- Superb Langhorne Creek Shiraz
- From the historic Bleasdale label
- Dense blackberry preserve and smoky oak
Bleasdale Langhorne Creek Shiraz 2016 x12
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Enjoy with your favourite meat dishes.
Matured on French oak.
Deep plummy red.
Intense ripe black and red berry fruit aromas with hints of sweet spice and subtle cedary oak.
A medium to full bodied wine showing a touch of fruitcake and some cinnamon spice with dense with blackberry preserve and smoky oak flavours and lovely lingering fruit sweetness with fine grained tannins.
Bleasdale is Australia's second oldest, still functioning family owned winery. Her wines are the stuff of legend and receive accolades throughout the world. Established in 1850 by English migrant Frank Potts, the Bleasdale vineyards are situated on the fertile flood plains of the Bremer River which runs parallel to Langhorne Creek. The area is a low rainfall, cool climate region which produces outstanding wines year after year. The historic cellars constructed from red gum and limestones have been classified by the National Trust and are listed on the State and National Heritage Registers. The ancient winery houses a massive red gum lever press which fifth generation winemaker, Michael Potts still uses once a year to make a small batch, limited release wine. Bleasdale is owned and operated by the fifth generation of Potts family winemakers. They lead a dedicated winemaking and cellar team who are very proud of their work. Whilst Bleasdale is steeped in yesterday's history it has been outfitted with the latest technology. Today's winery still abides by the family traditions, retaining the philosophy of producing honest, consistent and reliable wines.
Call 1800 500 260 to purchase a single bottle for $21.25 (plus delivery and handling)
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