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Peter Lehmann Wines
Australia (Австралия) 
Barossa Valley
Shiraz (Сира (Shiraz))

Grenache (Гренаш)

Mourvedre (Морведре)
Added by demiro
24 Jul 2008
Winemaker's notes:
Grenache, Shiraz and Mourvedre are the traditional red wine varieties of the Barossa and are perfectly complementary when blended together, producing a wine which is soft, complex and very approachable. The classic Barossa red wine blend. Attractive black cherry red in colour. Aromas of red fruits: currants, raspberries and cherries. A wine of beautiful velvet softness and good balance, offering a delicious mix of berry and wild briary, savoury flavours, reined in by the fine tannin finish.

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How to drink it
Food: Antipasto, Carpaccio (Beef), Couscous, Duck, Ham, Hamburger, Pasta with Tomato Sauce, Pates, Pheasant, Rabbit, Sausage, Spicy Mexican, Steak (Grilled, Broiled), Tuna, Venison
Cheese: -
Temperature: 16-18 °C
Nice Legs
From the Reading Room
The ruvilets of wine that roll down the inside of the glass after a wine has been swirled are called legs in UK and USA. The Spanish call them tears; the Germans - church windows. Some wine drinkers look for great legs, falsely believing that nicely shaped legs )and who knows what that means) ...
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28 Aug 2010