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2001 Wolf Blass Brown Label Classic Shiraz
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Since the inaugural vintage of 1975 Wolf Blass has produced a 100% shiraz of exceptional quality to compliment the classic range. The Classic range is made with the Wolf Blass Black Label in mind to produce the highest quality wine from each region, which has seen the best quality.
Fruit for the 2001 Brown Label Classic Shiraz was sourced from high quality shiraz vineyards in the premium McLaren Vale and Barossa regions of South Australia. Constant contact between the winemaker and the growers has ensured fruit of consistent quality with subtle differences to provide options to the winemaker for blending. The 2001 vintage in both regions was similar with good winter and spring rains followed by warm conditions in November and December creating strong growth on the vines. The quality of fruit was excellent in both the McLaren Vale and Barossa regions producing fruit with good deep colour, rich flavours and textured tannins.
Tasting Note: The 2001 Wolf Blass Brown Label Shiraz is a vibrant deep crimson in colour. The bouquet is full of rich berry fruit complexed by aromas of pepper, spice, and rich dark chocolate overtones. Well-integrated fruit with soft tannins, subtle oak characters and a long lingering finish combine in a seamless full-bodied palate. The very essence of Australian shiraz, a wine of opulence and complexity.
Careful cellaring will see this wine continue to develop over the next 6 to 10 years (2010-2014)