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I was quite impressed with this Shiraz/Syrah. The last bottle of shiraz I had was an '05 Banrock Station that was just too tannic, but Lindemans i... Read more
Concentrated plum and ripe berry flavors balanced by the typical pepper and spicy characteristics of Shiraz. Read more
Grapey and sappy, with almost candied cherry fruit, this is a young wine made to be consumed young. Try chilling it to give the cherry and chocolat... Read more
Food Pairings for Lindemans Shiraz South Africa
I was quite impressed with this Shiraz/Syrah. The last bottle of shiraz I had was an '05 Banrock Station that was just too tannic, but Lindemans is much softer on the palette while still being robust and fruity with a bit of spice to it. Went well, at least I thought it did, with a dinner of grilled lentil patties and sautéed pumpkin and apples with maple syrup. For $5.99 (USD), a good pick, to be sure.
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Concentrated plum and ripe berry flavors balanced by the typical pepper and spicy characteristics of Shiraz.
Grapey and sappy, with almost candied cherry fruit, this is a young wine made to be consumed young. Try chilling it to give the cherry and chocolate flavors greater focus and quaff it with burgers this summer.
Made with passion and expert craftsmanship, this full-flavoured and elegant wine is beautifully balanced. It will compliment any meal or occasion. Blackberry, liquorice and spice flavours Wine Austral
A bright, expressive aroma of cherry and summer pudding is overlaid by hints of dusty spice and framed by subtle vanilla oak characters. The palate is fruit-driven, with ripe plum and sweet dark cherry alongside elements of cinnamon and spice.
Ripe plum and sweet dark cherry flavors enhanced by vanilla and spice elements.
Many have already begun to enjoy the virtues of Australian Shiraz (nèe Syrah). For a change of pace from the fruit-laden Rosemount bottling or as a perfect introduction to the genre, Lindemans Bin 50 is an ideal choice. The 2001 manages to capture the fruity intensity of the grape while balancing it with moderate oak and tannin. Perfect with anything grilled.
Smooth and ripe, medium in weight, featuring appealing plum, spice and tar flavors that soften on the finish. Good now through 1997.
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