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Alcoholic strength: 14% vol.
Region: Murray Darling – East Australia.
Grapes: 100% Shiraz.
Serving temperature: 14°-16°C.
Upon visual examination it is limpid, with an intense and luminous ruby red color, with a good consistency.
Its olfactory range is broad, intense and of good quality. The floral notes are accompanied by hints of ripe red-fleshed fruit where the hint of ripe plum prevails. Followed by notes of sweet spices such as cinnamon and vanilla. Rounding out aromas of sweet chocolate bar and Kentucky tobacco.
The sip is velvety, balanced in its components, with a pleasant aftertaste of persistent berries and a long finish.
A wine to discover this single variety, Shiraz, in its expression in the Australian world full of power and spicy notes.
A wine to compare with its European version, Syrah, where in my opinion the hint of black pepper prevails.
Try it with grilled meat dishes.
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