Reserve Shiraz, Wombat Hill, 2017
The fruit for Wombat Hill is grown in and around the Murray River region of South Eastern Australia which is Australia's largest winegrape producing area. The Reserve Shiraz is deepest dark red with a very youthful and vibrant garnet hue. The aromas are powerful and complex with a wealth of fruit ranging from ripe black cherries and blackberries with hints of eucalyptus and spice. The rich and full palate displays soft flavours of plum skin, mulberry and hints of vanilla and blackberry, These abundant flavours are underpinned by fine vanilla oak and defined by exciting spicy tannins. Perfect with rich char grilled steak or slow cooked game!
|Region||South East Australia|
|Alcohol % by Vol.||14.5%|
|Vegetarian & Vegan||Vegetarian suitable|
|Closure Type||Screw Cap|
|Style||Red - Full & round|
South East Australia
South Eastern Australia is a large zone that encompasses the Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales and Tasmania areas. Wines from the South East region can be made from anywhere within these states. This is a massive stretch of land with diverse growing conditions and ranges in quality.
The reds are generally produced from Shiraz, Grenache, Mourvedre and Cabernet grapes while the whites are made from Chardonnay, Riesling, Vioginer, Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon. This region also produces plenty of blends and unusual pairings.