Premium Wines | 2012 Shiraz
Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Companion, 93 points
Wine Companion tasting note.
CM - Published on 27 Jul 2014
Deep, dark and impressive. Intense, warm-hearted notes of blackberry, asphalt, salt-bush and dried, woody clove. Intensity of fruit is the main game; oak has almost been entirely consumed. And yet rusty, earthen tannin help gives the wine both a minerally and traditional edge.
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