Premium Wines | 2008 Shiraz
Jeremy Oliver, Australian Wine Annual 2012, 90 points
Surprisingly elegant, with a pristine core of vibrant, spicy fruit, it’s scented with a very spicy, dusty and slightly meaty bouquet of dark plums, blackberries, blueberries and restrained cedar/vanilla oak backed by a hint of spirit. Long smooth, its gentle presence of cassis, violets, blackberries and fresh oak is backed by a fine, chalky undercarriage, finishing with a hint of spirit warmth.
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McLaren Vale - Estate Grown
Deep, dark maroon
Lifted dark chocolate, sweet fruit cake, plums and a spicy oak background.
Spice and dark chocolate continue through on the palate. The fruit is powerful and up front, giving a beautiful rich coating on the mouth. Fine tannins round out the wine. Not for the faint hearted!!
Drink now to 10 years
French and American new and old oak