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Tash Adelaide Hills Shiraz 2015
  • Rich Adelaide Hills Shiraz
  • From award winning winemaker, Natasha Mooney
  • Dark berry fruit with hints of chocolate

Tash Adelaide Hills Shiraz 2015 x12

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Natasha Mooney 'TASH' is an internationally recognised and award winning winemaker. Her Adelaide Hills Shiraz displays rich, dark berry fruit flavours with hints of chocolate, balanced by smoothly textured tannins and supported by the judicious use of subtle toasty oak.

Wine Region

ADELAIDE HILLS

Drink Until

2025

Varieties

Shiraz

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Try with barbecued meats or soft ripe cheeses.

Oak

18 months new and second use American oak.

Colour

Deep ruby red, purple hues

Nose

Lifted black cherry Shiraz fruit aromas with some cedar oak.

Palate

The palate displays rich, dark berry fruit flavours with hints of chocolate which are balanced by smoothly textured tannins and supported by the judicious use of subtle toasty oak.

Background

'TASH' is Natasha Mooney - internationally recognised award winning winemaker whose philosophy is in equal parts mantra and celebration: to nurture trusting grower relationships, to allow the integrity of the finest fruit to shine and to let the wine show its purity and provenance.

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