Woolshed Limestone Coast Shiraz 2015
  • A delicious Limestone Coast Shiraz
  • From the famous terra rossa soils
  • Soft, spicy, and flavoursome

Woolshed Limestone Coast Shiraz 2015 x12

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Soft, spicy Shiraz fruit flavours fill the whole palate, again underscored by unobtrusive oak. Appears deceptively soft but it is firm and balanced, with drying tannins on the finish. Lush sweet fruit characters linger providing great depth and good flavour length.

Wine Region

LIMESTONE COAST

Drink Until

2020

Varieties

Shiraz

Alcohol

15.0%

Foods

Morrocan lamb shanks and spicy cous cous.

Oak

Oak Staves

Colour

Very deep ruby red with vibrant purple hues.

Nose

Ripe Shiraz fruit characters of black cherry and freshly ground black pepper fairly leap from the glass, complemented by a background of vanillin oak.

Palate

Soft, spicy Shiraz fruit flavours fill the whole palate, again underscored by unobtrusive oak. Appears deceptively soft but it is firm and balanced, with drying tannins on the finish. Lush sweet fruit characters linger providing great depth and good flavour length.

Background

The Woolshed - This wine takes its name from the historic sandstone winery, which was originally built by John Riddoch as a woolshed - long before vineyards were planted on the site. The second vintage in the Limestone Coast took place in this Woolshed in 1896 made by William Salter and since then this landmark building has been associated with fine wine.

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