mixed verdelho-shiraz

Mixed Verdelho & Shiraz Dozen

$263.40 per dozen

Our Mixed Verdelho and Estate Shiraz Dozen

This Baddaginnie Run Mixed Verdelho & Shiraz dozen gives you the best of our two most popular wines.

6 Bottles of 2015 Verdelho and 6 bottles of 2015 Estate Shiraz.

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2015 Estate Verdelho Tasting Notes

A crisp wine with flavours of pear, lychees and a cleansing citrus finish. Originally from Portugal, Verdelho is a variety perfectly suited to our vineyard. For a balanced flavor profile, fruit was picked at Baume 13.8 and 14. Grapes gentle pressed to avoid any bitterness from skins. This has resulted in a wine of complex fruit driven flavours, with a lovely sugar/acid balance, and lower alcohol level. ‘A lovely dry crisp wine with fresh fruit flavours. Delicate aromas of green apple, spice and cut lemon, nicely weighted palate with well balanced acidity.’   Alc/Vol: 13.1% Drink now to 2019.

2015 Estate Shiraz Tasting Notes

This fine, elegant 2015 Shiraz is an excellent expression of our terroir. You’ll find hints of red cherry flavours, followed by supple tannins and a bright aromatic finish – and you may taste the wonderful granitic character the Ranges’ ancient rhyodacite soils coming through! Good acidity gives the fruit that lovely juicy character.

The Shiraz is crushed into a small open tub fermented and immediately inoculated with a neutral yeast strain. Tubs are hand plunged during fermentation and the wine left on skins for 15 days. Natural malolactic fermentation occurs in the barrel after pressing and wine remains on the lees for some 16 months, in French oak of which 30% is new French oak. A minimal pad filtration is performed on the way to bottling. Alcohol 14.5% Cellar Up to 15 years.



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