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Koerner La Korse Red 2018

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A fascinating blend of diverse varieties and vineyards giving a glassful of fruity, spicey and savoury red fruits. It’s a lively, diverse and complex red blend from Watervale area in Clare Valley. Think raspberry fruit with dusty yet sweet fruits, fruity spices and zippy chalky tannins; at a lower 12.7% alc and minimal intervention in the winemaking. So drinkable! - Michael L

60% Sangiovese, 20% Grenache, 15% Sciacarello & 5% Malbec. Numerous batches of fruit where sourced from Vivian, Gullyview and Basshill Vineyards. The fruit was picked over various days through out vintage and in the winery was 100% destemmed. Whole berry ferments occurred using indigenous yeasts, they where plunged once or twice a day and generally lasted 2 weeks. Following this the fruit was pressed to tank where it settled off large lees for a few days and then was transferred to ceramic amphora and old oak for 3 months of maturation. The wine was then blended to tank where it sat on fine lees for a further 5 months. Following this, a small sulphur addition was made and the wine was bottled without fining or filtration. - Winery Note

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Koerner Wine is a partnership between brothers Damon and Jonathan Koerner. We grew up in the Clare Valley but have since spent time working and studying around Australia and abroad. Our wines are produced from fruit grown in the Watervale area of the Clare Valley, with the majority coming from our family vineyard, Gullyview. Gullyview vineyard has been owned and managed by Mum & Dad, (Christine & Anthony Koerner), for the past 38 years. - Winery Note

Additional Information

Volume (ml)750ml
Winemaking PracticesMinimal Intervention
Vineyard PracticesMinimal Intervention
Product typeWine Red Other Varietal/ Blends Italian Style
RegionSouth Australia
Sub-RegionClare Valley

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