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2012 Violet Beauregard | Malbec
Langhorne Creek

$25.00

…Don’t say we didn’t warn you Violet Beauregard!

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Description

If it looks like a blueberry, smells like a blueberry and tastes like a blueberry pie then VIOLET BEAUREGARD you are. Best drunk without Veruca Salt or Augustus Gloop. On the vine our perfectly round, plump and violet-purple Zonte’s Footsteps Malbec looks like blueberries, when you crush, ferment and pour then into a glass it smells like blueberries, and in the mouth our Malbec tastes like blueberry pie. Don’t say we didn’t warn you Violet Beauregard!

Wine Analysis

Wine Specs

Region :Langhorne Creek
Varietal :Malbec
Vintage :2012
Food Pairing :Beef, Lamb

Bottle Specs

Bottle Size :750ml
Retail Price :$25.00
Bottles in Case :12

Technical Specs

Alcohol % :13.0
Bottling Date :14 May, 2013
Aging :12 Months
Sugar :3.0 g/L
Acid :6.28 g/L
PH :3.50
Ingredients :Grapes and sulphur dioxide.

Other ingredients used in the winemaking process:
- Cultivated yeast.
- Yeast nutrients.
Oak :French & American (new and seasoned)
2012 Violet Beauregard Tasting Note
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Langhorne Creek”

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Awards & Accolades

Best Malbec

Wine Maker Challenge International Wine Competition 2014

 

93 points 

James Halliday

“Strong purple-crimson; the growing season was, of course, very good, but it seems to have been particularly favourable for Langhorne Creek Malbec; here the juicy/jam plum fruit also has more structure than most of its peers.”

 

Silver Medal & Cellar Selection

Tastings World Wine Championships 2014

 

Silver Medal

China Wine & Spirits Awards 2014

 

Silver Medal

Critics Challenge 2014

 

4.5 stars

Winestate Magazine 2015 (Vol 38 Issue 1)

“Interesting aromas of rich, red fruits and toffee apple suggesting subtle oak treatment. A medium-sweet palate of good weight, texture and length, with confected red fruits and balanced acidity.”

 

2012 Violet Beauregard Award Sheet