Deep dark red with a purple hue. Lifted notes of blackberry, dark chocolate, baking spices, hung meats, lavender and pipe smoke. This Shiraz is rich and generous in all proportions. The fruit crashes and cascades across all corners of the palate as only a Barossa Shiraz can. Deep notes of blackberry, chocolate, baking spices and smoked meat are complimented by floral top notes of lavender and potpourri. Lovely and textural across the palate, the gritty, savory tannins are accentuated by notes of pipe smoke, coal dust and wet earth. A refreshing burst of acidity provides the perfect foil to compliment a long deep finish.
- • Year: 2013
- • Producer: Two Hands Wines
- • Dominant Varietal: Syrah / Shiraz