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Drayton's Bin 9999 Hunter Valley Shiraz 2014
  • Traditional, classic Drayton's Shiraz
  • From one of the Hunter Valley's oldest producers
  • 5 Star James Halliday rated winery

Drayton's Bin 9999 Hunter Valley Shiraz 2014 x12

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Since we started out 33 years ago, we've been loving Drayton's Shiraz with every new vintage. They're renowned for creating rustic, spicy, soft Shiraz with the perfect balance between flavour and elegance. Match this with barbecued steak or gourmet sausages and enjoy every sip!

Wine Region

HUNTER VALLEY

Drink Until

2020

Varieties

Shiraz

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Enjoy with a hearty veal ragu.

Oak

12 months French and American oak.

Colour

Dark ruby red with purple hues.

Nose

Ripe blackberry and savoury fruit aromas with some underlying toasty oak characters.

Palate

Elegant wine with lifted black berry fruit flavours with spice and olive notes. Firm savoury tannins support add length and structure to this very approachable young red.

Background

Joseph Drayton first planted vines at his Bellevue property in the late 1850s. Today 4th generation Max Drayton and his sons continue the Drayton winemaking tradition ensuring the dynasty passes to the 6th generation.

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