Shingleback Haycutters Shiraz

This is a multi-award winning gem from Shingleback in McLaren Vale. Packed with layers of intense dark berry fruit with beautiful spicy notes. The wine is a sensation at this price. Deep red with purple hues. Pretty aromas of blackberry and raspberry, with notes of red roses and an earthy minerality, lift from the glass. The vibrant black and red berry flavours flow through the palate and linger on the enticingly moreish finish. Subtle oak, savoury and mineral elements balance the natural fruit sweetness of the wine, resulting in an intensely varietal McLaren Vale Shiraz. Accolades, Gold medal: 2017 Great Australian Shiraz Challenge Silver medal: 2017 NZ International Wine Show, class 18a 2017 Royal Adelaide Wine Show, class 31 2018 Mundus Vini International Wine Awards #1, Germany

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