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Neil Mcguigan Signature Release Pinot Noir Shiraz 2016
  • Unique Pinot Noir and Shiraz blend
  • Perfumed, elegant and stylish
  • Full of ripe cherry and berry fruit

Neil Mcguigan Signature Release Pinot Noir Shiraz 2016 x12

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Under the skilful hands of winemaker Neil McGuigan, this unique red combines the elegance and refinement of Pinot Noir with the power and character of Shiraz. The result is sublime - the palate bursts with cherry and berry fruit wrapped in a delicious sprinkling of spice.

Wine Region

CENTRAL RANGES NSW

Drink Until

2020

Varieties

Pinot Noir, Shiraz

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Pasta carbonara.

Oak

Matured in American oak.

Colour

Medium red in colour with attractive purple hues.

Nose

Almost a floral nose of lifted blackberries, spice, cherry and plum. Very fruit driven with only a touch of vanilla.

Palate

Soft round flavoursome palate which is very complex. Grapefruit and melon characters on the palate balanced by buttery vanilla characters. Fresh acidity entices you back to the glass.

Background

Internationally renowned winemaker Neil McGuigan is fanatical, stubborn and driven in his pursuit of creating the hottest reds and coolest whites around. Neil has shown great skill and versatility with this Chardonnay.

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