McGuigan Sparkling Shiraz


  • Grape : Shiraz
  • Country : Australio
  • Type : Red Sparkling
  • ABV : 13.50%

3 in stock

Product Description

Tasting notes: McGuigan Sparkling Shiraz

McGuigan Sparkling Shiraz has aromas of inspiring plum, cherry and chocolate aromas feature with some subtle earthy characters. On the palate, delightful dark berry fruit flavours of blackcurrant and plum highlight this sparkling wine. A touch of spicy oak and chocolate add extra depth while fine beads deliver a refreshing finish and give the wine excellent length.

Food match

Combine that with the cool fizz and you soon see why Australians drink this a lot with many a meal type from duck to cakes.


With four generations and over 100 years of winemaking to draw on. The McGuigan family has been a driving force in the Hunter Valley. Every generation has ensured winemaking is their lifestyle. Dedicating their life to bringing Australia and the world some of the best wine.

A contemporary brand built on traditional family values. McGuigan Wines is a leading Australian winemaker with Hunter Valley heritage dating back to the 1880s.

Committed to a philosophy to always make the wine the hero. Four generations of the McGuigan family have shaped a legacy founded on quality, consistency. And purity of craftsmanship, celebrated by international wine show success across the globe.

Our longstanding heritage is complemented by a progressive spirit. Therefore continuing to innovate and make the world’s favourite grape varieties accessible to wine lovers across the globe. All while delivering unbeatable value. Today, a team of like-minded winemakers continue the relentless commitment and passion for crafting the best wines possible.

The fruit for this wine was picked in the cool of the night. It was then transported directly to the winery to be crushed, de-stemmed and immediately clarified. Fermentation followed with the addition of selected yeast strains. This process was carried out at cool temperatures and lasted for 2 weeks. Post fermentation the wine was racked of the ferment lees and remained on light lees until blended and bottled.