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Dolan Family Wines X21 Langhorne Creek Shiraz (6 Bottles) 2013
  • Incredibly rich, smooth collectable Shiraz
  • From one of Langhorne Creek's best vineyards
  • Crafted by one of Australia's best winemakers

Dolan Family Wines X21 Langhorne Creek Shiraz (6 Bottles) 2013 x6

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This outstanding Shiraz is crafted by Nigel Dolan - winner of two Jimmy Watson trophies (Australia's most coveted red wine award). It's dense, rich and smooth with dark, spicy fruit and earthy eucalypt hints - a fantastic Langhorne Creek character. The x21 label is a tribute to the Langhorne Creek vineyard where Nigel has sourced grapes for the last 21 years.

Wine Region

SOUTH AUSTRALIA-OTHER

Drink Until

2020

Varieties

Shiraz

Alcohol

15.0%

Foods

Wagyu steak with a red wine jus.

Oak

18 months matured in new and seasoned American and French oak.

Colour

Intense dark red with black purple hues.

Nose

Deep aromas of dark berry fruit with blackcurrant, spice and subtle cedary oak undertones.

Palate

This has a long, soft tannin scaffolding layered and infused with intense rich black frut flavours of rich fruit completed by hints of subtle cedary oak. The finish is soft and generous.

Background

This wine exhibits abundant, intense and deep flavours that reward maturation in high quality oak. This wine has all the character expected from a world class Langhorne Creek Shiraz - richly flavoured, soft and full bodied displaying typical regional character.

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