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“Slightly more crimson colour is an early sign of a wine with a touch more brightness than the Grains of Paradise; spices and sweet red fruits on the perfumed bouquet lead into a vibrant palate; here the barrel ferment conclusion of the whole bunch primary fermentation in French (60%)/American (40%) oak barriques followed by lees contact resemble a pinot noir approach.”
96 Points – James Halliday, August 2010
Nice dense colour. Some lovely dark fruit sweetness mingled with a hint of French oak spice. Still again a poised palate of mid weight but lovely settled tannins and that signature mouth filling roundness in the mouth without being big.
Barossa Valley, South Australia
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