Peter Lehman Clancy’s Red mini review

Another one I tasted this one at the Toronto Wine and Spirits festival. Inky dark in color with black berries coming through on the nose. On the mid pallet this wine is dominated by deep rich black berries to match the nose. Blueberries almost to the point of jam but not that sweet. The wine is medium in length on the smooth finish. There’s some pepper coming through from the Shiraz that’s blended in this one and some nice dryness as well. It builds very nicely in the mouth. I would give this an 89-90. Unfortunately I did not take note of the year I tasted 🙁 This wine is a blend of 39% Shiraz, 38% Cab Sauv and 23% Merlot.

From the LCBO web site:
PETER LEHMANN CLANCY’S RED LCBO 611467 | 750 mL bottle Price: $ 17.95

Made in: Region Not Specified, Australia By: Peter Lehmann Pty. Ltd.

Style: Full-bodied & Smooth Wine, Red Wine 13.5% Alcohol/Vol.

Sugar Content: 5 g/L Sweetness Descriptor: XD – Extra Dry

Tasting Note
Deep ruby red colour; vanilla oak and earthy, blackberry, mint and plum aromas; dry, medium to full bodied, very fruity, with flavours of cassis, black cherry and vanilla; soft tannins, and a long oaky finish.

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