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Bremerton Selkirk Shiraz

Bremerton Selkirk Shiraz

Bremerton Selkirk Shiraz offers distinctive varietal characters of dark berry fruit and savoury spice supported by soft supple tannins and complemented by well integrated oak. The wine is balanced on the palate and has great length.

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The name “Selkirk” is in recognition of our Grandfather’s heritage. This Scottish border town was the ancestral home of the Willson family.
The 2017 Selkirk Shiraz offers distinctive varietal characters of lifted white pepper aroma, dark berry fruit, plum and savoury spice. It displays a well-balanced palate structure, soft supple tannins and well integrated oak.
After fermenting in small open top fermenters the wine spent up to 18 months in selected new and older fine grain American & French oak. Parcels were chosen to give the final blend the best balance between varietal fruit character, complexity and structure.
CELLARING
Although drinking well now, this wine will reward with up to 4+ years.
SERVE
Matches well with Mediterranean foods, red meat and cheeses.

To find out more about the winery go to http://www.bremerton.com.au/Buy-Wine/Signature-Range

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Bremerton Selkirk Shiraz

Producer: Colour: RedGrape: AustralianRegion: South Australia, Langhorne CreekAlcohol: 14.5%Vintage: 2017Grape Details: ShirazSKU: BREME02

£15.99 a bottle

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This is a real family business – Craig & Mignonne Willson and their daughters Lucy & Rebecca. In 2001, Rebecca was named in the top five ‘Winestate Magazine’ winemakers of the year and ‘The Wine Society Young Winemaker of the Year for Cabernet Sauvignon’. We believe she is a star moving into ascendancy!

South Australia

Langhorne Creek is a little known region with major importance, especially for the production of red wine. Fragrant Cabernet Sauvignon with its minty overtones is the most significant product of the region. Viticulture dates from the 1850s when Frank Potts established Bleasdale the region’s only winery to stay in continuous production. It was only in the 1990s that the major wine companies started setting up in the region. Its significance being the availability and certainty of irrigation water from the Murray-Darling system, providing the facility to grow grapes of very good quality at relatively low costs. It has a mild climate with little variation across the region. The main wine styles: Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz.

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