Grown in the cool climate of Mornington Peninsula, this Shiraz typically reflects a lighter bodied variety however it packs a bigger punch than the Mornington Estate Shiraz. This Shiraz grape spent 18 months in 4-year-old barrels and was largely left untouched
Mulled plums & cloves to the nose, a bold Shiraz which will leave you with a black pepper finish
Food pairings with Australian Shiraz should consider the context of diverse styles. The red-with-red rule is in effect when it comes to Shiraz as wilting-lily, meaning delicate food tends to get trampled. Dark meats such as lamb, steak, pork, Indian flavours and hard cheeses.