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Spotlight on Langhorne Creek
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Beyond the Labels
These top estate Shiraz and Cabernets are a wonderful way to explore the riches of the lovely Langhorne Creek region - and a great way to discover the differences between these two varieties too! Enjoy one of each from Lake Breeze, Lake Alex and Riverbank Estate.
Hurry to taste this deliciously dark customer favourite from Greg Follett’s lovely Lake Breeze estate, named Australia’s Champion Small Winery, Champion Wine 4 times and 25 trophies and 125 Golds. Traditional open fermentation was employed followed by maturation in French oak barriques for 20 months, prior to bottling. The wine displays a lifted aromatics of black fruits and violets, along with some cedary oak nuances. The concentrated palate has a lovely silky texture, showing chocolate and cassis flavours and a wonderfully long finish.
Close to Lake Alexandrina in Langhorne Creek is where you'll find the vineyards which produce the quality Shiraz fruit which makes its way into the Lake Alex Shiraz. Wineries and winemakers from even as far afield as the Hunter Valley, will source Langhorne Creek Shiraz for some of their top wines. It's an well-known industry secret that this is a region on the rise, especially given the fact that it's reds win some of Australia's biggest wine awards. Elegant, stylistically dark fruit with subtle chocolatey notes.
This classy, smooth as silk Cabernet hails from the famous soils of Langhorne Creek and the lovely 5 Red Star Lake Breeze estate. Hurry to reserve your share of this tiny volume red. Dark red and brilliant in the glass, Riverbank Cabernet offers pungent aromatics of black berry, ripe red cherry, red peppers and fresh herbs with hints of dark chocolate on the back palate.
This smooth, beautifully refined Shiraz is from the red soils of Langhorne Creek and a vineyard first planted by the great, great, great grandfather of winemaker Greg Follett. Tiny volumes made. Dark ruby colour with aromas of blackberries, allspice and clove which continue on to the palate. It’s soft enough to drink solo or complements rich osso bucco perfectly.