It does the Barossa Valley proud. Laugh and think (and drink), this is Australia.
About The Wine
A benchmark Barossa Shiraz here from Dan Stanish. The 2016 Schubert Theorem Shiraz comes from an east-facing vineyard in Maranaga.
The fruit of these ancient Barossa Valley vines was brought to bottle with the help of concrete eggs and judicious French oak seasoning. This is a wine that showcases the mighty power of the Barossa Valley with flawless control.
As Gary Walsh observed in his 96 point review, "It’s dark and charismatic. It’s long... It does the Barossa Valley proud."
This is a monumental wine. Small allocations available. Serious collectors of South Australia's finest red wines should not hesitate.
About Standish Wine Co.
Dan Standish is one of the most outstanding Barossa producers in the game today.
A sixth-generation Barossan, Dan started the Standish Wine Co. in 1999. Over the intervening years, his wines have amassed unanimous acclaim. His offerings now rank amongst the rarest and most sort after Barossa wines for collectors in the know.
After learning his trade at Torbreck, under his eponymous label, Dan has pursued a quest to showcase some of the Barossa region's finest and most ancient sites.
Stylish, seductive and devastatingly powerful, the Standish wines are Barossa wines with unmistakable X-Factor.