Winning Streak Shiraz

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Description

 
In Winning Streak, two cultures harmonize to create a range of wines that are made to be shared. An auspicious bird in China and an iconic Australian native, the magpie symbolizes joy, good luck, happiness and fortune. Magpies reunite people and it is believed, that when the magpie arrives, good fortune will be soon to follow. 
 
Starting with selected precious fruit, which has been crafted by expert hands to deliver an exceptional vine to bottle experience. The Winning Streak range is inspired by celebrating the small things, creating your own fortune, and gathering together with great company.

Tasting Note: Delivers flavours of blueberries and raspberries, hints of spice from the oak and soft tannins mid palate. Try with beef steak, a hearty casserole or blue cheese.

Additional Details

SKU:
13258-UNIT
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
13.7
Region:
South Eastern Australia
Varietal:
Shiraz

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