Stella Bella Shiraz 2008

| June 6, 2011 | 0 Comments

Stella Bella Shiraz 2008 Margaret River Wine Review

Stella Bella Shiraz 2008

Stella Bella Shiraz 2008 (RRP $27)

Growing Region: Margaret River
Variety: Shiraz 99%, Viognier 1%
Alcohol: 14%

Stella Bella Wines is a small, privately owned wine company, located in the Margaret River region of Western Australia that makes wines under the quixotic names of Stella Bella, Suckfizzle and Skuttlebutt. The Stella Bella Cellar Door is situated 2kms on Rosabrook road, from the Bussell Hwy turnoff, which is only five minutes from the town centre of Margaret River.

A distinctly spicy shiraz from Margaret River. It’s medium-bodied with a supple generous palate supported by dry ripe and quite fine tannins and perfectly weighted spicy oak characters. All in all a well balanced and very appealing shiraz demonstrating how good this variety can be in this region.


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Category: Food + Drink, Reviews, Wine Reviews

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