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Penfolds Shiraz Thomas Hyland 750ml 2012
Sku: 17250
Richly aromatic with pepper, sweet spice and fragrant dark fruits with hints of coffee, mocha and oak. Medium-bodied with red plum, dark berry and chocolate. Pair with beef and lamb.
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Country: Australia
Region: South Australia
Sub-Region: Mounty Lofty Ranges
Appellation: Adelaide Hills
Grape Varietal: Syrah
Type: Still wine
Reg. $14.94
On Sale $12.99
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Richly aromatic with pepper, sweet spice and fragrant dark fruits with hints of coffee, mocha and oak. Medium-bodied with red plum, dark berry and chocolate. Pair with beef and lamb.
Food pairing
Bucatini amatriciana with freshy grated parmesan Rare eye fillet of beef Pork & lamb

Producer
Australia’s winemaking history of less than two hundred years is brief by European measures though, like Europe, punctuated by periods of extreme success and difficult times. From the earliest winemaking days Penfolds has figured prominently and few would argue the importance of Penfolds’ influence on Australia’s winemaking psyche. Without the influence of Penfolds the modern Australian wine industry would look very different indeed. Sitting comfortably outside of fad and fashion, Penfolds has taken Australian wine to the world on a grand stage and forged a reputation for quality that is without peer. Penfolds’ reputation for making wines of provenance and cellaring potential might suggest a mantle of tradition and formality is the preferred attire of a company with so much history to defend. But to label Penfolds as simply an established and conventional winemaker, would be to confuse tradition with consideration and to overlook the innovative spirit that has driven Penfolds since its foundation, and continues to find expression in modern times. If there is anything traditional about Penfolds, it is the practice of constantly reviewing the wines it already does well, and continuously evolving and refining styles as vineyards mature and access to ever older and more varied vineyard sites improves.