Australia - Pyrenees - Victoria
Appearance: brilliant, dark ruby colour.
Nose: deep with black fruits and pepper aromas.
Palate: supple and greedy with silky and elegant tannins.
Sommelier's advice: Ham, bacon, braised beef
Grape variety/varieties: Shiraz.
Harvest: The grapes are harvested at maturity, avoiding over maturation.
Soil: Soil is composed of podzolic layers coming from clay and ferruginous schists.
Vinification: The grapes are destemmed and then they ferment in cement or stainless steel tanks. Maceration lasts from 2 to 3 weeks in order to allow the tannins extraction that provides a good ageing potential to the wine.
Ageing: The wine is entirely aged in cement or stainless steel tanks and it is bottled 12 months later.
Alcohol content: 14.5