Friday, 17 June 2016

Shaw Vineyard Estate Shiraz 2013

No complaints here - quality drinking for 25 bucks.

Deliciously medium bodied, red fruits, char, peppery spice kicking on through. A lick of raspberry becomes more apparent with more time in the glass. Oak plays its hand, 30% of which was new French, sitting there for 22 months prior to bottling. Whilst the acid is faintly noticeable, the fruit delivered fills out well enough to hold its own. Long to finish with soft tannins, a long week at the office could make easy work of this.

Drink now to eight years.

Very good.

Region: Canberra
RRP: $25
Source: Sample

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