Bleasdale Vineyards, Langhorne Crossing Red; 2006

The Potts family has maintained Australia’s 2nd oldest family vineyards for over 150 years. The Langhorne Crossing is alongside the Bremer River where frequent winter floods keep the alluvial soils fertile to produce a more lush wine than most any other area of Australia! The Langhorne Crossing Red consistently year after year score well with both Parker and Tanzer for good reason, it’s a great wine.

This wine has colors of dark ruby red with nice clarity. It presents itself to the nose with aromas of blackberries, plums and light smoke. The shiraz in the blend dominates with a strong presence of spice intermingled with bright fruits and dark berries. The light oak exposure of both American and French Oaks creates a nice balance of flavors, alongside the alcohol and tannic acid.

This wine pairs beautifully alongside a pomegranate glazed pork roast and Creamed potatoes with a hit of garlic and horse radish.

Sale Price: $ 9.95
List Price: $ 13.99
Case Price: $ 8.71/bottle
# of Cases: 9

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