Monday, 8 August 2016

2014 Blass Noir Barossa Valley Shiraz

AN innovative Wolf Blass label from low-yielding Barossa Valley
wines to pair with crispy duck legs roasted with plums and five-spice.

ONE TO NOTE: WOLF Blass have released a range of innovative wines under a new Blass by Wolf Blass label it says have been inspired by "a new wave of unconventional winemaking, and hand-crafted in the spirit of contemporary style and experimentation."

One stand-out is a 2014 Blass Noir Barossa Valley Shiraz that was made from fruit harvested at optimum maturity from low-yielding vineyards near Greenock on the western side of the Barossa Valley. Fruit from here is noted for its intensity and rich, bright dark-fruit flavours… in the case of this wine, blood-plum and fresh berries.

Pay $35 and pair with crispy duck legs roasted with plums and five-spice.



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