Parishioner's Plea Red Blend 2014
  • Winery rated 5 stars by James Halliday
  • From ex St Hallett chief, Bob McLean
  • Easy-drinking, popular red

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?My aim was to create wines with nice, soft and easy fun-loving flavour. The kind of wines you can enjoy with lunch on a summer weekend. I call these my 'wines without frontiers' because I go to several vineyards in South Australia to find the best fruit.? Bob McLean, Winemaker.

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South Australia.

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Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon




T-bone steak char grilled with spinach and buttered squash.


Integrated oak usage for 6 months.


Deep Rich red


Fresh berry fruits with hints of cassis and dusty smokey oak.


Strong upfront fruits balanced with silky generous mid palate. Rich oak finish.


In the Barossa, the personalities can be as big as the wines they produce. They don't come much bigger than Bob McLean who for many years was the face of St Hallett, which grew into one of the Barossa's most recognisable names. Now Bob has his own winery, McLean's Farm, which is already gaining legendary status. With access to some of the best fruit in the Barossa, Bob's wines are truly superb (Bob would settle for nothing less!). Reflecting this commitment to quality, the winery has been given an impressive four-star rating James Halliday's Australian Wine Companion 2009.Bob McLean is a firm believer in the compatibility of Shiraz and the Barossa Valley, also in its ability to produce a variety of styles.

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