This rich wine is a must for roast leg of lamb off the barbecue rotisserie.
Tasting Note: Medium bodied but firm with a stream of lightly chalky tannins running through it. It's a little meaty, with pepper spice and some mint sitting on top of boysenberry and plum fruit. Has something like malty Turkish dried apricot sweetness and subtle vanilla oak providing a bit of prettiness. And it's a pretty serious wine for the price too, and one that's sure to cellar pretty well. Score - 93. (Gary Walsh, winefront.com.au, July 2010)
|Brewer||Treasury Wine Estates|
|Sugar/Sweetness||D - Dry|
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