1 x Case (6 bottles) of Lord's Fathers Time Shiraz
Father Time is a weathervane at Lord's Cricket Ground, London, in the shape of Father Time removing the bails from a wicket. It was given to Lord's in 1926 by the architect of the Grandstand, Sir Herbert Baker. The symbolism of the figure derives from Law 16(3) of the Law of Cricket: "After the call of Time, the bails shall be removed from both wickets."
A fruit driven Shiraz, with hints of subtle spice, lightly touched by oak.
Acidity: 5.8 g/l