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The Barossa Valley vineyard landscape is remarkably diverse. Fortunate to have mates growing grapes all over this place, I’m able to make different wines showcasing many faces of Barossa Valley Shiraz. The Bilmore Shiraz is sourced primarily from vineyards along the western ridge of the Valley floor…an area stretching south of Seppeltsfield Road, around the back of the golf club at Rowland Flat and then on through the parish of Gomersal that overlooks the southern township of Lyndoch. Shiraz grown in these parts produces richly flavoured wines with soft, round mouth feel and plenty of delicious savoury characters…the trademark of wines from this part of the Barossa Valley. Kym Teusner

Good colour; a rich, fruit-slapping mouthful that draws you swiftly back for a second mouthful, and in no time the bottle is empty, especially if you have shared it with another. The finish is remarkable, light and almost airy, yet with a savoury note that serves to highlight the fruit. Drink to: 2039; Price: $26.00; Alcohol: 14.5%; Rating: 96 Points; James Halliday Wine Companion

Despite being the descriptor of choice for many a wine writer, I have avoided playing the 'cracker' card, but much like the 2010 Riebke that I'm still in love with, the Bilmore 2014 is indeed a cracker! The wine is a glass and teeth staining deep, dark, inky purple with youthful bright hues. A dark yet fragrant nose of dark cherry and plum; blackberry and aniseed with savoury notes of earth and oak. Line this up blind against any super premium Barossa Shiraz and it screams top shelf. The medium to full bodied palate first shows power with layer upon layer of complex, deep, dark fruit. Lashings of it. Then elegance courtesy of a finish that ties this gorgeous fruit to the textured, savoury ending. Unbelievably approachable now, the fruit and structure here will carry it for another decade at least. Drink: Now-2025+; Quality: Exceptional BW; WineStar© October 2015


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