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Philip Shaw No. 17 RED BLEND 2018

Philip Shaw No. 17 RED BLEND
Category: Wine > Red Wine
Alcohol: 14.2%
Unit Size: 75.0 cl
Origin: Australia
Body: d - Medium to Full
Maturity: Drink now, but will keep
Retail: £22.99
Stock: In Stock
Martinez Ref: AUSIER140
Please be aware this is a previous vintage pictured.

Tasting Note

Colour: Dark garnet red
Bouquet: dark berry fruits with undertones of dried herbs and cigar box.
Palate: Elegant and refined with lovely berry fruits framed by supple savory tannins.
Grapes were destemmed, sorted and crushed into small batches for ferment. Wines were fermented with wild yeast, gaining layered complexity. Extended time on skins post fermentation gave the wine greater depth and savoury characteristics. The wine was pressed, and racked to oak for maturation. It was then left to evolve in oak for 16 months before blending for bottling.