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2013 Reserve Longhorn Shiraz

$39.00

Varietal: Shiraz

Vintage: 2013

Appellation: Texas

The 2013 Triple ‘R’ Ranch Longhorn Reserve Shiraz displays a medium ruby and violet color with a slight blue hue at the rim.  The nose possesses beautiful aromas of blueberry, red currant and spice.  On the palate you will discover the terroir of the Mont Sec Vineyards in its entirety.  Bountiful flavors of blueberries, blackberries, red currant, leather and cedar cigar box grace the unoaked Shiraz.  Firm tannins lead the charge into a smooth mouthfeel with a lasting finish.  This Shiraz is an excellent complement to a meat entree.

Description

2013 Reserve Longhorn Shiraz

The 2013 Triple “R” Ranch & Winery Longhorn Shiraz will help you to discover the terroir of the Mont Sec Vineyards in far West Texas.  Situated in Dell Valley at the base of the Guadalupe Mountains, this grape comes from vineyards producing some of the highest quality and most consistent quantities of grapes per vine in the state.  Enjoy beautiful aromas of blueberry, red currant and spice.  Bountiful flavors of blueberries, blackberries, red currant, leather and cedar cigar box grace the unoaked Shiraz.  A smooth mouthfeel with a lasting finish will have you stocking your cellar with our Longhorn Shiraz! Be sure to ask ranch owner and winemaker Ron Ross about the interesting “friendship” between Max America, an award-wining registered Longhorn bull, and Lakota, a 1-ton buffalo who also makes the The Triple “R” Ranch & Winery his home.

Appellation: Texas

Aging: 27 Months Stainless Steel Tanks

Look: Medium ruby and violet color with a slight blue hue at the rim

Smell: Beautiful aromas of blueberry, red currant and spice

Taste: On the palate you will discover the terroir of the Mont Sec Vineyards in its entirety.  Bountiful flavors of blueberries, blackberries, red currant, leather and cedar cigar box grace the unoaked Shiraz.  Firm tannins lead the charge into a smooth mouthfeel with a lasting finish.

Legend Of The Ranch Story: Texas Longhorn already roamed the Ranch when the Ross family purchased it in 1996. Today, approximately 70 head belong to the herd, led by an award-winning registered Longhorn bull named Max America. Be sure to ask ranch owner and winemaker Ron Ross about the interesting “friendship” between Max America and Lakota, a 1-ton buffalo who also makes the Ranch his home.

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Price

$30-$50

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