Shi­raz Grows like it Wants to Fly Away

Premier Magazine (South AFrica) - - Lifestyle -

And the cau­tious farmer will mut­ter that noth­ing good will come from such a wild thing. But find the soil and cli­mate to bal­ance this ef­fer­ves­cent na­ture and you have the chance of mak­ing some­thing beau­ti­ful. The com­plex­ity on the nose of the Flag­stone Shi­raz flows over palate. The wine is big and round on en­try with smooth and silky tan­nins that show well even though the wine is still young. Flavours of ripe mul­berry and rich dark choco­late lingers on the palate to­gether with flavours of sweet spice and toasted oak. Join the Flag­stone Wine Club – an­nual mem­ber­ship is free! Your only com­mit­ment is to buy 24 bot­tles of wine per year at a dis­counted price. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit flag­stonewines.com.

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