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Domaine Terlato & Chapoutier Shiraz Lieu Dit Malakoff 2009

Domaine Terlato & Chapoutier Shiraz Lieu Dit Malakoff 1.50L 2009      
Sku: 1753915*

This majestic Shiraz comes from the spectacular Malakoff estate, low-yielding (less than 1t/acre), high-concentration vineyard site in Central Victoria. Gone is the over-ripe, alcoholic in-your-face style of so many Australian shiraz wines. In its place is a medium bodied wine wrapped in a silky texture that is a revelation of what Australian shiraz can be when made by one of the great winemakers of syrah. This variety has been interpreted by two renowned wine families; Rhône master Michel Chapoutier, together with wine authority and Napa Valley vintner Anthony Terlato. The soil profile of the Malakoff vineyard is remarkably similar to that of France's northern Rhône Valley and the area's climate is ideal for growing superior quality Shiraz.

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Opaque ruby. Powerful, spice-accented aromas of blueberry and cherry compote, with a suave floral nuance building with air. Juicy, penetrating black and blue fruit flavors show very good depth and a bracing, spicy quality on the back half. Finishes sweet and long, with lingering spiciness and florality.
The Terlato-Chapoutier wines offer a refreshing, medium-bodied style of Australian Shiraz. Anise and mint feature prominently in this vintage, plus notes of blackberry, espresso and spice. Drink now-2016. - Editor’s Choice

Technical notes
Alcohol: 14.0%

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Country: Australia
Region: Victoria
Sub-Region: Western Victoria
Appellation: Pyrenees
Grape Varietal: Syrah
Type: Still wine
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