Campbells `Bobbie Burns` Shiraz 2012 (6 x 750mL), Rutherglen, VIC.

Liquor Act 2007: It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Liquor licence LIQP770010049

RRP $22

$19.90 per Bottle
$119.40 per pack
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"A Rutherglen icon – showing the true power of the Rutherglen shiraz fruit with the tannin structure for longevity. For more than forty years our Bobbie Burns Shiraz has enjoyed a reputation for being of consistently high quality. This 43rd vintage is a fine example of the style we seek for our Bobbie Burns Shiraz." Colin Campbell

VIC - Rutherglen

Expert Reviews

There's rich plum and blackberry fruit on the nose and palate of this Rutherglen stalwart with spice and toasty oak and fine, firm tannins on the finish. You could enjoy it now with roast beef but it should cellar for up to a decade more. Rating 93 - Mike Frost, The Courier Mail (APR/2014)

Good, honest Shiraz. Big flavour, gently sweet, wood spice, touch of graphite-like minerality and click of acidity through the finish to freshen the palate. Smooth, rich, good drinking - will easily cellar some time too. Rating 92 - Mike Bennie, WBM (JUN/2014)

A wonderfully hearty regional shiraz from Rutherglen with a friendly, easy feel. Plums, berries, licorice and vanilla ice-cream aromas lead into a medium-bodied palate, backed by soft, ripe tannins. FOOD IDEA: Traditional roast beef Rating 91 - Ralph Kyte-Powell, The Age, Epicure, April 2014

'I tasted this lovely shiraz, then looked up at the price and was pleasantly surprised to find it widely available for about $20. That's very good value for a full-bodied but elegant, rich but savoury Rutherglen shiraz with a proven track record in the cellar. I've had stunning bottles of 20-year-old Bobbie Burns. Stash a few bottles away for a rainy day.' Max Allen, The Australian (JUL/2014)

Winery Tasting Notes


Medium dark red with purple hues


Fresh and vibrant, bold dark plum fruit integrated with aromas of ground spice and earthy complexity in the background.


Primary fruit driven palate with rich dark plum and mulberry fruit balanced with fresh acidity. Regional earthiness and spice add finesse with fine grained fruit and oak tannin providing elegance and length.


Whilst the 2012 Bobbie Burns Shiraz is drinking beautifully on release, our long history with this wine suggests it will continue to develop in the bottle for a further 10-12 years.

Food Matching

Enjoy now with a Moroccan spice rubbed fillet of beef or over time with a slow cooked beef rib eye.

VIC - Rutherglen
Grape Style
Shiraz / Syrah
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

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Campbells winery and vineyards are situated in the historic Rutherglen Wine Region of North East Victoria.

Brothers Malcolm and Colin are the fourth generation to carry on the Campbell tradition started by their great grandfather John Campbell in Rutherglen in 1870. Together with their wives Jenny and Prue, they have forged a strong reputation for Campbells as a benchmark Rutherglen wine producer.

The brothers are an ideal team with Malcolm as viticulturist and Colin as winemaker. They have 160 acres of vineyard all within the historic Rutherglen Wine Region and are a true estate grown and bottled operation.

This means we have the ability to nurture our wines from vine to bottle. As Colin says, “Our wines are like our children, we bring them into this world and take great pride and joy in holding their hands and watching them grow”.

Malcolm's approach in the vineyard is quite simple, “Quality even at the expense of quantity is our aim. We assist nature, we don't seek to dominate her.”

Colin believes his role as winemaker is to maximize and protect the natural fruit flavours. His skill is in making wines with structure and balance that can confidently be aged; a hallmark of Campbells Wines.

Today the fifth generation of Campbells is adding their enthusiasm and skills. How excited would their great great grandfather John Campbell be to see this dedication to the Campbell name!

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