Graham Beck The Joshua

$49.95 aud

This wine reflects Graham Joshua Beck's great love of Shiraz. A co-fermentation of Shiraz (93%) and Viognier (7%). The Joshua is barrel matured for 15 months in new fill Oak. The two varieties form a seamless combination to create a rich and rewarding wine of depth and complexity. The perfect accompaniment to rich meat stews, grilled rack of lamb, rare roast beef and ostrich fillet.

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