Teusner 'the Riebke' Barossa Valley Shiraz 2014
  • This item is a 6 pack
  • Jam packed with Barossa Shiraz flavours
  • From young gun winemaker Kym Tuesner

Teusner 'the Riebke' Barossa Valley Shiraz 2014 x6

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"From the sixth-generation Riebke growers, deeply coloured and unashamedly full-bodied, gritty tannins standing guard over wild blackberry fruit. A degree of patience is absolutely essential, but will be rewarded thanks to the overall balance of the wine." 92 points, James Halliday Wine Companion, August 2016

Wine Region

BAROSSA VALLEY

Drink Until

2034

Varieties

Shiraz

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

Enjoy with robust meats.

Oak

Subtle use of oak

Colour

Deep purple red.

Nose

Vibrant dark and black fruit aromas with generous notes of dark plum and blackberry along with warm spices and hints of oak.

Palate

The wine is jam packed with Barossa Shiraz flavours of plums, black fruits and warm spices. Subtle oak allows the fruit to take centre stage. This is a plush, vibrant wine of immense generosity and incredible value.

Background

"The Riebke brothers have some of the best kept vineyards in the Ebenezer district and their family have grown outstanding quality fruit from old, low yielding vines for six successive generations. For their faith in what we do and their assistance in the birth and growth of Teusner Wines, we'll be forever thankful." Teusner.

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