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  • Bagot Station Barossa Valley Shiraz 2023


    Young reds from the right vintages without hard extract are magnificent. This Bagot reminds me of those deeply coloured and powerful Moulin a Vent-Beaujolais, I imported in the 1970s. Deep in colour, one glass led to another, as did the bottles. How can wine be so pleasant. This vintage produced wines with a pronounced aroma and the winemaker has highlighted this with a light touch in the winery-such as no pressings added back. A must buy though will not evolve into a Karrawirra.

  • Bagot Station Barossa Valley Shiraz Cabernet 2023


    Drink this vintage sooner not later as the extraordinary aroma is its great joy.

  • Crayford Barossa Valley Grenache 2023


    The 2023 vintage intrigued us as early on we noted the amazing fruit aromas. Best drink young was one thought and for this Grenache that remains my advice as I find it extraordinary. Treat this like a big, sappy young red. Just gorgeous.

  • Crayford Barossa Valley Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2023


    Shiraz forms the stable known base. Grenache has alcoholic strength but less palate taste and brings to the blend beguiling aromas and a different palate impression to Shiraz. Yet what are these two without Mataro which maintains order by rearranging both and providing a strength of character particularly on the back palate. Still the genius of this wine remains the Grenache.

  • Kitts Creek Barossa Valley Grenache Mataro Rosé 2023


    Not those cool climate versions made from whites that are then given a hint of pink from a bucket of Shiraz. No as I’m talking about grapes in the Barossa Valley, picked a bit earlier than for a red, for the single purpose of making a Rosé.

  • Knotts Barossa Valley Rose 2023


    Reward yourself by introducing this mixed varietal blend to your table.

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