Shark's Block Mclaren Vale Shiraz 2013
  • Award winning Shiraz
  • Classic dark McLaren Vale fruits
  • Aged for 18 months on new and old French oak

Shark's Block Mclaren Vale Shiraz 2013 x6

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2 Silver
5 Bronze
Richly flavoured, highly concentrated McLaren Vale fruit flavours are on show in this Shiraz. The blackberry and licorice nose open into a palate of the same layered with chocolate underpinned by soft, cedary oak. Well balanced and rounded, this is one for Shiraz lovers.


2 Silver, 5 Bronze

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Lamb shanks with mashed potato.


Matured for 18 months in new and old French oak barrels.


Intense dark red.


Rich dark blackberry fruits, dark licorice with notes of iodine.


This full-flavoured wine has the richl McLaren Vale flavours of concentrated blackberry fruits, dark chocolate and liquorice of , supported by soft yet complex cedary oak flavours and long rounded tannins. It has many years ahead of it and will continue to improve over the years.


This wine has been named after the vineyard where the fruit was sourced, "the Shark Block". This vineyard was so named whilst a well was being sunk in 1989 and a one and a half inch fossilised sharks tooth was found, believed to be the remains of a Great White Shark. The discovery should not be a surprise as McLaren Vale has always produced great whites and reds renowned for being at the cutting edge! This wine is no exception!!

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