Wines

Here is our selection of boutique wines to choose from. If you can’t decide? 

Chambourcin

Chambourcin

2014 Chambourcin

Hunter Valley, NSW

SOLD OUT

    Wine Details

    • Region Hunter Valley
    • Vintage 2014
    • Type Red Wine
    • Variety Chambourcin
    • Volume 750ml
    • Alcohol Volume 14%
    • Standard Drinks 8.3
    • Maturation

      Oak

    • Closure ScrewCap
    • Bottling Date

      19/09/2016

    • Harvest Date

      24/02/2014

    • Background

      1728 bottles produced sold out 31/07/2019

    • Vineyard Notes

      One of the challenges of growing Chambourcin is to control the vigorous nature of the vine and balance yields to allow for optimum ripeness and colour, at Misty Glen we believe that this is achieved.

    • Winemaking

      Chambourcin is often compared to Merlot for its softness and to Shiraz for its spiciness. 2014 was a hot dry summer producing intense fruit flavours.

    • Tasting Notes

      A medium bodied wine, fantastic slightly chilled in the summer. Mulberry and blackberry flavours with a hint of pepper and spice. Naturally low in tannin for a soft mouthfeel. Pronounced "Sham-Bore-San" !

    • Style

      Dry

    • Colour

      Ruby red

    • Bouquet

      Hints of pepper and spice

    • Palate

      Smooth

    • Peak Drinking / Cellaring Potential

      Until 2024

    • Food Matches

      Great with spicy lamb dishes, dips and cheese

    Wine Details

    • Region Hunter Valley
    • Vintage 2014
    • Type Red Wine
    • Variety Chambourcin
    • Volume 750ml
    • Alcohol Volume 14%
    • Standard Drinks 8.3
    • Maturation

      Oak

    • Closure ScrewCap
    • Bottling Date

      19/09/2016

    • Harvest Date

      24/02/2014

    • Background

      1728 bottles produced sold out 31/07/2019

    • Vineyard Notes

      One of the challenges of growing Chambourcin is to control the vigorous nature of the vine and balance yields to allow for optimum ripeness and colour, at Misty Glen we believe that this is achieved.

    • Winemaking

      Chambourcin is often compared to Merlot for its softness and to Shiraz for its spiciness. 2014 was a hot dry summer producing intense fruit flavours.

    • Tasting Notes

      A medium bodied wine, fantastic slightly chilled in the summer. Mulberry and blackberry flavours with a hint of pepper and spice. Naturally low in tannin for a soft mouthfeel. Pronounced "Sham-Bore-San" !

    • Style

      Dry

    • Colour

      Ruby red

    • Bouquet

      Hints of pepper and spice

    • Palate

      Smooth

    • Peak Drinking / Cellaring Potential

      Until 2024

    • Food Matches

      Great with spicy lamb dishes, dips and cheese

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