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Smalltown Vineyards "Knock Knock" Shiraz 2020, Barossa Valley

Smalltown Vineyards "Knock Knock" Shiraz 2020, Barossa Valley

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£18.00  Single Bottle
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We love a bit of superstition and to 'knock knock' on wood is a well known method of keeping your luck from going bad, to ward off unlucky consequences, to protect against evil, or to attract good luck. There's no evil in this classic wooded style Barossa Shiraz, just an attractive, pure Aussie wine.

This is a blockbuster Barossa Shiraz with great depth and character. It has a typical deep colour with dense sweet black berry fruits on the nose. The palette has a lovely savoury almost meaty character with hints of black pepper, meat and oak. It is bright, juicy and fresh, which is really typical of the vintage.

The long aging in oak means it's really well integrated and allows the fruit to shine. Long and rich with good acidity, and toasty oak on the finish. Drinking well now, beneath the ripe fruit is good structure and should you wish this will age really well for a decade. 

Food matching is easy, just buy some quality red meat, don't mess with it and enjoy a perfect marriage.

Quick Information

Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 14%
Current Stock:
BIN: BTL-0281
Style: Red
UPC: 9333362000397

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A red grape variety that is widely planted around the world, particularly in southern France, South Africa and Australia. Typically wines are full-bodied and deeply coloured.

Generally called Syrah in the old world, or Shiraz in the new. It produces wines which are typically high in tannins and acidity, and can exhibit a range of flavors and aromas, including blackberry, black pepper, smoke, and leather.


Rolf Binder, Smalltown Vineyards

Over the past 20 years Rolf and has established strong relationships with the best Barossa growers. Smalltown Vineyards express many of the Barossa’s prized districts form Gomersal, Kalimna as well as the Eden Valley. Using minimal intervention and natural fermentation to best capture the Barossa’s magical flavours.



In 1873 French judges, tasting blind, praised wines from Australia, but withdrew when the provenance was revealed, saying that wines of that quality must clearly be French. Vines have been grown successfully in Australia since the 1820s as European settlers realised that the Mediterranean climate was ideal for viticulture.