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A soft medium bodied wine exhibiting rich plum and strawberry fruit flavours balanced against a subtle oak background.Read more...
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Extreme value @ Winco for $5.28 per bottle. Dark spicy aroma with a taste of cherry, sweet raspberry, dark chocolate and spicy oak. Very well balan... Read more
Yeah it's OK for the price but good luck trying to get it open. Tried using my swiss army knife, diagonal cutters and needle nose pliers but ended ... Read more
Yes, it's plonk. And yes, I shouldn't like it nearly as much as I do. It represents the best in low-end Aussie shiraz: fruit, fruit, fruit and mo... Read more
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Extreme value @ Winco for $5.28 per bottle. Dark spicy aroma with a taste of cherry, sweet raspberry, dark chocolate and spicy oak. Very well balanced mingled with a toasty oak and chocolate finish. It's not world class but the flavors and satisfaction from this inexpensive shiraz rates high on my wine palate.
Yeah it's OK for the price but good luck trying to get it open. Tried using my swiss army knife, diagonal cutters and needle nose pliers but ended up giving it to my wife to open. Felt humiliated. Wouldn't buy it again.
Yes, it's plonk. And yes, I shouldn't like it nearly as much as I do. It represents the best in low-end Aussie shiraz: fruit, fruit, fruit and more fruit. And what fruit it is! Exuberant berries, fleshy plum, and a bit of oak (doubtless chips, or possibly even extract) to give it structure. Easy-drinking and pleasant. Hard to argue with at the price...no one would ever mistake this for a great wine, but sometimes even wine writers (!) don't want to drink great wine. This is an obliging, friendly wine.
Fruity, full and inexpensive. Great for every night with dinner. Be sure to let it breathe some.
A little chewy and medicinal. Definitely well-balanced but not quite complex enough to keep my attention.
not bad, went well with my pasta (spicy spolumbo sausage sauce)
dark cherry, musty oak smell, old cherry taste
External Reviews for Banrock Station Shiraz
Vibrant purple with deep red hues, this wine epitomises the depth of colour and flavour Australian Shiraz’s are renowned for. Aromas of black currant, cherry and spicy oak precede a soft and supple pa
In-your-face red fruit flavors dominate this big, unapologetically modern wine. This Shiraz is meant for fun, not contemplation. Enjoy!
Has some intensity and chewy texture to the tar and blackberry flavors, lingering gently. Drink now.
Polished, soft and appealing for its berry and earthy spice flavors. Drink now.
Though the alcohol pokes out a bit in this wine, itrsquo;s still a good, value-packed sipper. On the palate, itrsquo;s all about chewy plum and blackberry fruit. The nose offers black pepper, chocolate and coconut aromas.
An interesting spiciness adds interest, keeping this round, accessible wine from being just another bottle. The dark fruit shows tobacco, cumin, anise and red pepper notes. Itrsquo;s soft, not fat, on the palate, and goes down easy with a tangy pepper-licorice close.
Banrock Station Shiraz 2009 wine has vibrant purple with deep red hues, this wine epitomizes the depth of color and flavor Australian Shiraz are renowned for. Aromas of black currant, cherry and spicy oak precede a soft and supple palate. Fresh fruit characters of cherry and red berry fruits are balanced by licorice and tantalizing chocolate flavors. Hints of cinnamon, vanilla and oak add complexity to this exceptional wine.
A soft medium bodied wine exhibiting rich plum and strawberry fruit flavours balanced against a subtle oak background.
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