Laughing Bird Shiraz, SE Australia 2015

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Laughing Bird Shiraz, SE Australia 2015
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This 100% Shiraz is ripe and aromatic with notes of cherry, chocolate and vanilla to the fore. The palate continues the chocolate-cherry theme, with powder dry tannins and a fine, fresh acidity on the finish. A great match for grilled red meats.

Buy this if...you enjoy intense, ripe reds.

A smooth-sipping Shiraz with all the ingredients of a Black Forest Gateau - a teeny bit naughty but very nice...
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Percentage Alcohol

13.5

Region

South East Australia

Grape

Syrah / Shiraz

Country

Australia

Style

Medium Bodied

Vintage

2015

Food Match

Lamb, Mediterranean, Stews

£7.99
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The Producer

Taking its name from the famed Australian bird, the Kookaburra, the Laughing Bird series takes classic grapes and turns them in to smooth, easy drinking wines. The grapes are specially selected from small parcels of vines in South Eastern Australia, chosen for their slow-ripening potential.

Winemaking

The vines are carefully cultivated, with low yields producing intensely-flavoured grapes of outstanding quality.

The Region

The South-East Australia wine zone includes the states of South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania and New South Wales and produces wines from a variety of different vineyard sites across the smaller regions. While these can be inexpensive blended wines, some producers also use this as a way to create their own personal blends of regional styles.
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Potatoes with Chorizo

Spicy meats need a medium bodied red with bright fruit flavours. Try a smooth New World Shiraz which squares up with added spice.

Roast Pheasant with Lemon and Rosemary

Contrast the delicate savoury flavours in this dish with a light to medium-bodied red with good fruit intensity. You don’t want to go for overly tannic styles which will overpower the meat so stick to soft, supple styles such as Australian Shiraz.

Beef Carpaccio with Sherry and Citrus Vinaigrette

Not always the easiest dish to pair with wine, the main element of this Carpaccio is the punchy vinaigrette which needs a wine with good acidity and fruit flavour. The meat denotes a need for a red wine, but plump for fresh, medium bodied styles with peppery or spicy notes to complement the rare beef.


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