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Korean Air Serving Col Cross Shiraz to First Class Passengers on Select Routes

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Starting today (29 July 2014), Korean Air will serve one of Australias finest wines, Col Cross Shiraz, to First Class passengers on Oceania routes, including Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland and Nadi.

 Col Cross Shiraz was born in Haselgrove Winery in McLaren Vale, an internationally renowned wine region in South Australia accounting for 48% of all wines produced in Australia.

Col Cross Shiraz features a deep garnet-purple color and gives pronounced wild berry notes with hints of smoked cured meat and raw wood spice with a hint of chocolate. Medium-bodied with layers of black fruit and earthy flavors on offer in the mouth, the Col Cross Shiraz has a solid backbone of firm chewy tannins and refreshing acid, finishing long and peppery.

The wine, made from the best small-sized grapes, matures for almost 18 months in oak barrels to allow for fruit expression and complimenting oak tannin and flavor.

Korean Air purchased 600 bottles of Col Cross Shiraz 2011 out of the 1,221 bottles produced in 2011.

In addition to the Col Cross Shiraz, Korean Air continues to offer its First Class passengers the choice of French and Californian wines on these routes.

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