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2013

Sir Ian Botham Coonawarra Single Vineyard Shiraz

Sir Ian has made his Barossa Valley Shiraz in the style that the Barossa is now world famous for, it is robust and full-bodied with a firm yet fine tannin finish.

The Shiraz had an intense colour which is an attractive deep ruby purple. On the nose it is rich plum, complex mocha – chocolate and spicy fruit with integrated light vanillin oak and a hint of anise, are all subtly combined. The nose shows great depth and concentration of fruit and the benefit of extended maturation pre-release.

The Sir Ian Shiraz has is soft and full flavoured with lengthy fine grain tannins. The flavours of fruity spice, coffee, chocolate and blackberry carry through onto the lengthy and persistent palate.

£42.00 Inc. VAT 75cl

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APPELLATION

Barossa Valley, South Australia

PROFILE

Full Bodied & Rich

VARIETAL

Shiraz

VINTAGE

2013

ALCOHOL

15%

VOLUME

75cl

Wine specs

Tasting notes

This particular Barossa Valley Shiraz style is what the Barossa is now world famous for, it is robust and full-bodied with a firm yet fine tannin finish and typically represents the style winemakers strive to achieve as typical of the best for each vintage.

COLOUR

Intense, attractive deep ruby purple.

NOSE

Rich plum, complex mocha – chocolate and spicy fruit with integrated light vanillin oak and a hint of anise, are all subtly combined.
The nose shows great depth and concentration of fruit and the benefit of extended maturation pre-release.

PALATE

Round, soft and full flavoured with lengthy fine grain tannins. Flavours of fruity spice, coffee, chocolate and blackberry carry through onto the lengthy and persistent palate.

This wine has seen extended maturation, with concentrated fruit and firm fine grain tannin it has been designed to drink well
on release but age gracefully. With careful cellaring the wine will become more complex and soften further it will

begin to show its best in 2-3 years reaching its full potential in about 5 -10 years.

Sir Ian Botham

Sir-Ian-Shiraz

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