Black Label Ginger Rose Shiraz 2015

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The Ginger Rose Shiraz is a crowd favourite amongst our loyal fans and the 2015 will take things to a new level. Sourced from a single vineyard site in Murrumbateman, this is a wine to be savoured.
Elegant red fruits complexed by aromas of chocolate, pepper and Asian spice are found on the nose. The palate is medium bodied, as expected, showing great line and length with a high level of fruit intensity. The soft tannins and drive of the fruit give this wine an amazing length. Enjoy now but drinking until 2025. Maybe more…
With that Asian spice influence we suggest Asian glazed spiced ribs served with sautéed Chinese vegetables and soy.
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