Peter Lehmann Clancy's Barossa Red 2008
A dark center with a garnet rim. The nose shows lots of Barossa chocolate, dark plum and hints of violet. It is a wine with good fruit complexity which draws upon the attributes of each variety in the blend: Shiraz gives richness and fruit, Merlot adds a textural softness and the Cabernet Sauvignon with its firm tannins reins in the fruit to give a wine of flavor, balance and structure.
Peter Lehmann Wines is one of Australia’s most respected and innovative winemakers, creating wines that delight wine lovers around the globe. Winemaking operations are carried out at a single site located near Tanunda, in the heart of the internationally famous Barossa Valley, South Australia.
Editorial Reviews for Peter Lehmann Clancy's Barossa Red
Shiraz 56%, Cabernet Sauvignon, 37%, Merlot 7% This smells rather smoky, earthy and herbal and black curranty with hints of mint, vanilla and fennel seed adding some detail. A little sweetish and over-ripe on entry with a pruny, truffly edge to the core of simple if rich black cherry and cassis flavors. Tannins are a touch dry and the acidity well integrated, lending this a somewhat old-world feel but it’s a bit matte on the palate and the finish is dominated by the structure and shows a touch of heat. 82pts
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|Sugar: 1.20 g/l grams per liter|
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