Rosemount Estate's vision began in the Hunter Valley region of Australia. Though much has changed at the estate over the years, the original commitment to quality has remained pivotal to the success of the now world-famous winery that is Rosemount Estate.
For the price ($8 bucks!) this wine was seriously outstanding. We bought a $35 bottle of Shiraz at the same time as this bottle, and I was ecstatic to learn that this was the $7.99 one- I didn't like the $35 bottle at all. I will definitely continue to rely on this wine as a delicious, reasonably priced Shiraz.
Very nice, especially after it had been open for awhile.
For the price, a great table wine
A full bodied, juicy sweet palate with cherry, chocolate and plum flavours with a smooth finish. -The Winery
This is a great staple in my house. Great wine, nice finish, not too overpowering. For the price can't go wrong.
This is my favorite wine, my wife always think the price sets the taste. I brought home a bottle of ROSEMOUNT SHIRAZ and we fell in love with this wine. Extremely good for an incredible price!
External Reviews for Rosemount Estate Diamond Shiraz Southeast Australia
Richly textured and well defined ripe black berry fruit flavours, soft and generous tannins on the mid-palate and a long, rich finish.
A full bodied, juicy sweet palate with cherry, chocolate and plum flavours with a smooth finish.
The Diamond Label Shiraz has a full-bodied, juicy-sweet palate with cherry, chocolate, cherry pip and plum flavors. The finish is supported by well-balanced, long, silky smooth tannins. It is this fantastic balance that allows for great drinkability. - Winery
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