St Hallett `Butcher's Cart` Shiraz 2017 (6 x 750mL), Barossa, SA.

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$26.99 per Bottle
$161.94 per case

Overview

With every vintage our winemaking team learn more about the influence of the site on the flavor and quality of the wines.

The Lindner family established St Hallett in 1944 on a property they had owned since the late 1800’s, focusing on their butchery business, with only a small amount of wine made for local sales. The Butcher’s Cart was used by the Lindners for a daily sales trip throughout the Barossa with a range of meats available for purchase.

Region:
SA - Barossa
State:
South Australia
Country:
Australia

Winery Tasting Notes

Bouquet Inviting dark berry fruits lift the nose with a hint of nutmeg spice.

Palate Black cherry, dark plums and chocolate coat the dark, rich palate, finishing with lingering, voluptuous tannins.

Food Perfect with a charcuterie platter or a thick juicy steak with buttery mash.

Vintage
2017
Region
SA - Barossa
Grape Style
Shiraz / Syrah
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

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In the heart of the Barossa Valley, Australia’s best known wine region, lies St Hallett, one of the country’s premier wine producers. Established by the Lindner Family in 1944, for many years St Hallett’s winemaking focus was, like many local wineries, on producing fortified wines. However during the seventies and eighties St Hallett turned to explore the true potential of the Barossa through premium table wines. This has resulted in St Hallett’s elevation as one of Australia’s best producers.

St Hallett is renowned for crafting full-flavored, textured wines entirely from Barossa Valley fruit and is credited with producing benchmark wines of the region such as the iconic St Hallett Old Block Shiraz, made from vines aged up to 100 years old.

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