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2015 Torbreck Woodcutter’s Shiraz
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- Cellar 4 - 5 years (2020-2021)
- ABV 15%
- Closure: Stelvin
The name Woodcutter’s stems from former owner/winemaker David Powell’s several years spent working the Scottish Highlands as a lumberjack in the Torbreck forest. "This is the kind of red I liked to drink with a hearty meal after a hard day’s work in the woods" says Powell. He understood how to make a wine that's the perfect ‘knock off’ drink - unpretentious, eminently satisfying and priced to allow for regular indulgence. The fruit for the Woodcutter’s Shiraz is sourced from hand harvested and hand tended plots throughout the North Western Barossa Valley and fermentation takes place in a combination of cement, wooden and stainless steel vats for 6-7 days. It is then basket pressed to well seasoned hogsheads and French oak foudres for 12 months and bottled without fining or filtration.
Packed with richness and succulent fruit the Woodcutter’s Shiraz is the ideal Winter red.
Totally opaque inky black dark purple colour with a deep dark purple black tinged hue. Ripe black plum, liquorice and black cherry aromas jump from the glass with ensuing, smoky vanillin oak and spice notes. Rich and plush in texture the palate possesses a deep core of succulent fruit layering the mouth with ripe dark plums, liquorice and blackberries over a back drop of smoky vanillin oak. Finishes spicy with velvet smooth tannins. Long dark plum, liquorice, smoky vanillin oak and spicy pepper aftertaste.
Drink this Barossa beauty over the next 4-5 years