94 Points Robert Parker
Deep garnet-purple, the 2012 Warner Vineyard Shiraz displays lovely aromas of red and black berries – mulberries, red cherries and black raspberries – with nuances of lavender, black pepper and wild thyme. Light to medium-bodied, the palate is very elegantly styled, with a moderate level of grainy tannins and lively acid finishing with plenty of vibrant berry, pepper and spice flavor layers.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by Lisa Perrotti-Brown. October, 2014
96 Points James Halliday
The difference between this and the Estate Vineyard Shiraz cannot be overemphasised; here, there is deeper colour, and an almost shocking display on the bouquet and palate of heavily spiced black fruits, anise, earth and briar, a touch of bitter chocolate appearing on the finish and aftertaste; the oak, too, plays a larger role in this wine. If you manage to get your hands on a bottle of each, try to decide how much the difference is the hand of god, how much the hand of man. Drink to 2037.
Source: James Halliday.