Categorized | New England, shiraz et al

Jilly Wines Cactus 2018

Shiraz viognier. The vines were planted mid to late 1990s, planted in the same town in New England as George Wyndham planted in 1841 – Bukkulla is the village. The site is covered in cactus and looks like a desert of the Americas, though the soil is all unusual in that it is blue granite. About 10% viognier with the lot, shiraz and viognier, whole bunch fermented.

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Tasted : OCT18
Alcohol : 13%
Price : $45
Closure : Diam
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