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Oakridge Vineyard Shiraz Magnum 2019


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Wine Details

Region Yarra Valley

State Victoria

Wine Type Red Wine

Variety Type Shiraz

Alcohol Percentage 14.1%

Tasting Notes

Vibrant purple with a purple red hue. Luscious fruit aromatics leap from the glass - blackberry, dark cherry and plums, with hints of black olive and pepper and the slightest fleck of oak framing it all. The palate is pure fruited, all blackcurrant, plum and red currants with a spice element adding complexity. Bright yet balanced acidity and fine, long tannins are supportive of the fruit. Layered and textured with both poise and presence.

Vineyard Notes

This wine was sourced from the north-facing Oakridge vineyard sited in the grey alluvial loams of Coldstream.

Winemaker's Notes

A traditional winemaking approach was used to produce this wine – 70% whole berry and 30% whole bunch fermentation in open vessels followed by 14 months maturation in French oak puncheons.

Vintage Notes

A warm, wet spring followed a dry summer and autumn has delivered good crops in near perfect harvesting conditions resulting in strong varietal characteristics.


Title Langtons Yarra Valley Wine Show 2020

Description Gold Medal

Title Langtons Yarra Valley Wine Show 2020

Description Best Shiraz of Show

Product Reviews (2)

Halliday Wine Companion

“Plums and berries are at the core of this shiraz. But it’s most definitely savoury; spicy and peppery with very nicely controlled smoky reduction woven across the bouquet and palate. Full bodied, with determined tannins and a wonderful sense of clarity throughout.” – Jane Faulkner

Wine Reviewer - 94pts

“Autumnal, earth and blackberry with cedar like spice on the nose. An elegant, medium bodied wine with drying dark cherry and blackberry fruit. Unsweetened liquorice and bramble frame with mid palate but is balanced by just enough dark berry fruits. Such a textural and enjoyable wine that will live for decades.” – Patrick Eckel

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