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Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz
Shiraz
2012
93
1+
$48.50
Ranked #71 of 155 2012 Shiraz from Barossa Valley
90/100
4 Stars
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Deep red with a purple rim; very chocolaty aroma with some ironstone and vanilla touches. The palate is soft and rich, round and quite oaky tasting, with a trace of bitterness at the end and decent persistence. The tannins are very soft and easygoing.
Tasted: 23/09/2014
Drink: N/A

91 Points Robert Parker

Aged 13 months in old American oak hogsheads, the deep garnet-purple colored 2012 Kalimna Bin 28 Shiraz opens with a nose of baked blackberries, mulberries and crème de cassis with hints of licorice, baking spices and a touch of tar. Full-bodied with firm, rounded tannins and tons of fruit, it concludes with a very spicy, long finish.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by Lisa Perrotti-Brown. October, 2014

93 Points James Halliday

In the style of the stonking 2010 Bin 28, though without the same gloss and polish, this is a wine layered with black fruits of all kinds, mixed spice and liquorice, even a note of pot pourri. It has density and presence, yet agility and poise, thanks to layers of firm, powdery tannins, well balanced acidity and excellent persistence. Slightly woolly tannin structure detracts a little at this exceedingly youthful stage, but we''re not used to seeing Bin 28 so early, so give it time. This year, a blend of McLaren Vale, Wrattonbully, Langhorne Creek, Barossa Valley, Padthaway and Upper Adelaide. Drink 2022 - 2032.
Source: James Halliday.

92 Points James Halliday

Sourced from McLaren Vale, Wrattonbully, Langhorne Creek, Barossa Valley, Padthaway and Upper Adelaide, and spent 13 months maturation in used American oak hogsheads. The colour is a healthy, deep and dark red-purple; given the weight of the fruit, the decision not to use even a small percentage of new oak (of whatever origin) is an interesting one - as is the jumble sale of regions. First up, disappointing in the context of the vintage, however much it will develop in bottle and gain stature through to '32. Drink to 2032.
Source: James Halliday. September, 2014

93 Points Tyson Stelzer

In the style of the stonking 2010 Bin 28, though without the same gloss and polish, this is a wine layered with black fruits of all kinds, mixed spice and liquorice, even a note of pot pourri. It has density and presence, yet agility and poise, thanks to layers of firm, powdery tannins, well balanced acidity and excellent persistence. Slightly woolly tannin structure detracts a little at this exceedingly youthful stage, but we''re not used to seeing Bin 28 so early, so give it time. This year, a blend of McLaren Vale, Wrattonbully, Langhorne Creek, Barossa Valley, Padthaway and Upper Adelaide. Drink 2022 - 2032.
Source: Tyson Stelzer.

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