Peter Lehmann Special Barrel Project Barossa Merlot 2014
  • Finalist - 2015 Red Wine of the Year
  • Special Barrel Project - limited availability
  • Notes of blackcurrant, plum and spice

Peter Lehmann Special Barrel Project Barossa Merlot 2014 x12

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Peter Lehmann was a true winemaking legend. His great dedication and commitment to the Barossa did much to put the region on the map, and he became lovingly known as the Baron of the Barossa. This Special Barrel Project Merlot has plush, dense plum flavours with hints of chocolate undertones.

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Enjoy with hearty vegetarian dishes or rich tomato based pasta dishes.


Matured in French oak hogheads.


Deep crimson red.


The nose shows classical aromas of blackcurrant, plums, spice with a hint of violets and cedar oak.


This wine is true to character with a nose of dusted chocolate fruit and a palate showing rich, ripe velvety plum notes beautifully integrated after 12 months in 300 litre French oak hogsheads.


This Barrel Project Merlot is a tribute to the winemaking skills of our Founder, Peter Lehmann, and the mentor that he has been to the Peter Lehmann winemaking team. Peter Lehmann's conviction that the region was capable of making some of the best wines in the World extended far beyond Shiraz?he often referred to the region as a Winemaker's paradise. Merlot grown in the Barossa typically produces soft, rich wines with a long smooth finish.

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