1. 2017 Serafino Goose Island Shiraz

The 2017 Serafino Goose Island Shiraz comes from Serafino Wines based in McLaren Vale, South Australia. It has a dark red core with a dark red black tinged hue. The nose is lifted with aromas of liquorice, dark plum, and toasty vanilla oak followed by some earth and spice. On the palate, it has a plump juicy feel with liquorice and plum flavors blended with toasty vanilla oak and spice. Slight dry tannins leave a grainy feel on the finish.

  1. 2017 Jaraman Shiraz

The 2017 Jaraman Shiraz is one of the award-winning wine brands of Wakefield Wines based in Australia. It has deep cerise red color to the center with a vibrant purple hue to the edges. It has lifted nose of plum and cherry fruit along with subtle black olive and spice. This elegant Shiraz has fantastic flavors or red berry fruits, violet and attractive oak characters of roasted coffee beans and dark chocolates. It is well-balanced with finely integrated tannins giving the palate intense and persistent length.

  1. 2016 St. Andrews Shiraz

The 2016 St. Andrews Shiraz is another award-winning wine brand of Wakefield Wines in this list. It has concentrated ruby red color with dark mahogany hue to the edge. The wine has a complex nose with aromas of red berry fruits, dark chocolate, dusty spice, and hints of charcuterie, cigar box and roasted coffee. On the palate, it is rich and complex with layers of flavor. Dark berry fruit blends with lashing s of coffee, chocolate, and spice from high-quality oak. This is a generous wine with textural complexity and long, persistent flavors.

  1. Woodfired Heathcote Shiraz 2017

The Woodfired Heathcote Shiraz 2017 is a big boy with rich and juicy mouth feeling. This full-bodied Shiraz from De Bortoli Wines is bold yet silky and smooth. It has intense deep red color with purple edge. On the nose, it has aromas of dark fruits, plum, blueberry, spice, and liquorice. On the palate, it is soft, rich, mouth coating, and balanced.

  1. Flavabom 2017 Vine Dried Shiraz

The Flavabom 2017 Vine Dried Shiraz from Byrne Vineyards is a single vineyard wine that delivers flavor with depth and concentration and immediate impact. It has dark inky red color with magenta hue on the edge. On the nose, it has aromas of ripe blackberries and molasses with a hint of vegemite. The palate is plush and well-rounded with rich, dried fruit flavors. The finish is long-lasting after the initial bomb of flavor on the palate.

  1. Calcannia 2016 Clare Valley Shiraz

The Calcannia 2016 Clare Valley Shiraz from Byrne Vineyards is high in quality and slightly higher in yields. It has deep plum color. On the nose, peppery hints overlay the ripe mulberry and plum aromas. On the palate, it is sophisticated and well-balanced with fruit sweetness and smooth tannins.

  1. 2017 Serafino Black Label Shiraz

The 2017 Serafino Black Label Shiraz is a premium McLaren Vale Shiraz from Serafino Wines, Australia. It’s flooded with bright red fruits including blackberry, blueberry, mint, Swiss dark chocolate and violets blended with spicy fine grained tannins. It’s a full-flavored wine with layers of texture and flavor.

  1. 2016 Estates Sharp Sisters Red Blend

The 2016 Estates Sharp Sisters Red Blend from Mercer Wine has a beautiful nose of blackberry preserves and raspberry jam with notes of sage and sweet burnt sugar. The ripe fruit blends perfectly with sleek tannin structure to create a broad and powerful yet elegant wine. The ripe flavors on the palate lead to a soft and lingering finish with a touch of bright acidity.

  1. 2016 AJA Vineyards Malibu Coast Syrah

The 2016 AJA Vineyards Malibu Coast Syrah lets out compelling aromas of blackberry, strawberry, and vanilla. On the palate, it shows subtle black pepper and tannins round out the experience with a nice mocha finish.

  1. 2013 Jack Harrison Shiraz

The 2013 Jack Harrison Shiraz has lifted aromas of rich plums, cassis, and black cherry backed by French oak fineness. The palate has luscious ripe black fruit flavors, hints of olive and five spice followed by succulent tannins.

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