Wine Tyrrell's Wines, "Moore's Creek" Shiraz, 2010
Wine ruby color with purple tints.
Rich, soft, fruity wine is saturated shades of plum, oak, cherry and blackberry. The wine has fine-grained tannins, good balance and a pleasant bitterness in the aftertaste.
Alluring aroma of the wine shows shades of black ash, juicy cherries and blackberries, spices faceted.
The wine goes well with grilled meat, grilled meat and pasta.
Company Tirrelz Vines - one of the largest and most significant Australian wine producers - was founded in 1858 by Edward Tyrrell in the Hunter Valley. Since 1994, the director of Tirrelz Vines is Bruce Tyrrell - a representative of the fourth generation of this dynasty of winemakers. The company owns vineyards with a total area of 500 hectares, located in different regions of Australia: Hunter Valley, McLaren Vale, Heathcote and Limestone Coast. Company Tyrrell's Wines produced several wine lines, each of which is characterized by its own unique personality and with consistently high quality. Annually produced 10.2 million bottles of wine, 30% of which are exported to more than 30 countries around the world. Wine "Tirrelz" receive honorary awards at various international competitions, in 1995 the company was awarded the title of "Winery of the Year" in Australia.