Shiraz is the name given to the dark-skinned Syrah grape when grown in Australia and selected areas of the New World. Though genetically identical, the stylistic differences between Shiraz and Syrah are usually pronounced.
Shiraz is so important to Australian viticulture that it is the most planted grape variety in the majority of Australian vineyards and has become virtually synonymous with the country's wine regions, and in particular the Barossa Valley.
This premium Shiraz has a bright, deep colour with purple red hues. The Red Wine contains a lovely vanilla character. The nose is redolent with blackberries and spice. The palate has a succulent fullness that fills the senses with cassis, black pepper, whilst the soft chalky tannins allow this full bodied textured Red Wine to linger in the mouth.
This premium Shiraz has a bright, deep colour with purple red hues. Dense, plump and juicy dark berries on the nose are enhanced with a hint of spice on the palate. The Red Wine has subtle vanilla characters; this full bodied Red Wine is long and fine on the palate, with soft gentle chalky tannins, that linger in the mouth.