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If you're on the hunt for a seriously smashable pack of Shiraz, we've got you covered.
These are six of our favourite bargain Shiraz, each ready and rearing to have the tops ripped off.
At this price, you won't see much better value anywhere else in Australian wine.
Check them out!
2021 Sons of Eden Marschall Shiraz
Marschall is a brilliant little Shiraz, sourced from the sub-regions of Ebenezer and Tanunda where David Marschall (the namesake of this wine) planted his vineyards at the time the Barossa was still finding its feet.
There is no denying it, Corey Ryan and Simon Cowham know how to handle Barossa fruit, and the Marschall is a very slick example of their winemaking nous and prowess in full swing. In terms of top value Shiraz from this part of the world, this wine has a great track record.
The balance managed by Corey Ryan is absolutely on point, it's a delicious bargain for Barossa lovers!Read more about 2021 Sons of Eden Marschall Shiraz
2021 Willow Bridge Gravel Pit Shiraz
As far as superb quality & value Shiraz goes, the Gravel Pit from Willow Bridge has you covered.
It's a single vineyard wine, with most of the fruit coming from the Gravel Pit block planted back in 1998.
It's opulent; layers and layers of dark plums and berries, hits of oak, dusted with spice and structured with silky tannins.Read more about 2021 Willow Bridge Gravel Pit Shiraz
2020 The Yard Acacia Vineyard Shiraz
The Yard range from Larry Cherubino is where they craft impressive single vineyard wines that express the unique sites they come from - all at an extreme value price point, too.
The Acacia Shiraz is named after the vineyard the fruit is picked from - the Acacia Vineyard in Frankland River, planted in 1997.
The result is a shining example of Shiraz - broody and flavoured with black fruits, soft tannins and peppery spice. Delightful.Read more about 2020 The Yard Acacia Vineyard Shiraz
2021 S.C. Pannell Field Street Shiraz
Steve Pannell may be better known for his 'alternative' variety wines, but this is just pure McLaren Vale Shiraz goodness, without the interruption of heavy-handed oak.
It's not quirky or innovative, but it's impeccably put together and sure is delicious. As ever excellent tannins ride shotgun to joyously juicy and sweet Shiraz fruit, providing the perfect balance and an extremely more-ish finish!
At this price, this is easily one of the best value Shiraz from the Vale.Read more about 2021 S.C. Pannell Field Street Shiraz
2020 Frankland Estate Shiraz
The Frankland Estate Shiraz announces itself brilliantly, thanks to the marvellous vintage conditions and the sensitive winemaking approach.
With its dark purple colour shining in the glass, you get loads of plum and raspberry characters, with a spicy edge. The flavours are bright and mouth filling, with an excellent balance between the fine tannins and vibrant acidity. The addition of several other grape varieties – Touriga, Mourvedre and a touch of Viognier – gives the wine an interesting depth and aromatic complexity.
If you love ripe Shiraz and are looking for something different to the usual regions, then this Frankland Estate Shiraz delivers the goods.Read more about 2020 Frankland Estate Shiraz
2018 Mount Pleasant Philip Shiraz
If you love the regional style of Shiraz that the Hunter Valley produces, you just can't go wrong with the Philip Shiraz from Mount Pleasant.
Proud icons of the region, this wine lets you test the waters of their range without breaking the bank. And not to mention it seriously overdelivers for the dollars asked.
It's classic stuff, full of fresh blue and black berries dusted with spice - really great buying.Read more about 2018 Mount Pleasant Philip Shiraz