours layered with dark spice, fresh leather and black olive. The palate is loose and mouth-filling, driven long by fresh acidity and supple tannins. A serious wine suitable for all occasions – ready to drink now or with careful cellaring it will improve over the medium term.

Sourced from a combination of established, dry-grown vineyards in central South Australia and low-yielding McLaren Vale vineyards.

1 x Take It To The Grave Shiraz 2018 (Australia)

is full-bodied and very aromatic showing purple berry fruits, dark chocolate and cooling spices. The fruit has weight and evenness whilst the fine tannins and integrated acidity drive persistence to the length.

Sourced from a selection of mature, dry-grown vineyards in Langhorne Creek managed by Jim Zerella (delivering intensity, length and structure) and blended with a parcel of Barossa Valley Shiraz from Light Pass and the eastern slopes that provided opulent fruit depth.

Seal: Screw Cap - Alc: 14.5%

1 x Elephant In The Room Stupendous Langhorne Creek Shiraz 2017 (Australia)

AWARDED 91/100 POINTS & 4.5 STARS: Sam Kim, Wine Orbit

"Deeply coloured and impressively fruited, this gorgeous shiraz shows black/blueberry, cranberry, cocoa, hazelnut and warm spice aromas on the nose. The palate is equally satisfying with excellent fruit weight and intensity, wonderfully enhanced by supple mouthfeel and silky tannins. At its best: now to 2021" Sam Kim, Wine Orbit

Dark purple colour with lifted notes of red berry and blackcurrants framed by violet overtones and subtle cedarwood spice. The palate is dense and plush with flavours of blood plum, blueberry and spice with a supple, slippery mouthfeel framed by subtle oak toast and fine tannins. A generous wine, packed full of flavour that is ready to drink now or will cellar for up to 10 years.

Sourced from a selection of mature, dry-grown vineyards in Langhorne Creek managed by Jim Zerella.

Seal: Screw Cap - Alc: 14.5%

1 x Farm Hand Shiraz 2017 (Australia)

Awarded Silver Medal: London Wine Competition 2018

Awarded 83/100 Points: Sam Kim, Wine Orbit, Nov 2017

"Soft-toned and gentle, the wine displays bright notes of raspberry, cherry and strawberry with subtle spice notes. The palate is juicy and lively, and delivers subtle fruit intensity backed by smooth mouthfeel. At its best: now to 2019" Sam Kim, Wine Orbit, Nov 2017

"Aged in a blend of older oak and stainless steel to add nuance whilst maintaining freshness, the nose is inviting and ripely fruited, all bright red-berried fruit, plums and sweet spice with the hint of savoury oak. The palate medium bodied and approachable with a dark berry and cassis flavours framed by soft tannins" London Wine Competition 2018

The nose is inviting and ripely fruited, all bright red-berried fruit, plums and sweet spice with a hint of savoury oak. The palate is medium bodied and apprachable with dark berry and cassis flavours framed by soft tannins.

The Farm Hand wines were grown by the Grigoriou family, fourth generation wine growers, from almost one hundred acres of Organic Vineyards in the Monash Valley of South Australia.

Organic certified.

Seal: Screw Cap - Alc: 13%

1 x Speak No Evil Organic Shiraz 2018 (Australia)

AWARDED 92/100 POINTS & 4.5 STARS: Sam Kim, Wine Orbit, Feb 2019

"The wine offers lovely fruit purity and refinement; the elegantly lifted bouquet shows Black Doris plum, dark cherry, violet and subtle spice aromas, followed by a juicy palate that is smooth and soothing. It is youthfully charming and approachable with pristine fruit flavours. At its best: now to 2022" Sam Kim, Wine Orbit, Feb 2019

This wine has a myriad of lifted characters led by blue and red berry fruit aromas with vanilla, fresh ground spices and ripe plums. Soft and seductive tannins help shape the wine yet the weight of fruit ensures it remains cuddly and generous. Subtle mineral and spice, milk chocolate nuance and a fine, integrated acidity drive a long enjoyable finish. The wine is looking great now but will also age gracefully with very careful cellaring for up to 10 years.

The See, Hear, Speak No Evil Organic wines are sourced from fully certified vineyards and made using minimal additions. The wines are Organic, Vegan friendly and made to EU guidelines for minimal preservatives (less than 30ppm Free Sulphur). A new benchmark in affordable Organic Wines!

Organic certified.

 

Vintages may change.

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User comments (9)

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We know that every bottle will be what we want / like

Vicki - 27/12/2019

We just keep on buying this because we enjoy each and every bottle.

Dave - 27/11/2019

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So good I have bought again!!

Brett - 02/11/2019

excellent selection

Cathryn - 23/09/2019

Great value delicious shiraz. Will absolutely buy again

Jane - 02/08/2019

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Great wines and great price

Richard - 01/08/2019

I am a Big Aussie Shiraz fan...excellent regional variety in this 6 pack not a bad one here, plenty of grunt and flavour ... .. alway good to try something different....

Barry - 23/07/2019

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I am a fan of the langhorne creeek region and these wine all have that spice of the langhorne grape. Mix it with a hunter grape and what a surprise. Although this case does not do that an exceptional case all the same. I hope others will enjoy it.

Paddy - 17/06/2019

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A nice mix of Shiraz.

Helen - 11/11/2019


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