Domaine Terlato & Chapoutier Shiraz-Viognier 2015, Australia

Exclusive to Slurp in the UK. This Shiraz/Viognier is a collaboration between legendary French wine grower,  Michel Chapoutier and Napa Valley icon, Anthony Terlato.

Domaine Terlato & Chapoutier is a collaboration between legendary French wine grower,  Michel Chapoutier and Napa Valley icon, Anthony Terlato. This spicy Shiraz comes from vineyards located in Central Victoria brightens with an addition of 5% Viognier for floral aromas, a silky texture and balanced structure, as often practiced in France’s most highly regarded appellation of the Northern Rhône Valley, Côte Rôtie. The grapes grown in this Austrialian vineyard were planted on 19th century French rootstocks, another nod to the French tradition and influence in this new world wine.

£14.95
Domaine Terlato & Chapoutier Shiraz-Viognier 2015, Australia
Domaine Terlato & Chapoutier Shiraz-Viognier 2015, Australia

(2014 vintage, the 2015 is yrt to be reviewed)

Containing 5% Viognier, the 2014 Shiraz / Viognier has a medium garnet color and nose of red and black plums and mulberries, with an herb and forest floor undercurrent, plus a hint of pepper. Medium-bodied, there is a pleasant raisin and earthy character coming through on the palate that is complimented by velvety tannins and finishing with good persistence.  89+ Points, Wine Advocate

Tasting Notes
This 95% Shiraz, 5% Viognier blend is intense ruby in the glass with vibrant red plum and fruit wood smoke aromas. This delicious wine is mouthfilling with bright plum, mulberry and red berry fruits, with a savoury/earthy note. The palate is full bodied with a smooth and long silky finish.
At A Glance
Country Of Origin Australia
Region Victoria
Grape Shiraz, Viognier
Vintage 2015
Producer Domaine Terlato & Chapoutier
ABV 14.5%
Style Full-Bodied
Volume 75cl
Closure Cork
Serving Suggestion Serve Room Temperature
Food Pairing Beef, Game, Lamb, Steak, Pizza
Staff Suggestion Yes
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