SBOCA Clairvaux Shiraz 2009
Membership of the St. Bernard’s Old Collegians’ Association is bestowed upon all of those who have attended the School. The Old Collegians is an association run by Old Boys specifically for Old Boys, it is of little surprise to note that the number of Old Collegians taking part in its activities of one kind or another is large and always growing. The Association aims to facilitate commutation, connection and support between all who have had the pride to where the blue, black and gold. This includes providing opportunities for those that have graduated from the college, as well as those that are yet to become ‘Old Collegians’; those boys still currently attending the college.
The SBOCA Clairvaux Shiraz is crafted from quality grapes sourced from selected vineyards in South Eastern Australia. Exhibiting true varietal fruit flavours, the wine is a classic expression of Australia's best red wine variety. Approachable, food friendly and great value, it is a classic varietal expressions with Australian style. This wine is dark crimson in colour, showcasing lush dark berry and plum fruit flavours, with a savoury tannin profile and supportive oak finish. Blended from a number of regions and vineyards, read more...fruit is harvested according to flavour development and vine condition. The wine is aged in oak for 10 months and then bottled prior to the next harvest.
The SBOCA wine series is bottled exclusively for the St Bernards Old Collegians Association and each wine celebrates the artwork of a current or past student. The artist of the 2009 vintage is Matthew Lucente.
All proceeds from the sale of this wine go back to SBOCA.
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