Glaetzer’s Amon Ra from 2005 is a singularly impressive wine. I read some local commentary that suggested that the wine wasn’t that good, or is a “Parker wine” that will fall over. My view is the polar opposite. A stunning aroma of pepper, spices, plums, all with an almost surprising elegant restraint. The palate had excellent length, richness, evident spices and was genuinely the “real deal”. I strongly recommend decanting this wine: it improved considerably with air. 100 points.
Price: around $100
Would I buy it having tasted it? Yes