Woop Woop Shiraz Woop Woop Shiraz 2009
External Reviews for Woop Woop Shiraz Woop Woop Shiraz
Bright purple. Blackberry, mulberry, violet and licorice on the nose, plus some vanillin oak. Lush, sweet and deep, with vivid flavors of black and blue fruits and a gently smoky oak influence. Finishes with soft tannins and good smoky persistence.
This appealing Shiraz is fashioned from a blend of McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek, Riverland, and Barossa fruit. The good news is that there are 18,000 cases of this lush, opulent Shiraz. Drink it over the next 2ndash;3 years to take advantage of its plump, black cherry, berry, peppery fruit. The tannin is soft, and surprisingly good structure kicks in in the finish.
Welcome in one of Premierrsquo;s most recent shiraz additions; it had to travel all the way from out in ldquo;woop wooprdquo; to get here! (ldquo;Woop wooprdquo; is an Australian term for a place in the middle of nowhere.) Wonderfully juicy, plump, and smooth, with good black cherry fruit and soft tannins, this shiraz would pair well with roast beef, turkey or pasta with red sauce.
This is a wine to cheer and shout about. Can I get a woop, woop?! Aw, yeah! It is a wonderfully juicy, plump, smooth wine and has a price that makes enjoying it often a wise choice. Roast beef, turkey, pasta with red sauce would pair nicely.
Welcome in one of Premier's most recent shiraz additions; it had to travel all the way from out in "woop woop" to get here! ("Woop woop" is an Australian term for a place in the middle of nowhere.) Wonderfully juicy, plump, and smooth, with good black cherry fruit and soft tannins, this shiraz would pair well with roast beef, turkey or pasta with red sauce.
Light in texture, with pretty blueberry and mint flavors. Drink now.
The 2003 Shiraz is a 100% Shiraz from such regions as Langhorne Creek, Riverland, McLaren Vale, and Fleuriu. Twenty percent was aged in oak, and the rest in tank. No wimpish red at 14.8% alcohol, it reveals a deep ruby/purple color, a big, peppery, black currant and cherry-scented bouquet, loads of flavor, and a hint of earth in the background. Supple-textured and luscious, it delivers a lot of flavor as well as character for the price. Consume it during its first 1ndash;2 years of life.
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Dietary Information: Organic
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