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Chateau Tanunda 'The Chateau' 100 Year Old Vine Shiraz, Barossa Valley, Australia 2014

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Ch??teau Tanunda, Icon of the Barossa, was established in 1890 and is the site of some of the Valley?????s earliest vines as well as its first winery. The ?????Old Vines????? series is all about showcasing the significant history and special wine characteristics and of a selection of old vine vineyards for which the Barossa valley is world famous. The Barossa is home to some of the world?????s oldest ungrafted Shiraz vines and the grapes for this wine come from just two small vineyards in the Eden and Nuriootpa sub-regions of the Barossa. The low-yielding ?????Centenarian????? vines, noted for their intensity of flavor, were planted more than a century ago around the time construction of the Ch??teau itself began. The bouquet is blackberry and dark plum, sweet and very ripe deliciousness, gorgeous fruit and juiciness. Deep, lush and supple, ample tannins, but they're ripe and fleshy.
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Chateau Tanunda 'The Chateau' 100 Year Old Vine Shiraz, Barossa Valley, Australia 2014
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Varietals Syrah and Rhone Varietals
Vintage 2014
Size 750ml
Region Australia
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GGW Tasting Notes Château Tanunda, Icon of the Barossa, was established in 1890 and is the site of some of the Valley’s earliest vines as well as its first winery. The ‘Old Vines’ series is all about showcasing the significant history and special wine characteristics and of a selection of old vine vineyards for which the Barossa valley is world famous. The Barossa is home to some of the world’s oldest ungrafted Shiraz vines and the grapes for this wine come from just two small vineyards in the Eden and Nuriootpa sub-regions of the Barossa. The low-yielding ‘Centenarian’ vines, noted for their intensity of flavor, were planted more than a century ago around the time construction of the Château itself began. The bouquet is blackberry and dark plum, sweet and very ripe deliciousness, gorgeous fruit and juiciness. Deep, lush and supple, ample tannins, but they're ripe and fleshy.
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