Fresh cherries and stewed plums complexed by herbaceous characters and subtle oak.
Reminiscent of pane forte, the palate is an exotic mix of ripe fruit flavours, hints of pepper and ginger spice, chewy tannins and a rich palate texture.
Focussed and fine, the palate is medium in body and delicately textured with red cherries and ripe mulberries. Black olive, dried sage and coffee bean presents elegant layers, which are woven together with a minerally acid line and chalky structural tannin.
The serious and complex palate is mouth-filling with generous dark fruit and balanced oak barrel characters. There are fine integrated tannins giving the wine a solid structure. Overall, the pure varietal fruit, plush oak and rounded tannins give the wine beautiful harmony.
Oracle Shiraz – Sydney International Wine Competition 2012 Warren Gibson – Lifted and spicy. Very focused and pure with nice blackberry notes. Quite a sweet palate with a suggestion of residual sugar. Lovely spice and richness with the venison. Perhaps the sweetness a little amplified. Simon Tam – The Shiraz was very fragrant, spicy. A […]
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