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2015 Great Western Bin No. 1 Shiraz


Colour: Very dark red with a garnet hue.
Bouquet: Lifted aromas of rose petal, blueberry, black jubes and asian spices with some nutty notes in the background.
Palate: Juicy red and blue fruit flavours fill the mouth. The plush medium bodied texture is drawn out for a long savoury finish.
Cellaring: This vibrant and youthful wine is great to enjoy now with food but will soften and gain complexity over the next 10-15 years.
Pairing: Ideal to drink with a seared Venison ribeye steak and a wild mushroom sauce.
Vintage: A moderate season with no real hot spells. Very cool nights and warm days ensured the grapes ripened fully but retained all their natural acidity. Quality is very good, but crops were reduced due to the dry weather and spring frosts.


Region: Great Western, Victoria
Grape Variety: Shiraz
Alcohol: 14%
Winemaker: Justin Purser



Nick Stock; Herald Sun, September 2nd 2016 NICK’S TOP PICKS – 2015 Best’s Great Western Bin 1 Shiraz, $25
A regional benchmark and one of the best value reds in the country, this is a perfect Father’s Day gift with all the cool-climate pepper and spice, bright red plum, raspberry and also deeper blackberry, liquorice and sarsaparilla. Better get him two of these, one for now, one for later.

The Age Epicure; March 28, 2017 – Ralph Kyte-Powell
This Grampians Shiraz offers juicy black plum, earth and peppery spice aromas.  In the mouth it’s succulent, intense and complete, with easy tannin balance (14% alcohol: screwcap) Food idea: Roast lamp shoulder.  Score 91 points


VIC100- Best 100 wines of Victoria for the year & Trophy for Great Western Regional Winner
2016 Royal Adelaide Wine Show- Bronze
2016 Victorian Wines Show – Gold
2016 Queensland Wine Show – Gold

Halliday Wine Companion 2018
2015 Great Western Bin 1 Shiraz, $25.00 Bright crimson-purple; fragrant spice, fruit and oak nuances are all on parade from the first whiff.  The elegant, medium-bodied palate throws additional light on the complex array of cherry, plum, licorice and oak flavours; supple texture and silky tannins tie the bow on a lovely, dirt cheap shiraz.   Rating 95    To 2030

2017 Royal Melbourne Wine Show- Silver Medal

Hamish Thomson tastes our 2015 Bin No. 1 Shiraz in detail in the video below.

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