McWilliam’s Off the Press Shiraz

Tuesday April 18, 1950: Just off the press, The Riverina has sweltered under another heatwave, however, the McWilliam’s family are celebrating their first vintage of the emerging new grape variety, Shiraz. The McWilliam’s brothers (pictured above) are about to launch a program for their Sydney wine bars to promote the new varietal. They are seen above enjoying a drop of the newest member of the McWilliam’s family; a spicy bold Shiraz.

Inspired by the iconic stories of the McWilliam’s family throughout the decades and grown from the rich soils of New South Wales, this wine portrays one family’s passion for the art of winemaking.

ALC/VOL : 13.5  %
COLOUR : Vibrant rouge with red hues.
WINEMAKER : Russell Cody

FOOD PAIRING SUGGESTION : Enjoy it with a nice BBQ steak and salad

PEAK DRINKING : Wine is made for immediate consumption or can be carefully cellared for up to 5 years.


New South Wales


Aromas of plum, blackberries and dark cherry fruit dominate the nose with hints of black pepper, spice and sweet toasty oak with hints of vanilla notes add complexity.


Soft and full bodied, flavours of dark red fruit like blackberry and cherry are supported by subtle fine tannins and toasty oak provides excellent length to the palate, balancing the wine out perfectly.