Peel Estate Shiraz 2009 (12 x 750mL), WA.

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$275.88 per case
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The Peel hallmark red wine. This is clearly a wine of the future. The magnificent fruit behind the oak ensures that while drinking well now, it will continue to develop for many years.

WA - Other Western Australian
Western Australia

Expert Reviews

The vines in question were 36yo when this seriously good, and still exceptionally fresh, wine was made; medium-bodied, with a fragrant bouquet and silky red fruit palate, it also has good tannins; the oak has long since been absorbed by the fruit. James Halliday, Rating 94, 27th July 2015

Winery Tasting Notes


Rich blood red.


The fruit aromas are in the ripe berries spectrum and there is some restrained toasted coconut from the American oak.


The fruit is very obvious on the palate. It is a medium weight and well structured with a full fruity middle and noticeable tannins at the front and the back. There is nice vanilla and fresh ‘sawn’ flavours from the French barrels.

WA - Other Western Australian
Grape Style
Shiraz / Syrah
Closure Type
Cork closure

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The Peel Wine Region stretches between the coastal areas of Rockingham and 50km south of Mandurah, to inland to the Darling Scarp and shire of Waroona. Part of the Peel Wine Region was originally known as South West Coastal (although never formally recognised) and ran along the coast in the South West from north to Paul Conti Wines (now part of Swan Districts region) and South to Capel Vale (now part of Geographe). The spread of the region from coastal to inland means that the temperature range and soil type is quite different between each area. Wandering on average is the coldest place in the southern wine regions of Western Australia. Although on summer days the temperature often exceeds that of the Peel coastal area and Dwellingup area, the night and winter temperatures are considerably lower. Wandering also has the least amount of rainfall on average compared to the rest of the region with an annual average of 614.5ml* and Dwellingup has the highest average annual rainfall at 1249.1ml*. Soils range from limestone sands to granite clays.

In 1973 the first Shiraz vines were planted, followed by Chenin Blanc and Zinfandel in 1976, and Cabernet Sauvignon in 1979. Other varieties such as Chardonnay, Verdelho, Cabernet Franc and Merlot were planted in 1980.

Additional Shiraz were planted in 1994 and in 2002 we added an extra hectare of Zinfandel, making the total area of land under vine 16 hectares.

The Peel region, with it's closeness to the ocean, limestone soils and Mediterranean climate, is an ideal location for bringing out fruit intensity and adds great regional characteristics to the wine.

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