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Shiraz 2015

Shiraz 2015
Product Code: Shiraz 2014
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An impressive mouth-filling yet elegant cool climate shiraz.           
Regional Appellation Great Southern, Denmark, Western Australia
Grape Varieties Shiraz 100% Estate Grown & Made
Oak Maturation 22 months on French Oak 90% & Hungarian Oak 10%
Alcohol 15.1%
Standard Drinks (750ml) 8.9
Additives Contains sulphites. Produced with egg products. Traces may remain
Release Date June 2017
Cellaring Potential Up to 12 years


The 2015 vintage for the reds started in the second week of April, which was slightly earlier than our average time for harvesting on the South Coast. The winter rainfall was average with mild temperatures.   The summer temperatures were warm and unusually very dry with almost no rain whatsoever.  These dry conditions required all the grapes to be harvested a little earlier. Birds were their usual hungry selves, so all vines were netted to prevent bird damage and disease.  This resulted in clean, ripe and well  balanced fruit.  The fruit cropped an average of 2 tonnes per acre.


Wine makers: Anthony & Peter Buxton. Consultant: Michael Staniford.

Immediately after harvesting, the fruit was crushed and fermented at 26 ºC over 8 days. The wine was basket pressed & racked every 3 to 4 months and matured separately in French and Hungarian Oak for 22 months. The equivalent of one third new oak barrels was used. The wines were blended and finally racked just prior to bottling.


Colour Dense inky red with a purple hue.
Nose A rich and complex nose of ripe berries and spices.
Palate An impressive combination of dark cherries, plums and blackberries, with a touch of spice and oak. This wine is fine and elegant, typical of our cool climate shiraz, yet truely satisfying.
Cuisine Roast beef; Peppered steak; Slow-cooked lamb.
Serving Temperature 15-17 ºC

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