The 1990’s were the turning point for D’Arenberg Wines and the vineyard has gone from strength to strength ever since. Located in Maclaren Vale they produce both red and white wines all of which have rather intriguing names. They keep things natural following organic and biodynamic principles as well as keeping some of their wines unfiltered and unfined.
Dead Arm Shiraz which is produced from nearly 100 year old vines has gained a loyal following and its ability to age will make it a worthwhile investment. Both the 1999 and 2001 vintages were built to last and yet, seem to be better priced than some of the more recent vintages. Rich and intense they both offer up classic shiraz notes of liquorice, black pepper and cassis. With this amount of age they are also soft and smooth on the palate.
Please allow around 2 weeks for delivery of this wine.
Overseas deliveries can take longer.
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2002 was an average vintage in South Australia