Luscious, sweet, ripe and jammy not unlike many of our favourite Barossa cult shiraz labels. Where it differs is the other 50% - Grenache, which adds a savoury edge of complexity and balance. There is also something to like about the almost european elegance and restraint that 10 years of bottle age has delivered - in spite of its 14.3% alcohol. No mouthfulls of chalky, teeth staining tar here. Well done Malcolm Seppelt.
- Rating: 92 (Average for all reviewers 92)
- Drink: Drink in the next 1 to 5 years