Clarendon Hills Liandra Syrah Mothers Day Celebration Pack

$250.00 / pack

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Clarendon Hills Liandra Syrah Mothers Day Celebration Pack

Original price was: $390.00.Current price is: $250.00. / pack

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Today Im putting together a Mini Vertical Liandra Syrah pack for $250 with free shipping for my lovely members. The pack includes 2 bottles of each of the following:
2020 Liandra Syrah 96/100 RP, 96/100 JS
2021 Liandra Syrah 94/100 JS, 94/100 RP
2022 Liandra Syrah 95/100 TWF, 94/100 JS
Thats a six pack of fine wine delivered for $250. Also for my members, if you buy 2 of the Liandra Mini Vertical Packs, I’ll include a bonus magnum 1500ml bottle of the exquisite 2012 Liandra Syrah, free of charge in celebration of upcoming Mother’s Day. Regular retail price is $65 and today’s offer represents a cool 35% off, exclusively for my members.


To be clear 1 pack contains the following:

2020 Liandra Syrah x 2 bottles

2021 Liandra Syrah x 2 bottles

2022 Liandra Syrah x 2 bottles


Buy 2 packs and I’ll include a bonus magnum for my cellar members exclusively, valued at $150, free of charge.

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Weight 9.4 kg

This wine comes from a single vineyard, with 25-year-old vines. Very pretty nose! The 2020 Liandra Syrah shows hints of bergamot and black tea, floral and fennel spice. This is a gorgeous wine—supple, excellent. I love the tannins, which are pliable and flexible. This is the Eden Valley Shiraz of McLaren Vale: mineral, dark and thrilling. It is stylistically quite different from the other Clarendon Hills wines, and I love it for that.


Liandra Syrah 2020

- The Wine Advocate, Erin Larkin

Such good packaging, though even better in 2022, as the red capsule really sets it off (not pictured). Tasted alongside the 2021 Liandra, and this is quite different, a little less ripe, drier, and certainly more spicy.
GW: Blackberry, cracked pepper, roast beef, lavender. It’s full-bodied, deep and grainy, plenty of roast meat and herbs, balanced acidity, with a firm tannic finish of fine length. Savoury and complex. Very good. 93 points.
KS: More purple in this wine in comparison to 2021. Meaty, with cracked pepper pinch and rubbing spice, thyme, sage and black olive, it’s savoury at large. Black fruit and graphite, cool stony tannins rolling through the concentrated juice. Finishing with a minty hit. Greatness all up.


2022 Liandra Syrah

- The Wine Front, Gary Walsh

Blackberries, olives, asphalt, and ink on the nose. Full-bodied and muscular. Flexing. Reserved and focused. Flavorful and intense. Give this two or three years to open. Serious. Try after 2025.

2020 Liandra Syrah

- James, Nick Stock