1996 - Torbreck RunRig Barossa Valley
1596TORR3PK _ 1996 - Torbreck RunRig Barossa Valley - 3x75cl
Colour
Red
Producer
Torbreck Vintners
Region
Barossa Valley
Grape
Shiraz / Viognier
Case size
3x75cl
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1996 TORBRECK RUNRIG BAROSSA VALLEY - 3x75cl

Colour
Red
Producer
Torbreck Vintners
Region
Barossa Valley
Grape
Shiraz / Viognier
Case size
3x75cl
Available Now
Duty Paid (Inc. VAT)
Case price £548.04 (Inc. VAT)
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Producer

Torbreck Vintners

Region

Barossa Valley

Located in the south east of the wine state of South Australia, the Barossa Valley is not only the most famous wine region in Australia but also is the one which produces the most wine. The summers here are hot and dry so drought can be a problem. As a result, unirrigated bush vines scatter the landscape, some even dating back to the 19th Century. These old traditional Shiraz vines can produce the most concentrated form of what has become one of the world's most distinctive winestyles, Barossa Shiraz. These are rich, powerful, chocolaty and spicy wines, to which Viognier is sometimes added for extra perfume. There are old Grenache and Mourvèdre vines too in the region, which combine with Shiraz to make the popular blend ‘GSM'. Semillon is more common than Chardonnayin the Barossa, producing some rich white wines. Cabernet Sauvignon can also be found but only on certain soils as it is less dependable than Shiraz.