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Viking Grand Barossa Valley GSM 2020 Dozen

Viking Grand Barossa Valley GSM 2020 Dozen

FIRST RELEASE VIKING GSM TO THE PUBLIC FROM TROPHY WINNING PRODUCER

$ 239.88 /ea
You save $300.12
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  • FIRST RELEASE VIKING GSM TO THE PUBLIC FROM TROPHY WINNING PRODUCER
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  • LIMITED RELEASE ONLY 500 CASES PRODUCED 
Specifications:
Vintage: 2020
Source/Region:

Barossa Valley, South Australia

Grape Variety: Grenache Shiraz
Cellaring: Drink now or cellar for many years
Bottle Top: Stelvin
Alcohol Content: 14.00
Standard Drinks: 8.30
Rating: 0
Tasting Notes:

Deep purple in colour, with blackberry, plum and a burst of red cherry, accompanied by spice and white pepper aromas. The palate is a wonderful combination of red fruits and savoury undertones. Smooth tanins make for easy drinking with a soft lingering finish.

Technical:

The grapes are picked and delivered to the winery and gently worked through the de-stemmer before being transferred to an open fermenter. The juice is pumped over daily to extract as much concentrated fruit as possible for a week period before draining and being basket pressed. The skins are then gently pressed for approximately 24 hours. After the wine has completed its malolactic ferment, it is matured in new and seasoned American oak barrels prior to bottling with minimal fining and filtration.