Quite dense crimson in colour. Very spicy nose with meaty notes. Silky graphite like tannins. More savoury spicy than fruity on the medium weight palate. Great conditions in the Yarra Valley in 2015. The winner of the Trevor Mast Trophy for Best Shiraz and also Trophy for best single vineyard wine at the Royal Melbourne Wine Awards in 2016. Amazing QPR at only $30. Will go on for 5+ years at least with the structure it has. Have 2 bottles left. — 5 days ago
Lovely and soft and creamy - expensive oak — 4 days ago
Floral berry nose
Dry, medium length — 14 days ago
A great dinner party red - not too easy to drink that you drink without really registering anything except “red wine” but not one you have to dry to decide whether you like or not. — 4 days ago
Note perfect pinot, light and drinkable, black fruit. — 15 days ago
Dusty plums and cherries together with decayed plant matter and mushroom. On the palate luscious and savoury at the same time. Certainly in the conversation when discussing Australia’s top Pinot Noirs. Excellent quality for the difficult year for bushfires in the Yarra Valley. Bindi is not in the Yarra but it is in reasonable proximity to the north of Melbourne in the Macedon Ranges. After a while the nose had a Rhubarb and Pastille note. 97 points from Huon Hooke. — 25 days ago
Labeled Champs de Cherises Single Vineyard.
Very good, but I find it less focused and complete than the Appellation they produce.
Still absolutely above the average chardy.
Not overly oaky, you can feel the determined expression of the site with an unusual red little berry on the nose as a peculiarity. — a month ago
Nice easy drinking chardonnay, not overly oaked. Fresher style. — 17 days ago