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BLEASDALE VINEYARD Bremerview 2014

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Bremerview Bremerview

BLEASDALE VINEYARD Bremerview 2014

Bleasdale’s ‘Prestige Range’ of varietal wines aim to allow the region to express itself naturally with minimum intervention in the winery. The reds ‘have an honest masculinity but are not brutish’. The Shiraz ‘is a ripe-fruit style with refined, cool-climate spice elements’. Bremerview Shiraz is a medium to full bodied wine showing intense ripe dark berry fruit aromas, a touch of fruitcake and some cinnamon spice. The palate is typically dense with blackberry preserve and smoky oak flavours and lingering ripe-fruit sweetness.
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Bleasdale’s ‘Prestige Range’ of varietal wines aim to allow the region to express itself naturally with minimum intervention in the winery. The reds ‘have an honest masculinity but are not brutish’. The Shiraz ‘is a ripe-fruit style with refined, cool-climate spice elements’. Bremerview Shiraz is a medium to full bodied wine showing intense ripe dark berry fruit aromas, a touch of fruitcake and some cinnamon spice. The palate is typically dense with blackberry preserve and smoky oak flavours and lingering ripe-fruit sweetness.
  • Style: Red
  • Vintage: 2014
  • Region: Langhorne Creek
  • Code: BBLCS
  • Varietal: Shiraz
  • Country: Australia

Region Langhorne Creek

Vines were first planted in Langhorne Creek in 1860. The region is a broad river plain influenced by the Bremer and Angas Rivers that was named after AlFranceed Langhorne a drover who crossed the Bremer River at a place named Langhorne Crossing, which evolved into its current name, Langhorne Creek. , Metala was the first property to plant Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon In 1891 and is still producing Franceuit to this day. A warm region with deep fertile alluvial soils Langhorne Creek is best known for Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. The wines are typically rich full-bodied styles often showing distinctive underlying eucalypt notes.