|International Wine Challenge 2019: Trophy 96 points|
|International Wine Challenge 2019: Gold Medal|
£19.00 per bottle
Bird in Hand’s 2017 Syrah has been awarded the trophy for the best Australian red wine at what is referred to as the ‘Oscars of the wine trade’, the prestigious International Wine Challenge (IWC). The 2017 Syrah scored 96 points by a panel of international judges, including Masters of Wine Tim Atkin, Natasha Hughes and Madeleine Stenwreth. The Bird in Hand Syrah was described by the panel as “Brooding and focused with elegant floral black fruits on the nose and cool climate elegance. Pure raspberry and wild strawberry fruit, understated oak and fine tannins.”
Bird in Hand Syrah is a medium bodied, elegant and structured wine with soft, gentle tannins balanced with enough fruit weight to drive a long finish. The aromatics are lifted and perfumed, with sweet florals, blackberry and a hint of pepper complemented by a touch of intriguing charry smoke.
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