Southeastern Australia, rather than being classified as a wine region in the traditional sense, is officially classified as a ‘viticultural super zone.’ It measures some 1250 miles and reaches from the Pacific coast in Queensland to the Indian Ocean. The sheer scale of this zone and the diversity of its climates, zones and latitudes, make it a virtual spice market for winemakers to choose from when selecting their vineyards and their grapes.
This Shiraz shows a deep red color with purple hues. Aromas of mixed berries and spice stand out alongside hints of licorice and mocha. The palate is rich and spic with ripe berries, plum, and a hint of spice and chocolate.