2019 Shiraz

Wild fermented and includes 30% whole bunches, then spends 15 months in 1-5yr old oak. Purple red, theres plenty of white pepper, then a middle that is surprisingly full, the oak driving the flavours forward, but with rich a palate that is still mid weight and driven by fine, real tannins. Such a composed wine, the acidity, keeping things taut and the finish detailed and composed, even though the best is yet to come.

From $29.95 750ml





Peerick 2019 Shiraz








750 mL


Single Bottle, Case of 6, Case of 12

Wine specs

Food Pairing

Beef, Lamb, Game (Venison, Kangaroo), Poultry. Recommended Matches: Grilled or roast beef with pepper sauce. BBQ ribs, spicy sausages, chicken. Big beefy stews. Meat pies and sausage rolls. Pizza. Beefburger with smoky BBQ sauce. Roast or grilled lamb or chicken. Indian curries. Soft cheeses especially Camembert, Gruyere, and mellow Blue. Roasted vegetables. Dark chocolate and chocolate dipped honeycomb.

Wine specs

Tasting Notes

Wild yeast fermented, 20% whole bunch. Contains 3% Viognier. Matured in 15% new and 1-5 year old French oak. Layered, elegant and fruit forward. Pronounced black cherry and liquorice aroma infused with clove and smoky cedar. A juicy vibrant black cherry, blackberry and blueberry mix with liquorice, vanilla and coffee bean influences. Savoury edge. Hint of white pepper. Fine tannins. Medium+ length. Truly moreish.

Wine specs

Winemaker Notes

The inclusion of 30% whole bunches, 3% Viognier and wild yeast fermentation, bring added layers to the wine. 12 months maturation in French oak provides a fine savoury edge in harmony with the concentrated vibrant red and blue berry fruit notes from the vineyard.