Stonyfell Black Langhorne Creek Shiraz 2014
  • Made by award-winning winemaker John Glaetzer
  • Intensely rich, smooth rustic Shiraz
  • Great red to cellar, keep until 2020 and beyond

Stonyfell Black Langhorne Creek Shiraz 2014 x12

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Made by John Glaetzer, ex-Wolf Blass senior winemaker and winner of four Jimmy Watson Trophies, this is approachable and soft with flavours of crushed dark berries and a hint of licorice. The smooth finish shows a hint of mocha-like oak leaving a light impression.


1 Bronze

Wine Region

Langhorne Creek, South Australia.

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Char-grilled beef fillet filled with basil and sun-dried tomatoes, with a red wine reduction.


Matured on French oak.


Deep inky red with vibrant magenta hue.


Concentrated dark berry fruit aromas with underlying notes of choc mint and spicy oak.


This wine shows excellent concentration of rich berry fruit flavours which intensify through mid palate supported by hints of chocolate. A smooth textured wine with firm round tannins and toasty finish.


Stonyfell has been producing premium table wines for over a century using fruit sourced from Australia's leading wine producing regions such as, Langhorne Creek, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley and the Barossa Valley. Unrivalled four-time winner of the highest red wine prize in the land - the Jimmy Watson Trophy - winemaker John Glaetzer is one of Australia's greatest living wine legends. Langhorne Creek fruit featured in John's Wolf Blass reds.

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