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Berton Vineyards The Black Shiraz Metal Label 2019

75cl

Berton Vineyards The Black Shiraz Metal Label 2019

£11.50
£11.50
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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: red wine
Vintage: 2019 Other vintages
2018, 2017, 2016 and 2015
Appellation:South East (New South Wales, Australia)
Winery: Berton Vineyards
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Shiraz
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 14.5%
Wine Level In The Bottle: Top-Shoulder (THE - Très Haute Epaule)
Berton Vineyards produces this Berton Vineyards The Black Shiraz Metal Label 2019 (£11.50), a red wine from the region of South East with a blend based on shiraz of 2019 and has an alcoholic content of 14.5%. Drinks&Co users reviewed this red wine with 4 of 5 points.

Description of Berton Vineyards The Black Shiraz Metal Label 2019

Berton Vineyards The Black Shiraz Metal Label 2019 (Shiraz)

TASTING NOTES:

  • View: Color black strong and intense purple.
  • Nose: The bouquet stands out as a highly fragrant wine, which evokes pleasant aromas of blackberry and plum, which are on a delicate profile nuances of toasted vanilla and spicy oak.
  • Mouth: The palate is quite tasty and intense, with delicious notes of plum, blueberry and mocha. The tannins of this wine are quite ripe and dense, giving a very good structure and length on the palate.

APPELLATION: South East (New South Wales, Australia).

VINEYARD: Berton Vineyards.

GRAPES: Syrah.

WINE PAIRING: Ideal with beef, veal, venison, poultry and venison.

RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 16-18 ° C

ALCOHOL: 14.5%

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The Winery

Berton Vineyards

Bob and Cherie set about planting the first Berton Vineyard cuttings that spring - ten acres of Shiraz and seven acres of Chardonnay - without any permanent water - it wasn't until the following year, in 1998 when the dam filled that the vines got a decent drink!! It was due to these conditions and the seemingly hydrophobic podsolic soils that the vines struggled to become established. After a few years where the vines still looked like rootlings, a Swedish friend jokingly called it the bonsai vineyard - and the name stuck and later became the name of their premium Shiraz. High Eden has a high annual rainfall so the vines are looking good these days... but they still remember the early days every time they crack open a bottle of Bonsai! After the dam was established and water plentiful they went on to plant Cabernet sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc.

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4 /5

Possibly Berton Vineyards most popular wine. Full of spicy, yet soft blackcurrant fruit and still holding it's own with a solid alcohol content, the wine is actually very approachable. The winemakers source the darkest and most flavoursome Shiraz grapes from premium areas across South Eastern Australia and make a wine that balances fruit and alcohol, but also looks great and is a reasonable price.
Strong, purple black and intense (hence the name) yet surprisingly soft and easy drinking for such a high alcohol wine - just how Aussie Shiraz should be!
Gold Medal: China Wine & Spirits Awards (2015 vintage)
Gold Medal: San Francisco IWC (2015 vintage)
Bronze Medal: Decanter World Wine Awards (2015 vintage)
Bronze Medal: International Wine Challenge 2016 (2015 vintage)
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4/5

Possibly Berton Vineyards most popular wine. Full of spicy, yet soft blackcurrant fruit and still holding it's own at 14% alcohol, the wine is actually very approachable. The winemakers source the darkest and most flavoursome Shiraz grapes from premium areas across South Eastern Australia and make a wine that balances fruit and alcohol, but also looks great and is a reasonable price.
Strong, purple black and intense (hence the name) yet surprisingly soft and easy drinking for such a high alcohol wine - just how Aussie Shiraz should be!
Gold Medal: China Wine & Spirits Awards (2015 vintage)
Gold Medal: San Francisco IWC (2015 vintage)
Bronze Medal: Decanter World Wine Awards (2015 vintage)
Bronze Medal: International Wine Challenge 2016 (2015 vintage)
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Lebonvin

4/5

Possibly Berton Vineyards most popular wine. Full of spicy, yet soft blackcurrant fruit and still holding it's own at 14% alcohol, the wine is actually very approachable. The winemakers source the darkest and most flavoursome Shiraz grapes from premium areas across South Eastern Australia and make a wine that balances fruit and alcohol, but also looks great and is a reasonable price.
Strong, purple black and intense (hence the name) yet surprisingly soft and easy drinking for such a high alcohol wine - just how Aussie Shiraz should be!
Gold Medal: China Wine & Spirits Awards (2015 vintage)
Gold Medal: San Francisco IWC (2015 vintage)
Bronze Medal: Decanter World Wine Awards (2015 vintage)
Bronze Medal: International Wine Challenge 2016 (2015 vintage)
View more
Lebonvin

4/5

Possibly Berton Vineyards most popular wine. Full of spicy, yet soft blackcurrant fruit and still holding it's own at 14% alcohol, the wine is actually very approachable. The winemakers source the darkest and most flavoursome Shiraz grapes from premium areas across South Eastern Australia and make a wine that balances fruit and alcohol, but also looks great and is a reasonable price.
Strong, purple black and intense (hence the name) yet surprisingly soft and easy drinking for such a high alcohol wine – just how Aussie Shiraz should be!
Gold Medal: China Wine & Spirits Awards (2015 vintage)
Gold Medal: San Francisco IWC (2015 vintage)
Bronze Medal: Decanter World Wine Awards (2015 vintage)
Bronze Medal: International Wine Challenge 2016 (2015 vintage)
View more
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