Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Thomas Wines Déjà Vu Shiraz 2014
There's so much appeal in the glass. Bright, you get the sense it is alive and bouncing on the balls of its feet. Medium bodied, earthy and savoury fruit are tempered by the co-fermented verjuice which lifts the wine aromatically whilst slipping on the dancing shoes. Blue fruits and aromas edging on violets have me hooked. Crunchy like acidity rounds out a wine which I can't resist but keep topping up. And I did. Super buying for $30 too.
Will cellar long term.
Region: Hunter Valley
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