This wine hails from a very small winery in Narre Warren East, only just outside the suburban area of Melbourne. This area is not known for wine production. An aroma of “extreme” pepper. A palate with ok length and some plum notes. Pleasant, but unremarkable. The wine was introduced as “Craiglee like”, but I am afraid that while its aroma bore some resemblance, the palate did not. 80 points.
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