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2014 Logan Ridge of Tears Mudgee Shiraz

Mudgee, NSW

The top of the Shiraz tree for Peter Logan.

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$39.00

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About

About The Wine

The Ridge of Tears wines are Peter Logan's homage to his late ancestors. Two Shiraz' from two different NSW regions showcasing the differences between the vineyards where they are grown. These wines recieve the most attention and care in the winery from Peter and his team. They are powerful and savoury. They are treated to the best oak.

The Mudgee wine is the bigger, brawnier of the two, with deep pools for fruit and a lavish, smooth mouthfeel. James Halliday awarded this vintage 95 points and Campbell Mattinson awarded it 94.

It's a fitting wine to honour his forefathers, one that will thrill the Shiraz enthusiast who is intrigued by the differences that site has on the finished wine.

About Logan Wines

Logan wines have been a source of excellent value NSW wines for many years.

The label began in 1997 as a partnership between Peter Logan and his father Mal. The wines were an immediate hit with the locals.

Today, owner/winemaker Peter Logan delivers quality at all price points. His wines are clean and bright and made with a strong sense of regionality.

These are good, honest wines that consistently overdeliver for the price.

Peter and Hannah Logan
Peter and Hannah Logan
Mudgee, NSW
Additional Info

From The Producer

The face on the label personifies Peter Logan’s great ancestors. 'Druim nan deur' is Scottish Gaelic for 'Ridge of Tears', the old Logan clan war cry. It's an apt name for a wine that has aged this winemaker. Ridge of Tears showcases two shiraz wines from Mudgee and Orange.

The range demonstrates the great quality of these regions, especially in shiraz, showing how good they can be and just how different they are. But it hasn't been easy. In order to make the best possible shiraz from each region we grow the grapes on the best sloping sites, we restrict the vines to low yields in order to achieve perfect balance and concentration, we ferment the small batch of grapes in open fermenter tanks which we plunge by hand and then basket press before mellowing in oak for 12 - 15 months.

In the end the wines are savoury with depth and intensity. The two wines are really quite different yet both are perfumed and retain an elegance in line with the Logan house style. And now they're bottled, the tears are happy ones. Let the ageing begin.

Blend : Shiraz (100%)
Closure : Screw cap
Drink Until : 2026
Bottle Size : 750ml

Expert Reviews

Critic Reviews

95Points
Halliday Wine Companion

"Sourced from a vineyard only 70kms from the Ridge of Tears Orange Shiraz, and yet a completely different beast. This is beefy and substantial with a swagger of tannin holding it all in firm place. Blackberry, woody herbs, chocolate, coffee grounds. It's dense and long and shows all the sings that it will be a long termer." - James Halliday (Halliday Wine Companion) 

94Points
The Wine Front

"This is rich and substantial. Far richer than the Orange version. This is chocolatey, full, essentially grunty, packed with blackberry, cloves and cocoa. Tannin hits and spreads and in the end: holds firm. It’s not as complex (nor as charming) as the Orange version but it has impact and presence. It’s arguably the better wine; just. A fascinating duo." - Campbell Mattinson (The Wine Front)

Delivery

Delivery is Free for any order over $149 or more, or just $10 for any orders of $149 or less. There is no minimum order quantity and you can mix and match as much as you like. Make your perfect mixed pack!

Sydney Metro orders will be delivered the next day 6 days per week, Monday through Saturday. We can guarantee delivery before Christmas as long as you get your order in by midnight 23rd of December. Please refer to this map to see if your address is considered Sydney Metro here.

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Australia Wide Deliveries outside of Sydney and Melbourne metro are all delivered with Australia Post's eParcel wine delivery service. They pick up from us at 12pm Monday through Friday. When your order has been dispatched you'll receive tracking information to your email. Unfortunately with the complications of Covid and expected Christmas surge Australia Post are being extremely vague about delivery times. You will need to have your order placed before midnight 10th of December if you want to ensure it’s there for Christmas.

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Warehouse Pickup is available at our Sydney warehouse at 3 Fig, Ultimo, 2007. You are not able to browse our warehouse shelves and we are not licenced to sell over the counter, so please place your order online or over the phone before arriving. Feel free to call on arrival on 1300 668 385 and we can bring your order out to your vehicle.

Express Same Day Delivery is available for Sydney postcodes within 10km of the CBD. There is a $10 delivery surcharge and the order is needs to be placed before 12pm midday

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FaQs

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