Famous since the 19th century, Barossa Shiraz is a classic on the international stage, and Peter Lehmann is one of its best known producers. The Pastor’s Son has knockout richness and depth, with lots of dense blackberry, dark chocolate and spice.
"Ripe flavours of blackberries, boysenberries and raspberries on a fresh, finely structured palate"
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The late, great Peter Lehmann was a fifth generation Barossa winemaker and a legend in his own lifetime. The son of a Lutheran preacher, he became a champion of small independent grape growers in the region, buying their grapes through the tough days of the 1970s when the big wineries reneged on their contracts. This earned Peter the title ‘Baron of the Barossa’. Those growers never forgot his generosity and always stayed loyal. With a fabulous wine range including the world class Stonewell, no one did more to elevate the Barossa to cult status than Peter. He died aged 83 in 2013 but his generous spirit lives on in this hearty, big spice Shiraz. Rich, chocolatey, with a peppery vanilla edge, it’s supreme with rare beef steaks or roast lamb.
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