Langhorne Creek is one of the best-kept viticultural secrets and is one of Australia’s oldest and most significant wine regions. The area was founded on the broad flood plain influenced by the local Bremer and Angas Rivers and enjoys cooling breezes from Lake Alexandrina.
Wines from Langhorne Creek have received many accolades, but the region was really put on the map by Wolf Blass achieving three successive Jimmy Watson trophies in 1973, 1974 and 1975. Since then the region has gone from strength to strength and is highly regarded, by those in the know!
Shiraz is a variety which does particularly well in the region, so we sourced premium grapes from selected vineyards across Langhorne Creek, to produce this stylish fruit driven Shiraz.
In the winery the grapes were vinified using a combination of fermentation techniques and French and American oak to build structure; this has produced a wine which exhibits layered complexity, spiciness, great depth of fruit and good oak integration.
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