Redemption Canberra Shiraz 2013
  • Spicy, elegant, refined cool climate Shiraz
  • Label features Sidney Nolan artwork
  • Highly collectale, perfect to cellar

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You might not know it but Canberra is one of Australia's up-and-coming Shiraz districts, with a cool climate that creates wines with a distinct spiciness and elegance. With the soaring popularity of the region's Shiraz, this is a unique opportunity to try it as a great price.

Wine Region

Canberra.

Drink Until

2024

Varieties

Shiraz

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

Beef Goulash and noodles.

Oak

100% new and old French oak.

Colour

Deep red with purple hues.

Nose

Spicy aromas of dark berry, black pepper and plum fruit with subtle oak characters peeking through.

Palate

Flavours of dark fruits, spice and black pepper. Medium bodied elegant wine with a strong backbone of silkytannins supporting the long flavoursome finish.

Background

Canberra is one of Australia's up-and-coming Shiraz districts, with a cool climate that creates wines with a distinct spiciness and unmistakable elegance. Hot days and cool nights produce intensely flavoured Shiraz with high level of natural acidity giving great flavour and length. Redemption wines champion the emerging cool-climate grape-growing regions that are rapidly forming the new vanguard of premium Australian winemaking. This wine is a unique expression of the land it comes from.

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