Wolf Blass Yellow Label Shiraz

Wolf Blass Yellow Label is a well known range in Australia as well as International. It's Shiraz has dark fruits, spices and sweet vanillin oak on the nose, medium bodied with jammy dark fruits on the palate. It is medium finish with firm tannins. A easy match for winter recipes.

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