With thousands of varieties of grapes around the world, and many countries entering the wine market with unique flavours, you shouldn’t limit yourself to serving a favourite wine over and over again. Come in to the Wine Cavern to learn about what’s new– whether it’s a bright, light wine from the Niagara Peninsula or the latest arrivals from New Zealand, Chile or France. Our inventory of beers, Scotch and accessories and gift items is also constantly refreshed so your visit to the Wine Cavern will always be an adventure.
Chris Ringland Dimchurch Barossa Shiraz 2010
Dense and concentrated, showing its ability to age gracefully, at 6 years old it is necessary to have the wine decanted for at least 3 hours before its depth becomes evident.
Chris Ringland Randall's Hill Shiraz 2010
The Randall’s Hill Shiraz as more fruit forward than my Barossa Ranges Shiraz.
Chris Ringland NBV Barossa Shiraz 2010/2012
This Barossa valley sub-region has long been recognised as producing, what could be described as the archetypal style of Barossa Shiraz; Rich, powerful, sweet-fruited and supple-textured with flavours of blackberry, chocolate and Christmas cake.
Chris Ringland Barossa Shiraz 1.5L
Classic North-Western Barossa Shiraz blackberry profile, together with sweet, dark plum and jammy notes. As always, the palate is all about sweet red berries, milk chocolate and subtle vanilla.
Braydun Hill Premium Shiraz 2012
Matured in French and American oak for 2 years; gold medal Winewise Small Vignerons Awards '14. Deeply coloured and unashamedly full-bodied, it has a bottomless pit of black fruits, yet is not over the top thanks to its moderate alcohol that breathes life into the palate and finish. Will be very long lived.
RCV Pressings Shiraz 2012
Black as a starless night; you not only get 17% alcohol, but 91yo vines, 23 months in new French oak and 100% pressings.
Tim Smith Reserve Barossa Shiraz TSW 2012
A 100-year-old vineyard in the Eden Valley provided most of the grapes, two others in the Barossa Zone the remainder; mostly matured in thick-staved French puncheons. This has all the complexity its pedigree suggests; black fruits, pepper, licorice and dark chocolate provide the heart, fine-grained tannins and quality oak the remainder.
Kooky Village Nutter Ebenezer Barossa Shiraz 2010
Rounded tannins and a silky mouthfeel is what you get from three years in barrel. That, and a small dose of frustration.
Kooky Village Barossa Shiraz 2012
The 2012 Kooky is 100% Ebenezer, showing all the hallmarks of red berry fruit, spice and a strong mouthfeel.
Reillys Fortified Shiraz 2013
A luscious array of spiced black fruits running through the long, evenly balanced palate. (95 points- J.H)
Bugalugs Tim Smith Shiraz 2014
Red liquorice, black forest cake, squished blackberries and spice notes (92points- J.H)
Farmers Leap Padthaway 'The Brave' 2010
The palate displays intense dark cherry, mocha, and spice flavours producing a wine of silky texture (91 points- Rob Parker)
Claymore The Flame Cabernet Sauvignon 2010
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