The Pork Sword label is used when we do a “non traditional” blend.
For instance, Cabernet Merlot seems to work every year.
But, some years the way the season has gone, something just works that weve not had success with before.
In 2015 we were fiddling with Mataro and found a blend that incorporated high country shiraz from Orange with sea level shiraz from McLaren Vale.
The end result being the 2015 Pork Sword!
When you smell this wine it’s the Orange Shiraz’s perfume that dominates while the fullness of palate is because of the McLaren Vale Shiraz.
This is a pretty weighty and interesting wine that punches well above its weight.
If it wasn’t called the Pork Sword it would be selling well.
But, it is and that always draws attention to it.
It wont be around for long.
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Contact Linda on (02) 65747000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org