Woods Crampton "white Label" Barossa Valley Shiraz 2015
  • Barossa Valley Shiraz rated 94 Halliday points
  • Fine tannins are balanced with a fresh acidity
  • Bottled without fining and minimal filtration

Woods Crampton "white Label" Barossa Valley Shiraz 2015 x12

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"5 days pre-ferment cold soak, open-fermented, hand-plunged, matured in oak (30% new) for 9 months. This is as richly fruited as it is savoury, with the flavour and texture of a full-bodied shiraz costing twice as much. The fruit quality is a given, the special quality coming from the perfectly judged, spicy tannins and oak that, despite their power, leave the aftertaste fresh and clear." 94 points, James Halliday Wine Companion 2017 Edition.

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95% Shiraz, 5% Mataro




Braised lamb shanks.


Primarily French oak with some American oak.


Deep red.


The nose is bright and expressive with aromas of dark berries and exotic spice.


The palate is supple and fruit driven but impressively elegant with spicy, dark berry fruit flavours. Fine tannins are balanced with a fresh acidity. This wine drinks well now but will improve significantly over the next twelve months before aging gracefully for well over ten years.


The ambition of Woods Crampton is to create unforced wines that showcase the quality of their fruit and tell the story of their vineyards. Minimal intervention winemaking follows to create elegant and expressive wines - minimal sulphur used and bottled without fining.

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