Stanley Lambert Shiraz Barossa Valley the Family Tree 2004
The Family Tree Shiraz is produced by selecting fruit from a single vineyard at optimum ripeness. Matured in new American oak for 15 months then bottled and allowed to rest. Rich in fruit with velvety tannins and a lingering soft finish. Best allowed to breathe after opening. Grown on Jim and Pam Lambert’s estate vineyard, this Shiraz saw all the attention that an individual Family Vineyard could receive. The grapes were fermented for a prolonged period of time before being gently pressed and transferred to new American Oak Hogshead that had previously been air dried for 3 years in Australian conditions to allow the oak tannins to soften. During ageing, the wine was periodically allowed to “breathe” to enhance the flavours of the fruit and integrate the acids. A winemaking technique seldom used. Incredibly rich in flavours now, the wine will continue to improve, and develop a velvety texture with age.
At Stanley Lambert we create premium hand-crafted single vineyard red & white wines to give you the true experience of Barossa lifestyle. Home of the Thoroughbred Cabernet, Family Tree Shiraz, Silent Partner Cabernet and the famous Choc-a-Bloc dessert wine.
Amazing. There are no words.
The Family Tree Shiraz is produced by selecting fruit from asingle vineyard at optinum ripeness. Matured in new American oak for 15 month then bottled and allowed to rest.Rich in fruit with velvety tannies and lingering soft finish.Best allowed to breathe after opening Available in Malaysia ,to purchase please call HM wines at 0322828303
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