A moreish Barossa Shiraz that is approachable, full-bodied and fleshy. Deep and brooding with aromas of dark fruits, red spices, anise, and ripe cherries, the palate flows with even texture towards a soft finish.
Enjoy with sweet potato and black bean burgers or a lamb roast with all the trimmings.
A quite distinctive, dark-cherry and raspberry nose with a gently tarry edge, leading to a smooth and fleshy, red and dark-berry palate. There’s great value in this soulful shiraz. Drink now. Screw cap.
- James Suckling, 91 pts.
This is a well-balanced and drinkable yet food friendly example of Barossa's most famous wine style. It oozes ripe plums, licorice, dried green herbs, dried florals, warm earth and graphite nuances with a lick of spicy oak. The tannins are fine and chalky textured, and a line of acidity lifts the plump fruit, herbs and spice into brightness.
- Wine Enthusiast, 90 pts.