Robust and fruit-forward, hints at baking spices. Hits the spot.
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Grape variety: Shiraz
Appellation: Hunter Valley
Region: New South Wales, Australia
Soil: Speckled dog granite, which over time has combined with red wind-blown sand and silt from Australia’s Red Centre forming a clay layer at a depth of one meter.
Average Vine Age: 50-120 years old
Farming practices: N/A
Vinification: Small parcels of fruit were crushed and fermented in 2 - 4 ton batches.
Aging: in French oak hogsheads and puncheons to enhance the fruit tannins.