Paringa, Sparkling Shiraz
Staff Pick

Paringa, Sparkling Shiraz - 2020

Item # 32823 750mL
$15.96/ Single Bottle
$191.52 $181.94/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

Sparkling, spicy and complex on the palate. This red wine comes from young vines planted in limestone and loam soils. Fresh and lively, this Shiraz is best served cold and works well alongside an array of curries.


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Staff Pick Notes

Quite simply a fresh, fruity, sparkling red with the slightest hint of sweetness. Brunch? Yes. Picnics? Yes. Barbeque? Yes. Day on the lake? Yes. Try it with a sirloin topped salad, less sweet desserts, dark chocolates, or a fruit salad. With a slight chill this wine satisfies the drinker who is looking for that quick and easy porch-pounder that might even raise a friend’s eyebrow because they’re surprised the Paringa is so refreshing.

- AGL

About the Producer

Riverland, Australia Over 1,000 acres of vines makes up the Paringa Vineyard located in South Australia’s “fruit bowl country” - The Riverland. Paringa Vineyard is a 3 hour drive the states capital, Adelaide. The vineyard abuts Australia’s longest river, The Murray River, and has excellent well draining sandy loam topsoil sitting atop ancient limestone. Rainfall here is very low (sometimes 1 or...

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Shiraz

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