Mojo Shiraz ~ Limestone Coast, Australia ~ 6 Pack Value
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Mojo Shiraz ~ Limestone Coast, Australia ~ 6 Pack Value
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Mojo Shiraz 2021 ~ Limestone Coast, Australia ~ 6 Pack Value

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From the distinguished Limestone Coast region in Australia, savor a value-packed six-pack of finely crafted Shiraz. Enjoy its unique terroir, bold flavors, smooth tannins, and a hint of spice, all at an enticing price of $28 per bottle.

6 x Mojo Shiraz 2021 ~ Limestone Coast, Australia

Bronze - Aaron Brasher, The Real Review
92/100 Angus Hughson, Wine Pilot (2018 vintage)
92/100 Steven Creber, Hallliday Wine Companion (2018 vintage)

Gold - New World Wine Awards 2021

Aaron Brasher, The Real Review "Dark red and youthful in the glass. Aromas of charry oak, plum, mulberry and dried herbs. The palate is soft and juicy, all dark fruits, chocolate and cedary oak. Generously flavoured and good value"

Angus Hughson, Wine Pilot "There are times that call for a big mouthful of red wine, and in this part of the world that often means Barossa Valley Shiraz. Here we have a crowdpleaser that is deeply coloured, bold, juicy and delivers lashings of tarry, blackberry fruits with some spicy oak. It is then quite dry on the palate with layers of sweet fruit that fill the plump palate which has a lingering finish. There is also a nice touch of Barossan baked earth fruit complexity that makes it almost impossible to stop after a single glass." (2018 vintage)

Steven Creber, Halliday Wine Companion "Both hand and machine-picked fruit, some whole berries included and cold soaked prior to ferment. Aged in new and older French and American hogsheads for 10 months. Barossa shiraz with plenty of oomph, but in a contemporary approachable style. Aromas of ripe blackberry and plum with tar/graphite notes, and a generous, juicy palate with grippy but balanced tannin" (2018 vintage)

Winemaker "The label gives it away; this shiraz is bright and punchy . On the nose, blackraspberry fruits with hints of smoky tobacco. The palate follows with densely
packed, plush red fruits with lashings of all spice and white pepper. Tannins
are soft and sleek. Lively, raspberry, spicy."

Mojo work with growers across South Australia to create a range of wines that capture the unique characteristics of each region and varietal. Free from the constraint of owning their own vineyards they believe they are able to make wines that each have their own unique story. Each harvest Mojo use the best grapes of the season in each region.

The Limestone Coast is a renowned wine region located in the southeastern part of South Australia, Australia. It is named after the unique limestone soils that characterize the area and contribute to the distinctive terroir of the region. The Limestone Coast is known for producing high-quality wines, particularly reds and whites, and it's divided into several subregions, each with its own microclimate and specialties.

Shiraz is the name given to the dark-skinned Syrah grape when grown in Australia and selected pockets of the New World. Though genetically identical, the stylistic differences between Shiraz and Syrah are usually pronounced.

Shiraz is so important to Australian viticulture that it is the most planted grape variety in the majority of Australian vineyards and has become virtually synonymous with the country's wine regions, and in particular the Barossa Valley.

From the distinguished Limestone Coast region in Australia, savor a value-packed six-pack of finely crafted Shiraz. Enjoy its unique terroir, bold flavors, smooth tannins, and a hint of spice, all at an enticing price of $28 per bottle.

6 x Mojo Shiraz 2021 ~ Limestone Coast, Australia

Bronze - Aaron Brasher, The Real Review
92/100 Angus Hughson, Wine Pilot (2018 vintage)
92/100 Steven Creber, Hallliday Wine Companion (2018 vintage)

Gold - New World Wine Awards 2021

Aaron Brasher, The Real Review "Dark red and youthful in the glass. Aromas of charry oak, plum, mulberry and dried herbs. The palate is soft and juicy, all dark fruits, chocolate and cedary oak. Generously flavoured and good value"

Angus Hughson, Wine Pilot "There are times that call for a big mouthful of red wine, and in this part of the world that often means Barossa Valley Shiraz. Here we have a crowdpleaser that is deeply coloured, bold, juicy and delivers lashings of tarry, blackberry fruits with some spicy oak. It is then quite dry on the palate with layers of sweet fruit that fill the plump palate which has a lingering finish. There is also a nice touch of Barossan baked earth fruit complexity that makes it almost impossible to stop after a single glass." (2018 vintage)

Steven Creber, Halliday Wine Companion "Both hand and machine-picked fruit, some whole berries included and cold soaked prior to ferment. Aged in new and older French and American hogsheads for 10 months. Barossa shiraz with plenty of oomph, but in a contemporary approachable style. Aromas of ripe blackberry and plum with tar/graphite notes, and a generous, juicy palate with grippy but balanced tannin" (2018 vintage)

Winemaker "The label gives it away; this shiraz is bright and punchy . On the nose, blackraspberry fruits with hints of smoky tobacco. The palate follows with densely
packed, plush red fruits with lashings of all spice and white pepper. Tannins
are soft and sleek. Lively, raspberry, spicy."

Mojo work with growers across South Australia to create a range of wines that capture the unique characteristics of each region and varietal. Free from the constraint of owning their own vineyards they believe they are able to make wines that each have their own unique story. Each harvest Mojo use the best grapes of the season in each region.

The Limestone Coast is a renowned wine region located in the southeastern part of South Australia, Australia. It is named after the unique limestone soils that characterize the area and contribute to the distinctive terroir of the region. The Limestone Coast is known for producing high-quality wines, particularly reds and whites, and it's divided into several subregions, each with its own microclimate and specialties.

Shiraz is the name given to the dark-skinned Syrah grape when grown in Australia and selected pockets of the New World. Though genetically identical, the stylistic differences between Shiraz and Syrah are usually pronounced.

Shiraz is so important to Australian viticulture that it is the most planted grape variety in the majority of Australian vineyards and has become virtually synonymous with the country's wine regions, and in particular the Barossa Valley.