- 6 x Randomly selected wines from entrants in the 2021 Saint Martin Oak Great Australian Shiraz Challenge.
The RRP of the wines from which selections were made cover from $14.00 to $36.00 per bottle with an average recommended retail price (RRP) of $26.15 per bottle.
- 2 x Tahbilk 2012 Tahbilk 'Cellar Release' Shiraz
- 2 x Tahbilk 2018 Tahbilk Shiraz
- 2 x Tahbilk 2020 'Organic' Shiraz
Celebrating its 27th Anniversary last year, the Saint Martin Great Australian Shiraz Challenge has become Australia’s most pre-eminent and valuable single class wine competition.
With Tahbilk actively involved in the Challenges’ staging from its inception, we are able to give Wine Club Members the unique opportunity to enjoy random selections from those wines entered in the previous year’s event, alongside Shiraz from our own Estate.
The 2021 Challenge attracted 365 entries from more than 50 regions, providing the judging panel with a diverse spread of premium Shiraz to assess. The ultimate winner, taking out the 2021 Saint Martin Oak Great Australian Shiraz Challenge ‘Best Of Show’ Trophy, as well as ‘Best South Australian Shiraz, was Kirrihill Wines 2019 Kirrihill Partner Series Clare Valley Shiraz. Overall 8 trophies were awarded along with 15 Gold, 51 Silver and 186 Bronze medals, highlighting the quality of entries in the 2021 competition.
Tahbilk Wine Club Members can embrace all that is the best of Australian Shiraz alongside our own finest with this exclusive ‘Shiraz Challenge’ Dozen.
“The Challenge is a unique opportunity for Australia’s premier red winemakers to showcase their Shiraz, benchmark winemaking and regional points of differences and assist with reinforcing the reputation of the variety as a national and international wine icon. The 2021 Challenge continues the spectacular evolution of the event; wines entered are classes and tasted based on climate and regional points of difference ensuring all entries are judged fairly and objectively”
Alister Purbrick | Chairman, Great Australian Shiraz Challenge
Please Note: Some Challenge wines may have plain labels and some may also have judging numbers written on the bottles.
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