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2007 Orphan Bank Imperial

Destined for destruction to make way for housing, ten rows of 140 year old Shiraz vines were rescued by Langmeil and transplanted, thus preserving part of the Barossa’s heritage. These orphans are not without relatives. They share a common ancestry with our 1843 Freedom vineyard, having been planted in the 1800’s on what was then the same allotment: section 36, Hundred of Moorooroo.

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Wine Profile

COLOUR: Very deep crimson, purple 

NOSE: Lifted perfume of ripe Satsuma plums, liquorice, violets and pepper tease the nostrils with well integrated French oak characters of cedar and biscuit that make you want to jump into the glass

PALATE: Full bodied yet velvety texture tantalizes the taste buds with plum and raspberries dominating the flavours and hints of sweet spice, black olive and pepper adding to the complexity. The finish is fruitful and long eventually ending in a spicy, peppery fashion with the austerity of youth.

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