Includes 19% MwSt.
(23,87  / 1 L)
Delivery Time: approx. 3-4 working days

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The best of both worlds

For the Vista, Longview takes 80% Shiraz and 20% Barbera grapes, creating a harmonious, modern blend that is a wonderful food companion. Shiraz is the Australian flagship grape variety and Barbera is a prized Italian grape that originated in Piedmont and made its way to Australia. The wine was left on the skins for 21 days immediately after destemming and squeezing the grapes for fermentation. The subsequent maturation took place for 12 months in 3 to 4 year old French Hogshead barrels. It can be drunk young and fresh, but is also suitable for a few years of storage, during which it will continue to develop very harmoniously.


And this is how the Shiraz Barbera by Longview tastes

In the nose of the Longview Vista Shiraz Barbera you immediately have the notes of typical Cool Climate Shiraz, such as crunchy dark berries, blackberry, dark plum and peppery, spicy hints. The Barbera brings aromas of ripe, crunchy cherries. On the palate you can feel the fresh, invigorating acidity, which is mainly due to the Barbera and makes the wine such an excellent dining companion. The tannin is pleasantly fine and gives a good mouthfeel. An elegant, very fresh wine.

2018 Longview Vista Shiraz Barbera


And that fits the Longview Vista Shiraz Barbera

The Longview Vista Shiraz Barbera complements a variety of dishes perfectly. Try it with Bolognese sauce or pizza. It also goes well with various types of meat. We like it very much with fried duck breast. But it is also highly recommended for spare ribs with fruity marinades.

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