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Torbreck Runrig Barossa Valley Shiraz Viognier 2012
  • Rated 92 points by James Hallliday

Torbreck Runrig Barossa Valley Shiraz Viognier 2012 x6

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The RunRig has often drawn comparison with the beautifully fragrant & tautly structured wines produced from the steep slopes of the Northern Rhône Valley's Appellation of Côte Rôtie.

Wine Region

BAROSSA VALLEY

Drink Until

2042

Varieties

Shiraz Viognier

Alcohol

15.5%

Foods

Oak

Colour

Dense ink-like hue.

Nose

These lifted aromatics are released as soon as the wine is opened with layers of raspberries, apricots and crème de cassis cloaking subtle hints of black olive and cherry.

Palate

A dark, rich and silky palate with deep red cherry fruits, clove, lavender & licorice all interwoven with hints of sweet spice and cinnamon. The layers and diverse fruit characters continue to evolve in the glass with plum, hints of almond, earth, blackberry and pepper all becoming more apparent as the wine evolves in the glass.

Background

RunRig, although wonderfully aromatic, is a wine that exhibits so much power and latent richness that it could easily be mistaken for the hugely concentrated wines sourced from the sun drenched hill of Hermitage (the historic home of Syrah and some of the worlds most powerful and longest living wines).

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