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Byron & Harold Friends & Rivals Shiraz 2017

Byron & Harold Friends & Rivals Shiraz 2017 x12

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Flavours of dense bramble fruits, a hint of white pepper and savoury nuances are supported by well-integrated tannins bringing perfect structure and balance to this refined Shiraz.

Wine Region

GREAT SOUTHERN

Drink Until

2022-2025

Varieties

Shiraz

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

BBQ lamb cutlets with roast root vegetable salad.

Oak

12 months French Oak

Colour

Deep garnet red.

Nose

Lifted dark fruit aromatics of blackberry, morello cherry & plum with subtle nuances of anise and black pepper spice

Palate

Flavours of dense bramble fruits, a hint of white pepper and savoury nuances are supported by well-integrated tannins bringing perfect structure and balance to this refined Shiraz.

Background

The Shiraz was machine harvested and transported to the winery where it was destemmed and crushed into fermenters. Once inoculated, the ferments were pumped over and plunged twice a day, temperature was held around 25°C to prevent over extraction of tannins locked in the skins. The wine was then transferred to oak for malolactic fermentation allowing a soft integration of the grape and oak tannins. After the correct amount of maturation, the wine was blended, fined then bottled

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