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    Boehm's Black Friday Shiraz Deal 

    ~ 5 bottles of Boehm's Black 2017 Shiraz ($60 RRP)
    ~ Plus a Free bonus bottle of Boehm's Black 2017 Shiraz ($60 RRP)

    Includes Free Shipping.

    Today only $295

    Offer ends midnight tonight (27th November 2020)

    It's that time of year when one of our most intense Shiraz wines is up for grabs in this Black Friday Deal

    This vintage is kicking some major goals with wine reviewers and our customers around the country.

    Huon Hooke has this wine rated at Number Five on his Barossa Valley Shiraz list (above some of Penfolds, Torbreck and other high profile iconic wines).

    James Halliday rated it Five Stars and it's been selling like hot cakes at our Cellar Door!

    Get your six pack now and put some down in your Wine rack so you've got some on hand for those Special occasions.

    This is from what we consider our most premium Shiraz blocks, grown next door to some of Penfold's Grange producing vineyards, ancient soil and terroir pedigree that is hard to match anywhere on the planet.

    Grab yours now, Boehm's Black Friday Shiraz deal ends midnight tonight.

    At our special Black Friday deal of 5 + 1 (Buy 5 get one bonus bottle at no cost).

    ~ 5 bottles of Boehm's Black 2017 Shiraz ($60 RRP)
    ~ Plus a Free bonus bottle of Boehm's Black 2017 Shiraz ($60 RRP)

    ​Your Black Friday Deal $295

    SAVE $65

    Combines the deft winemaking touch of uber-ripe fruit, with freshness of style and overt but not clumsy oak barrel maturation.  It’s rich and concentrated with the full-body of the Barossa at its best. Joyous sweet damson with clove and cinnamon spices on the aroma. It’s a slick style of wine: velvety smooth, full-bodied with graceful tannins and more of that spicy and liquorice dark enveloping fruit.  A serious drink.  Decant it if drinking now to open it up or leave it tucked safely in the cellar for ten years.


    • Vintage:  2017
      Grape Varieties: Shiraz 100%
      Harvest Date: 26th March 2016
      Bottling Date: July 10th 2019
      Technical Details: 14.5% Alc. 
      Food Pairing

      Perfect for high grade Wagyu steak or slow roast lamb.

      Serving Temperature:

      17 Degrees Celcius.


      Drink now to 2036 but be sure to decant it to open it up and let its quality shine.


      From one of the districts most sought after vineyards, the wines made from this Shiraz block historically have sold for upwards of $100/bottle. A true "Grange" sub region this vineyard is a showpiece of Atze's most stunning vineyard sites and deserves to be in a "Single Vineyard" bottle of wine. For a true experience of black fruit and intense concentration look no further, this is the wine that will impress, full stop!


      18 Months in 50% New American 24% New French oak and 25% second fill American Oak Hogsheads to give stunning oak


      Ebenezer - Iconic sub region at Northern tip of the Barossa Valley. Brown Clay loam over deep red clay.                                                     

      Single cordon spur (hand) pruned vines, 2.5 tonne/acre, shoot thinned for the vine to produce high grade fruit. 

      Formerly owned by Ken Boehm, Boehm’s Vineyard is one of the most Northern blocks in the Barossa where the soil is some of the most ancient planted to vine on the planet. It consistently reaches A-grade level and inky black colour is unmatched by any another Shiraz vineyard on the Atze’s Estate. In fact it gives the blackest variety of them all, Durif, a run for it’s money most years!



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    Chris I.
    Australia Australia
    Boehm’s Black Shiraz 2017

    First time I’ve tried the Boehm’s Shiraz. Really impressive wine Loved the depth, flavour, power and linger - are they correct wine terms?