I love this wine. Might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s an excellent rose with a dose of sweetness from the addition of unfermented juice. If you’re expecting a Aix en Provence style Rose this is not the wine you’re looking for. If you’re looking for a delicious Rose on a hot Australian afternoon, this is it. — 30 minutes ago
Once your nose is in the glass you’ll want to dive in! It has this earthy richness that I can’t pin down. The palate is terrifically complete for one so young. Mild super fine tannins and a very gentle use of oak, literally mouth watering.￼ — 15 days ago
This is extremely youthful. Ink, mint, resin, blackberries, black pepper and kalamata olives.
Lots of tannines, which are perfectly ripe and soft, Elegant and powerful, this is so promising, but needs at least three more years in the dungeon. Or 24hr in the decanter.
Truly beautiful, pure and graceful. — 16 days ago
The wine was very closed in the first two days and only maybe had a hint of floral notes on the nose and the wine was largely flat on the palate. However, it really started to open up a week later in the fridge and strawberry fruit started to show with nice structure. Stunning wine that I can drink for days. — 11 hours ago
Big bold, classic Barossa Shiraz. Loads of oak, grows and grows — a day ago
Don’t have much experience with Brett but maybe that’s the stuff I didn’t like about this wine in the first few days. When that blew off this wine had herbaceous notes and was borderline savory for me. Don’t have a great reference point for such a wine but hopefully I get more opportunities to taste more of this in the future. — 11 hours ago
Quite an alluring nose, deep and layered. Just half a second after the first sip I knew it was epic. It hits the palate with dimension and balance. It dominates the front and mid palate and stays there for the whole ride. This is soft and approachable while still being balanced and classical. Hell yeah! — 16 days ago