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2002 Connor Park Shiraz
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- Cellar 3 - 4 years (2007-2008)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Cork
When Ross & Robyn Lougoon purchased the Connor Park property in 1985, it had a small but over-run vineyard which had been planted in the late 1960’s by Tom Connor, better known as the man who invented the world’s first pick up baler and post hole digger. After working as a shearer in outback Queensland, Ross knew nothing about grape vines and very little about wine. Inspired, Ross set about resurrecting the overgrown vineyard. Today the couple divide their time between growing premium dryland grapes and tending a flock of 1800 merino sheep.
A very impressive, full bodied Bendigo Shiraz with a very strong black pepper backbone. The was was matured for 12 months in American oak. Totally opaque black purple colour with purple hue. The palate provides an excellent sniff, not unlike the best of the Water Wheel Shiraz. Aroma of vanilla, liquorice, spice and violets with a hint of black pepper. On the palate there is excellent weight and plenty of spice and black pepper emerging. Flavours of ripe plum and liquorice allsorts are supported by very fine tannins, followed by a very strong vanilla, liquorice, spice and black pepper aftertaste.
Cellar 3-4 years (2007-2008)