Black Clay soils are found all round the Barossa Valley and its gives a particularly generous and mouth filling style of Shiraz. This example from 2013 is chock-a-block full of moreish blackberry and leather fruits in a big, bold package. Fleshy and succulent it will drink beautifully over the next 3-5 years but is ready to rock'n'roll for red meat too.
Black cracking Biscay clay is a common soil type found in the Barossa Valley. The Biscay soils typically
produce wines with berry compote and summer pudding flavours, complemented by luscious velvety
Nose: The nose is dense and packed with berries.
Palate: Voluptuous and smooth, the fruits of the forest and blackberry core extend throughout
the palate. The soft tannins frame the wine nicely and complete this classic Barossa Shiraz.