A good look for the new livery for the Signature range.
Jacob’s Creek, Barossa Signature, Shiraz, Barossa, 2017
Comforting and familiar Barossa: all manner of plum, dark chocolate and heady clove spice. Smooth cedary oak and darkly roasted meat juices offset those aforementioned varietals. Offers a keen view of the Barossa archetype without being overblown or a caricature. Just into the full bodied range. The tannins offer a pleasing rumble under vanilla/mocha tinged plum and mulberry fruit. Finishes clean as a whistle. The wine to reach for when you need to explain Barossa shiraz.