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Yalumba Shiraz Paradox 750ML 2010
Sku: 09557
Product Rating
Critics Ratings:     (2)
Product Information
Country: Australia
Region: South Australia
Sub-Region: Barossa
Appellation: Barossa Valley
Grape Varietal: Syrah
Type: Still wine
Reg. $47.99
Web Only Sale $35.49
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Wine Spectator 91 points - Fresh, focused and vivid in flavor, with pretty plum and spice notes, lingering easily on the velvety finish. Drink now through 2020. 100 cases imported. -HS  (May 31 2013)

Wine Advocate 91 points - Medium to deep garnet in color, the 2010 Paradox Shiraz explodes from the glass with vibrant kirsch, red currant jelly and raspberry preserves notes with touches of vanilla, cinnamon toast and potpourri. Medium-bodied with lovely poise and finesse, the palate lends a delicious savory character to the red fruits plus velvety tannins on the lingering, long finish with spicy accents.  (Jun 2015)

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Wine maker notes
The northern area of the Barossa has some of the oldest landscapes in the region. At 200 million years old, these bedrocks have formed the soils in which the grape vines grow. It is also one of the early grape growing areas of the Barossa, with many generational growers who are both traditional but also attune to the needs of making their vineyards sustainable through modern viticultural thinking. The Paradox follows Yalumba’s mantra of showcasing great wine with a point of difference.

Yalumba was founded in 1849 by Samuel Smith, British migrant and English brewer, who had brought his family to Angaston seeking a new life. After purchasing a 30-acre parcel of land just beyond the southern-eastern boundary of Angaston, Smith and his son began planting the first vines by moonlight. Samuel named his patch ”Yalumba” - aboriginal for ”all the land around”. Five generations and 160 years later Yalumba, Australia’s oldest family owned winery, has grown in size and stature, embodying all that has made the Australian

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