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Eight Songs Shiraz 1.5L Magnum

Magnums
Eight Songs Shiraz 1.5L Magnum

‘8 Songs for A Mad King’ is one of Peter Lehmann’s favourite vocal ensemble musical works, loved for its soft harmonies.


This is sourced from some of the oldest, low-yielding vineyards in Barossa. It was first made in 1996 from three 100-plus year-old vineyards with the aim of producing a decisively soft style unlike any other Peter Lehmann Shiraz before it. Maturation in 100% new French oak hogsheads integrates the rich fruit and velvety tannins to enhance mocha chocolate and dark plum fruit characters.

The colour is a deep brooding red/black leading to a bouquet of dark chocolate and blood plums. The palate is rich and soft in keeping with the Eight Songs style and the finish features plush, fine grained tannins. The wine drinks beautifully now but can be cellared with confidence for a few more years if desired. We recommend decanting for a few hours before serving to allow the wine to open up.

Members: AU$81.00
Cellar Door: AU$90.00

Awards

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                     2004 Vintage

2010 New York Inaugural Ultimate Wine Challenge Trophy for Best Shiraz

2010 New York Inaugural Ultimate Wine Challenge Trophy for Best Shiraz

2009 UK International Wine Challenge

2009 UK International Wine Challenge

2009 UK International Wine and Spirit Competition

2009 UK International Wine and Spirit Competition

2006 National Canberra Wine Show, Class 25

2006 National Canberra Wine Show, Class 25

2005 Melbourne Wine Show, Class 20

2005 Melbourne Wine Show, Class 20

Previous vintage tasting notes