Deep garnet red in colour with purplish hues. A richly textured Shiraz, with vibrant blackberry fruit characters combining with sweet oak characters in a smooth palate and finishing with ripe, lingering soft tannins. A well structured finish.
Golden Amrita Single Estate Shiraz
for the equivalent of £35.50 a bottle
CASE OF 3 BOTTLES
Grower: Golden Amrita
Grape Variety: Shiraz
Style: Savoury and Mineral
Appellation: Barossa Valley
Alcohol: 15% ABV
Bottle Size: 75cl
3 in stock
Golden Amrita, a small estate vineyard situated in Barossa Valley, famed wine-producing region northeast of Adelaide, South Australia acquired in 2017 by The Liu family renowned for making the finest aged Pu’er Tea in Yunnan Province, and subsequently set about to lavish the same care to the viticulture of the vineyard as they give to their precious ancient tea trees in Yunnan. Amrita is an ancient Indian word meaning 'Nectar of the Gods. 15 hectares of Shiraz grapes were planted in 1998 on red-brown loam over red clay and layers of limestone. Expertly managed by a sixth-generation family of Barossa vignerons.