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36 Bottles Available 2014

Penfolds Grange (Bin 95) 2014

36 Pre-Arrival 750ml
1 Bottle Available 2012

Penfolds Grange (Bin 95) 2012 1.5L

1 In-Stock 1.5L
7 Bottles Available 2011

Penfolds Shiraz RWT 2011

7 In-Stock 750ml
14 Bottles Available 2010

Penfolds Grange (Bin 95) 2010

14 Pre-Arrival 750ml
25 Bottles Available 2009

Penfolds Cabernet Sauvignon Bin 169 2009

23 In-Stock 750ml

Penfolds Shiraz RWT 2009

2 In-Stock 750ml
8 Bottles Available 2008

Penfolds Shiraz RWT 2008

4 In-Stock 750ml

Penfolds Grange (Bin 95) 2008

4 In-Stock 750ml
4 Bottles Available 2007

Penfolds Shiraz St. Henri 2007

4 In-Stock 750ml
3 Bottles Available 2003

Penfolds Grange (Bin 95) 2003 1.5L

3 In-Stock 1.5L
3 Bottles Available 2002

Penfolds Shiraz Magill Estate 2002

3 In-Stock 750ml
26 Bottles Available 1998

Penfolds Grange (Bin 95) 1998

24 In-Stock 750ml

Penfolds Shiraz Bin 128 1998

2 In-Stock 750ml
13 Bottles Available 1992

Penfolds Grange (Bin 95) 1992

13 In-Stock 750ml

The Winery


Originally focused on making fortified wines, Penfolds has become one of the quintessential luxury wine brands in the world and arguably the only Australian cult wine. It was founded in 1844 by Doctor Christopher Penfold, who came to Australia with a suitcase full of French vines. In the beginning, fortified wines were made, believed by the Doctor and his patients to be medicinal. Upon realizing the opportunity for growth in the wine world, he began creating wines from many regions. The varieties grown include Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon (some of the oldest continuously producing in the world), Grenache, Riesling, Chardonnay, Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, Mataro and Sangiovese.

For collectors, investors and just plain wine lovers- the wines tick every box. In 1990, Wine Spectator named Penfolds “Wine of the Year”, which ignited global recognition for the producer and an increase in value/demand. A recent re-release of the 2004 Block 42 Cabernet Sauvignon (limited edition, special packaging) is going for $168,000- significantly higher than the original asking price upon release of $225 a bottle. This makes it the most expensive wine in the world sold directly from a winery. The wines, specifically the highly and continuously lauded Grange Shiraz, symbolizes and embodies a place - even though it’s not a vineyard designate, but a blend of Barossa Valley fruit. Greatness is Penfolds, and from the horses mouth the best vintages on the current market are 1986, 1990, 1991, 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2002.

Rare Wines, Serious Collectors

As the #1 back-vintage retailer in the US, Benchmark Wine Group prides itself on being a trusted source for the greatest wines in the world. Their unparalleled market knowledge and exceptional service have come together to provide the most accessible cellar of rare and sought-after wines with a guarantee.