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Battle Of Bosworth Shiraz 'Puritan' 2023

$21.60 in mix 6+ $24.00 per bottle
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The Wine

When you think of 'Puritan' think fresh, vibrant and YOUNG! This wine is made in the vein of Spanish ‘Joven’ style reds wines The 'Puritan' spends no time in oak and has no added preservatives (sulphur dioxide) and is grown organically!

Juicy, fresh and vibrant. Yum!

2021 : 92/100 Tina Gellie, Decanter.com "Unoaked, with no added preservatives and made to drink young to appreciate the old-vine fruit purity, this is almost like a ruby Port with (a bit) less alcohol and lots of silky, juicy raspberry, blueberry and milk chocolate smoothness. Fans of big, rich sweetly fruited reds will love this." 

The Details
Variety - Shiraz
Country - Australia
Region - South Australia
Sub Region
 - McLaren Vale
Extra - Screwcap
Year - 2023
Volume - 750ml

About the Wine Maker

Situated in the foothills of the Southern Mount Lofty Ranges and bound to the west by the pristine waters of the Gulf St Vincent, Battle of Bosworth is in the heart of the McLaren Vale wine region.

Located in Willunga, to the south of the McLaren Vale township, Edgehill Vineyard was established in the early 1970s by Peter and Anthea Bosworth. Willunga itself was settled in approximately 1837 and Bosworths have been growing grapes in the district on and off from the late 1850s. Son Joch Bosworth took over the management and day to day running of the vineyards in 1995, and set about converting the vineyards to certified organic viticulture from this time.

Battle of Bosworth Wines was established in 2001 by Joch Bosworth and partner Louise Hemsley-Smith and wines are made from vines that were planted in the early 1970’s by Joch’s parents.