Matilda’s Ghost Shiraz

Matilda’s Ghost is a tribute to the Australian spirit, as recounted in the bush ballad “Waltzing Matilda” by Banjo Paterson. The song narrates the story of that iconic Australian Larrikin, “The Swagman”, who, having stolen a jumbuck (a crime punishable by hanging), is discovered camped by a billabong by the sheep’s owner and three policeman. Rather than be captured and face an acrimonious death, he jumped into the water and drowned himself. Legend has it that his ghost still haunts the site to this day.

Matilda’s Ghost ShirazVINTAGE

2016

ALCOHOL

14%

REGION/S

Barossa Valley

GRAPE VARIETIES

Shiraz (100%)

COLOUR

Deep dark red with inky purple hue

BOUQUET

This full bodied, richly flavoured wine with soft velvet tannins has a bouquet of dark forest fruits with a hint of chocolate and vanilla in the background

PALATE

Deep set and tightly grained chocolate oak, stewed plums, currants and black cherries. Earthy savoury notes and upfront black pepper, rich spices and cinnamon are entrenched into this Australian born hero

CELLARING

Can be enjoyed upon release but will benefit from careful cellaring

FOOD MATCH

Enjoy now with an eye-fillet, barbequed quail, roast beef or tasty cheddar

AWARDS

Bronze Medal / 2018 China Wine & Spirits Awards
Bronze Medal / 2018 Melbourne International Wine Competition

Bronze Medal-2018 China Wine & Spirits Awards

Previous Awards for 2014 Vintage:

Silver Medal (91 points)
2017 Australian Wine Showcase
Silver Medal
2017 China Wine & Spirits Awards