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Peter Lehmann Vsv Valley View Road Barossa Shiraz 2014
  • Full bodied and powerful Barossa Shiraz
  • Layers of plum, cherry and dark chocolate
  • Rated 95 Halliday points

Peter Lehmann Vsv Valley View Road Barossa Shiraz 2014 x6

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The tightly held VSV - Very Special Vineyard - wines are only made in exceptional years when a single site delivers the ultimate harmony of varietal and region. Over the past decade, some special pockets of land have consistently stood out to the winemakers for their quality and individual character. Fruit from these vineyards was set aside, and made in small batches to highlight this character as single vineyard wines. The commitment of each grower is recognised with their signature on the label.

Wine Region

BAROSSA VALLEY

Drink Until

2034

Varieties

Shiraz

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

Moroccan lamb cutlets, great steak, roast duck or a mature pecorino cheese- a wine for special occasions.

Oak

French oak

Colour

Bright crimson hue with purple tones.

Nose

Lifted blackberry dark chocolate and spice in the bouquet.

Palate

The palate is richly flavoured and shows a firm tension of tannin on the finish.

Background

This is a single vineyard wine sourced from sustainable Shiraz grown by Wayne and Scott Grope in the Ebenezer district of the Barossa Valley.

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