Ad Lib Middle of Everywhere Shiraz

¬†WINEMAKER’S NOTES:

Moderate Summer months allowed for a gentle ripening and juicy Shiraz berries as a result. Berries and bunches were small, resulting in a wine of intense color and flavor.

The fruit was selected and hand-picked from sites across Frankland River. Cold maceration for four days proceeded by a long, cool fermentation. The wine spent six months in new and one year old oak prior to bottling.

A fragrant wine, deep and inky in colour with a perfume of violets and dried flowers. Ripe black cherry and blackberry fruits accented with black pepper. The finely textured tannins allow this medium-bodied wine to carry the juicy, sweet black fruit across the palate.

PAIRING SUGGESTIONS:

Duck ragout.

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Grape Variety:
Shiraz
Vintage:
2009
Origin:
Australia
Tasting Notes:
Floral, Violets, Black Fruit, Blackberry, Cherry, Jammy, Black Pepper, Fine Tannins, Medium Bodied
Food Pairing:
Duck, Game Birds
Enjoyment Factor:
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Price:
$$$$$
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