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Pepperjack Porterhouse Graded Collection Shiraz 2021 (Langhorne Creek)

Pepperjack Porterhouse Graded Collection Shiraz 2021 (Langhorne Creek)

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The Pepperjack Porterhouse Graded Collection Langhorne Creek Shiraz 2021 vintage is a rich and bright red colour with dark purple rim, the nose shows rich and concentrated red and blue fruits, dark chocolate and hints of spice. The palate is plush with excellent structure. Fine, chalky tannins offer length and power while finishing soft, with a full of flavour.

This wine is matured in a combination of French and American oak barrels for 15 months. This wine can be enjoyed now, but will also improve with careful cellaring.

Wine Specifications

Variety: Shiraz

Size: 750mL

Region: McLaren Vale

ABV: 14.5%

Vintage: 2021

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Winery & Vintage Info

Just as different steak cuts have different flavour, texture and appeal - so do different Shiraz wines.

The Pepperjack Graded Collection showcases two different styles of Shiraz, created by our winemaker to perfectly match two of his favourite cuts of steak: Scotch Fillet and Porterhouse.

The 2021 Pepperjack Graded Porterhouse Langhorne Creek Shiraz was made to partner with Porterhouse steak, inspired by Langhorne Creek's ability as a region to produce wines with fantastic minerality, fine chalky tannins and length of flavour. These qualities also lengthen the flavour of the Porterhouse through the palate.

It was a challenging season with regular, but only light winter rainfall pre-empting a dry late-winter, spring and early summer period. However, the warm dry spring provided superb conditions for flowering and fruit set which was reflected in the good yields across the district. Summer brought cooler weather and some welcome rain at an ideal time. The reliable cooling ‚Äėlake breezes‚Äô provided a long cool ripening period. The mild conditions were ideal for early flavour and phenolic ripeness at lower Baume‚Äôs, leading to a generally steady harvest pattern. Early flavour-ripeness, coupled with the ideal weather, provided the opportunity to pick to style without the risk of over-ripe characters. Winery Notes

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