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Lindeman's Shiraz Bin 50 2012

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1797315
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Lindeman's Shiraz Bin 50 2012 750ml

Lindeman's Shiraz Bin 50

Colour: This wine is crimson red in colour and shows excellent depth.

Nose: Aromatic varietal shiraz: fruits of blueberry and blackberry notes along with rich stewed plum are balanced with integrated vanillin oak.

Palate: A vibrant fruit driven style shiraz, which shows soft fruit flavours and a touch of liquorice and spice. Careful oak maturation adds structure and integrates balanced tannins with a subtle savoury oak finish.

Vineyard Regions: A multi-region blend, with significant proportions from Sunraysia, Riverland and Robinvale.

Vintage Conditions: Extremely cool spring conditions were followed by one of the coolest summers on record. Yields were substantially reduced by the weather conditions however a warm, dry autumn ripened the fruit to perfection. Traditionally warm regions such as the Sunraysia handled the cooler temperatures with ease, producing fruit with excellent depth of flavour.

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Lindeman's Lindeman's Shiraz Bin 50 2012
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
 

Notes on the Lindeman's Shiraz Bin 50 750ML 2012

Tasting Notes Colour: This wine is crimson red in colour and shows excellent depth.

Nose: Aromatic varietal shiraz: fruits of blueberry and blackberry notes along with rich stewed plum are balanced with integrated vanillin oak.

Palate: A vibrant fruit driven style shiraz, which shows soft fruit flavours and a touch of liquorice and spice. Careful oak maturation adds structure and integrates balanced tannins with a subtle savoury oak finish.

Wine Maker Notes Vineyard Regions: A multi-region blend, with significant proportions from Sunraysia, Riverland and Robinvale.

Vintage Conditions: Extremely cool spring conditions were followed by one of the coolest summers on record. Yields were substantially reduced by the weather conditions however a warm, dry autumn ripened the fruit to perfection. Traditionally warm regions such as the Sunraysia handled the cooler temperatures with ease, producing fruit with excellent depth of flavour.