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  1. Henschke Henry's Seven Barossa 2016
    WS92
    WE91
    WA91
    $39.98
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    92 Points! Spice, tea and dried herb notes make for an aromatic opening to the core of tight berry, cherry and cranberry relish flavors. Detailed and aromatic through to the end, which shows precision and elegance. - Wine Spectator Learn More
  2. St. Hallett Shiraz Barossa Valley Faith 2015
    Special Price $9.98 Regular Price $19.98
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    Here’s a steal: a classic Barossa shiraz with black fruit and tarry tannins for $16. Give it time in a decanter and those iron-hard tannins lengthen out and the wine grows juicier while its clean black fruit remains firm and tangy. Buy this by the case and decant it whenever there’s meat on the menu. - Wine & Spirits Magazine Learn More
  3. Standish Lamella Shiraz Barossa Valley 2016
    WS99
    $129.98
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    99 Points!  I suspect the 2016 Lamella Shiraz will be the longest lived of Standish's impressive 2016 releases. Sourced from Hutton Vale, it was made using 100% whole clusters and does appear slightly more tannic than the other bottlings. It starts with gorgeous florals, mint and blueberries, which carry onto the full-bodied, concentrated palate. It's richly tannic and velvety, with tremendous length. - Joe Czerwinski, Wine Advocate

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  4. Standish The Relic Shiraz-Viognier Barossa Valley 2016
    WA99
    $129.98
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    99 Points!  Everything about Standish's 2016 The Relic Shiraz-Viognier is remarkable, starting with the ridiculous color. It's so dark, so purple, so vibrant. Then the nose boasts soaring florals and stone fruits, while the palate delivers fresh blueberries and dried spices. It's full-bodied but creamy-textured, with supple tannins and concentrated fruit that lingers on the plush finish. Just awesome stuff. Drink 2018-2035. - Joe Czerwinski, Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate

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  5. Kaesler Shiraz Barossa Valley The Bogan 2016
    JS94
    $44.98
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    94 Points! This has impressive composure, which looks more dialed-in than previous vintages with neatly captured aromas of blackberries and mulberries. Gently tarry and spicy. The palate has a fluidity to it, where blackberries and red plums are clasped in firm, well-crafted tannins. Drink or hold. - JamesSuckling.com Learn More
  6. Kaesler Shiraz Barossa Valley Old Bastard 2015
    JS95
    WA96
    $159.98
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    96 Points! The 2015 Old Bastard Shiraz, from vines planted in 1893, boasts ethereal aromas of menthol, licorice, blueberries and roasted meat. It's a big, full-bodied wine, yet it comes across as lighter than expected, with a fluid, silky feel on the palate and a bright, peppery finish. A wine of seeming contradictions, it's concentrated but lively, ripe yet crisp, savory and fruity, and loaded up front while being long on the finish. It should drink well for over a decade. - Joe Czerwinski, robertparker.com Learn More
  7. Torbreck Woodcutter's Shiraz Barossa Valley 2017
    WS93
    $19.98
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    Aromatic and stylish, opening with violet, white pepper and subtle sweet cream notes. The core gushes with huckleberry and wild blueberry flavors, revealing shades of rosemary and apricot. Supple and smooth, with tannins hanging in the background, providing appealing traction. The finish sails on and on. Drink now through 2035. - Wine Spectator Learn More
  8. Standish Shiraz Barossa Valley The Schubert Theorem 2016
    WA98
    $129.98
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    98 Points!  From a Marananga vineyard, Standish's 2016 The Schubert Theorem Shiraz is even darker hued than The Relic. Blueberries, licorice and violets appear on the nose, while the full-bodied palate is rich and creamy-textured, growing more tannic and savory on the nearly endless finish. Monolithic and young, give this at least a couple of years to become more approachable. I consider Dan Standish the reigning king of Barossa Shiraz. - Joe Czerwinski, robertparker.com
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  9. Standish Shiraz Barossa Valley The Standish 2016
    WA99
    $129.98
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    99 Points!  Dan's 2016 The Standish Shiraz comes from a vineyard in the Greenock subregion. It's inky in color, loaded with plum, blueberry and raspberry fruit. Full-bodied, creamy-textured and rich, it's intense, concentrated and long beyond belief, picking up hints of licorice along the way. Nearly embryonic, it will need at least a couple of years to show more than the primary fruit.  I consider Dan Standish the reigning king of Barossa Shiraz. - Joe Czerwinski, robertparker.com
     
