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Promised Land

Shiraz 2018

A soft and fleshy shiraz boasting a lively palate of juicy red berry fruits, plum and spice, along with subtle chocolate and savoury characters from the oak maturation.

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Previous Vintages 2017
Region South Australia
Colour At release, the wine is deep red with purple hues.
Nose Vibrant aromas of red currant, plum and a touch of spice.
Palate A well balanced medium bodied wine with a lively palate of juicy red berry fruits, fine gentle tannins and a soft silky finish.
Oak Maturation The wine has had contact with premium American oak for a short time.
Cellaring Notes Crafted for immediate enjoyment but will cellar over a short term under ideal conditions.
Alc%: 13.5
Wine Type: Red
Wine Body: Medium
Blend or Single Variety: Single Variety
Pack Size: Single: 750ml bottle Case: 6 x 750ml bottle
  • 2019
  • San Francisco International Wine Competition
  • Double Gold
  • 2019
  • Millennial Award Show
  • Gold
  • 2020
  • China Wine & Spirits Awards Best Value
  • Gold
  • 2019
  • Wine Showcase Magazine New Release Tasting
  • Silver
  • 2019
  • International Wine & Spirit Competition
  • Silver
  • 2019
  • Great Australian Shiraz Challenge
  • Bronze
  • 2019
  • Royal Melbourne Wine Awards
  • Bronze
  • 2019
  • American Wine Society Commercial Wine Competition
  • Bronze
  • 2020
  • New World Wine Awards
  • Bronze
  • 2020
  • International Wine Challenge Tranche 2
  • Bronze
  • Vic Harradine, Wine Current

    Jan 2020
    89 Points
    This is medium bodied, nicely textured, well balanced with a lengthy finish. Aromas of red and black fruit—cherry and currant—interlace with wisps of earthy notes and a sprig of mixed herbs. A broad tapestry of delectable flavours flow over the palate—juicy black cherry and dark bramble berry mingling with mocha and dried herbs—and persist through the lengthy, dry finish. Delightful sipped on its own, it’s a great pairing with grilled beef, game or fowl from the barbeque.
  • Ned Goodwin MW, James Halliday Wine Companion

    Jan 2020
    88 Points
    A value proposition. The sort of thing drunk in economy class. At least one would be happy drinking this: violet, dark cherry and bitter chocolate. A gentle bow of tension. An easy enough flow across the mouth.