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Mclean's Farm Barossa Valley Shiraz 2014
  • Top quality Barossa Shiraz
  • Medium bodied, full flavoured, ripe spicy fruit
  • A Shiraz with a soft, smooth finish

Mclean's Farm Barossa Valley Shiraz 2014 x12

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A medium bodied, full flavoured Shiraz with ripe spicy blackberry and plum fruit flavours. This wine has a soft and smooth finish.

Wine Region

BAROSSA

Drink Until

2018

Varieties

Shiraz

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Char-grilled scotch fillet with mushroom sauce.

Oak

French and American oak.

Colour

Deep inky purple.

Nose

Ripe aromas of spicy berry fruit and integrated oak aromas.

Palate

A medium bodied, full flavoured Shiraz with ripe spicy blackberry and plum fruit flavours. This wine has a soft and smooth finish.

Background

Bob McLean was a firm believer in the compatibility of Shiraz and the Barossa Valley, also in its ability to produce a variety of styles. He personally could not understand why it was not a focus of more major producers! Shiraz is the most successful grape variety for this leading region, with this being the birthplace of the famous Penfolds Grange. The style is full blooded - dark in colour, rich in dark red fruits with a touch of chocolate and a hint of raisin character. The structure is round and velvety, and the wines are invariably long lived.

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