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The Lane Reunion Shiraz 2013

The Lane's vineyards benefit from the relative cool climate of the Adelaide Hills. The vines are kept cool when temperatures drop substantially at night, resulting in well-balanced wine with fresh acidity.

The Reunion Shiraz was the first Shiraz planted at The Lane and due to its East facing aspect is the most protected Shiraz block and is the last picked each year. The fruit always provides complex blackcurrant overlain with spice characters. A small parcel of post ferment skin contact provides a core to the wine that means it doesn’t have to spend more than 18 months in large French oak.

The Lane Reunion Shiraz is a rich, smooth style of the grape. Classically structured and very smooth, this Shiraz combines concentrated dark fruits, pepper and warm spice.


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The Lane Vineyard
South Australia
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Adelaide Hills
Red Wine
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The Producer The Lane Vineyard | Adelaide Hills, South Australia

The Lane Vineyard Adelaide Hills

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The Region South Australia

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Organic vines in Vineyard with crop cover

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