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2018 Flametree Shiraz, Margaret River

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The Flametree Shiraz is made with a mixture of sund dried grapes, whole bunches (20-30%) and whole berries, all fermented at a cool temperature giving an elegant perfumed edge.  The palate shows a wealth cherry, plum, liquorice and scorched earth flavours along with supporting spice.  The balance of fruit, perfume and spice is superb and hint towards a wine that will age gracefully for up to 10 years from vintage. 


Flametree Wines is located on the picturesque shores of Geographe Bay in Western Australia, entry point to the renowned Margaret River wine region. The Towner family built their state of the art winery in 2007 which helps demonstrate the Company’s unwavering commitment to excellence.  Its design ensures minimal fruit handling and significant investment has been made in equipment and technology that retains the integrity and quality of fruit. Flametree draws on the strengths of the region by growing and sourcing fruit from mature vineyards in the best sub-regions, crafting wines that exhibit structure, perfume and elegance

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