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Jacob’s Creek brings Three Vines to Quebec


March 23, 2009
By CNW Group

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March 23, 2009, Montreal – For its North American debut,
Jacob's Creek launched Three Vines Shiraz Cabernet Tempranillo exclusively in
Quebec.



The product will hit SAQ store shelves in April.

"Our Three Vines Shiraz Cabernet Tempranillo is a blend
of classic and contemporary, in taste, style and technique," says Philip
Laffer, winemaker at Jacob's Creek wines. "Quebec is home to a culture of
sophisticated and adventurous wine aficionados. They are knowledgeable about
classic wines, but always willing to try something new and unique. And since
Jacob's Creek(R) is Quebec's leading Australian wine, it is only fitting that
Three Vines should make its North American debut here."

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First launched in Australia in 2007, this wine is an expression
of three grape varieties – Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Tempranillo. Shiraz
and Cabernet Sauvignon are a favourite blend among Australian wines, as the smoothness
and fruit flavour of the Shiraz are complemented by the structure of the
Cabernet.

Three Vines adds a twist to a classic style by including
Tempranillo – for centuries Spain's most revered grape variety – which now also
thrives in South Eastern Australia. The Tempranillo adds elements of intensity
and richness along with notes of cherry and spice, for a final blend that
marries new world and old for a contemporary, quintessentially Australian
style.