In 2012 we decided to stop producing Euroa
Creeks. Small stock of many wines are available as museum release. Contact us at
Our American importer
told us that demand for this style of wine had dropped off so the 2004
vintage was the last that we exported to North America.
Our Sydney distributor made similar comments when we released the 2006
early harvest so the only way to obtain the wine is to contact us
directly or if you are in Victoria, Australia, visit Armadale Cellars
(03 95093055) for the 2006 wines or Brighton Fine Wines
(03 9596 1504) for the 2004 Shiraz.
2006 Euroa Creeks Early Harvest Shiraz $28
Elegant with cherry, plum and subtle mint aromas. Fresh, bright,
beautifully balanced with a lingering finish. Drink now or cellar for
up to 10years.
2006 Shiraz $40
Rich red berry nose with a little cinnamon and spice and a hint of plum
that is reflected on the palate with firm tanin. Drink now or cellar
for 5 to 10 years.
2006 Euroa Creeks Reserve Shiraz (6 bottle limit per order) $55
Dark brooding red colour with plum and red berry aromas. The palate has
great length and power. The red berry fruit is matched with a little
vanilla and spice. Drink now or cellar for about 10 years.
Awarded Gold, 3rd place in the 2008 Great Australian Shiraz Challenge
2006 Fortified Shiraz (500ml) $30
A true microbatch of fortified shiraz. The wine was fortified with 9
year oak aged brandy spirit. Lovely plum, and spirit with tannic grip
and a tiny amount of sugar.
2006 Euroa Creeks Shiraz Viognier Discovery set (3 bottles) $150
We conducted trials to investigate the effect of the white grape Viognier with Shiraz. This set contains one bottle of 100% Shiraz, one bottle with the same Shiraz with 8% Viognier and one bottle of Early Harvest Shiraz which contains 1% Viognier
Read Wine Front's review
2004 Euroa Creeks Shiraz Oak Discovery set (3 bottles) $150
In 2004 we experimented with three different oak types, American, French and Hungarian.
This set was made with the same batch of Euroa Shiraz, all barrels were new with medium toast.
The wine was made with low levels of preservative and was not filtered.
We keep small quantities of old wines in our cellar. We use these at winery dinners where we contrast an older release with a newer release. We normally run these dinners in Vic, NSW, Qld and WA.
Read what Huon Hooke had to say about the Early Harvest in October