The 2018 single vineyard Greenock is a strong but sensual Shiraz – big on fruit intensity but with a supple, svelte palate. Mouth-wateringly good!
Bold, brash, assertive red of booze-soaked stewed berries, sweet spice, earthy savouriness, brined black olives with a match between the fog of scent and wall of flavour. A freight train through the palate but finds graphite-licked tannin plumes and good shape with a surprisingly fresh and buoyant finish. Yes, a big red, but finds a groove, indeed, carves one out and leaves a lingering train of autumnal but sweet flavours. It’s a pretty darn epic wine here. 95 Points, Mike Bennie, The Winefront, 2017 Vintage.