Evans & Tate Cloud Dancer Shiraz 2015 is rich,fruity. It develops aromas of white pepper and wood,coupled with blueberry,black cherry.This wine will match perfectly with Poultry,Fish or Salad.
Evans & Tate Cloud Dancer Shiraz is a wine from Western Australia,region of Australia ,By far the most well-known and established wine region in the South West is Margaret River, three hours’ drive south of Perth. The signature wines produced by Margaret River wineries include Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Cabernet Sauvignon. From here, head south into the depths of the tall-tree forests, and you’ll enter the cooler-climate wine region of the Great Southern, noted for its exceptional Riesling and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Evans & Tate Cloud Dancer Shiraz is located in Western Australia's sub-region of Margaret River ,Margaret River Wine Region is internationally recognised as a premium producer of Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. It also produces a signature style of wine with the blend of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc. Margaret River has in under 50 years grown to become one of the world’s great wine producing regions. The benefit for a bottle of wine with Margaret River on the label comes from a unique combination of science, location and people; we are unique to other wine world regions in the combination of regional assets and wine attributes it can bring.
Evans & Tate is celebrated as the Number 1 Margaret River brand in Australia having found its Margaret River home in 1974 on the northern bank of the Wilyabrup River. Known for its well-drained gravel soils, Mediterranean climate and maritime influence, it was the perfect location on which to plant vines. Since these humble beginnings the Evans & Tate winemaking philosophy has focused on maximising fruit quality in the vineyard, along with producing wines that balance power and elegance. Evans & Tate wines tell the story of their home and the year that was.
The 2014 growing season in Western Australia commenced by coming off a lovely cool, wet before the vines burst away in Aug. Some rain events during Spring meant flowering and fruit set was variable which slightly reduced yields across many vineyards. The region then moved into ideal weather from December to March that Western Australia is renowned for. Warm days with lovely cool nights and mainly bone dry except for some patchy, short lived rain from the tail of Cyclone Olwyn – which was perfectly timed as most white varieties had been harvested and the timing and volume of this rainfall event was ideal to freshen the reds and kick them on to achieve full ripeness and ideal balance – a trait of the West Australian 2015 vintage.