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  10. Powell and Son Shiraz Barossa Valley 2016
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    WA91
    $24.98
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    91 Points!  The entry-level Shiraz is the 2016 Shiraz Barossa Valley, and it’s a terrific value. Sporting a deep, inky color as well as a great nose of jammy blackberries, bacon fat, barbecue smoke, and peppery spice, it’s fleshy and opulent on the palate yet has notable restraint, purity, and elegance. Drink this medium to full-bodied, balanced, high-quality Shiraz anytime over the coming 4-6 years. - Jeb Dunnuck
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  11. Elderton Estate Shiraz Barossa Valley 2016
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    91 Points!  An impressive hearty Barossa shiraz with blackberry and dark-cherry aromas, feeding into a succulent, long palate. Plenty of hearty flavor here. Drink or hold. - JamesSuckling.com
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  12. Greenock Creek Shiraz Barossa Valley Creek Block 2004
    WA99
    $99.98
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    99 Points!  The 2004 Shiraz “Creek Block” is near otherworldly. It was sourced from a 66-year-old vineyard with yields of 1.0 tons per acre and aged for 28 months in used American oak. It delivers a super-fragrant nose of smoked meat, bacon, violets, an earthy/truffle element, blackberry, and blueberry muffin. This leads to a full-bodied, voluptuous wine with gobs of spicy, complex blue and black fruit flavors, great balance, and a finish that just won’t quit. This loaded wine can be enjoyed now but will drink well for another 15-20 years. - Jay MIller, robertparker.com, 2007
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  13. Greenock Creek Shiraz Barossa Valley Creek Block 1999
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    96 Points!  The prodigious 200-case lot of 1999 Shiraz Creek Block (made from 63-year old vines) is aged in new and old French oak. The aromas of creme de cassis, new saddle leather, vanilla, spice box, and cedar are reminiscent of a first-growth Bordeaux. As the wine sits in the glass, more Shiraz characteristics (asphalt and blackberries) emerge. Sensationally concentrated and extremely full-bodied, with monster extract, yet not over-the-top, it possesses beautifully integrated tannin as well as acidity. This profound Shiraz should age effortlessly for two decades. Anticipated maturity: 2006-2020. - Robert Parker, robertparker.com, 2002
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  14. Greenock Creek Shiraz Barossa Valley Creek Block 1998
    WA98
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    98 Points!  A near-perfect wine is the 1998 Shiraz Creek Block, a wine made from 62-year old Shiraz aged in a combination of new and French oak. Sadly, there are only 100 cases of this opaque, purple-colored, full-bodied classic. The wine shows terrific notes of beef blood, new saddle leather, blackberry liqueur, smoke, and earth. Extremely full-bodied yet seamless, with dazzling levels of extract and ripeness, this is a tour de force in winemaking, but sadly, there is too little of it. It looks to have the potential to go 20-30 years. - Robert Parker, robertparker.com, 2001
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  15. Greenock Creek Shiraz Barossa Valley Creek Block 1996
    WA96
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    96 Points!  The 1996 Shiraz Creek Block exhibits a dense purple color, and a spectacular nose of roasted coffee intermixed with cassis, blackberries, licorice, and spice. The wine displays amazing ripeness, an unctuous texture, full-bodied palate, and a finish that lasts for 45+ seconds. Its high alcohol and tannin are nearly concealed by the wine's amazing concentration. There are 100 cases of the Creek Block. The wine is made from 60-year old Shiraz, having 15.8% alcohol. Anticipated maturity: 2000-2020. Although few readers will have a chance to try this wine, its name is worth knowing as it is among the world's finest Shiraz. Anticipated maturity: 2002-2025. - Robert Parker, robertparker.com, 1999
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  16. Three Rivers (Chris Ringland) Shiraz 1994
    WA95
    $399.98
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    95 Points!  This wine remains a blockbuster, sumptuous Shiraz that should drink well for 15-25 years. - Robert Parker, robertparker.com, 1998
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  17. Dandelion Vineyards Shiraz Lionheart of the Barossa 2015
    VM91
    $21.98
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    91 Points! Youthful purple. Expressive aromas of dark berries, pipe tobacco, peppery spices and mocha. Juicy and seamless on the palate, offering sweet blueberry and cherry compote flavors that flesh out and pick up a smoky nuance with air. Becomes firmer on the very long, spice-laced finish, which is framed by dusty, fine-grained tannins. - Josh Raynolds, Vinous Media
     
     
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  18. E&E Shiraz Black Pepper Barossa Valley 2014
    WS94
    $66.98
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    94 Points!  Dark and rich, this offers an unctuous blend of blackberry, plum and kirsch flavors that are generous, plump and smooth, showing plenty of power and intensity. An appealing cream soda edge lingers on the finish, adding roundness to the thick, velvety tannins. Drink now through 2028. - Wine Spectator
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