2019 | Australië | Barossa Valley

Standish 2019 The Schubert Theorem Barossa Valley

  • Standish 2019 The Schubert Theorem Barossa Valley

De favoriete cuvée van Dan Standish zelf, ontsproten aan de Roennfeldt Road Vineyard in Marananga. Beauty and the Beast. In één en dezelfde wijn welteverstaan.

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  • Smaakprofiel
    Krachtig & Complex
  • Druivenras
  • Land & Regio
    Australië, Barossa Valley
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  • 100% proefgarantie
  • Gratis bezorgd vanaf € 125,-
  • Levering binnen 2 tot 3 werkdagen
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WijnsoortRode Wijn
RegioBarossa Valley
SmaakprofielKrachtig & Complex
Alcoholgehalte15,3 %
Bevat sulfietenSulfieten
  • Standish 2019 The Schubert Theorem Barossa Valley

Erin Larkin
97/100 Punten
It is velvety svelte and plush with a midnight core of fruit and tannin. Like a blackhole in space the fruit, spice and tannin swirl in and out of each other’s grooves, this is not placid or still, this is ever-moving, intense and black. There is no point at which the seams that connect the fruit, acid and tannin are able to be unpicked or loosened. Already now it is seamless. It is clear that this wine will chill out in time, its compressed layers will start to expand and fill out. The length of flavour ensures its long life. Epic. Big. Long. Super impressive again. Savoury edge – minerally and exciting. 

James Suckling
99/100 Punten
Just incredible shiraz, this has the x-factor of purity and inherent complexity. So layered and so detailed. The aromas and flavors of intense blackberry, rich plum, blueberry and cherry fold over and over each other, together with plenty of spice and a flicker of dark stones. The palate is so saturated and so deeply set with dark fruit cascading long and lively on the finish. Stunning shiraz once again. 

Standish 2019 The Schubert Theorem Barossa Valley

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