CRANSWICK Sarus Shiraz
CRANSWICK Sarus Shiraz. Red wine “Lakefield” Shiraz Cabernet from the company Cranswick is made from a blend of varieties Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon grown in vineyards located in the region of Riverina, which has a long history dating back to 1912. Vineyards in the Riverina are at an altitude of 136 meters above sea level and occupies a plot of land around the town of Griffith, in the heart of New South Wales. The soil is a mixture of gravel and clay, lime is in the interior. Precipitation is distributed evenly throughout the year, warm and dry summer provides excellent conditions for ripening grapes, ensuring freshness of flavor and bright berries taste palette. The average age of the vines – 14-18 years. Wine kept for about six months in French oak and a few months in bottles in the cellar of the winery.
There is evidence that the name is derived from Cranswick Crane’s Wyke – the eponymous village in Yorkshire, and Lakefield – this reserve, which is one of Australia’s largest and is located on the Cape York Peninsula. Impressive wetlands are home to rare species of birds – Crane, who later became the emblem of wine at home, as well as the large reptiles and fish Barramundi.
The very same brand Kransvik was created in 1991 when Graham Cranswick-Smith started the management buyout of the company Diageo’s, located in the region of Riverina, New South Wales, Australia. Since then it has become a large company that previously specialized in bottling wines for major Australian producers. The company now produces its own wine, which in a very short period of time began to enjoy an excellent reputation for its excellent quality and exceptional value “price-quality”. Kransvik wine, perfectly combines bright fruit colors, at the same level with the best Australian brands. The grapes for the production comes from the best vineyards in Australia, in order to fully demonstrate the elegance of the modern Australian wine. All the vineyards are subject to careful maintenance, and the main emphasis is on the low yield and fruit quality. More: https://eng.winestyle.ru