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Torbreck The Steading 2016 Magnum

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The Wine

There are about 45 different parcels of fruit that compose The Steading which are all fermented and matured separately , being brought together only at blending where their individuality is assessed prior to the composition of the final blend. The varieties Grenache, Mataro and Shiraz all stand in their own right. However, in blending, their strengths create a complex wine of solid earthy structure.

96/100 James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion "55% grenache, 28% shiraz, 17% mataro, destemmed, open-fermented, matured for 20 months in large foudres before blending. This is wholly traditional, and also very good. Its complexity and richness have energy, focus and freshness, an ever-changing cast of flavours crossing the palate on their way to the finish. the alcohol in no way imposes itself on you. Drink by 2036."

The Finer Details
Variety - Grenache, Shiraz & Mouvedere
Country -  Australia
Region - South Australia
Sub Region
 - Barossa
Std Drinks (Approx.) - 17.2

Extra - Cork
Year - 2016
Volume - 1500ml

About the Wine Maker

Since its founding in 1994, Torbreck has been committed to creating exceptional Rhone style red and white wines reflecting the very best vineyards in Australia’s famous Barossa. If any one Torbreck wine most exemplifies what Torbreck is, then it's this wine, their ode to cuttings brought back from James Busby’s 1831-2 trip to France and Spain and planted on their own roots (due to the absence of phylloxera in the Barossa Valley) these vineyards are some of the most precious in the world.