Climbing Shiraz 2005
Syrah/Shiraz from Australia
Defined by altitude, Orange is one of Australia's highest and coolest wine
regions starting at 600 meters above sea level. The name Climbing is an
active reference to the high altitude of Climbing's vineyard and their continual quest for
greater achievement. The vines are low yield, providing intense flavors
and even berry ripening.
Winemaker Philip Shaw describes this wine as "having good intense
color, rich vibrant fruit and a touch of oak with intense plum fruit
dominating. What I like about this... View More
An attractive medium-bodied wine with cherry and blackberry fruit, fine tannins and controlled oak.
The wines of Climbing are sourced from Orange, the Australian wine region in New South Wales, located approximately 125 miles west of Sydney on the slopes of the Great Dividing Range. Defined by altitude, as well as by soil type and other more common traits of terroir, Orange begins at 1,965 feet (600 meters) above sea level, and is one of Australia’s highest and coolest wine regions. Orange is noted for intense sunlight, which, coupled... View More