Collectors Reserve The High Noon Shiraz
At high noon each day, a cannon sounds through the Mother City. The Noon Gun on Signal Hill was originally used to announce the arrival of ships in port with a thundering sound and the peppery smell of powder in the air. The High Noon Shiraz announces its arrival with prominent notes of spice and pepper.
NOSE: White pepper, sweet red fruit with upfront plums, sweet oriental spice and violets.
TASTE: A full-bodied wine with grippy tannins and hints of cinnamon, ceder wood and sweet spice.
Roast venison, beef and lamb with berry sauce, Moroccan lamb, rich casseroles, gruyere, smoked cheeses, pecorino.