The sub region for this Shiraz is the Camel Back Range, it is here you’ll find the 20 year old vines from which the grapes for this full bodied Shiraz come from. The vines are also drip irrigated to help increase the richness of the grapes.
This one weighs in at 14% abv and its RRP is $24. We enjoyed with some home cooking (curry and Shiraz is one of my favourite matches). Here are my notes:
In the glass it’s a garnet shade with notes of blueberries, cherries and a vanillary spice to it on the nose with a sprinkling of black pepper. While in the mouth, it’s juicy, fruity and it really does slip down the throat with ease. The tannins are super silky and the finish leaves you wanting more.
This sample was sent to me directly from St Anne’s Winery to taste.
All opinions are based on my own taste buds. Wine is subjective & always evolving, so make sure you drink what you enjoy!