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2014 Glaetzer Anaperenna Shiraz Cabernet

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The Glaetzer range of wines are not only the essence of the Barossa in the bottle, they are also beautifully packaged with striking visual labels. The Anaperenna name is inspired by the name for the Roman Goddess of the New Year. Each year the Romans would drink a glass to ensure longevity and a healthy year. You’ll find plenty of longevity in this blend of Shiraz and Cabernet with licorice and herb notes as well as vibrant cassis and complexing coffee grounds. The tannin weight is supportive and supple making for a concentrated, pure wine of immense length.

Winemaker's Notes

The name Anaperenna has been inspired by Anna Perenna, the Roman goddess of the New Year. Anna Perenna symbolises the year's cycle and her name translates as 'enduring year'. Romans honoured Anna Perenna with a festival held on the first full moon of the Roman calendar. On March 15th they would ask Anna to grant them longevity, and a healthy year for each glass of wine they drank on that day.

The symbol on the label is the Egyptian Ankh (pronounced: onk). Historically the ankh symbolised sunrise, regeneration, regrowth and renewal.

Alc/vol: 15.0%

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2014 Glaetzer Anaperenna Shiraz Cabernet

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Wine Companion (2014 Vintage) says
76% shiraz, 24% cabernet sauvignon. Anaperenna is never about half-measures. This is warm with alcohol and high in oak influence, but the fruit is rich and boisterous and the tannin a wave worth watching. It's a wine of both concerns and copious compensations. Chocolate and blackberry, black earth and salted licorice. You get what you came for, and then some.
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