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2015 St Hallett 'Planted 1919' Shiraz WBX 750ml

2015 St Hallett 'Planted 1919' Shiraz WBX 750ml

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St Hallett’s Planted 1919 is a new premium flagship wine for the heritage Barossa label. Made from vines over 100 years old, it honours the Centenarian vines of the Barossa and the growers who have tended them. The debut release of this cuvée is the 2015 Shiraz, dedicated to the Noack family, sixth-generation Barossa farmers who have cared for these vines for 30 years. Planted 1919 is striking in its intensity, surprising in its freshness, and utterly memorable. Its ageing potential knows no bounds.

Fruit for this wine is hand-harvested and fermented as a single parcel, with skin contact for 10 days. It is matured for 18 months in 100% French oak (34% new), and then left to age for two further years in bottle. The result is a medium-to-full bodied Barossa red, rich with dense black fruits, dried herbs, white pepper and florals, leading to a lingering finish.

REGION: Barossa Valley



The Planted Series is a tribute to the centenarian vines from Barossa and to the growers who have nurtured them. It is because of their experience as world class viticulturists that these vines produce exceptional quality. The 2015 vintage release celebrates the Noack family, sixth generation Barossa farmers, who have tended these vines for three decades.

Deep crimson with soft brick hues. A bright and lifted bouquet with lovely floral notes, combined with hints of white pepper. Complexity develops further in the glass with dense blackberry and dried herbs. A very elegant and balanced wine. Delightful palate weight, more medium than full bodied, with layers of dark fruits and dark chocolate, with lovely herbal notes of dried bay leaf and a flinty mid palate. The tannins are firm, silky and polished with a long and even finish.

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