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Plum and blackberry flavours flood from this big softy - perfect with beef or lamb. There's vanilla and a hint of spiciness too, and the flavours just go on and on. It's a delight to drink on its own too especially on an autumn evening.
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This is a really, really, big, juicy, Shiraz - the kind of no-airs-and-graces Aussie that gave the fusty old wine world a big slap on the back 20 years ago saying 'g'day Cobber, get your laughing gear 'round this mate!' And no wonder the world took notice - this Shiraz is just delicious. Take a big whiff before you glug it down and you'll get a massive noseful of blackberries and plums, and when it hits your tongue there's a lovely kick of spice. Absolutely perfect with hearty beef or lamb casseroles (but nothing too spicy). This Bin 50, with its grapes selected by the Lindeman's experts from only a very few vineyards considered good enough to make the cut, has become a near definitive Aussie Shiraz.
Wine of South Eastern, Australia
Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
The full bodied palate shows blackcurrant, plum and vanilla flavours supported within a soft tannin structure that makes this wine immediately approachable
Lindeman's global popularity has been driven by the positive philosophy of Dr Henry Lindeman, who established Lindeman's in the Hunter Valley in 1843. Perfect for everyday moments, yet equally worthy of an occasion, Lindeman's immensely popular wines are approachable and accessible, with an unfailing record of consistent quality and timeless appeal.
Lindeman's is anchored in the acclaimed Hunter Valley wine region under the Australian sun. While Lindeman's was established in the Hunter Valley, it was an early pioneer of cross-regional sourcing and the Lindeman's portfolio showcases a broad range of Australian and international regions including wines from the Hunter Valley, Coonawarraand south-eastern Australia.
Cooler summer temperatures, with less extreme heat periods, provided ideal fruit ripening. Vintage 2015 will be seen as one of the top wine quality seasons, with varietal fruit expression and depth of colour in the reds.
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Not the best
Too tart with a bitter aftertaste. Love my Shiraz but this one is not for me.
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