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Morse Code Shiraz 2009, Shiraz Wine

Morse Code Shiraz 2009, Shiraz Wine

Origin: Australia - Australia
Characteristics: The Morse Code Shiraz is a fruit driven wine made with minimal oak contact to allow the fruit flavours and regional char-acters to be at the forefront.
The wine has a lifted perfumed nose, showing an array of floral characters in-cluding lavender and rose, ripe cherry fruit and hints of spearmint.
The palate is medium bodied and fruit driven with a nice depth of berry fruit, hints of liquorice and lavender, with a fleshy mid palate and finishing with a soft and supple tannin structure.
- notes from the winery
Expert Review
"The 2009 Morse Code Shiraz sees no new wood and just a little seasoned oak. Deep garnet-purple in color, it is intensely scented of warm blackberry, blueberry, eucalyptus and a touch of forest floor. High acid and plenty of juicy berry fruit with a low level of soft tannins are all in harmony on the palate leading to a long dark berry finish. Drink it now to 2014."
- Wine Review by Wine Advocate

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Price: $14.00/bottle
Bottle size: 750 mL
Bottles Per Case: 12
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