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Miles from Nowhere Best Blocks Shiraz 2015

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Country: Australia
Region: Western Australia, Margret River
Grape Variety: 100% Shiraz (Syrah)
Vintage: 2015
Aging Potential: Drink now through 2017
Serving Temperature: 16 °C
Alcohol Level: 14.6%

The Wine
Deep purple/red. Aromas of mixed berries, freshly cracked pepper, spice, vanilla and cocoa bean. Ripe reds fruits, and lingering spice, soft, fine grained tannins, elegant structure with good length. Best paired with Char-grilled porterhouse streak served with a mustard butter sauce and seasonal vegetables.


A Margaret River Winery, rated 5 star by James Halliday. "Miles from nowhere" is all about a passion for winemaking; with this passion, the winery gathered little pockets of exceptional land and vineyards, scattered across the Margaret River region of Western Australia and based their winemaking on a property in Cowaramup.

In their winemaking, they passionately crafted wine to bring some of the “terroir”, the relaxed time and space, and the “palate” of the region into the wine glass. The focus is to produce serious wine in a serious package, yet retain the essential ingredients of excitement, fun and enjoyment.

Their winemakers are Oenologist Rory Clifton-Parks and, a well-known industry veteran Franklin Tate. The Parks & Tate team bring extensive depth, knowledge and passion to Miles from nowhere. Franklin Tate, having guided his family's Margaret River winemaking business to iconic status. Franklin Tate always wanted to do something really special, unique and distinct, that from the ground up truly expressed what was unique about the ‘terroirs’ of Margaret River.

Producer Miles from Nowhere
Country Australia
Region Western Australia
Color Red
Classification Margaret River
Style Medium-Bodied, Dry
Alcohol Content 14.6%
Serving Temperature 16 °C
Vintage 2015
Grape Variety 100% Shiraz or Syrah
Wine Closure Screwcap
Cellaring Ready to Drink/Keep
Bottle Size 75cl
Food Pairing
IWC Ratings
Robert Parker
Wine Spectator
James Halliday 92 Points

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