Featured on the Yalumba Y Series Shiraz Viognier label, the illustration of a dog symbolises the mateship and partnership that exists between many vignerons and their loyal growers and staff.
The winery dog is a long-standing tradition - most wineries have one, books have been written about them, and wines have even been named after them - they are a true representation of the many partnerships that exist in Australian wineries today.
Vibrant crimson with purple hues, the Yalumba Y Series Shiraz Viognier, has a nose that is very expressive of its grape origins showcasing aromas of violets, blueberries and Turkish delight, with hints of ground spices. Medium bodied with lots of red berry fruits, the supple tannins and generous fruit flavours are typical of this contemporary red wine blend.
Let's say a grape variety normally takes 120 days to ripen. In an especially hot year, it may ripen after only 110 days; in a cooler year, after 130 days. Viticulturists generally do want a long growing seasons. Long ripening allows components in the grape other that sugar - tannins, for example - ...
На гърба на бутилката има малко етикетче, което можеш да си отлепиш и да си го носиш, че следващия път като купуваш пак австралийско да не се объркаш. По принцип много добра идея... за жалост, не и за точно това вино.