Includes 19% MwSt.
(66,00  / 1 L)

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A big piece of wine

The plots for the Shiraz The Piece were harvested by hand at the end of March. The grapes come from selected rows and uniform plots and were selected from five different blocks of the vineyard. The selection process is based on various factors: yield, berry size, grape weight, health of the vines and, above all, the taste of the fruit. The fermentation took place in open fermentation stands, 15% of the grapes were not destemmed. Subsequently, the expansion for 18 Monte in Hogsheads was made of French oak. After strict selection, only the best of the barrels were used for The Piece. It is always strictly limited and this year only 1,200 bottles were bottled. With its development potential of at least 15 years, its always artful label and strict limitations, The Piece Shiraz is a highly sought-after collector’s item.


And this is how The Piece Shiraz by Longview tastes

The Longview The Piece Shiraz is an elegant and complex red wine that features aromas of white pepper, blackberries and baking spices, as well as coffee and notes of sharpened pencil refill, paired with restrained roasted notes of French oak. The textured palate shows aromas of cherries, red currants and mulberries. The acidity is delicate and the tannin supple, an expressive shiraz that has an enormous length and good development potential. We recommend decanting it at least 30 minutes before serving.

2017 Longview The Piece Shiraz


And that goes well with Longview’s The Piece Shiraz

The Longview The Piece Shiraz goes wonderfully with a hearty snack with ham and sausages and of course with grilled meat. No barbecue without Shiraz is our motto.

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