|年份: ||2019 |
|國家: ||Australia |
|產區: ||McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley, Padthaway, Wrattonbully |
|葡萄品種: ||Shiraz 100% |
|酒類: ||Red Wine |
|容量: ||750 ml |
|酒精度： ||14.5% |
James Halliday 93 points
COLOUR: Deep, dense cherry-black
NOSE: Dark and brooding.Primary blackberry fruits and black olive tapenade notes segue to black jelly bean; soot.A formic/V.A. lift merges with odours reminiscent of the burnt crystallised crust of a freshly (over) baked fruitcake.Caramelized black fig, quince and quandong paste, and juniper add to the evocative mix.Certainly ripe, but not overripe. At once Bin 28 Shiraz.
PALATE: Sheen/shine/gloss/flesh – which to choose to best describe the immediate impression of that first sip? Or maybe all four?!And yet there’s an enlivening acidity that drives the palate … a palate-shape of three dimensions – or as overheard “Well put together”.Embracing, interwoven, malleable tannins support a chewy appetising mouthfeel.But what does it actually taste like? Bitter chocolate to the fore, pipe tobacco and a mass of dark-berried fruits throughout.Oak? Look harder …it’s there!
PEAK DRINKING:Now – 2040