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Art Series Shiraz

Art Series Shiraz

2019 Shiraz
Margaret River, WA

Gentle textures, woven layers and bright acidity meet seamlessly. Dense Satsuma plums, redcurrants and raspberries surround the mid palate. Elements of smoked cedar and cracked coffee bean combine with a mineral thread, leading to long structural tannins.

$55.50 each

Description

Bright, elegant, and fragrant, the nose has heightened floral notes of violets, lavender, cardamom and pepper medley. The core of fruit is in the line of black cherries and blueberries. Clove, cinnamon, burnt toffee and petrichor provide delicate complex.

Gentle textures, woven layers and bright acidity meet seamlessly. Dense Satsuma plums, redcurrants and raspberries surround the mid palate. Elements of smoked cedar and cracked coffee bean combine with a mineral thread, leading to long structural tannins.

"A 20% inclusion of whole bunches during fermentation has played a strong hand in elevating this beautiful example of the quality seen in the 2019 vintage. It has such life and vibrancy and that is due in a large part to that whole bunch inclusion. Brilliant bright colour with hues of crimson and purple on the fringes. The palate is in that medium zone with an effortlessly graceful ease about it. Spicy and perfumed with a mix of cherry and plum. Oak, which is a mix of one, two year old and new oak is brilliantly managed to gently coax all that is good from this variety. Love the texture and the long focused chalky feel in the mouth.”
96 points
Ray Jordan, WinePilot.com
March 2022
"Margaret River’s reputation is primarily connected to chardonnay and cabernet sauvignon, but Tim Lovett believes that shiraz has “awesome potential” and will be seen as a leading variety in the region. The aromas, fine textures and medium weight of the evolving Leeuwin Art Series Shiraz is consistent with the increasing popularity of Burgundian and Rhone styles. Increasingly Australian grenache and shiraz are becoming alternatives to pinot noir. There has been substantial investment in developing and defining an Art Series Shiraz style. Medium crimson. Fresh pepper, herb garden, hint mint, red cherry, cranberry aromas. Well balanced Cotes du Rhone style with plentiful peppery, spicy rec cherry redcurrant cranberry fruits fine lacy dry tannins and integrated fresh acidity. Finishes firm with plentiful sweet fruit. An early drinking style with very attractive buoyant fruits and mineral length. Drink Now – 2028”
Andrew Caillard MW, The Vintage Journal
March 2022

Wine Details

Region

Margaret River

Vintage

2019

Type

Red Wine

Variety

Shiraz

Variety Composition

98% Shiraz, 2% Malbec

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