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Australian Shiraz can be broadly divided into two groups - either warm or cool climate. The former gernerally offers big ripe fruit driven styles with overt French oak, while their cool climate counterparts offer finesse with spicy complexity, fine grained tannins and natural acid balance. The cool climate of the Mornington Peninsula results in a long growing season which extends the flavour ripening whilst maintaining natural acid balance. Intense ripe berries ans cassis with a hint of spice which typifies cool climate shiraz.
Colour: Deep red in colour
Aroma: Rich complex pepper shiraz fruit with sweet spicy vanilla oak
Palate: Ripe berries, pepper, soft tannins and excellent length