Origin: South Eastern Australia
Taste guide: Medium/full bodied, plum and berry fruit, spice and pepper notes, integrated tannins, lightly oaked.
75cl– 14% - screwcap
Deep red in colour, aromas of super-ripe red berry and plum fruit flavours. The palate is rich and powerful and continues these elements and also exhibits the typical spice and pepper tones of Shiraz. The inherent tannins give strength and structure, and the finish is long and satisfying. A complex wine of supreme quality.
Partly oaked this is inexpensive Australian Shiraz at its very best – superbly balanced, rich and powerful yet offering very easing drinking.
Yet another wine produced specifically for one of the top UK importers and supplied both to the retail and restaurant trade.
This wine is drinking superbly well - in fact it is probably softer and smoother with the benefit of the extra ageing.
Sells for around £6.99 with other internet sellers - Binendwines' price is now just £4.25 to clear the last few cases.
nb. This wine may have thrown sediment in bottle which is perfectly harmless and actually indicates that the wine was not subject to over-filtering, as many commercial wines are. Just decant or be careful with the last drops when pouring.