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Big Jetty Bay Geographe Shiraz 2015
  • Magnificent WA Shiraz
  • From the new and exciting Geographe wine region
  • Bright dark berry fruits, spice and dark chocolate

Big Jetty Bay Geographe Shiraz 2015 x12

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Jutting into Geographe Bay the mighty Bussleton Jetty is the longest wooden pier in the Southern Hemisphere. Calling it big is an understatement. This Shiraz, grown on Cathy and Neil Howard's pristine Geographe vineyard, is magnificent. This too is an understatement. It's full of bright dark berry fruits, spice and dark chocolate with soft, even well balanced tannins.

Wine Region

GEOGRAPHE

Drink Until

2021

Varieties

Shiraz

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

Try with lamb cutlets with haloumi.

Oak

12 months oak usage.

Colour

Bright deep ruby, purple hues.

Nose

Vibrant dark black cherry, complex spice and subtle oak aromas.

Palate

Bright dark berry fruits, spice and dark chocolate with soft, even well balanced tannins. Medium to full bodied, ripe and well balanced mouthfeel.

Background

Jutting into Geographe Bay the mighty Bussleton Jetty is the longest wooden pier in the Southern Hemisphere. Calling it big is an understatement. This Shiraz grown on Cathy and Neil Howard's pristine Geographe vineyard is magnificent. This too is an understatement.

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