One of the rarest and most high-profile of all Australian cult wines, sold in individual boxes at very high prices in Australia and the US. Made by Rockford winemaker Chris Ringland, it's an ultra-ripe, powerful and silky wine that commands attention, although hardly anybody drinks it. Made in very limited volumes from old Barossa vines. Prices have fallen from previous highs around $1500 per bottle to just over half that, but Robert Parker has just rated the 1996 vintage at 100 points. The space will be worth watching. Randall's Hill is the second label for Three Rivers, and the 1997 shiraz was released under this name.