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Zonte's Footstep Blackberry Patch Langhorne Creek Shiraz 2015
  • Renowned Langhorne Creek winery
  • Bright berry and plum flavours
  • Superb with barbecued lamb shoulder

Zonte's Footstep Blackberry Patch Langhorne Creek Shiraz 2015 x12

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Blackberry Patch Shiraz is sourced from vineyards in the Langhorne Creek region of South Australia. It's ancient soils sit over pre-Cambrian Limestone and cool climate is ideal for growing expressive grapes.

Wine Region

LANGHORNE CREEK

Drink Until

2022

Varieties

Shiraz

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

Pair with your favourite hearty meat dishes.

Oak

Colour

Deep purple with royal purple hue.

Nose

Pepper spice and a hint of macerated dark berry fruit. Plum pudding and blackberry pie with just a waft of violets.

Palate

Entry: Rich and soft and fragrant red fruits. Some tangy cedar and dried spice characters. Mid Palate: Juicy round blackberry sweetness, tempered with clotted crema texture with taught, but typical Shiraz tannin. After Palate: A basket full of juicy fruit flavour that fans out in the mouth with rolling soft, fine grained fruit tannin. Finish: Malt, cedar and intense blackberry. Minutes later, the flavour still lingers.

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The aim of Zonte's Footstep is to make wine true to vineyard, so long as we make a bloody good drink!

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