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Why do we love this case?

Like shiraz? Us too. This pack is about one of the world’s most versatile grapes strutting its stuff. In style terms, there’s a bit of everything - from Barossa belly-laughs to rarified Roussillon. The only thing that’s constant is quality. These are the best of the best. As you try them, one thing becomes obvious: All across the world, shiraz is in great shape. 

Every pack contains one of each of the following:

Red
Shiraz
Faugères AOC

Mas Gabinèle Rarissime 2014
Blackcurrant
Cedar
Leather
Full-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
Syrah du Monde 2016
Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
Decanter World Wine Awards
Syrah du Monde 2016
Decanter World Wine Awards
International Wine Challenge
Decanter World Wine Awards
Trophy, Special Mention, ToP 100 Languedoc-Roussillon Wines South of France
Trophy, International Wine Challenge

You don’t have to be able to pronounce ‘Rarissime’ to enjoy this wine. But it is kinda fun to say. Rare-ee-sim. Rareesim. Rarissime. Well, look at us, speaking French already. It means ‘extremely rare’, and does what it says on the label: this wine is scarce. And precious. This wine’s won a stack of awards, and rightly so. Head Buyer John reckons it’s one of the best syrahs we’ve ever bought. Eddie the Wine Guy even called it “silky, sexy” - so I admonished him for sexualising wine. Still, it’s pretty spesh. The International Wine Challenge team said it tasted “youthful yet exotic, iodine and incense, scented black fruit.Thrilling minerality with the promise of savory complexity.” That was a couple of years ago, and I’d say it’s fulfilled that promise.

Red
Shiraz Blend
Rhone Valley

Domaine Vincent Paris Cornas Granit 30 2015
Blackberry
Cherry
Licorice
Medium-bodied
Bright
Elegant
(91-94) Jeb Dunnuck, Wine Advocate
(91-93) Josh Raynolds, Vinous

“A deep, sexy, fruit-loaded beauty that has a saturated purple color, awesome notes of blackberries, blueberries, violets, spring flowers and licorice, as well as full-bodied richness and sweet, yet present tannin. This puppy has tons of fruit and is relatively upfront and textured, but it has enough tannin to benefit from 2-4 years of bottle age.” So say Wine Advocate, and they’re some strong words there. Bordering on hyperbole for Wine Advocate. Josh Raynolds (Vinous) even said “powerfully scented... Fleshy and expansive... deep, mineral-laced… Picks up energy with air and finishes on a sappy dark berry note, with powerful thrust and wonderful length.” So not a shy wine. We’d agree there, but the note on needing air is important. Decant for a good hour to see it at its best, at this early stage. There’s some intentional reduction that will give this wine complexity and longevity, but needs air to unlock.

Red
Shiraz
Victoria

Fallen Giants Block 3 Shiraz 2016
Blackcurrant
Pepper
Tarry
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
James Halliday
Huon Hooke
Special value award James Halliday
5 red star Halliday rated winery

We’ve been in love with the wines from this winery for some time now, and they’ve just gone and backed it up with this small batch shiraz from a single site at the top of their vineyard. It’s been made exactly the same way as they make all their shiraz, and that’s gently, with minimal intervention but maximum attention to detail. So it’s totally terroir talking. And talk it does. Powerful and precise, crunchy flint and graphite flavour bundled up in rich plummy, peppery fruit. Keep it talking while I just run out to get some wagyu... "It is fascinating that the vinification of this wine is identical to that of the lesser priced shiraz, with both wines picked on the same day and made in exactly the same way. Of course there has to be differences, and this wine came from vines solely at 220m (100 dozen made), the other from vines between 180-220m (1400 dozen made). This achieves even greater depth, power and length that its sibling." - James Halliday

Red
Shiraz
Beechworth

Golden Ball Saxon Shiraz 2015
Black Cherry
Blackberry
Herbaceous
Medium-bodied
Silky
Refined
James Halliday
5 black star Halliday rated winery

Mofo Buyer Ben waxes lyrical about these wines, so I’ll let him do the talking: “From a single vineyard property managed from start to finish by one man. Tiny production with a cult-like following. Exceptional cool climate shiraz with structure, complex herbal notes, silky fine tannins and a long long finish.”

Red
Shiraz
Eden Valley

Brothers at War The Old Man Syrah 2017
Blood Plum
Spice
Raspberry
Medium-bodied
Firm
Concentrated
Campbell Mattinson
5 star Halliday rated winery
Vegan friendly

The deep and rich nose suggests power on the palate and that’s what you get - but a cool-climate, elegant version of power that lets you drink glass after glass. Classic Eden Valley, dark chocolate and blueberry compote, laced with good vanilla beans. Follows through on the palate with loads of black fruit, some red fruit to back it up, flinty and graphitey. Savoury tannins and wonderful balance, with plush fruit over the top of everything. Brothers at War are riding high on the new wave of Barossa and Eden Valley producers who are making wine with food in mind. I might be making food with wine in mind, though. This wine, for the near future.

Red
Shiraz
Barossa Valley

Grant Burge Filsell Shiraz 2016
Dark Chocolate
Plum
Vanilla
Full-bodied
Textured
Concentrated
Barossa Wine Show
Jane Faulkner, Halliday Wine Companion
Huon Hooke
(93+) Campbell Mattinson
5 red star Halliday rated winery

Grant Burge, a fifth-generation Barossa baron, is a worldwide icon. If classic Australian winemaking is a mountain, then GB is the guy waving at you from the top. This one is dense, dark, with loads of fruit that unfurls with time open. The aromas are heady and complex: blackberry, mulberry, dark chocolate, clove, molasses and orange rind, for starters. More coconut and red berries on the palate, but it maintains a density of fruit that happily matches the not-insignificant amount of oak. A very long, very dense and very rich palate doesn’t leave you wanting for anything. One of Barossa’s best vineyards of old vines matched to a very good year for Barossa reds, plus almost two years in oak, have produced an outstanding vintage of this frenzy-stirring label. It has the finesse of touch to drink now, but the density at its core to drive well into the 2030s. Not for the faint of heart or the meek of palate. Definitely for everyone else.