Fork in the Road Shiraz

Fork in the Road wines is proud to present this single-block Shiraz. The Shiraz grapes used for this release were sourced entirely from Old Oval Estate vineyard on Sand Road in McLaren Vale. The wine has been hand pressed and aged in seasoned American Oak for 18 months. Enjoy now or cellar with confidence. Produced in collaboration with Phil Christensen.

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