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Neil Mcguigan Signature Release Pinot Noir Shiraz 2012
  • A cracking red by Neil McGuigan
  • Elegant & sophisticated Pinot Shiraz blend
  • From two top regions
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Neil Mcguigan Signature Release Pinot Noir Shiraz 2012 x12

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Though it may seem an unlikely pairing, Pinot Noir and Shiraz have been blended together for about half a century now - and the result is a unique, exotic, scrumptious red. Made with grapes from the Hunter and Central Ranges, it's exceedingly stylish and elegant, with distinct flavours from both varieties coming together in harmony. Try it with some adventurous fare like roast quail and enjoy life outside the box!

Wine Region

AUSTRALIA

Drink Until

2018

Varieties

Pinot Noir, Hermitage (Shiraz)

Alcohol

12.1%

Foods

Wet polenta with roast pigeon wrapped in prosciutto and parmesan.

Oak

French oak.

Colour

Deep crimson colour with a rich purple-crimson hue.

Nose

Redolent with ripe cherry, red and black berry aromas with subtle spicy hints.

Palate

Elegant with an excellent structure – subtle oak and firm tannins on a lingering finish.

Background

Internationally renowned winemaker Neil McGuigan is fanatical, stubborn and driven in his pursuit of creating the hottest reds and coolest whites around. The Signature range brings together fruit from a mix of premium warm and cool wine regions creating a seamless harmony of the two. Neil has shown great skill and versatility with this Pinot Noir Shiraz.

A handling fee of $1.20 per case (metro) or $1.40 per case (regional) will apply to your order.

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