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Produced by Barossa Valley winery Kellermeister Wines, a bottle of Wild Witch Shiraz 2015 is crowned the best in the world - and it comes from South Australia

Revealed: The $ 69.99 Australian Shiraz has been named the best in the world – thanks to its & # 39; phenomenal & # 39; peppery taste

  • An Australian Shiraz has won the first place at the London Wine Competition
  • The bottle is the best in the world and comes from South Australia
  • Leading wine connoisseurs and sommeliers scored the red wine 98 points
  • The flavors of the Shiraz pair perfectly with peppered fillet or a delicious roast
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An Australian Shiraz was crowned the best wine in the world during a prestigious international show and beats top quality drops from Italy, France, Spain and the UK.

The Wild Witch Shiraz 2015 bottle, produced by Barossa Valley winery Kellermeister Wines, won the first place at the London Wine Competition for 2019.

The red wine, available at Dan Murphy's & # 39; s for $ 69.99, achieved the & # 39; Wine of the Year & # 39; after a panel of leading wine connoisseurs and sommeliers scored no less than 98 points.

Produced by Barossa Valley winery Kellermeister Wines, a bottle of Wild Witch Shiraz 2015 is crowned the best in the world - and it comes from South Australia

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Produced by Barossa Valley winery Kellermeister Wines, a bottle of Wild Witch Shiraz 2015 is crowned the best in the world – and it comes from South Australia

Kellermeister Wines (photo) is a small family business in 1976 in Barossa Valley - a renowned wine-producing area northeast of Adelaide, South Australia -

Kellermeister Wines (photo) is a small family business in 1976 in Barossa Valley - a renowned wine-producing area northeast of Adelaide, South Australia -

Kellermeister Wines (photo) is a small family business in 1976 in Barossa Valley – a renowned wine-producing area northeast of Adelaide, South Australia –

Other Australian gold winners at London Wines Competition 2019

Mino & Co Wines: A Growers Touch 2013 Botrytis Semillon – $ 30 (94 points)

d & # 39; Arenberg: The Laughing Magpie 2014 – $ 29.99 (93 points)

d & # 39; Arenberg: The Galvo Garage 2014 – $ 29 (90 points)

Australian wine lovers have described the drop as & # 39; rich and lush & # 39 ;, with & # 39; exquisite flavors & # 39 ;, & # 39; smooth flavor explosion & # 39; and a & # 39; excellent finish & # 39 ;.

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& # 39; I shared this bottle with some hard red drinkers at dinner and they were absolutely astonished at the quality and finish of this wine, & # 39; a customer said.

Another said: & # 39; There is dark fruit, raspberry, blackberry, plum, black pepper and herbs with a soft touch of oak. Taste: decanted: the wine really impresses the palate. It shows a good balance between fruit, tannin and oak. & # 39;

And one said: & # 39; This is a fantastic shiraz – incredibly nice mouthfeel with an extraordinary balance of fruit and spices. & # 39;

The flavors of the wine have a & # 39; concentrated spicy, peppery aroma & # 39; and are described as & # 39; opulent & # 39;

The flavors of the wine have a & # 39; concentrated spicy, peppery aroma & # 39; and are described as & # 39; opulent & # 39;

The flavors of the wine have a & # 39; concentrated spicy, peppery aroma & # 39; and are described as & # 39; opulent & # 39;

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The dry-grown Shiraz has been tamed for over two years in a combination of French and American oak and has a & # 39; concentrated spicy, peppery aroma & # 39 ;.

& # 39; This is phenomenal, so accurate and concentrated with so many details and power & # 39 ;, is the description.

& # 39; Named after the Wild Witch vineyard in the hills above Lyndoch, this Shiraz is not for the faint of heart.

& # 39; Traditional winemaking techniques ensure that this wine is produced with optimum quality. Enjoy now or bottle age up to eight years. & # 39;

The South Australian winery is a small family business based in Barossa Valley – a renowned wine-producing region northeast of Adelaide – in 1976.

The red is named after the & # 39; Wild Witch & # 39; vineyard in the hills above Lyndoch
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The red is named after the & # 39; Wild Witch & # 39; vineyard in the hills above Lyndoch

The red is named after the & # 39; Wild Witch & # 39; vineyard in the hills above Lyndoch

Earlier this year, Kellermeister & # 39; s Wild Witch Shiraz was voted the best in the world by a jury of 11 Masters of Wine, a Master Sommelier, leading retail buyers and senior sommeliers from London's sophisticated food world.

Winemaker and owner Mark Pearce said in May that he & # 39; in the clouds & # 39; was after his red bottle had earned his place on the world map.

& # 39; Such a strong show on the international stage is great for our state, our beautiful Barossa region and for Kellermeister. We are very happy, & # 39; said Mr. Pearce Barossa Herald.

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& # 39; For Wild Witch Shiraz to be wine of the year to be judged at such a prestigious international event is a huge achievement for Kellermeister. & # 39;

This is not the first time the wine has received a prize. Last year the drop brought home two gold medals at the prestigious Syrah du Monde wine competition in France, where it was named the best Shiraz producer in Australia.

The flavors of the Shiraz pair perfectly with peppered fillet or a delicious roast.

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