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Brothers In Arms Shiraz Langhorne Creek 2005

Winemaker's Notes:

Vibrant, deep red colour with purple hues. Ripe, earthy dark fruit/blackberry aromas, anise, black pepper, mocha chocolate and subtle hints of mint and vanilla. The palate is comprised of layers of velvet, intense, sweet ripe fruit flavours that are balanced and well structured. The tannins are supple, textured and lengthy resulting in an approachable wine now, but with cellaring potential of up to 10-12 years.

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Brothers in Arms Pty Ltd:
Brothers In Arms, the essence of Langhorne Creek, evolved from five generations of grape growing tradition. The vines my great-great grandfather planted in 1891 led to the estate vineyard known as “Metala” vineyard, recognised as one of the most famous in South Australia. The Brothers in Arms label, released in 1998 is rich in old vine fruit, some as old as 118 years! For years one of the wi... Read more
Brothers In Arms, the essence of Langhorne Creek, evolved from five generations of grape growing tradition. The vines my great-great grandfather planted in 1891 led to the estate vineyard known as “Metala” vineyard, recognised as one of the most famous in South Australia. The Brothers in Arms label, released in 1998 is rich in old vine fruit, some as old as 118 years! For years one of the wine industry’s best kept secrets, Langhorne Creek is now a strong premium wine producer in its own right. The “blood” that flows through the veins here is red ~ Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz. This is red wine country. Read less

Vibrant, deep red colour with purple hues. Ripe, earthy dark fruit/blackberry aromas, anise, black pepper, mocha chocolate and subtle hints of mint and vanilla. The palate is comprised of layers of velvet, intense, sweet ripe fruit flavours that are balanced and well structured. The tannins are supple, textured and lengthy resulting in an approachable wine now, but with cellaring potential of up to 10-12 years.

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