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Vines Shiraz (100 %)

Color: Dark purple color with red shades.
Smell: Fresh plum and subtle vanilla oak with hints of violets and floral aromas.
Taste: The generous silky palate is rich in blueberry and plum aromas, soft with round tannins, yet milk chocolate and warm spice aromas. Vibrant fruit flavors persist throughout the long luscious finish.
Food pairings: Perfect for lightly spiced ragu or a massaman vegetable curry, red meats and oriental meat dishes.

Vinification and aging: Fermentation was carried out in a static combination of rotary fermenters and warm temperatures for 6-7 days. This creation a balance between the extraction of tannins, appropriate for the structure of the wine and the preservation of the fruit and aromatic thrust.

Yalumba - Oxford Landing

Yalumba is located near the town of Angaston, in South Australia, in the Barossa Valley region and was founded by Samuel Smith who, in 1849, planted his first vineyard and thus began the history of the winery. The name of the property derives from the term used by the Australian aborigines to define "all the land around". Today the winery continues to be family run and represents the oldest Australian winemaking reality. Yalumba is based in South Australia famous for having 18 wine regions recognized for the quality of the wines produced; the winery owns vineyards in most of these regions namely Adelaide Hills, Adelaide Plains, Coonawarra, Barossa, Langhorne Creek, McLaren Vale, Murray Darling, Riverland and Wrattonbully. Since 1990 the company has been working both in agriculture and in the wine sector following the dictates of organic production in order to preserve the great environmental and viticultural heritage of the property. The vineyards are mostly planted with Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon. Another decisive element aimed at implementing the quality of Yalumba wines is represented by the choice to use its own tonnellerie, an indication of the great research and attention paid by the company to the production of its wines.

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