Rothbury Winemakers Selection Hunter Valley Shiraz 2014
  • Classic Hunter Valley Shiraz
  • Soft, spiced berry fruit
  • Savoury leathery characters

Rothbury Winemakers Selection Hunter Valley Shiraz 2014 x12

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This is a benchmark savoury, soft Shiraz - the style that typifies the Hunter Valley. It opens with a bouquet of plummy berry fruit with hints of leather. The palate is elegant and refined, with soft savoury fruit and hints of spice.

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Venison and game pie, Blue Vein cheese or rich dark chocolate.


Tank and older French & American oak.


Deep ruby red.


Sweet plummy, berry fruit, leathery hints and integrated toasty oak. Some savoury spice hints add extra interest to the bouquet.


This is very elegant, refined and delicately savoury in the classic Hunter style. It's medium bodied with integrated fruit and sweet oak, soft tannins balanced with lifted plum and spice characters and great length of flavour.


The Winemaker Series celebrate the winemaker who have made this winery the outstanding producer that it is! The inauguarl release pays tribute to the first winemaker - Gerry Sissingh. He has been an active participant in the Hunter Valley since 1960 when he worked for Lindemans with his involvement with the Rothbury Winery being since the first vintage in 1971, in fact before the winery was built. He is an active champion of Hunter Valley wines, especially Semillon and Shiraz, believing them to be the quintessential Australian wine styles.

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