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First Drop Mother's Milk Shiraz 2022

Named #38 in Wine Spectator's Top 100 Wines of the Year 2023

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An inexpensive Barossa Shiraz has made into the world's most exclusive Top 100!  That's right, First Drop Mother's Milk Shiraz 2021 has been named #38 in Wine Spectator's Top 100 Wines of the Year.  

Now I should point out this is an international list where over 9,000 wines are eligible to be included.  You've got to be darn good to make the list and this year First Drop Mother's Milk Shiraz made came in at number 38.  That is extraordinary.

But no only are the biggest international wine reviewers talking this wine up, our very own Dave Brookes in Halliday's Wine Companion gave it the big thumbs up:

"There is no doubt that this wine will improve but damn it's delicious now"  
Dave Brookes - Halliday Wine Companion

There are reviews, accolades, points and more for this deadset bargain.  But I will keep things quick, here's the two reviews that do it for me:

Where this wine comes from - Barossa Valley

The Barossa Valley is Australia’s best-known wine region and there’s a good reason why. The wines certainly live up to their international reputation, particularly Barossa Shiraz. With long, warm summers, the region produces full-bodied styles with power and panache. The reds are rich and luscious in their youth with dark-berried flavours, fruit intensity and fine-grained tannins, which mature gracefully with time in the cellar. But there’s more to the region than Shiraz. Grenache and Mourvèdre do more than play a supporting role in GSM blends, they’re standing on their own two feet as single varietal wines. And with a new school of winemakers at the helm, the region is in good hands for a long and healthy future.
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