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Limited Two Shiraz 2004

Hand Picked | Basket Pressed

Limited Two is a reference to the best two barrels of our Shiraz for the vintage. We nurture the grapes from the vineyard with hand picking, open top fermentation and basket pressing.

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Appearance: Intense inky black, hues of dark purple.

Aroma: Complex rich varietal aromas of black pepper, dark fruits, plum jam, sarsaparilla, cedar with underlying nuances of dark liquorice and prune rounding off the nose.

Palate: Limited Two Shiraz displays intense rich fruit concentration; almost treacle like. Abundant plum, dark berries, anise and black pepper give rise to firm tannins and remarkable length to the lingering palate. A Shiraz not for the faint hearted!

Region: 100% Barossa Valley

Sub Region: 100% Greenock Shiraz

Production: 60 cases

pH: 3.55

Total Acid: 7.2 g/L

Alcohol: 16.0%

Maturation: 6 months in new American oak hogsheads followed by 21 months maturation in tight grain French oak hogsheads

Cellar Potential: Superb fruit intensity will reward the drinker after 15+ years of careful cellaring

Winemaker: Shawn Kalleske


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