2021 The Pine Drive Shiraz
– Six Pack


Very fine and ripe tannins provide the framework for intense blackberry, floral damson, baking spices and salty redcurrants.

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What's the Story Behind the Name?

What do you call your first wine crafted from your very own vineyard? That was the question we pondered in late 2020 when we were about to bottle our first wine.

After a lot of ideas, we simply decided to call it The Pine Drive in honour of the vineyards from which it originated.

Vineyard Information

300m above sea level with sand over yellow clay. Low yielding single vineyard. Grapes hand picked.

Sustainable farming practices include:

  • Compost
  • Cover Crop
  • Solar
  • Integrated Pest Management
Current Vintage Awards & Reviews

WinePilot – 93 Points
Dark magenta, we have excellent concentration on the nose here. Intense notes of chocolate, black olives, spices, mushrooms and black fruits. Youthful at this stage, this is from a fine vintage and should provide many years of pleasure, at least six to eight, during which time you can expect to see the ratings improve even further thanks to good focus, a long finish, supple texture and fine tannins. A very fine Barossa Shiraz.” 93 Points – Ken Gargett, WinePilot

2019 Vintage Awards & Reviews

Halliday Wine Companion – 94 Points
“Single-vineyard shiraz from Moppa in the northern Barossa at 300m elevation. Bright red purple in the glass with wonderfully perfumed ripe fruits along the lines of satsuma plum, blackberry and black cherry. Hints of violets, licorice, earth, dried cranberry, baking spice and dark chocolate combine with fine, sandy tannins and a swift, minerally acid cadence providing the pulse. A lovely, savoury contemporary Barossa shiraz.” 94 Points – Dave Brookes, Halliday Wine Companion

Decanter Awards 2021 – Silver

WinePilot – 94 Points
“This was both a new winery and new wine to me – sometimes that can be an exciting thing; other times, less so. But it is always fun to find out. My usual method in these cases is to taste the wine before researching the information. Prevents preconceptions either way. A good way to go, as the wine certainly stood up as something a bit exciting. 

Given the pedigree, so it should. This is a Shiraz vineyard sitting right in what might be termed the dress circle for Barossa Shiraz. Lineage does not get much better. The vineyard has 9.5 hectares planted, in the Kalimna Sands sub-region. The surrounding vineyards include the legendary Block 42 which has made some of the most highly regarded Australian wines ever released, under the Penfolds banner. Other local vineyards contribute to Grange, 707, St Henri and RWT. So where has this vineyard been and why have we not been enjoying its wines for years? The grapes have previously gone to Peter Lehmann for some of their top wines – there are many worse fates for a Shiraz grape. From this year, the grapes will now go to Accolade. Meanwhile, they have released this wine from the 2019 vintage. I assume (hope?) that we will see this wine released every year, even if the majority of grapes are sold to others. 

A vibrant dark purple. The nose is chocolate, plums, blackberries, cassis, leather, coffee beans and black cherries. There is already early complexity here. Serious stuff for sure, but it is very enjoyable. Good length, fine tannins, neatly balanced and with good focus, there is a lot to like here. Drink now and for the next ten years. 94 Points – Ken Gargett, WinePilot

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