Dandelion Vineyards Lionheart Of The Barossa Shiraz 201875cl
Dandelion Vineyards Lionheart Of The Barossa Shiraz 2018
|Type Of Wine:||red wine|
|Vintage:||2018 Other vintages|
|Appellation:||Barossa Valley (South Australia, Australia)|
|Volume:||75cl Other volumes|
|Wine Level In The Bottle:||Top-Shoulder (THE - Très Haute Epaule)|
Description of Dandelion Vineyards Lionheart Of The Barossa Shiraz 2018
Dandelion Vineyards Lionheart Of The Barossa Shiraz 2018 (Shiraz)
- View: Given, it is characterized by a seductive red with violet hues juveniles.
- Nose: The nose is perceived with aromar delicious fruit and a bouquet of very moderate oak, rosemary, thyme, with a touch of chocolate, freshly ground white pepper and cinnamon, earthy feel.
- Mouth: It is distinguished by a rich mouthfeel, palate feels clean, clear and definite, tannins dry and dusty slide in the mid-palate and mitigate any fear of the effect of pump fruits, the palate is an elegant composition sweetness and fruit flavor and a touch of bitter chocolate, makes unmistakable the Barossa shiraz.
APPELLATION: Barossa Valley (Australia).
GRAPES: 100% Shiraz.
AGEING: Fermentation is natural, it is done in open fermenters naturally for eight days, then hand-dipped twice a day, before carefully push the basket in French oak barrels. After 18 months of maturation and racking in the same oak, bottled unfiltered clarify.
PREPARATION: The harvest is handpicked the whole bunches of Shiraz late April, then crushed gently and placed in oak barrels until the desired fermentation.
WINE PAIRING: It is extremely versatile, combines perfectly with all foods such as poultry, meat, stews, venison, or mature hard cheeses.
Reviews of Dandelion Vineyards Lionheart Of The Barossa Shiraz 2018
- Lifted blue fruits, blood plum, ripe blackberries and Christmas pudding-like spice flow out of the glass with spicy pepper, and hints of bramble and dark chocolate.
- Generous mouth filling sweet blackberry, raspberry and plums cover the palate with lashings of sweet spice.
- Firm but fine tannins and dark chocolaty nuances continue throughout the lengthy palate with a youthful finish.
If you like wood-flavoured wines, this is perfect.
From Dandelion Vineyards it is the best I've drunk.