Charlie Herring

Charlie Herring Spotswood 2010 Shiraz Wine

(earns 125 Taste Points)
Chocolates And Sugars Flavours / Notes
Chocolate & SugarsChoc & Sugars
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Nuts & Spice
Plants And Vegetables Flavours / Notes
Plants & Vegetables
Cocoa Grape & Gooseberry Milk Chocolate Mixed Fruits Mixed Nuts Mixed Spices Mixed Vegetables Prune & Plum Sugars Tobacco & Roasted Wine Flavours Woody
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Quick Details
Origin: South Africa United Kingdom
Province: Hampshire
Winemaker: Charlie Herring
Deep & Complex
Wine Specification
Wine Colour: Red Wine
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Size: 75cl
More Information
Is this wine a limited edition or rare? Yes, this wine is part of our rare wine collection
Charlie Herring Spotswood 2010 Shiraz Wine

A wine that is a rare release allowing you to peek into Tim Phillips' past. It feels as if it has a nostalgic, comforting purpose. This is a vinous hug—like one of your best friends resting their elbow on your shoulder.  It tastes like cocoa nibs and fresh plums, with that whisp of cedar and tobacco that good aged Shiraz does so well. It's a wine that was made for downtime: for lazy Sundays involving your bookshelf or classic films.

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