Premium Wines | 2003 Shiraz
Nick Stock, The Adelaide Review, April/May 2006, 91 points
Deep, earthy McLaren Vale character becomes spicy with air, offering a streak of perfumed lift, a shake of pepper and then chocolate.The palate is supple and soft, full of generous dark berry flavour, meaty richness and spice. Ripe tannins cushion the finish. They roll around, creating superb texture and length. This is the kind of wine that's given McLaren Vale a stellar reputation for full-bodied, juicy Shiraz
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100% McLaren Vale
Rich, deep maroon.
Dark chocolate, mulberry and sweet oak characters.
Bursting with fruit on the palate, huge mid-palate weight, balanced with rich oak & plenty of length.
1/3 new American & French oak, 2/3 old American and French oak for 22 months
Corrina Rayment, 6th Generation family member