Wine "Rawson's Retreat" Shiraz Cabernet, 2013
The wine is dark cherry red color.
The taste of wine is balanced and fresh, with notes of ripe summer berries and light nuances of spice, soft tannins and a long finish.
The wine has a fresh, lively aroma with notes of ripe summer berries, hints of dark spices and subtle oak nuances.
The wine is excellent with meat and vegetable dishes, grilled, hot, hearty, lamb, beef stew, barbecue, tagliatelle with wild mushroom sauce, spaghetti with spicy tuna and tomato sauce, pasta, pizza with peperroni.
The name of the line "Rawson's Retreat" ("Refuge Rawson") indicates a stone cottage, which Dr. Christopher Rawson Penfolds built in 1845. Among the famous vineyard Magill in Adelaide, where he and his wife Mary and daughter Georgina lived for a year before the construction of the winery Penfolds.
Winegrowers and winemakers of Penfolds spend much time in the vineyards, carefully selecting berry wine "Rawson's Retreat" Shiraz Cabernet, which will provide the right style and profile of the drink, the main characters of which are notes of fruit and spices, as well as soft tannins. After fermentation, the wine most of the aged in stainless steel tanks and individually selected portion matures in barrels of French and American oak, which adds to the taste of wine more shades of spice, toast and oak. Fine wine at a young age, but it can also be stored in the bottle for 3 years.
When in 1844 Dr. Christopher Rawson Penfold and his wife Mary came from the United Kingdom in the young colony of South Australia, they brought with them the germs that are planted around their stone cottage called "The Grange". It happened in the town of Magill, is currently a part of the suburb of Adelaide. Today, the company sells Penfolds wine around the world. In Australia, Penfolds is unsurpassed leader in its grow back, and creates an international reputation for quality wine production of the country. Penfolds skillfully uses many years of experience of the experts.
The company's philosophy states: "The right style, the right grapes, oak correct, the correct time of bottling and a little patience - all provide our world-famous wine that can satisfy even the most discerning connoisseurs!"