Allegiance Wines was born from a pledge to produce the highest quality from vine to glass.  Sourcing parcels of expressive wines that over-deliver in all facets, the Allegiance Wines commitment is to combine outstanding viticulture and winemaking every vintage.

Barossa Valley has a global reputation for producing some of Australia’s and the world’s greatest Shiraz. The Unity Barossa Valley Shiraz 2014 is an extraordinary example of how exceptional Barossa and Shiraz can be. 

Double Gold – China Wine & Spirits Awards Best Value 2018 
Gold Medal (95+ Points) – 2018 Catavinum World Wine 2017 
Gold Medal (95+ Points) – 2017 International Wine Awards 2017 
Gold Medal (95 Points) – Wine Showcase 2017
Gold Medal – China Wine & Spirits Awards 2017 
98 Points - Tony Keys; Key Report
96 Points - Sam Kim; Wine Orbit
96 Points - Stephen Read; Wine Matrix
96 Points - Greg Swift; Wine Matrix
94 Points - Ray Jordan
94 Points - Ken Gargett
Intense sums it up, but to start at the beginning. The nose is incredible it’s all things nice not sugar but spicy fruit cake on the palate it goes forever deep, deep flavour curling and griping python like to all pleasure points and slowly squeezing all that can be squeezed out of each one. 98 points $100 is high but if the wallet allows than buy it. Rating: 98 Points; Tony Keys; Key Report
This is superbly composed and expressed on the nose exhibiting blackberry, mixed berry compote, mocha, cedar and black olive characters with subtle vanilla nuances. The palate is concentrated and opulent, but not heavy, and delivers layers velvety texture and delectable flavours, with seamlessly woven silky tannins. The wine is gratifying and engaging, and offers extraordinary complexity. At its best: now to 2026. Rating: 96 Points; Sam Kim; Wine Orbit
Intense and brooding dark purple red colour entices you to try. The bouquet is as intense as the colour with luscious ripe fruit, mulberry, cedary toasty oak tones and hints of coconut. Exploding into the mouth with multilayer’s of fruit, oak, acid and tannin. All this with a long finish shows the quality here, needs more time to reach full potential. A great Barossa Shiraz – keep for 10+ years. Rating: 96 Points; Stephen Read; Wine Matrix
Dark, ruby and brooding – what a cracker! The nose shows wonderful complex spice with fruit cake and vanilla dominating. There are mouth filling flavours on the palate and firm, balanced tannins are present that will only get better with age. This wine is worth every dollar. A classic Barossa Shiraz. Enjoy with some cured meats and even better in the years to come if cellared. Rating: 96 Points; Greg Swift; Wine Matrix
Boy this is such a smooth and stylish example of Barossa shiraz. Lush and opulent with dark syrup shiraz loaded with liquir and dark plum with a decent hit of toasty oak. So dense and concentrated with great power with such elegance and refinement. Cellar: 15 years. Alcohol 14.5%; RRP $100; Rating: 94 Points; Ray Jordan
Serious intensity here. Dark berries, chocolate, black cherries. Leather notes. Fine tannins and impressive length. There is a reasonably high level of oak here – possibly more than some will enjoy, but others will love it. possibly a smidge over the top for me, but it is integrating well and will only get more and more exciting. Best drinking: many years. 15 years and then have a review. Alcohol 14.5%; RRP $100; Rating: 94 Points; Ken Gargett
Generous and complex, a bold, attractive and well-made Barossa shiraz. An ‘iron fist in a velvet glove’, displaying punchy plum, cassis and violets. Gripping oak and firm tannins build considerable presence on the plate, finishing long and bright; still needs time. Rating: 94 Points; Peter Bessey, Wine Genius
Deep red/purple colour and a shy but slightly floral, perfumed bouquet with a decided cool-climate lift. The palate is elegant and fine, again cool and aromatic and quite high-acid, and ends with a firm grip and a trace of youthful astringency. Very good. An appetite-stimulating wine. Drink: 2018 to 2034; Price: $100.00; Alcohol: 14.5%; Rating: 92 Points; Huon Hooke; The Real Review



SKU 10856
Brand Allegiance Wines
Shipping Weight 1.3333kg
Unit Of Measure ea

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