Peter Lehmann Clancys (750ml)
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The Peter Lehmann Winery is one of the best-loved wineries in the region. Built in the late 1970s, it is one of the newer wineries in the region, but it brings with it a ton of dedication and years of experience in the form of its owner, Peter Lehmann. Lehmann himself has been dubbed Baron of the Barossa because of his dedication to the wine industry in the region. These days, he is a legend in the Australian wine world and has helped evolve and shape the industry over seven decades.
It was in 1979 when Lehmann finally opened his own winery, where he would bring together is loyalty and commitment to the Barossa winemaking industry and his well-honed winemaking skills. His main aim was to protect the grape growers of the Barossa region and ensure winemaking remained a stalwart part of Australian culture. The winery itself is set inside an old stone building that’s over a century old. Over time, it has been renovated to give it a sleek and sophisticated look, and it is now home to a contemporary hospitality centre that promises a potted living history of winemaking in the Barossa Valley.
The wine exhibits a rich berry aroma, along with toasty oak notes and a touch of spice. The palate features bright, berry fruit flavours followed by a subtle and elegant finish.
Made up of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Shiraz; the grapes are individually vinified to the completion of fermentation. Following blending of the varietals, the wine is matured in new and old French and American oak hogsheads for 12 months.