In a ruggedly isolated, breathtaking part of Margaret River, Franklin Tate crafts luscious wines in a small winery that's Miles From Nowhere. He sources grapes from across the region to gain an elegant balance of ripe black fruit and liquorice spice.
"Fine wine territory in Oz and great winemaking make this a must for Aussie wine lovers"
Dan Parrott Buyer for Australia
Margaret River in Western Oz is renowned for its Bordeaux style reds and elegant, crisp Sauvignon Semillon whites. And also for Shiraz with lovely spicy depth. The quality – and Margaret River is known for it – is thanks to a climate cooled by the nearby Indian and Southern Oceans that makes the region one of the most temperate in Australia. This is a big on spice red from a founding family of this area, twice awarded ‘Best Red Wine in the World’ by the renowned IWC competition. This Gold medal Shiraz has aromas of freshly cracked white pepper, spice and maraschino cherries, leading onto pepper and spice flavours with cherry and plum fruit. An ideal companion alongside barbecued pork cutlets with potato rosti or lamb chops with rosemary.
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