This is a lovely, medium bodied and classical expression of Hunter Valley shiraz. It has aromas of redcurrants and deli meats. The palate has good length on the finish, plenty of green pepper and is refined in bearing. I buy too little Hunter Valley shiraz. Rating: Very Good. Abv: 13%. Price: $50.
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