Byron And Harold Hay View Mount Barker Shiraz 2013
  • Rhone-style red from Mount Barker, WA
  • Enjoy now or cellar for 5-7 years
  • Cedary oak and rich berry spice aromas

Byron And Harold Hay View Mount Barker Shiraz 2013 x12

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Here's a classy, elegant West Australian Shiraz at a great price. What sets it apart is the quality of fruit from the 2013 vintage, regarded as ideal due to its slow ripening pattern. With a linear palate of spicy dark fruit and great structure, this is a must-have with slow-cooked meat or hard, mature cheeses.


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Slow-cooked lamb rosettes.


Matured in French oak.


Deep red with purple hue.


Lifted cedary oak and sweet spice aromas with dark fruits.


A well-structured wine showing a refined linear palate of bramble fruit, well integrated chewy tannins leading to a long finish.


The 2013 Shiraz was machine harvested then destemmedcrushed into 8 tonne fermenters where it was cold soaked to extract and retain desirable varietal flavours and aromas. The fermenters were pumped over with aeration twice a day, temperature was held around 25°C to prevent over-extraction of tannins locked in the skins. Maceration was not extended due to the same reason. The wine was then transferred in barrel for malolactic fermentation allowing a soft integration of the grape and Oak tannins. The wine was fined with egg whites then bottled after 15 months barrel maturation.

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