Grant Burge Meshach Shiraz

The 2008 Meshach shows typical depth of colour, resembling the colour of black plums and highlighted with a vibrant purple hue. There are intense aromas of blackberry and blueberry fruits, liquorice, vanilla bean and dark chocolate. The nose leads to a multi-layered palate of blackberries and sweet and savoury spices with amazing mid-palate weight and powerful tannins. Concentrated, yet finely balanced, this wine continues the proud history of Meshach.

As with previous vintages, the elegant 2008 vintage should be enjoyed on special occasions and will appeal to the collector in you and allows you to cellar confidently for 20 years or more

  • Gold – 2011 Adelaide Wine Show
  • Gold – 2010 Royal Queensland Wine Show
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