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迈波 | 朗格多克•鲁西荣 | 澳大利亚西部 750 ml
  • 口感
  • Berry
  • Smoky wood
  • Pepper (cracked)
  • 最佳食物搭配
  • Beef
  • Lamb
  • Duck
  • 产品亮点
  • 90+
  • 产品信息


    Syrah (also known as Shiraz) is a dark-skinned grape variety grown throughout the world and used primarily to produce red wine. The style and flavour profile of wines made from Syrah is influenced by the climate where the grapes are grown with moderate climates. Our sommelier Alex has selected 3 amazing wines, each made in different country but from same grape. For a limited time we are offering all 3 wines for only ¥355. Save 40%!

    1 x 2018 Elephant in the Room "Stupendous" Shiraz | Langhorne Creek, South Australia
    Elephant in the Room wines are made by legendary winemaker Corey Ryan (ex-Henschke). Youthful, vibrant and fruit expressive, the beautifully lifted bouquet shows blackberry, blueberry jam, floral and spice aromas with a hint of chocolate notes. The palate is juicy and flavoursome, and delivers pristine fruit flavours and silky texture, elegantly structured by fine tannins. Gold Medal at the China Wine & Spirits Awards 2020 and rated 91/100 by Wine Orbit.

    1x 2016 Pierrick Harang "Cuvée Balthasar" Syrah | Languedoc-Roussillon, France
    Strong and complex nose with crystallized violet, blackcurrant, blackberries, liquorice and black pepper. Full and concentrated attack, balanced and unctuous. Long, deep, fruity and spicy end. 90/100 from Decanter Magazine.

    1x 2014 Diemersdal Estate Shiraz | Durbanville, South Africa
    Diemersdal is a well-known landmark in the lush Durbanville Valley, one of the Cape’s oldest wine regions. Since 1885, six generations of the Louws family have practiced their art with skill and passion at Diemersdal. They produce a wide range of soulful, award-winning wines. The Diemersdal Shiraz has a complex nose with overtones of black and white pepper, pomegranate, cigar box, cloves and spice. On the palate there is vibrant red fruit, blackcurrant and dark chocolate flavours, under-pinned by well integrated oak with a long spicy finish.







    Wine is produced in every state, with more than 60 designated wine regions however Australia's wine regions are mainly in the southern, cooler parts of the country, with vineyards located in South Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia, Tasmania and Queensland. The major grape varieties are predominantly Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Semillon, Pinot noir, Riesling, and Sauvignon blanc. Some of the more famous wine areas include Barossa Valley, Coonawarra, Clare Valley, Hunter Valley and Margret River.


    Practically all the most famous grape varieties used in the world's wines are French varieties, and wine is produced all throughout France. France is the second largest wine producer in the world after Italy. The wines produced range from expensive high-end wines sold internationally to more modest wines usually only seen within France. In many respects, French wines have more of a regional than a national identity, as evidenced by different grape varieties, production methods and different classification systems in the various regions. Some of the more famous wine regions in France include Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, Loire, Chablis and the Rhône valley.

    South Africa

    South African wine has a history dating back to 1659, with the first bottle produced in Cape Town by its founder Jan van Riebeeck. Access to international markets led to new investment in the South African wine market. Production is concentrated around Cape Town, with major vineyard and production centres at Constantia, Paarl, Stellenbosch and Worcester. There are about 60 appellations within the Wine of Origin (WO) system, which was implemented in 1973 with a hierarchy of designated production regions, districts and wards. WO wines must only contain grapes from the specific area of origin. "Single vineyard" wines must come from a defined area of less than 5 hectares. An "Estate Wine" can come from adjacent farms if they are farmed together and wine is produced on site. A ward is an area with a distinctive soil type or climate and is roughly equivalent to a European appellation.


    South Australia

    The South Australian wine industry is responsible for more than half the production of all Australian wine. South Australia has a vast diversity in geography and climate which allows the state to be able to produce a range of grape varieties-from the cool climate Riesling variety in the Clare Valley to the big, full bodied Shiraz wines of the Barossa Valley. Some of Australia's best-known wines like Penfolds Grange, Jacob's Creek, Yalumba and Henschke Hill of Grace are produced here, as well as many of Australia's mass-produced box wines.


    Languedoc-Roussillon wine, including the vin de pays labeled Vin de Pays d'Oc, is produced in southern France. While "Languedoc" can refer to a specific historic region of France and Northern Catalonia, usage since the 20th century (especially in the context of wine) has primarily referred to the northern part of the Languedoc-Roussillon région of France, an area which spans the Mediterranean coastline from the French border with Spain to the region of Provence. The area has around 700,000 acres (2,800 km2) under vines and is the single biggest wine-producing region in the world, being responsible for more than a third of France's total wine production.


    Stellenbosch is perhaps the most famous wine-producing region in South Africa. The town, in Western Cape's Coastal Region, is steeped in history and is home to the country’s best-known wine estates. Cabernet Sauvignon is the region's most widely planted grape variety, and is often combined with Merlot to create Bordeaux Blend wines. Vineyards cover the gently rolling hills of Stellenbosch, from Helderberg in the south to the lower slopes of Simonsberg Mountain in the north. This terrain allows for a lot of variation in wine styles, and mesoclimates suitable for the cultivation of all sorts of grape varieties can be found among the exposed hills and sheltered valleys.