This wine was tasted at the same time as the preceding wines from Langmeil, and it was nice to return to the grape variety that the Barossa Valley does best: shiraz. An aroma of soft pepper, brine, plums, dried herbs and American oak. A palate with some length and chalky plums. A pleasant wine. 85 points.
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