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Name:

Selene

Vintage:

2013 BAROSSA VALLEY

Variety:

Tempranillo

Background:

The timing of the first full moon in the Barossa Valley each harvest typically lines up with the Tempranillo harvest of the Light Pass Vineyard. This harvest moon wine is our offering to Selene, the Greek Goddess of the moon, the celestial-body beauty that resembles fertility and productivity.

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Region:   Barossa


 Blend:   100% Tempranillo


Yield:   1.75 t/acre - 2.25 t/acre


pH:   3.87


TA:   6.1 g/l


Alcohol:   13.5%


Maturation:  

Matured for 30 months in new and seasoned French oak barrels 500L.


Cellaring:   Optimum year 2020


Tasting Notes:  

Deep ruby red colour with intense dark cherry and plum aromatics that are complemented with complex dried herb and spice aromatics. On the palate a fleshy black-fruit core is surrounded by a layered line of textural savoury tannins.

This wine is a from the Tempranillo grown in the Light Pass sub-region of the Barossa Valley, which is classic red soil over limestone,  and sits high on the eastern edge of the Valley.


Vineyard | Region

Tempranillo - Light Pass sub-region, Barossa Valley


Harvest Date:  

13th February 2013


Production: 280 dozen


 


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