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Home Mixed Cases Regional Spotlight: Barossa
Regional Spotlight: Barossa

Regional Spotlight: Barossa

Love your big, bold Barossa reds? Here are a dozen of them!
3.8 bottle rating average
RRP $302.00
12 bottles - $191.88
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Regional Spotlight: Barossa 
RRP $302.00
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($15.99 ea) Save $110.12
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Beyond the Labels

The Barossa is world famous for its big, rich, concentrated reds – the Shiraz and Cabernet in particular. Its old vines are virtually national treasures, and the region is home to some of Australia’s most iconic estates and most famous wines. Taste the sumptuous wares of top producers like Peter Lehmann, Mountadam and more in this exceptional Barossa showcase.
Regional Spotlight: Barossa Case contents
Peter Lehmann 'Pastor's Son' Cabernet Sauvignon 2019
Full-throttle, luscious Cabernet from the legendary Peter Lehmann estate
3.8 / 5 stars - 73 Reviews
Normally $26.00 a bottle
Peter Lehmann 'Pastor's Son' Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine file
Red - Full bodied
14.5% ABV
8.58 Units
750.0 ML
31 December, 2025
Awards
Gold Medal, Mundus Vini International Wine Competition, 2021
Wine Summary
Peter Lehmann was known as the ‘Baron of the Barossa’, was a member of the Order of Australia, was called “a legend in his own lifetime” (Halliday) and “the most famous man in the Australian wine business” (Matthew Jukes). Barossa Cabernet is lavishly dark and mouthfilling ... as you’ll see when you taste this luscious example. Classic, inky black colour with generous lashings of rich dark blackcurrant, forest fruits, chocolate with eucalypt mint and spice undertones.
Mountadam Vineyards Eden Valley Shiraz 2018
Blue fruit dominant 92pt Shiraz from the premium, cool-climate Eden Valley
4.0 / 5 stars - 5 Reviews
Normally $28.00 a bottle
Mountadam Vineyards Eden Valley Shiraz
Wine file
Red - Full bodied
14.5% ABV
8.58 Units
750.0 ML
31 December, 2025
Awards
92 Points, James Halliday Wine Companion, 2021 93pts Points, The Real Review, 2021
Wine Summary
The fruit utilised in this wine is from an area of Mountadam Vineyards eastern vineyard planted in 2001. The vines are planted at 450 meters above sea level. A brilliant display of blue fruits, spice and cedar characters on the nose. The palate tells much the same story, with blueberry and dense blackberry flavours and an underlying licorice root character. It's an elegant Shiraz showcasing an underlying spiciness and supple long tannins.
Catch 22 Vineyards Barossa Valley Red Blend 2017
There's no catch 22 with this bottle, trust us!
Normally $26.00 a bottle
Catch 22 Vineyards Barossa Valley Red Blend
Wine file
Red - Full bodied
14.0% ABV
8.28 Units
750.0 ML
31 December, 2024
Wine Summary
So what's the Catch 22? You cant be a winemaker until you get experience, but you cant get experience until you make wine! Catch 22 is a winery owned and run by an established and highly acclaimed winemaker who teachs fledgling winemakers how to make quality wines at a reasonable price. This is a succlent Shiraz-dominant blend, which means it's full of luscious dark fruit,but you'll discover some spice, a hint of eucalypt and smooth tannins.
Cairncross Barossa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
Indulge in a big, rich, inky Barossa Valley Cabernet, full of majesty and power...
4.0 / 5 stars - 1 Review
Normally $24.00 a bottle
Cairncross Barossa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine file
Red - Medium Bodied
14.0% ABV
8.28 Units
750.0 ML
31 December, 2023
Awards
Gold Medal, China Wine & Spirits Best Value Awards, 2021
Wine Summary
The Barossa is world famous for its big, rich, concentrated reds. Its old vines are virtually national treasures, and the region is home to some of Australia’s most iconic estates and most famous wines. Like the Barossa, Cairncross is a byword for big, rich Australian reds, and this inky, layered, complex and majestic Cabernet delivers on the promise. It bursts with intense, inky black fruit, and savoury herbs, complemented by notes of sweet vanilla and delicious spice. The palate is rich, smooth and long. Invite your friends around for a lamb roast and enjoy!
Adaptaur Reserve Barossa Valley Shiraz 2017
BIG Barossa Shiraz ... an inky, rich Reserve version that will wow you with its intensity!
3.8 / 5 stars - 4 Reviews
Normally $25.00 a bottle
Adaptaur Reserve Barossa Valley Shiraz
Wine file
Red - Full bodied
14.0% ABV
8.28 Units
750.0 ML
31 December, 2024
Wine Summary
Small parcels of the best quality fruit from the Barossa were chosen for this Reserve Shiraz – and it shows! It’s big, rich and mouthcoating...a ‘black red’ with some serious heft. Take that as a warning! The wine is named after a type of cattle (Hereford/ Shorthorn cross) bred for the harsh conditions of Australia’s far north, and has been crafted with steak in mind.
Mountadam Five Fifty Barossa Shiraz 2018
Richly appointed 92pt High Eden Shiraz, crafted by the talented Phil Lehmann
3.5 / 5 stars - 4 Reviews
Normally $22.00 a bottle
Mountadam Five Fifty Barossa Shiraz
Wine file
Red - Medium to full bodied
14.5% ABV
8.58 Units
750.0 ML
31 December, 2025
Awards
92 Points, The Real Review, 2021
Wine Summary
Located in the High Eden sub-region of the Barossa, Mountadam was originally established in 1972 by the late David Wynn for his winemaking son Adam. Since 2005, it has returned to being a family owned and run winery, with David and Jenni Brown overseeing its success. With Phil Lehmann, the son of Peter Lehmann, as chief winemaker, they are going from strength-to-strength. High Eden’s chilly heights lead to harvests up to a month later than those in neighbouring Eden Valley. The result is gorgeous Shiraz like this, full of blue fruit and peppery acidity.