2020 d'Arenberg The Stump Jump Shiraz
This Shiraz really has what you call 'value for money'. It starts with the beautiful, deep ruby red color. Then on the nose a lot of aromas of cherries and blackberries, which continue deliciously in the mouth. What distinguishes this The Sump Jump Shiraz from winery d'Arenberg is the intensity of the ripe fruit, which is just as intense in the aftertaste as when the wine first hits your tongue. The wine is nicely balanced and has a pleasant aftertaste.
The grapes used in this wine mainly come from very old bush vines. They underwent gentle gentle pletting and traditional open tank fermentation. Then education on oak and bottling.
Rumor has it that the inventor of the Stump Jump plow, which allowed plowshares to 'jump' over tree roots, had poor visibility and required regular testing to ensure that he was still able to operate the machines. The label's design is inspired by an optometrist's optics and serves as an impromptu sobriety test. If you can keep the bottle at arm's length and still read the label on the front, you can enjoy another glass :)
Shiraz tastes great with lamb, steak or grilled pork.
The Australian winery d'Arenberg is located in the McLaren Vale appellation. The winery now has a fairly long history. The 1st generation Osborne bought in 1912 bought 78 acres of Milton vineyards in the area now called McLaren Vale. The wines of winery d'Arenberg are all characterized by the separate label with the oblique red stripe on it. The striking names of the wines, which also each tell their own story, are also remarkable.
The Australian winery d'Arenberg is located in the McLaren Vale appellation. The winery now has a fairly long history. The 1st generation Osborne bought in 1912 78 acres of Milton vineyards in the area now called McLaren Vale. The wines of winery d'Arenberg are all characterized by the separate label with the slanted red stripe. This was used for the first time from 1959. The special label is still the trademark of d'Arenberg. The striking names of the wines, which each tell their own story, are also remarkable.
The winery grows a diversity of grape varieties in the different vineyards. In 2018, winery d'Arenberg opened its completely new winery. This is built in a cube shape and, in addition to the winery, also contains a museum and a great restaurant. In the winery Chester Osborne is lord and master, he produces the most special wines.
|Type of Wine||Red|
|Grape||Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah-Shiraz|
|Drinking as of||2022|
|Tasting Profiles||Dark fruit, Dry, Fruity, Spicy, Flexible|
|Drink moments||Barbecue, Borrelen, Met vrienden, Open haard, Voor alledag|