Langmeil 'The Fifth Wave' Barossa Grenache 2008
Crushing + stems: De-stem only Yeast Culture/s: Rhone Isolates Fruit treatment after harvest: Acid adjustment & Yeast & Yeast Nutrient additions only Batch Handling: Separate single vineyard wine Time on skins: 7 days with twice daily pump-overs Fermentation / maturation treatment: Open Fermented & Basket Pressed. Filtering / clarification / stabilization: Natural Settling prior to Racking & Filtration. Bottled without fining and filtration to ensure the true essence of the Barossa is captured. Sealed with a screw cap ensures that the wine, once opened, is as the Winemaker intended.
Food Pairings for Langmeil 'The Fifth Wave' Barossa Grenache
Colour: Medium depth, red, crimson. Aroma: Dark cherries and raspberry jam aromas mingle with hints of white pepper and sweet spice. Palate: Bright, sweet fruit flows onto the tongue with cherries dominating the flavour and chocolaty oak nuances add to the complexity. Fine, soft tannins and good acidity help balance the richness and the long and fruitful finish ends with that little hint of pepper and spice.
Dietary Information: Vegan
Aged 24 months in French Oak.
Notes: Matured in 100% Seasoned French Oak Hogheads
|Alcohol: 14.5%||pH: 3.24|
|Sugar: 1.2 grams per liter||Total Acidity: 6.50 grams per liter|
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