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The Senses of ‘The Armagh’ Shiraz 2009

The name of ‘Armagh’ was bestowed by the original Irish settlers who arrived in 1849, and named the lush rolling hill after their homeland.

Sight: This wine is deep plum red with a purple tint.

Smell: It demonstrates enhanced notes of mulberry, blackberry and boysenberry. It is bright, fresh and balanced with rosemary, sage, cinnamon, cedar and black pepper characters.

Taste: The defining features of this wine are shown on the palate with fine grained, integrated tannins. Intense flavours of red currants, black cherries and liquorice are in abundance. Subtle hints of freshly turned earth and truffles linger in the background.

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