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Honour Roll John Glaetzer Langhorne Creek Shiraz 2014
  • From a wine making legend
  • Individually numbered bottles
  • Cellar for 10 years

Honour Roll John Glaetzer Langhorne Creek Shiraz 2014 x12

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Product Code: KR0384
This red is brought to you buy one of the kings of wine making: John Glaetzer. It can be cellared for up to ten years...if you don't enjoy it before then. You will be blown away by the blackberry and plum characters and incredibly dense, plush character.

Wine Region

SOUTH AUSTRALIA-OTHER

Drink Until

2025

Varieties

Shiraz

Alcohol

15.0%

Foods

Rack of lamb with garlic and rosemary

Oak

Matured in French oak hogs heads and staves.

Colour

Deep red ruby with purple hues

Nose

Dark red fruits, plum and black berry, light toasty oak with hints of spice and toasty vanillin oak.

Palate

Soft and generous fruit flavours, gentle tannins and excellent fruit flavour length.

Background

John Glaetzer is a winemaking legend who has long championed the unique qualities of Langhorne Creek fruit. His influence on, and depth of contribution to Australian super premium red wine is unparalleled. With a stellar career spanning three decades with Wolf Blass, he was the inimitable force behind an unrivalled four Jimmy Watson trophies and eleven Montgomery trophies. Rightly acknowledged as a ?Legend of Langhorne', this rare, collectable Honour Roll bottling is a worthy addition to any fine wine collection, and a great testament to a great winemaker and historic region.

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