Union Street Shiraz is named after the home street of Zitta wine maker Angelo De Fazio, where he growing in front of his home six corkscrew-trained vines taken from some of the cuttings used to make this wine. In a happy coincidence, the cuttings they come from were originally planted on the De Fazio Vineyard in 1890 the same year in which Angelos home was built.
Union Street Shiraz uses fruit from three De Fazio Vineyard blocks. Grapes are open-top fermented, basket pressed and aged in old oak hogsheads for just 18 months to preserve the fresh fruit flavours. An elegant and fruit-driven with abundant varietal flavour and lingering finish, this wine recalls the honest, everyday wines Angelo grew up with at the family table.
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