Lysander Limestone Coast Shiraz 2015
  • Intensely rich, flavoursome Shiraz
  • From SA's cool climate Limestone Coast
  • Outstanding quality for the price

Lysander Limestone Coast Shiraz 2015 x12

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With its cool climate and long, slow ripening period, Limestone Coast is producing some of the new great reds of South Australia. This luscious, rich Shiraz delivers a mouthful of intense, spicy crushed blackberry flavours with great elegance and finesse. It's made for bold red meat dishes or to be sipped with a block of hard, mature cheese.

Wine Region

Limestone Coast, South Australia.

Drink Until







Tagliatelle Puttanesca.


French Oak Staves & 2nd use barrels


Very deep ruby, purple hue, young vibrant.


A bouquet of black cherry, light plum and liquorice with a touch of French oak.


A full bodied, well balanced varietal Shiraz, well balanced with soft, spiced plum and blackberry fruit.


Limestone Coast wine regions are widely sought after, premium grape growing region in South Australia. In the 1850's the ship "Lysander" brought many people to the shores of Australia from London. On one of its pioneering voyages she carried the Flint family to the coastal area which is now known as the Limestone Coast. The Limestone Coast is now one of Australia's premium wine growing regions, featuring both old and newly established vineyards. Previous wines released from this region are recognised as being amongst the best in Australia.

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