FARMER'S LEAP - Shiraz - Padthaway

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AU90
Vintage: 2013

FARMER'S LEAP - SHIRAZ - Padthaway, AUSTRALIA - 2012

A full bodied Shiraz rich with a very dark, red cherry plum colours, has a bouquet hinted with black cherry and summer berries with lifted mocha. The taste on the palate reveals intense dark berries, plum and cherries with underlying mocha, liquorice and spice. This wine has a velvety elegance finishing with long lingering integrated oak and fine tannins.

Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

RM95.00
Country AUSTRALIA Region Padthaway Grape Varietal Shiraz

Product Description

Description

On the palate the wine is full and rich with fresh lively dark fruit characters and savoury spice, yet has soft and silky tannins and a lingering finish. Fresh blackcurrant and plum aromas intermingle with fragrant lavender, hints of dried herbs and vanilla. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat Grilled & BBQ meats, stews.
  • Cheese Hard cheeses

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Grape Varietal Shiraz
Vintage 2013
Region Padthaway
Country AUSTRALIA
Winemakers Renae Hirsch
Producer Farmer's Leap
Average Age of Vines 23 years
Production 5,000 dozen
Harvest Method Mechanical
Fermentation and Maceration The fruit was fermented on skins for eight days before being pressed and transferred to barrel for 15 months maturation. A mix of 80% French and 20% American oak was used
Aging Oak maturation: 24 months in a combination of new and old American and French barrels.
Mouth Attribute Fruity, Long Finish, Oaky, Powerful, Rich
Nose Attribute Dark Fruit, Herbal, Spices
SKU AU90

Vineyard Info

Farmers are no strangers to risk. But when you know your land and what makes it tick, such risks often reap great rewards. When Scott Longbottom and Cheryl Merrett took the leap to plant vines on their Padthaway land in 1993, they applied the know-how handed down from three generations of farmers. This place is part of their DNA. The reward? Much like Scott and Cheryl, the wines are honest and approachable, wines they are proud to put on the table and enjoy with their friends.

Now at the end of a long day breeding livestock and harvesting onions, Scott and Cheryl can crack a bottle they’re happy to share and call their own. They know you will either like them or love them – they’ve done their bit, the rest is up to you. FARMER'S LEAP Shiraz is sourced from two sites in close proximity; one with red clay over limestone providing richness and intensity, the other at the base of the hillside on a sandy loam soil also over limestone-which provides freshness and elegance to the wine.

Description

On the palate the wine is full and rich with fresh lively dark fruit characters and savoury spice, yet has soft and silky tannins and a lingering finish. Fresh blackcurrant and plum aromas intermingle with fragrant lavender, hints of dried herbs and vanilla. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat Grilled & BBQ meats, stews.
  • Cheese Hard cheeses

Awards

More Information
Grape Varietal Shiraz
Vintage 2013
Region Padthaway
Country AUSTRALIA
Winemakers Renae Hirsch
Producer Farmer's Leap
Average Age of Vines 23 years
Production 5,000 dozen
Harvest Method Mechanical
Fermentation and Maceration The fruit was fermented on skins for eight days before being pressed and transferred to barrel for 15 months maturation. A mix of 80% French and 20% American oak was used
Aging Oak maturation: 24 months in a combination of new and old American and French barrels.
Mouth Attribute Fruity, Long Finish, Oaky, Powerful, Rich
Nose Attribute Dark Fruit, Herbal, Spices
SKU AU90

Farmers are no strangers to risk. But when you know your land and what makes it tick, such risks often reap great rewards. When Scott Longbottom and Cheryl Merrett took the leap to plant vines on their Padthaway land in 1993, they applied the know-how handed down from three generations of farmers. This place is part of their DNA. The reward? Much like Scott and Cheryl, the wines are honest and approachable, wines they are proud to put on the table and enjoy with their friends.

Now at the end of a long day breeding livestock and harvesting onions, Scott and Cheryl can crack a bottle they’re happy to share and call their own. They know you will either like them or love them – they’ve done their bit, the rest is up to you. FARMER'S LEAP Shiraz is sourced from two sites in close proximity; one with red clay over limestone providing richness and intensity, the other at the base of the hillside on a sandy loam soil also over limestone-which provides freshness and elegance to the wine.