A-Team Mixed Dozen. GSM, Cab Sav and Shiraz.


  • Get all 3 A-Label Estate wines in one case!

Want a complete set of these crowd pleasing wines?

3 Cracking wines loaded with the full bodied flavour you want from Barossa reds!

You get....

  • 4 bottles of GSM
  • 4 bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon
  • 4 bottles of Shiraz

in this tremendous mixed A-Label estate grown mixed dozen from Atze's Corner. 

Guaranteed to impress or your money back!

A-Label Shiraz

This is a fruit-driven Barossa Valley Shiraz 2016 with all the ripe black fruit flavours we’ve come to expect from the Barossa Valley favourite.As with all Atze’s wines, this Barossa Shiraz Estate has been made using the traditional artisan approach - destemmed without crushing, delicately moved to the fermenter to keep the grapes intact, hand pumped over and basket pressed to create a pure and expressive Barossa Shiraz Estate wine.

 

The peppery spice, the vanilla of oak, the dark fruits and liquorice of the aroma flow through to the palate and wrap the rich tannins in a layer of flavour. You’re left with a lingering finish of cacao and the hope that there’s another glass available.

This Barossa Valley Shiraz is not to be missed!             

A-Label Cabernet Sauvignon             

A classic smooth Cabernet Sauvignon from a quintessential Barossa Valley Cabernet vintage. It is approachable on opening, and its compelling aromas of juniper, black pepper and mint along with flavours of dark chocolate, plum and blackcurrant will have you coming back for more.

It’s a delicious, softer, riper style of Cabernet Sauvignon Wine, which makes it a perfect fit for those who also love a rounder fuller style.

Located in the iconic sub region of Ebenezer this is from one of the Barossa Valley’s most prized grape growing patches of dirt. The ancient soils in this area restrict the vines growth and give us a wine high in intensity and concentration.

This Barossa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is a wine to be experienced.

A-Label GSM

Shiraz often steals the local limelight, but the insightful vignerons of the Barossa Valley know that the careful blending of this with Mourvedre and Grenache, results in something better than the sum of their parts.

This GSM wine (Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre) is vibrantly purple, betraying the presence of that deeply-coloured, muscular Mourvedre building on the colour of the Grenache and Shiraz. On the bouquet of this Australian Grenache red wine, you can enjoy the sweet compote notes of blackcurrants and raspberries. It’s a complex, fascinating bouquet, which keeps you going back for more. GSM’s palate is precise and bright, with layered, elegant tannins supporting plush ripe dark berries and sweet red cherries. The fresh acidity which is retained in the wine adds an extra element of freshness and vibrancy lingering on the palate.

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  • Vintage:  2016
    Grape Varieties: Please see individual A-Label varieties in A-Label Range for more information.
    Harvest Date:
    Bottling Date:
    Technical Details:
    Food Pairing

    Best served with grilled red meat, creamy and cheesy tomato based dishes.

    Serving Temperature:

    16 Degrees Celcius.

    Cellaring:

    Up to 10 years will see the wine develop from its dark fruit-packed youth to a softer more complex and nuanced maturity.

    Background/Story:

    These are fruit driven wines loaded with black fruit flavours, all guaranteed to please.

    Vinification/Maturation

    Cold soaked on skins to extract colour and extended skin contact after fermentation for a total of 16 days adds structure and weight to the palate. Gently pressed and allowed to undergo secondary fermentation in Oak barrels.
    12 months in American and French oak barrels.

    Vineyard:

    Located in the iconic sub region of Koonunga and Ebenezer this is from one of the Barossa Valley’s most prized grape growing regions. The ancient soils in this area restrict the vines growth and give us a wine high in intensity and concentration.

    Vintage:

    2016 will go down as one of the greatest Barossa
    Vintages in recent history. A dry warm summer has helped the wines show powerful fruit weight and balance.



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