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The Rare Find Shiraz 2020 Gift Box

The Rare Find Shiraz 2020 Gift Box

The Rare Find Shiraz 2020 Gift Box

RRP (750 mL)
$50.00
750 mL
$50.00
1 x 750 mL
$50.00

Overview

Overview

The Pepperjack range is a tribute to the Barossa’s rich heritage. Our winemaking team have respect for traditional winemaking techniques yet are also dynamic and imaginative. Pepperjack winemakers are conscious of modern wine styles and create wines that reflect their passion for this special region. 

Varietal Shiraz
Vintage 2020
Country Australia
Region Barossa
Volume 750 mL
Enclosure Screw Cap
Alc/Vol 14.5%
Peak Drinking Enjoy Now
Winemaker Richard Mattner

Taste Description

Taste Description

Nose

The nose shows ripe blackberries, plum, dark chocolate with aromas of spice, violets, and integrated oak.

Flavours and Palate

The palate is rich and plush with good structure. There are concentrated layers of blueberry, Satsuma plum and dark cherries fruits with layers of velvety tannins and a slatey minerality that gives power, length and finesse while finishing full of flavour.

Awards and Accolades

Awards and Accolades

Silver 2022 Royal Queensland Wine Show

Viticulture

Viticulture

The growing season started dry and continued that way, with the 2019 calendar year was the driest on
record for the Nuriootpa weather station. In some parts of Barossa, flowering was upset by a frost in
mid-October. In early November flowering wine grapes endured a period of strong winds, followed by many cold nights through mid-November. Then in late November, extremely hot weather affected later flowering areas and varieties. A hot December followed, with 16 days in December over 35oC. Not surprisingly, the combination of all these extremes meant the vines generally set below average bunch size, and berries remained smaller than normal as they developed. Later January and February provided some relief. 21mm of rain in early February, enabled many vineyards to slowly ripen their grapes, allowing picking to occur at optimal ripeness.