The inspiration of this unique Barossa Shiraz comes from the entwined story of England's "Mad King", George III, the operatic collaboration of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies and Randolph Stow and the visual art of Rod Schubert which all came together in a seamless symphony from the Barossa Music Festival.
Colour: Dense black with a garnet rim. Bouquet: Dark chocolate-dipped ripe plum aromas with a hint of smokiness.
Palate: Reflects the superb quality of the 2002 red wine vintage. It has deep, rich black berry fruits with lashings of chocolate reined in by soft tannins. Shiraz at its voluptuous best, with a deliciously velvet mouth feel.
The Vintage: 2002 was the coolest Barossa vintage on record.The reds are densely coloured with exceptional fruit concentration and structure.
Vineyards: Selected high quality, low yielding Shiraz vineyards of the north western districts of the Barossa Valley.
Expertise | Peter Lehmann Eight Songs Shiraz 2016
- 14,5 %
- 5,25 g/L
- Residual sugar
- 2,9 g/Liter
- Closure Type
- 0,75 L bottles
- goes well with
- Excellent with braised lamb shanks, rare beef, and richly flavoured, casseroles and, of course, excellent with aged cheddar cheeses.
- package size
recommended to decant (1 hour in advance), enjoy at 16-18°C, barrique style (18 months), stock 7 - 10 years from vintage,
Distributor: Reidemeister & Ulrichs, 28217 Bremen, Deutschland | Allergens: contains sulphites | Description/Ingredients: alcoholic beverage (red wine)