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Peter Lehmann Stonewell Shiraz 2013

56,50 €

The story of Stonewell Shiraz began in 1987 when Peter Lehmann decided to make a special Shiraz - a wine of immense intensity and muscularity that would demand time in the barrel and bottle before release. The wine was named ‘Stonewell’ after the district that he believed best showed the characters admired most in Barossa Shiraz. This tradition has continued and each vintage the best Shiraz fruit from their extensive network of...

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Producer Producer: Peter Lehmann
Winemaker: Andrew Wigan
Foreign Region Country: Australia
Region: Barossa Valley
Grapes Syrah (100 %)
Soil Four premium Barossa low-yielding vineyards were selected for the Stonewell 2013 - the Obbietivo Home Block, Bethany Unit Trust Keil Block, Wayne Falkenberg Home and Roesler Home.
Winemaking Fermented and kept on skins for two weeks, together with partial barrel fermentation during this time. Following pressing and clarification, the wine was matured in French oak hogsheads.
Aging 15 months in French oak barrels.
Volume Alcohol by Volume: 14,5%
Bottle Size: 75 cl
Temperature 17ºC - 19ºC
Harmonizations Game dishes or roast beef, or enjoy with cheeses such as Parmigiano Reggiano, aged Cheddar or Grana Padano.
Wine's Awards 92 Points - James Suckling (2018)
95 Points - Tyson Stelzer (2018)
92 Points - James Halliday´s Australian Wine Companion (2018)
Gold Medal - China Wine & Spirits Awards (2019)
Silver Medal - Decanter Asia Wine Awards (2019)
Blue Gold Medal - Sydney Internacional Top 100 (2019)

Often referred to as the man who saved the Barossa Valley, Peter Lehmann’s reputation is legendary throughout the region and Australian winemaking history. Today, Peter Lehmann Wines is one of the most established family owned wineries in the region.

The late 1970s were a difficult time for the wine community in Barossa, as the region was hit by a large surplus of grapes. The companies refused to buy grapes and honor contracts, and Peter Lehmann knew it would destroy the livelihood of 140 family farmers.

In a bold attempt to support his community of producers, Peter took out a loan, set up the equipment and built a small winery to process their grapes. The winery was called Masterson of the Barossa, in honor of the famous player, Skye Masterson of the musical Guys and Dolls.

The wine from the first vintage in 1980 was called "The Futures" in homage to Peter's commitment to pay producers once he sold the wine. This arrangement was sealed with a handshake and Peter's word was his guarantee. True to his promise, when the Money started pouring in, Peter made a point of paying his producers first.

Led by Peter, the Barossa community came together during difficult times, not only to make good wines, but to preserve the future of the land and Barossa region. Today, these longstanding relationships with the same community of family producers give wine producers Peter Lehmann unparalleled access to the best grapes across Barossa.

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Un-oaked Oak aged
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