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Shot in The Dark Cabernet Shiraz 2021

South Eastern Australia

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A dark, velvety, lush fruit red from John Quarisa, who after winning top Trophies for major wineries is now winning them for himself. James Halliday awarded Quarisa Wines four stars, praising their “exceptional value for money”. Judge for yourself!

A dark, velvety, lush fruit red from John Quarisa, who after winning top Trophies for major wineries is now winning them for himself. James Halliday awarded Quarisa Wines four stars, praising their “exceptional value for money”. Judge for yourself!

Beyond the Label

Tasting notes

Cracked pepper and bramble fruits; subtle mocha and fine tannins

Aroma

Summer berries, bramble fruit and hints of eucalyptus

Allergy information

Contains sulphites

Shot in The Dark Cabernet Shiraz 2021

More information

  • 13.5% ABV
  • 10.13 Units
  • 750.00 ml
  • 1 June, 2028
  • Vegan

When ripened by the Aussie sunshine, cassis-laden Cabernet and rich, spicy Shiraz make the perfect partnership. Shot in the Dark, from John Quarisa’s family winery in New South Wales, is the perfect example of this style. Easy going, but with plenty of substance, it’s as good sipped solo as it is with food. It’s the type of red John longed to make while crafting wine for some of the biggest names in Australia. Today, with the help of his wife Josephine and his three children, he creates winners like this. ‘Passion is Everything’ is the family motto, and already, despite its fledgling status, their winery boasts four stars from Aussie wine guru James Halliday. Supple and fruit laden, this red is tasty on its own and versatile with food.

"A lovely, fruity yet full bodied red which is a great all-rounder" Online Review
For the 2021 vintage
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