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Wine Spectator's Top 100 of 2010
Wine Spectator's Top 100 of 2010
Wine Spectator's Top 100

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Wine Spectator's Top 100 - #07

Schild
Shiraz Barossa 2008

94 points / $20
5,000 cases imported
Australia

Schild’s entry-level Shiraz has all of the stuffing of a blue-chip bottling, but sells for a fraction of the price of other brands. The winery is able to achieve this because it’s one of the largest independent growers in the Barossa, with more than 400 acres under vine. Winemakers Jo Irvine and Scott Hazeldine used grapes from the cooler southern Barossa to produce this polished and complex red that was aged in both new and used American oak.

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