Five South Australian Shiraz you must try

South Australia is one of the premier wine regions of Australia home to some 
of the finest wineries like Henschke, Penfolds and Wynns. 

Here are 5 Shiraz you must try.

Sevenhill Br. John May Reserve Shiraz 2010
The grapes are sourced from Estate grown vines, made with minimal intervention including fermentation in open slate vats and basket pressing, and only made in the best vintages - this is Clare Valley Shiraz at its finest!

Kaesler Old Bastard Shiraz 2009
Located in the Barossa Valley and established in 1893. Handpicked grapes are sourced from vines over 100 years old. This Shiraz needs to be in every wine enthusiasts cellar. Love your work Reid Bosward!

Woodstock “The Stocks” Shiraz 2007
This wine gets it’s name from a set of medieval wooden leg stocks standing in the town of Woodstock in Oxfordshire, England. This is single vineyard 100% shiraz and boy is it a tremendous wine.

Yangarra Estate Ironheart Shiraz 2013
Depicting the red ironstone soils is what makes Yangarra Ironheart Shiraz what it is. A balance of power and finesse, with the ability to cellar for decades. This is another stunning wine by Peter Fraser – you genius!

Rockford Basket Press Shiraz 2005
Another cracking winery located in the Barossa Valley. All grapes are handpicked and traditional winemaking techniques utilized, particularly using a basket press and open fermenter. This is old school winemaking at it’s finest.

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