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Wolf Blass Wines, established in the Barossa Valley in 1966, has grown from a humble tin shed to become one of the world's most successful and awarded wineries. Wolf Blass Wines has won Australia's most coveted trophy, the Jimmy Watson, an unprecedented four times. There is a tradition of quality, character and consistency in the Wolf Blass wine production process. Since 1975 Wolf Blass has blended a Shiraz from some of the most outstanding fruit of the vintage to produce a wine that is rich and full with long-term potential, but also wonderfully drinkable on release. The Grey Label Shiraz has a nose of rich, ripe berries with hints of pepper, spice and dark chocolate. The palate is rich and soft with full fruit weight, integrated oak, soft tannins and a long seamless finish. Suitable with red meats and steaks.
<p>Grey Label was the first wine that Wolf Bass produced, and its Shiraz dates back to 1975. In 2002, Wolf Blass began to source its grapes from MacLaren Vale after previously coming from a handful of locations. Wolf Bass stands strongly behind its use of screw caps over corks.</p>
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