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Line 39 Petite Sirah 750Ml

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wine Rosemount Estate, Cabernet-Merlot is made ​​from two grape varieties - Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grown in the best vineyards of south-eastern Australia. The grapes are harvested at the optimum stage of ripeness. Fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature in stainless steel vats. For a thicker body and volume texture of the young wine is aged in oak barrels. More: https://eng.winestyle.ru
Winery Rosemount Estate, which is part of Group Treasury Wine Estates, there are more than forty years and is among the leading producers of Australian wines. The company produces different range of wines - from budget to the category of "luxury", but each bottle, out-of-hand experienced winemakers, high quality and fully reflect the unique terroir and the spirit of Australia. Bob Oatley, founded the winery Rosemount in 1969, based on the concept of the company put its firm conviction that a quality product will always be appreciated and find a buyer. Bob's goal - to earn a reputation for fine wines - soon realized, and winery Rosemount been able to develop an extensive network of vineyards in different parts of Australia with a huge variety of soil and climatic characteristics of the site. Wine "Show Reserve" Chardonnay 1980 Rosemount winery became the first Australian wine, which received two gold medals at the prestigious "International Wine and Spirit Competition". More: https://eng.winestyle.ru
Found primarily in California, Petite Sirah makes big, rich wines showing lots of pepper and spice overlaid by dense black fruit with plenty of tannin. Its opaque, inky purple and black color makes it a useful blending agent to increase depth of color in Zinfandel. Petite Sirah’s high tannin and sometimes inert nature allows it to age easily, in some cases for a couple of decades. That said, many producers are learning how to temper the chewy tannins and are making more approachable wine for near term drinking. Its identity is still somewhat a mystery with DNA tests showing similarities between the southern French varietal Durif, Syrah, Peloursin, an obscure Rhone varietal, and a Peloursin Durif crossing.

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