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Dandelion Lionheart Of The Barossa Shiraz 2014
  • Winner of 1 Trophy and 2 Gold Medals
  • Rated 94 points by James Hallliday

Dandelion Lionheart Of The Barossa Shiraz 2014 x12

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1 Trophy
2 Gold
The Lionheart of Dandelion Vineyards is our old vine Barossa Shiraz. These ancient, gnarled vines, many over a hundred years of age, are not only surviving but thriving on their own roots in some of the oldest soils on the planet.

Awards

1 Trophy, 2 Gold

Wine Region

BAROSSA VALLEY

Drink Until

2029

Varieties

Shiraz

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

Perfectly matched with all richly flavoured foods, meats, stews, game or mature hard cheeses. Alluring on the palate our Lionheart commands company with food and friends.

Oak

French oak

Colour

Intense crimson with youthful purple hues.

Nose

Lifted blue fruits, blood plum, ripe blackberries and Christmas pudding-like spice flow out of the glass with spicy pepper, and hints of bramble and dark chocolate.

Palate

Generous mouth filling sweet blackberry, raspberry and plums cover the palate with lashings of sweet spice. Firm but fine tannins and dark chocolaty nuances continue throughout the lengthy palate with youthful finish.

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