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2015 The Standish Shiraz
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- Cellar 6 - 8 years (2023-2025)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Cork
Magnificent colour saturation featuring a totally impenetrable inky black core with an equally deep dark purple black hue, A powerful combination of ripe blackberry, liquorice, dark plum and black cherry scents waft from the glass overlaying smoky vanillin oak, fennel and spicy pepper notes. The monumental palate is a pure concentrate of Shiraz boasting outstanding richness and power. Intense blackberry, liquorice and dark plum flavours explode across the mouth in a decadent no holds barred fashion. Beneath the hedonistic wall of fruit are complexing nuances of vanillin cedar, subtle fennel and spice. Excellent structure, the tannins possessing a sturdy feel providing the perfect spoil to the wines lavish, thickly textured feel. Exceptionally long aftertaste of ripe blackberries, liquorice, dark plums, vanillin oak, fennel and subtle spicy pepper.
Cellar 6-8 years.
From the Standish Family Vineyard on Siegersdorf Road, Vine Vale. 1912 planting.
Black fruit, liquorice, earth, grilled meat with pepper, dried roses, vanilla and exotic spices. Full bodied, rich and ripe, but savoury and controlled, thick with sooty and pleasantly raw-edged tannin, dense brooding flavour, a pulse of fresh acidity, then tannin and tar ‘n spice rolling into the long finish, and a surprising lingering mouth-perfume of roses and plums. Lots of layers here, and a more ‘natural’ feel than many Barossa Shiraz. It’s pretty bloody good. Drink 2018-2035.
Gary Walsh – The Wine Front