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Wallaroo Trail

Wallaroo Trail
NV Bin 212, Shiraz, Australia

Pair this wine with:
Beef Pork

Category: Shiraz

Date Tasted:
Country: Australia
Alcohol: 13% RS: .8%
87 Points
Silver Medal
Highly Recommended
$6.49
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'2018 World Value Wine Challenge-Top 10 Red Wine $8 and Under'

Wallaroo Trail
NV Bin 212, Shiraz, Australia

Pair this wine with:
Beef Pork

Category: Shiraz

Date Tasted:
Country: Australia
Alcohol: 13% RS: .8%
Light garnet color. Aromas and flavors of chocolate cherries, fruity vitamin, and toffee with a soft, bright, light-to-medium body and an even, rapid finish revealing notes of rosehips and edible flowers on a floury almond cookie with soft tannins and a suggestion of oak flavor. A simple solid sipper for the barby.

Tasting Info

Wine Glass Style: Crisp & Lively & Quaffable
Aroma Aroma: chocolate cherries, fruity vitamin, and toffee
Taste Flavor: Same as aromas with notes of rosehips and edible flowers on a floury almond cookie
Sweetness Sweetness: Fruity
Enjoy Enjoy: Now on its own
Recipes Pairing: Hamburger, Hot Dog, Souvlaki
Bottom Line Bottom Line: A simple solid sipper for the barby.

The Producer

Vins Arterra Canada

The Producer
175 Chemin Marieville
Rougemont, Quebec JOL 1MO
Canada
1 514-861-2404

Shiraz

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Serve in a Zinfandel Wine Glass
Shiraz is made in several countries, but the best-known versions are from Australia. Known as Syrah in other countries, Shiraz is a rich red wine known for its blackberry and plum flavors and moderate tannins. Some examples also have a good amount of pepper, tobacco, licorice and black spice apparent on the palate as well.

There are hundreds of versions from Australia, ranging from less than $10 a bottle to more than $40 a bottle. The lighter versions are easy-drinking and should be consumed within one or two years, while the more expensive versions are best consumed from seven to ten years of age. Shiraz in grown in several regions of Australia, the most famous being Barossa and Victoria.

Given the popularity of Australian Shiraz, some producers in California have labeled their offerings of Syrah as Shiraz.

Pair these wines with grilled and barbecued foods, game birds and roasts.