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2019 3 Rings Barossa Valley Shiraz

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Price:
$11.99
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Description

Producer: 3 Rings 
Region:
Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia 
Varietal:
Shiraz (Syrah) 
Year:
2019 

Wine Enthusiast, 90 Points (2016 Vintage) 

Tasting Note: 

"Rich, dense and intense with a mulberry to ink like hue. A subtle and sophisticated nose, leads to a powerful palate of ripe black cherries, the darkest and richest chocolate integrated with ripe dark juicy plum flesh, traces of freshly ground coffee beans with hints of black olive, peat and anise seed. Textual, well-balanced with mildly smooth tannins leading to a powerful but harmonious finish." 

Pairing Suggestion:

"Pair this wine with slow cooked brisket, grilled lamb, grass feed beef or a hearty beef stew and, of course, steak." 

About the Producer: 

"The 3 Rings label was founded in 2004 and soon thereafter was earning 90+ ratings for its Shiraz and Reserve Shiraz in the world wine media, with the grapes coming from the rich terroir of Australia’s famed Barossa Valley. The vineyards for 3 Rings Shiraz lie on an east-west slope with predominantly north-south rows, at an average age of 35 years.  The soils are ancient and primarily clay over calcrete and slate bedrock, moving to more weathered slate at the bottom of an ancient glacier.  Over the hills, the soils are deep, sandy loam and black clays. The grapes for 3 Rings Reserve Shiraz come from the nearby Kalimna sub-region of Barossa. It is a single vineyard owned by David Hickinbotham (one of the “three rings” of the wine’s name).  The terroir here also is sandy loam over black clay – and the age of the vines is an average of 85 years." 

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