Kaesler Shiraz Barossa Valley Stonehorse 2007

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Grenache contributes soft aromatics and flavours, Shiraz some palate spine and a bit of spice, and the Mourvedre prov...

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Central Liquors
Washington, DC (2,400 mi)
USD 26.99
750ml
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This is a keeper. Really liked the wine as it had good full body and balance with a velvety finish and great aroma. Read more

The Aussies are quite fond of this blend, known as "GSM." This red is extremely chocolatey on the nose and full-bodied on the palate. Plush and com... Read more

This is a blend known as "GSM" of which the Aussies are fond. This example is extremely chocolate-y on the nose and full-bodied on the palate. Plus... Read more

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Snooth User: winehound69
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12/15/2010

This is a keeper. Really liked the wine as it had good full body and balance with a velvety finish and great aroma.


External Reviews for Kaesler Shiraz Barossa Valley Stonehorse

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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
01/13/2010

The Aussies are quite fond of this blend, known as "GSM." This red is extremely chocolatey on the nose and full-bodied on the palate. Plush and complex.


External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
11/07/2009

This is a blend known as "GSM" of which the Aussies are fond. This example is extremely chocolate-y on the nose and full-bodied on the palate. Plush and complex.


Winemaker's Notes:

Grenache contributes soft aromatics and flavours, Shiraz some palate spine and a bit of spice, and the Mourvedre provides breadth and depth. The oak is intended to support and add structure to the palate without compromising the drinkability of the wine.

Grenache contributes soft aromatics and flavours, Shiraz some palate spine and a bit of spice, and the Mourvedre provides breadth and depth. The oak is intended to support and add structure to the palate without compromising the drinkability of the wine.

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