Peter Lehmann Masters Black Queen Sparkling Shiraz 201375cl Volume
Peter Lehmann Masters Black Queen Sparkling Shiraz 2013
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Australia is not only known for koalas, Great Barrier Reef and kangaroos, but also for unique wines. The Australian red wine Peter Lehmann Masters Black Queen Sparkling Shiraz 2013 is produced in the Barossa Valley, which lies about 70 km northeast of Adelaide in the Australian state of South Australia. With a vineyard area of about 10,000 ha, it is the most famous wine-growing region in Australia.
For the Peter Lehmann Masters Black Queen Sparkling Shiraz 2013 the Syrah grape variety is produced, which was originally cultivated mainly in the French Rhone Valley. In South Africa, in Australia, in the USA and in Canada the variety is called Shiraz.
This Australian red wine presents a bouquet with aromas of plum and black cherry, which lead to an explosion of dark exotic fruits on the palate.
How about serving this wine with kangaroo meat?
Description of Peter Lehmann Masters Black Queen Sparkling Shiraz 2013
Peter Lehmann Masters Black Queen Sparkling Shiraz 2013 (Shiraz)
- View: intense red, fine and persistent perlage.
- Nose: aromas of chocolate, dark cherry, plum satsuma.
- Mouth: an explosion of dark and exotic fruits on the palate,
APPELLATION: Barossa Valley.
VINEYARD: low-yielding old vines.
AGEING: Aged for 12 months in French barrels. Base wine aged on lees for two years.
PREPARATION: skins during fermentation in a week to 10 days and then clarified.
PAIRING: barbecues, burgers and hot wings. Also a very good curry, smoked oysters with envuelas bacon, pancakes roasted turkey or duck grilled. Fermented wine bottle basis.
How to serve
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Reviews of Peter Lehmann Masters Black Queen Sparkling Shiraz 2013
Deep colour at first sight. A South Australia with yeasty aromas. It has cute flavours.
It's red with a violet edge. This Peter Lehmann Masters Black Queen Sparkling Shiraz had good scents of red fruits. It tastes just like wine, as it has to be.
I drank before the main meal, with starters and snacks.
It has a very nice colour. Peculiar aromas of raspberry. Toasted background in the mouth.