Howard Park 'Leston Vineyard' Shiraz, Margaret River

 

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The Howard Park Leston Shiraz is a single vineyard wine from the Leston vineyard in Margaret River.

It is an exotic mix of ripe fruit flavours, a cleverly made wine, fruit, oak and tannins all employed on the journey from the bouquet to the finish and aftertaste. Blackberry, plum and mocha do most of the work, licorice and spice watching on from the sidelines. Plush mouthfeel is an ode to the soft but persistent tannins.
Grape Variety Shiraz
Year 2016
Alcohol (ABV) 14.5
Region Margaret River
Country Australia
Awards
95 points - Royal Hobart Wine Show
94 points James Halliday

Howard Park 'Leston Vineyard' Shiraz, Margaret River

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The Howard Park Leston Shiraz is a single vineyard wine from the Leston vineyard in Margaret River.

The expression of Shiraz from the temperate Margaret River region combines the ripeness and opulence of warmer climates with the spice and elegance typical of cooler ones. Howard Park’s 2016 Leston Shiraz is a fine example of this appealing style. Generous aromas of black plums provide a luscious richness, complimented by the inviting mocha and cocoa notes of French oak. Hints of ginger, anise and pepper add elegance and spice. Round in texture, the palate’s soft red berry fruits and plush mouthfeel is refreshed by chewy, vibrant tannins.
Drink now until 2030. Tasted July 2018

Fresh crimson-purple hue; a cleverly made wine, fruit, oak and tannins all employed on the journey from the bouquet to the finish and aftertaste. Blackberry, plum and mocha do most of the work, licorice and spice watching on from the sidelines. Plush mouthfeel is an ode to the soft but persistent tannins.

 

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