This classic Australian liqueur style is made from low yielding old Muscat, Pedro Ximenez and Frontignac. It is a rich and luscious wine perfect to end any meal.
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.
The palate has plenty of sweet dark fruits and spicy oak flavours. Aged in tight grained French oak barrels for fourteen months, this wine will benefit from cellaring.
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 […]
Dark Side of the Moon Shiraz shows deep forest berry fruit characters complemented by spicy, almost chocolatey oak. The wine is finely structured, quite tight in youth. With time all those forward primary fruit flavours will round out to fill the palate. A pretty and remarkably delicate wine.
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