Deep crimson in colour. Noticeable oak and spice on nose. Medium to full bodied. Red and black fruits on palate- plum and blueberry notes sadly dominated by the Oak. As mentioned in other posts I believe Margaret River is much better suited to Cabernet and blends rather than Shiraz - no better exemplified than the 2 offerings from this well performed winery - Cape Mentelle. — 12 days ago
Paid $21 on special. Usually $45 ?
Really good. — 7 days ago
Ok whaaaaaat?!? This is a Shiraz? It’s...downright elegant! The nose is like a warm summer sunset of pluots and just ripe berries a hint of spices, good aroma that matches with a luscious mouthfeel delicate tannins and a juicy, stony finish. Would crush the shit out of this. — 21 days ago
Nice and light, almost like a pinot but full bodied flavor. I like it. — 11 hours ago
Slightly sweet but good balance, enjoyed this a lot. — 6 days ago
Crisp CH, not overall Oakes. Stone fruit notes and citrus finish — 14 days ago
Nose: Complex, dark berries, licorice, oak, mint.
Taste: Smooth fruit, oak, fine tannins
Delicious — 10 days ago
To clarify the Delectable description this is actually Cabernet Franc dominant. This is Woodlands take on a Right Bank blend being 47% Cabernet Franc, 39% Merlot; 11% Malbec; 2% Cabernet Sauvignon and 1% Petit Verdot. Aromas of Black Currant, vanilla Oak, some violet, Capsicum Mulberry and steeped black Tea. Medium bodied - black currant and medium minus black tea tannins. Medium intensity. An honest effort and reasonable QPR at about $40. Drink last one later this year. — a month ago
Best $12 wine I’ve had. Nice plum and vanilla oak taste. Will definitely add to the regular list. — 7 days ago