Rothbury Estate White Label Hunter Valley & Barossa Valley Shiraz 2014
  • Elegant and refined Shiraz from two regions
  • The Hunter meets the Barossa, a unique combination
  • Honours the legendary red blends of the past

Rothbury Estate White Label Hunter Valley & Barossa Valley Shiraz 2014 x12

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An exquisite blend of savoury, spicy Hunter Valley Shiraz and rich, full flavoured Barossa Shiraz. Together these regions create a wine that is greater than the sum of its parts and highlights why the legendary multi-region blends of the 1950s were so widely regarded.

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Rosemary rack of lamb.


Old French & American oak.


Deep ruby red


Rich aromas of ripe blue and red berry fruits, earthiness, leather and a hint of savoury and spice characters.


Medium bodied palate with luscious berry fruit, ripe plum and leather complexed by spice and hints of dark chocolate characters. The wine has a lingering finish with elegant silky tannins with complex savoury fruits.


Rothbury Estate continue the tradition of the classic Australian wine styles of the 1950s and 60s by blending grapes from a mix of regions to create exceptional wines. Paying tribute to famous Australian winemakers Roger Warren and Colin Preece, specialists in blending wines from vineyards in NSW with other famous regions, this unique range has been created by combining Hunter Valley fruit with grapes from renowned Australian regions to add greater complexity and depth to the wine.

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