Yalumba Organic Shiraz 2016
  • 5 Red Star Halliday-rated winery
  • Organic South Australian Shiraz
  • Violets, spice, licorice, plums and mulberries

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Yalumba is a historic South Australian winery that continues to be family-owned to this day. In this spirit, the grapes for this fruit driven Shiraz are sourced from four family owned, organically certified vineyards across South Australia. The result is a layered palate with a mix of violets, spice, hints of licorice and lingering plums and mulberries.

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Enjoy with suckling pig and an apple and walnut salad.



Crimson with violet hues.


This wine exhibits aromas of spiced plums and peppercorns with a savoury fruit cake finish.


The palate is a mix of violets and spice with hints of liquorice, lingering plums and mulberries. This is a fruit driven, medium bodied wine with fine, soft tannins and a savoury, persistent finish.


The Carypides family vineyard located at Virginia in the Adelaide Plains, the Barich family vineyard on the Murray River at Loxton, the Palena family vineyards near Barmera in the Riverland, and the Strachan family vineyard in McLaren Vale. The 2016 growing season started well with a warm and dry spring, December and January. Cool nights during this period and rain at the end of January helped freshen up the vines before a return to warm weather in February, which led to even and healthy ripening of the Shiraz grapes.

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