Varietal: Shiraz

Vintage: 2017

Region: Orange, New South Wales 

Notes: There’s something very aristocratic about the premium Shiraz. Opaque and brooding when poured, with classic aromas of white pepper, graphite, dried herbs and plums – fragrant and refined.

It’s medium weight, but lacks nothing as it is amazingly balanced and integrated for a wine of its age.  Oak is present, although it’s happy to play a supporting role.  The core of this wine is built around intense fruit from low-yielding vines from a vintage of great quality.  It will outlive most Australian Shiraz from traditional warmer regions, and is far more food friendly.

Review from Nic Butler – ‘The Wine Guy”

Ross Hill Estate - Shiraz - Orange, NSW 2017

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