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NV Bleasdale...

NV Bleasdale Sparkling Shiraz

People always think you have to wait till Christmas to open Sparkling Shiraz, but you’ll be hard pressed to wait for the weekend before opening this. Bleasdale are famed for their sumptuous Sparkling Shiraz that’s stacked with bags of berried…

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NV Turkey Flat...

NV Turkey Flat Sparkling Shiraz

People always seem to wait for the festive season to open their Sparkling reds but funnily enough it’s got the ability to be drunk all year round and in the Barossa it’s often recommended as the perfect breakfast wine, with bacon and eggs. This is…

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NV Leconfield Syn...

NV Leconfield Syn Rouge Sparkling Shiraz

It's rather hard not to use the word 'sinful' when describing this rather sexy Coonawarra Shiraz, the style rich, plump and just a little bit lurid, topped off with the most sinful looking purple bubbles you can imagine. Sinfully good, but still…

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Region: Coonawarra

NV Rumball Sparkling...

NV Rumball Sparkling Shiraz

The Rumball Sparkling Reds continue the tradition of offering a style that is unique to the world of wine. It’s believed that it was once made in France but today it’s only Australia who has made it their own. This is very much the Rumball house…

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Region: Coonawarra

2011 Seppelt...

2011 Seppelt Original Sparkling Shiraz

During 160 years of winemaking, Seppelt has built a reputation of innovation and unswerving dedication to quality. The Seppelt philosophy involves harnessing the strengths of each viticultural region to create varietally and regionally expressive…

Region: Grampians

2004 Seppelt Show...

2004 Seppelt Show Sparkling Shiraz

Seppelt started the sparkling red crazy way back in the day, and the ones from the 50s and 60s (then called 'sparkling Burgundy') were legendary! There's bucket loads of choc-coated berries, baked spices and violets on the nose, meanwhile the palate…

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Region: Grampians

NV The Black Chook...

NV The Black Chook Sparkling Shiraz

Sparkling Shiraz is one of the Australian wine industry’s great gifts to the world of wine and we don’t give this style enough credit. Winemaker Ben Riggs is proud of this Sparkling red that employs three- year-old Shiraz that’s been aged in oak…

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Region: McLaren Vale

NV The Scarlet...

NV The Scarlet Letter Sparkling Shiraz

This bottle of shiraz bottles may not be wearing the scarlet letter 'A', but it is certainly a saucy minx. It's a rich, plush style that shows attractive smells of dark berries, plums, soft spice and chocolate on the nose that leads in to a smooth,…

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Region: Padthaway

NV Wise Wine Black...

NV Wise Wine Black Bead Sparkling Shiraz

Sparkling shiraz is an Aussie icon. Nobody else in the world does this style, and here we have one at a loose change price. Aromas of dark cherries, pepper spice and toasty oak adorn the nose, whilst the palate is medium-bodied and quite dry, with…

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NV Mitchell...

NV Mitchell Peppertree Sparkling Shiraz

Wanna put some Shizzle in your sparkle, then just add Shiraz. Sparkling red is such a festive drink and it gets overlooked far too much. We think there should be a movement for more red sparkling to get uncorked and we hope you’ll want to get onboard…

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Region: Clare Valley

NV Annie's Lane...

NV Annie's Lane Quelltaler Sparkling Shiraz

As we have said before, sparkling shiraz is a style that is truly Aussie. Seppelt started the trend way back in the day, and others have followed in its footsteps. This offering from Annie's Lane has a couple of things going for it. Firstly, it is at…

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Region: Clare Valley

2009 Schild Estate...

2009 Schild Estate Sparkling Shiraz

It doesn't get any more Australian than sparkling shiraz. This vintage version from Schild Estate shows dark berry, cherry and plummy fruits on the nose, with a generous lick of chocolate. The palate is a tad sweet with mellow tannins, approachable…

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