Philip Shaw No. 89 Shiraz Viognier 2006 (6x750mL) Orange NSW Australia

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“Numbered for the year in which was planted. Shiraz is my most challenging, yet rewarding variety. The vines grow like crazy – producing tiny, flavour packed berries. I’m constantly trying to tame this wild child, yet am amazed by its power.

NSW - Orange
New South Wales

Expert Reviews

93 Points / 5 Stars

This one is of the salad-garden, lightly herby style - as distinct from the pungent Kiwi style – of sav blanc. It's ripe but restrained. with good concentration (rare in this varietal) plus excellent tanginess, finishing crisp and dry. Huon Hooke Gourmet Traveller WINE Jul-09

"This is a shiraz viognier for the discerning drinker. Its a top-notch cool climate shiraz. The viognier is almost impossible to detect in the apricot, honey sense; instead it’s used to heighten the spice. The result is a great food wine, especially with a well-hung steak." Sydney Morning Herald, Greg Duncan Powell (Australia), 13 Sep 08

91 Points "Abundant dept and concentration of flavour; blackberry, spice and just a hint of viognier lift to the aroma and flavour." James Halliday Wine Companion 2009, James Halliday (Australia), July 08

Winery Tasting Notes


Deep bloody velvet.


Lively white pepper and warmed aniseed. Layered aromas that keep revealing more.


Clean blood plums driven by a richness of silky ripe tannins. All in harmony with lovely lingering length.

NSW - Orange
Grape Style
Shiraz Blends
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The purchase of the Koomooloo property in 1989 marked the start of an adventure and a dream realised for Philip Shaw. Much study and planning had gone into finding this site, one that was ideal for making an elegant, bright, intense wines, with its high altitude, cool climate and aspects to the North, South and East. At nearly 900m altitude, Koomooloo is one of the higher planted vineyards in Australia. The vineyard’s soil is an interesting mix of topsoil wind blown from central Australia, reputed to be some of the oldest on the planet, and volcanic red sub soil set over deep limestone. Now 20 years on, Koomooloo has 47 hectares of vines planted, all vertically trained on a single cordon. The vines are hand-pruned, shoot thinned, bunch thinned prior to veriasion to achieve the desired low crops. Fruit is hand picked at relatively low sugar levels but exhibiting bright intense fruit characters with a clearly defined varietal character. Whole bunches travel down a sorting table with 4 people on either side removing green or damaged berries, only clean fruit remains. “A great wine is a marriage between the vineyard and the winemaker. Our wines have strong, bright elegant varietal fruit character aiming for subtle rather than ripe fruit character that ages extremely well.” Philip Shaw.

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