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Kangarilla Road 2011 Devil's Whiskers Shiraz

Delicious rich dark plums envelop your senses but still allow aromas of deeply perfumed dark red roses and an inviting hint of candied orange chocolate.The palate is all about the endlessly smooth dark berries including mulberries and blackberries. A suggestion of high cocoa chocolate enhances the gently spiced beautifully integrated French oak. Vineyard Notes: This Shiraz was sourced from two vineyards, one located in the gateway to McLaren Vale together with fruit from Maslin’s Beach (located very close to the Gulf St. Vincent at the south-western end of McLaren Vale). The gateway sourced Shiraz has lovely structure giving solid backbone to the wine with intense mid to back palate presence, the Maslin's portion contributes chalky tannins and minerality. Production Notes: This Shiraz was fermented in an open fermenter with floating cap management with four cap turnovers per day. The wine was gently pressed at dryness and aged for 18 months in new French oak hogsheads.

 Producer Kangarilla Road
 Region McLaren Vale
 Country Australia
 Varietals Shiraz (Syrah)
 Alcohol 14.5% alc/vol
 Vintage 2011

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Kangarilla Road
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Kangarilla Road

McLaren Flat, South Australia, Australia McLaren Flat, South Australia, Australia

Our Story Our love of wine and our curiosity for alternative varieties is what made McLaren Vale our home on Kevin’s birthday in March 1997; the day we decided to purchase a site once known as the old Cambrai Vineyard. This was the beginning of our journey to Kangarilla Road. We were confident...

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