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Peter Lehmann The Seven Surveys

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Vibrant red in colour, the wine has soft aromas of black fruits, heaps of cherry and a touch of mourvèdre spice. A medium-bodied, fresh, youthful wine of beautiful velvet softness and good balance: a very approachable and quaffable drop. Perfect with roast lamb and all the trimmings, delicious with plump roast chicken, or more strongly flavoured pizza and pasta dishes.

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Vibrant red in colour, the wine has soft aromas of black fruits, heaps of cherry and a touch of mourvèdre spice. A medium-bodied, fresh, youthful wine of beautiful velvet softness and good balance: a very approachable and quaffable drop. Perfect with roast lamb and all the trimmings, delicious with plump roast chicken, or more strongly flavoured pizza and pasta dishes.

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Peter Lehmann The Seven Surveys

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Peter Forrestal (2007 Vintage) says
This has now been given the 'Seven Surveys' moniker and should be readily available on special. It's a very soft, easy-drinking red with ripe plummy fruit and plenty of tannins. I'd be thinking sirloin steak, onions, chips, and a side salad to keep the peace.
Quaff 2009 2008
Matthew Jukes & Tyson Stelzer (2007 Vintage) says
This wine is not perhaps what you’d expect from a Lehmann red, with its Barossan roots and foreboding pedigree. It’s actually a much cooler, more toned, fresher style of wine with a lighter, garnet colour and a frisky, perky flavour. Pretty red fruits bound around unfettered and pepper and spice call order every so often before it all becomes too hilarious. This is a clever ‘session’ red with a smooth finish so your pals will adore it.
Taste Food and Wine Guide 2009
James Halliday (1999 Vintage) says
Medium red-purple; the bouquet opens with soft, spicy jammy fruit, then some tobacco; the surprisingly firm palate brings some blackberry and dark chocolate into play, finishing with firm, savoury tannins.
Australian Wine Companion 2004 2003
86
Jeremy Oliver (1999 Vintage) says
Leathery, savoury Rhone blend with a pungent, sweaty and evolving bouquet of jammy raspberry/plum fruit over floral and spicy aromas. Its meaty, farm floor palate is firm, fine and savoury, given sweeteness and softness through chocolate and vanilla oak. Very rustic, earlier-drinking style of some charm.
Australian Wine Annual 2005 2004
90

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