Gallows Wine Co. The Bommy Margaret River Shiraz 2011
  • Stunning Margaret River Shiraz
  • Finely focussed, incredibly balanced
  • Impresses from the very first sip!

Gallows Wine Co. The Bommy Margaret River Shiraz 2011 x12

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Named after a famous Margaret River surf break, The Gallows wines reward the dedicated seeker of beauty, grace and power. Sourced exclusively from Charlie Maiolo's vineyards, The Gallows Wine Co. provides a pure taste of the premium Margaret River experience.

Wine Region

Margaret River, Western Australia

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Scotch fillet with wild mushroom sauce.


New and used French and American oak.


Deep crimson with purple hues


Varietal cool climate Shiraz characteristics such as leafy blackcurrant with hints of dark chocolate and lifted aromatic spices.


Elegant, restrained dark berry fruits complexed by spice, licorice and dark chocolate. Firm tannins and great length ensure this wine will age for years to come.


Margaret River is home to some of the best surf breaks in Australia. This wine is named after one of the most famous - The Bommy.The Gallows Wine Co. reward the dedicated seeker of beauty, grace and power all that Margaret River provides - world famous wines and surf breaks. Sourced from Charlie Maiolo's estate vineyards located in Western Australia's premier wine region, these wines provides a pure taste of the Margaret River experience.

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