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Loom SV Field Blend Grenache Shiraz 2018

$40.00

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Variety: Grenache, Shiraz Alcohol: 14.0 %
Vintage: 2018 Vegan: Yes
Region: McLaren Vale, SA Closure: Stelvin

About Loom Wine

Loom Wine is a vibrant and progressive family-owned winery based in McLaren Vale, South Australia. In addition to their own vineyards, Loom Wine work closely with various growers and distinguished vineyards throughout South Australia. The SV range represents the purest and most expressive individual vineyards from each vintage and is produced in extremely limited quantities.

About Loom SV Field Blend Grenache Shiraz 2018

Originally the concept behind this blend was to look at mixing it up each year, harvest and co ferment parcels of fruit from the same block to see if we could highlight some site specific characters beyond each individual variety. In 16 we used adjoining, 100 + year old, parcels of Grenache and Shiraz from our McLaren Flat site that combined so harmoniously we haven’t been able to bring ourselves to trying anything other since. 17 didn’t ferment dry so we left that in our bucket of tears but 18 got the kid glove treatment and is another step up. Same blocks, the Shiraz was picked a touch earlier and kept in the fridge whilst the Grenache got fully ripe, before cofermenting in 2t Open Ferments, hand plunged a couple of times a day and the odd splash to give it some air. Approx 14 months in seasoned oak softened and integrated the palate without dampening the awesome aromatics, this should be singing for at least another 8-10 years and who knows how much longer. Steve Grimley, Winemaker & Proprietor

Aromatics: Blackcurrant, smoke, milk chocolate and spice
Palate: Tightly wound but unfurls to show cherry, plum, cocoa and clove
Finish: Wonderfully balanced with sweeter fruits to finish
Cellaring: Best before 2027

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