91 Points James Halliday
Full red-purple; the bouquet is rich and dense, but not jammy, with a mix of blackberry, plum and vanilla oak; there is commensurately abundant ripe fruit on the palate, but equally well controlled extract; good balance and length at an appealing price. Drink to 2015.
Source: James Halliday. January, 2003
89 Points Figjam
This wine is perfectly drinkable, but for me its just another toasted black fruit, oak and alcohol driven type offering. If you are an ocasional drinker or you just like powerful and sweet shiraz, have this with a steak and you'll wonder what I'm talking about. If your a bit more serious then I probably don't need to elaborate. Drink in the next 1 to 5 years