2016 Angas King McLaren Vale Shiraz A7
Region : McLaren Vale - A7
Palate: Full bodied, black currants and dark chocolate
Color: Deep plum
Character: Mediterranean climate south of the Barossa Valley with valleys and coastal influences add to the dimensions in this wine growing region. A great environment for slower ripening.
The McLaren Vale region produces a shiraz with ripe fruit characters, with fine tannins. Layers of plum, cranberries and dark chocolate characters. Aged in French oak for 18 months. Herbaceous with hints of fresh herbs of sage & mint.
The Angas King range is steeped in history and heritage. Named after the founder of the Barossa Valley George Fife Angas. Greenock Estate pays respect and homage to the founder with a range of four regional Shiraz from four famous wine regions in South Australia. Showing regional character & terroir of each Shiraz. This McLaren Valley Shiraz is a truly great example of a hand -crafted shiraz using traditional methods, basket pressed, open fermentation showcasing this McLaren Valley Shiraz, producing fine tannins. Serve: 16°C - 18°C
Cellar: 4 to 8 years