Regional Sa Shiraz x12



a bottle

  • 12 Shiraz wines from South Australia
  • Includes medals-winner The Ridge Coonawarra Shiraz
  • 100% Money Back Guarantee!


Save $95.41


Add To Cart
Product Code: DG93S
Calculate delivery & handling fee
Peter Lehmann Seven Surveys Shiraz 2012 A classic Barossa Shiraz from a "Baron of the Barossa". We were lucky to have the chief winemaker lead a tasting in our offices recently, and the care and attention that this wine receives is astonishing considering its price - some of the fruit comes off 100-year-old vines! Outstanding wine. Outstanding value.

Not available as a straight case

Hogs In The Woods Fleurieu Peninsula Shiraz 2014 South Australia's Fleurieu Peninsula encompasses the world-renowned wine regions of McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek and Currency Creek. The reds from the region are powerful and intense, with wonderful red berry and spice flavours. This cracking Shiraz is a stunning example and is definitely not to be missed.
The Ridge Coonawarra Shiraz 2014 Rich and full-bodied with ripe, spicy plum and blackberry fruit flavours supported by fine, grippy tannins. This well balanced wine has a long lingering finish and a classic Coonawarra hint of mint.
Burns And Fuller Langhorne Creek Shiraz 2014 The palate is rich and sweetly fruited with layers of dark plum, exotic spices, subtle toasted oak and fine tannins. The ripeness and opulence of the fruit allows for immediate enjoyment whilst the structure promises a decade of improvement.

Not available as a straight case

Estimate your delivery cost
Delivery per case {{freightPerCaseDisplay}}
Click & Collect from BWS {{clickAndCollectFreightDisplay}}
Collect your order from a participating store

A handling fee of $1.20 per case (metro) or $1.40 per case (regional) will apply to your order.

Our Story

300,000 people can’t be wrong

If you’re looking for more from every glass of wine you can expect exceptional quality at an extraordinary price here.



our cellar packed with great wine

When you shop with Cellarmasters, you’re only a step away from the people who grew the grapes and made the wine.


Our winemakers

Feature story Go