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Dolan Family Wines Barossa Valley Shiraz 2013
  • From a legendary winemaker
  • Outstanding 2013 Barossa vintage
  • Perfect with barbecued sirloin steak

Dolan Family Wines Barossa Valley Shiraz 2013 x6

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Incredible richness and depth is the hallmark of Dolan Family wines, with fruit, oak and alcohol always in perfect harmony. This Shiraz is big, bold and generous with spicy cherry and plum fruit flavours and a soft finish that lingers on and on.

Wine Region

BAROSSA VALLEY

Drink Until

2021

Varieties

Shiraz 100%

Alcohol

15.0%

Foods

Barbeque steak with pepper sauce and creamy mash.

Oak

18 months maturation in 10% new French and 90% older French oak.

Colour

Vibrant appearance, Crimson and cherry red

Nose

Dark Cherry and plum fruit , Turkish delight fragrance and background spice

Palate

Rich and generous dark red fruit flavors fill the palate, structured by fine chalky tannins giving focus and length

Background

This our third release of our DOLAN flagship Shiraz , following on from the 2008 and 2010 Vintage. This wine is from the same central Stonewell district vineyard. Considered a great vintage, this wine has opulence of dark fruits, layered structure with ripe tannins and fruit generosity . Traditional Winemaking approach , Leading Barossa Style.

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