You can guess pretty quickly what the focus is here, with the Shiraz Lovers Dozen is like a love letter to our proven performer. The Ian Thorpe of Australian wines, if you like, except with fewer swimcaps and smaller feet (though grapes don't have feet now we think about it).
Where do you start for such a quintessential Aussie case? One of Australia's oldest wine regions, of course, with the classic Tyrrell's 1858 Shiraz (RRP $28) lobbing up as our Hunter representative.
Then we take a turn in a southern direction and end up in McLaren Vale, with the 95 point scoring Allegiance Tiger McLaren Vale Shiraz (RRP $25.99) stepping forward.
What about the Barossa you say? That's covered with the ever popular Toro Loco Barossa Shiraz (RRP $24.99). Oh and Victoria gets a look in too via the Tahbilk One Million Cuttings Shiraz.
That's just a taster of the super Shiraz in this case, with wines also from Sacredtree and Kilikanoon for good measure.