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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Mention Limestone Coast and many winelovers will give you a blank look. But mention Coonawarra, Mt Benson, Padthaway, Wrattonbully and Robe and they'll nod knowingly. Those regions make up the remote, rugged Limestone Coast, once famed for seafood and livestock and now planting itself firmly on the map as a producer of some of the finest cool-climate wines.

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Morrocan lamb shanks and spicy cous cous.


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Very deep ruby red with vibrant purple hues.


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


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.


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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