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Turkey Flat Butcher's Block

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Dan Murphy's Wine Panel

Dan Murphy's Wine Panel

From the Barossa Valley in Australia, this estate bottled wine is bullish but in a good way! Winery owners, the Schultz Family, took possession of the Turkey Flat property around 1865. The wine offers a generous palate of plum, cherry, black currant, spice and a smoky just off the grill kind of taste. Majestic Wine in the UK says that on a 5 point scale, Turkey Flat is a 4 in terms of body. Grilling out, this is your bottle. From the winery:

2012 BUTCHERS BLOCK RED

  • VARIETY
     
    45% SHIRAZ, 30% GRENACHE, 25% MOURVEDRE
     
  • RELEASES
     
    16TH RELEASE 
    Previous vintages

The Butchers Block is a traditional Barossa blend made with grapes selected from the Turkey Flat vineyards, including some from the original old vine plantings. It is a blend of Shiraz, Grenache and Mourvédre (Mataro), with the proportions of each variety varying from vintage to vintage.

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