Sleek, elegant, spicy shiraz.
This sends the pigeons scurrying. It’s alive with herbs and peppers, leaves and twigs but it also carries notes of seaweed and ripe berries. There’s a bitter touch to the finish but you’d have to say it’s in keeping with the overall boundary-pushing style of the wine. It’s a sinewy wine and a challenging one too, in a good way. It won’t be for everyone but personally it’s right up my alley; it just needs another couple of years in bottle. 92 Points – Campbell Mattinson, The Winefront