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Petersons 2021 Durif Barossa Valley

Petersons 2021 Durif Barossa Valley

2021 Durif

Barossa Valley, South Australia

Rich, ripe, full bodied and firm. Upfront fruit flavours are of mixed dark fruit compote with hints of black jube.

From $50.00 per 750ml

    Wine Details

    • Region Barossa Valley, South Australia
    • Vintage 2021
    • Type Red Wine
    • Variety Durif
    • Volume 750ml
    • Alcohol Volume 15%
    • Standard Drinks 8.8
    • Closure Cork
    • Colour

      Intensely dark, black olive in colour with opaque vibrant cerise hues.

    • Bouquet

      Aromatic, spicy, intense and powerful. The upfront fruit aromas are of stewed black fruits reminiscent of freshly baked blackberry pie. This is supported by strong spice aromas of black pepper, aniseed and dark chocolate.

    • Palate

      Rich, ripe, full bodied and firm. The upfront fruit flavours are of mixed dark fruit compote with hunts of black jube. The mid palate is broad with spiced flavours with hints of liquorice and carob. The back palate is long and dry with persistent yet soft tannins.

    • Peak Drinking / Cellaring Potential

      Now – 8 years (Written September 2023).

    • Food Matches

      Steak and kidney pie, char-grilled peppered Kangaroo fillet, stilton.

    Wine Details

    • Region Barossa Valley, South Australia
    • Vintage 2021
    • Type Red Wine
    • Variety Durif
    • Volume 750ml
    • Alcohol Volume 15%
    • Standard Drinks 8.8
    • Closure Cork
    • Colour

      Intensely dark, black olive in colour with opaque vibrant cerise hues.

    • Bouquet

      Aromatic, spicy, intense and powerful. The upfront fruit aromas are of stewed black fruits reminiscent of freshly baked blackberry pie. This is supported by strong spice aromas of black pepper, aniseed and dark chocolate.

    • Palate

      Rich, ripe, full bodied and firm. The upfront fruit flavours are of mixed dark fruit compote with hunts of black jube. The mid palate is broad with spiced flavours with hints of liquorice and carob. The back palate is long and dry with persistent yet soft tannins.

    • Peak Drinking / Cellaring Potential

      Now – 8 years (Written September 2023).

    • Food Matches

      Steak and kidney pie, char-grilled peppered Kangaroo fillet, stilton.