A soft and fleshy shiraz boasting a lively palate of juicy red berry fruits, plum and spice, along with subtle chocolate and savoury characters from the oak maturation.Download Full Winemaker Note
Deep red with purple hues.
Vibrant spicy aromas of red currant, plum and a touch of spice.
A well balanced medium bodied wine with a lively palate of juicy red berry fruits, fine gentle tannins and a soft silky finish.
This is an immediately approachable wine that exhibits all the hallmarks of classic Australian Shiraz with a core of rich varietal fruit and a vibrant spicy character that just begs to be drunk!
Has been crafted to be enjoyed immediately but will cellar up to and possibly beyond 2013.
Food type: Duck/Game, Italian, Pasta
Enjoy this simple, quick and very flavoursome dish of Kangaroo meatballs in a rich tomato basil ...
|Promised Land||Shiraz||2008||San Francisco International Wine Competition||2010||Bronze|
|Promised Land||Shiraz||2008||Shanghai International Wine Challenge||2010||Silver|
|Promised Land||Shiraz||2008||Sydney Royal Wine Show||2010||9||Bronze|
|Promised Land||Shiraz||2008||Syrah Du Monde||2010||Silver|
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n/a, Manly Daily, Parramatta Advertiser, February 2010
A Promise of Quality
Promised Land is designed for immediate drinking and a decent bang for your buck. For around $14 (and often cheaper), they're reliably good value. I could just as easily have written about the cabernet as the shiraz -they're both good. This has plums and red berries, and some savoury spice. Nothing overly complex, but certainly a notch up on what the price would suggest.
Ray Jordan, West Australian, May 2010
Loopy, quirky but all good
Deep dark colour. Bouquet of cedar and sweet vanillin oak plus some fragrant plum and dark berry fruits. Palate is warm and soft with rich earthy shiraz supported with supple tannins. Drinking now.
n/a, Winestate, October 2010
World's greatest shiraz challenge
Smells of dark chocolate and pencil shavings! Patate rich with sweet, dark fruit.