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    Heirloom Barossa Shiraz 2017 CONFIRM 2017 VINTAGE

    Shiraz Barossa South Australia
    An essential part of the process at Heirloom is a close and uncompromising husbandry of some wonderful old vines. Respect for nature's fruits is unequivocal, each bunch of grapes is carefully sorted for excellence and health. Before the wines are made, the harvest stands on its own merit as a bounty of the most exceptional fruit. Open fermented and judiciously aged in the choice of French barriques, its profound nose of sen sen, blackbean and soy, precedes a melty chocolate palate of velvet textures and fleshy ripe plum, seasoned by twists of the pepper mill and curls of cinnamon nutmeg oak.
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    $323.00
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