Peter Lehmann Masters ‘Eight Songs’ Shiraz 2012

‘Eight Songs for A Mad King’ was one of Peter Lehmann’s favourite vocal ensemble musical works, loved for its soft harmonies, inspiring PL to emulate their art in a wine unlike anything else he had made before.

Eight Songs Shiraz was first made in 1996 with the aim of producing a decisively soft and stylish style of Barossa wine. Sourced from some of the oldest, low-yielding vineyards across the Barossa, this wine has been matured in 100% new French oak hogsheads. The winemaking team seamlessly integrates the opulent fruit and velvety tannins to create a distinctly elegant wine with an abundance of mocha chocolate and dark plum fruit characters.

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2012 Peter Lehmann Masters ‘Eight Songs’ Shiraz

“95 points”

“This has a great track record, always with an edge of elegance that is very apparent here with its seamless medium-bodied texture, there are even hints of spice and a whisper of licorice; plum and blackberry are the flavour vectors, couched in a supple embrace of ripe tannins and cedary oak.”
Halliday Wine Companion 2016

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