Type: Red Wine
Country: Australia
Region: Barossa Valley
Code: IRVI265
Originally bred as hunting dogs, majestic greyhounds are constant companions in the life of Jo Irvine the winemaker and have also been associated with royalty, warriors and noblemen for centuries. Greek warrior Alexander the Great (356-323 BC) used greyhounds during his military campaigns. One faithful battle his favourite greyhound Peritas fought a war elephant. Alexander was so impressed at the faithfulness and bravery of Peritas that he ordered a state funeral for his friend, named a city after him and had a statue erected in his honour in the city square. (Ref: Levrier by Jo Irvine)

Lévrier Wines by Jo Irvine

Jo Irvine produces her Lévrier by Jo Irvine in a 500 tonne purpose built, small batch processing facility in the Barossa Valley. Jo believes that "Great wines are created by synergy and attention to detail both in the vineyard and the winery". She is passionate about the quality of the wines that she produces and is now enjoying worldwide recognition for the wines she has created. The Lévrier range is truly outstanding and we are delighted to be chosen by Jo to promote these wines.
Intense dark brick red in appearance with dark morello cherry and spice aromas and flavours. Beautiful, silky integrated tannins.
Roasted venison with winter vegetables and red wine glaze (or blueberry sauce). Braised ox tail and fresh parsley gnocchi in mild garlic cream sauce.
Personally selected single vineyard fruit from dedicated Barossa and Eden Valley growers. Matured in 40% American and new French oak. Extended ageing in the bottle.

Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine Top 100, 2019. Gold medal - 2019 San Francisco International Wine Competition.

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