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Katnook The Brickmaker Shiraz 2016
  • Shiraz from 5 star Halliday rated winery
  • Rich dark fruits, chocolate, vanillin and spice
  • Match with slow braised beef or BBQ pork ribs

Katnook The Brickmaker Shiraz 2016 x12

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Before enterprising pioneer John Riddoch planted the first grape wines in the rich terra rossa earth of Coonawarra a century ago, he was a brickmaker in his Scottish homeland. His name lives on today through The Brickmaker wines.

Wine Region

COONAWARRA

Drink Until

2021

Varieties

Shiraz

Alcohol

13.5%

Foods

Enjoy the full flavours of this wine with slow braised beef, Dijon glazed BBQ pork ribs or an onion and Gruyere tart.

Oak

Combination of older French and American oak for three months.

Colour

Deep red with purple tinges.

Nose

Concentrated notes of dark berries and plum, hints of spice and subtle oak characters of dark chocolate and vanillin.

Palate

An attractive combination of rich dark fruit with a touch of chocolate and peppery spice. Subtle vanillin oak characters with soft, lingering tannins on the finish.

Background

Before enterprising pioneer John Riddoch planted the first grape wines in the rich terra rossa earth of Coonawarra a century ago, he was a brickmaker in his Scottish homeland. His name lives on today through The Brickmaker wines.

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