Wine from Australia
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This vendor is located at 578 Gateway Drive, Napa, CA 94558
True to the new-style of Australian Chardonnay, the grapes were picked early in the harvest and cold fermented in stainless steel tanks. Part of the batch was then barrel matured for about 4 months in 1 year old oak (French & America) and blended back to give just a hint of oak characters. Partial malolactic fermentation supports a hint of butteriness, though remains fresh, crisp and vibrant.
The wine displays exotic fruit and spice along with classic lemon peel and herbal notes. The palate is well-balanced, crisp and refreshing with a pure acid line and there is a mineral character to the finish.
Talbingo Hill Shraz is a deep ruby color. It has a nose of black cherry and bright berry with a palate that is sweet with candied plum and soft fruit flavors with just a hint of black pepper with a firm tannin structure and oak note. Wine is great to be consumed now but should be drunk prior to 2015.
This Shiraz is an exciting full flavored Shiraz showing hints of spicy white pepper and ripe plum over smoky oak. The rich generous fruit palate has soft, ripe tannins well balanced with oak and a long lingering fruit finish. Perfect with rich red meat dishes, your favorite pasta or simply anytime.
Layered aromas of citrus, green apple and honeydew melon carry through to the rich, creamy palate.
The wine has an aromatic nose of yellow: flowers, citrus and melon. On the delicious palate, tangy flavors of sweet lime (a yellow fruit) / lemon / perhaps a little green lime, gooseberry, yellow melon, some minerality and slight herbalness.
This wine has an intense crimson color, maintaining its hue throughout the glass. This is a wine that will drink well during the next three to four years, and a great match for almost anything on the grill.
This medium-bodied wine offers notes of black cherry, pepper, spice, plum, smoky oak and dark chocolate.
This Shiraz is ideally paired with red meats and pastas.
Enjoy served chilled on its own or try it with a bowl of fresh steamed mussels in garlic broth.