Cooper Burns Shiraz 2010 (12 x 750mL), Barossa, SA.

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
$31.99 per Bottle
$383.88 per case
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Our Shiraz comes from gnarled vines at the Kalleske Kalimna Vineyard in the western Barossa Valley. These low cropping, very mature vines produce black fruit with intense flavours.

Hand picking with traditional hand pumpovers and open fermenters, were used to create this wine. Following gentle basket pressing, the wine was filled into new and seasoned French and American hogsheads and barriques

SA - Barossa
South Australia

Winery Tasting Notes


The colour is vibrant red with purple hues.


An intense and lifted nose, displaying blackberry, dark cherry, dark chocolate, mocha, spice & vanilla.


The palate is elegant, yet powerful, with rich ripe fruits of blackberry, plums, dark cherries and dark chocolate, all built around wonderfully integrated acidity and soft, supple, ripe tannins.


The wine is wonderfully balanced and has great length and persistence on the palate. Whilst excellent drinking now, can be confidently cellared for 10+ years.

SA - Barossa
Grape Style
Shiraz / Syrah
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

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Cooper Burns is a winemaking partnership of Mark Cooper & Russell Burns, dedicated to producing tiny amounts of handcrafted, small batch, artisan wines from the Barossa Valley. We aim to make wines with soul, individuality and personality that express the qualities of the vineyard, vintage and passion that went in to making the wines.Mark & Russell met during vintage 2003 in California, where, being like-minded individuals, they struck up an immediate friendship. As the days and weeks of a Californian summer and fall went by, it become apparent that Mark & Russell had similar dreams for making their own handcrafted wine. A night of margaritas and tequila in Paso Robles saw the basic framework for Cooper Burns take shape. Details of that night remain hazy, but essentially revolved around low yielding super premium fruit from the Barossa Valley, traditional winemaking methods with minimal intervention and attention to detail, and a belief in what they wanted to do and achieve with the wines. After reaching an accord with their partners, Rachel & Tracy, (lots of begging, pleading, promises and a tantrum or two was required to reach this accord, mind you), it came to pass that Cooper Burns was up and running for vintage 2004.

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