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Tim Atkin is a UK-based Master of Wine (MW) and wine journalist with an international following.+
Blend: Shiraz 67%, Grenache 33%,
Grape Analysis: pH 3.58, TA 5.26, VA: 0,26
Alc (%vol): 13.77 %
Harvest: April 2014
Bottling: September 2015
Training Method: 5-Wire Curtain Trellis
Wood Maturation: 14 Months in French oak. 30% New, 40% 2nd Fill, 30% old.
Sight: Deep violet with black cherry hues. Clean and bright.
Nose: Intense blackberry, ripe plum, young prune and mulberry laced with cardamom and clove at first, giving way to a softer, juicy, ripe bush berry profile poised over elegant florals such as lilac and grape blossom.
Palate: Clean, fruity entry. Fruit follows nose with the addition of pomegranate picking up the mid- palate. The juicy, ripe fruit entry is complimented by soft, supple fruit tannins that give a well-rounded mouthfeel and texture, with a solid acid structure holding the body and weight. Style: Aromatic super fruits on the nose with a mature berry fruit profile on the palate.
Clean, focused fruit purity with optimal ripeness, balanced tertiary notes and good structure.