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Barossa Valley has a global reputation for producing some of Australia’s and the world’s greatest Shiraz. The Unity Barossa Valley Shiraz 2018 is an extraordinary example of how exceptional Barossa and Shiraz can be.
Great Gold Medal & 95+ Points - Catavinum World Wine & Spirits 2020
Gold Medal - Concours Mondial De Bruxelles 2020
Gold Medal – Asia Wine Challenge 2020
Gold Medal – International Wine Awards 2020
Gold Medal – Gilbert & Gaillard International Challenge 2020
Gold Medal – China Wine & Spirits Awards Best Value 2020
Gold Medal & 94 Points / 5 Stars - Wine Showcase
Gold Medal – China Wine & Spirts Awards 2020
Gold Medal – Women’s Wine & Spirits Awards 2021
This is wonderfully ripe and richly expressed on the nose showing dark fruit intensity together with vanillin oak, fragrant spice, game and thyme characters, leading to a powerfully expressed palate that’s weighty and mouthfilling. It’s opulent and splendidly framed by fine, grainy tannins, making it firmly structured and immediately appealing at the same time. At its best: now to 2033. Rating: 96 Points; Sam Kim; Wine Orbit
Rich purple and bold red in the glass. Herbaceous and mint flavours together with fragrant spice on the nose. The expected follow up does not disappoint. Lashings of dark chocolate, clove, savoury and spice stewed plums aplenty. Collectively it has a lovely weight and fills the palate with satisfying mouth feel. The silky and grippy tannins, together with a good dollop of 14.5% alcohol, complete a wonderful crescendo to this well made Barossa Shiraz. Drinking well now but will just get better in the next 10 years. Rating: 95 Points; Leo Daly; Wine Matrix
As soon as you nose this wine you are greeted with powerfully aromas of dark berry’s, blackcurrant and mulberry, spice, herbaceous notes and cedary oak. The palate delivers all and more with multilayered sweet berry fruit, soft tannins, integrated oak, full bodied and true to its region. Enjoy now or cellar for 10+ years. Rating: 94 Points; Stephen Read; Wine Matrix
Deepish red/purple colour and a curiously vegetal, canned-corn overtone to the bouquet. The vegetable touch is possibly cooler-grown or perhaps due in part to whole-bunch fermentation. It’s quite Rhône-ish in that way. Fruit-sweet, soft-textured palate, beautifully balanced and long. Spices and red fruits to taste. A different style of Barossa shiraz, and very worthy. Drink 2020-2030. Rating: 93 Points; Huon Hooke; The Real Review
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