Riddoch E.k. Coonawarra Shiraz 2014
  • A classic and distinctive Coonawarra Shiraz
  • From arguably the #1 red region in Australia
  • Cellar or savour - the choice is yours!

Riddoch E.k. Coonawarra Shiraz 2014 x12

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The Riddoch label showcases the Coonawarra region, which creates wines of great character and style. This dark, spicy Shiraz is full bodied with intense flavours of white pepper, ripe red berries and charry oak. It's richly textured and finishes dry with rich but not aggressive tannin, firm astringency and good persistence of fruit and oak flavours.

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Lamb racks roasted with courgettes, red onion and peas.


French and American oak hogshead barrels


Bright deep ruby purple.


Rich and complex with dark blackberry fruit and wild plum and chocolate aromas; sweet cedary oak and black pepper spice produce a beautifully balanced and complex bouquet.


The soft, supple palate has generous plum, chocolate, dark berry and cherry flavours. This is a medium to full bodied wine with a fine, supple texture, finely layered structure and subtle sweet oak flavours that fill out the finish.


Coonawarra holds the pre-eminent position as one of Australia's greatest red wine regions, boasting the most celebrated vineyard soil in Australia, known as terra rossa, a distinctive, albeit thin, band of vivid red soil overlying a bed of soft limestone. Though its Cabernet is more well-known, connoisseurs regularly seek out its stunning Shiraz as well.

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