Sunday, 25 February 2018

Petersons Jamie's Quatro 2015

Four unusual bedfellows in a blend that just seems to work. Generous and more than delicious.

A blend of Zinfandel, Chambourcin, Petit Verdot and Durif - wow. It packs a punch at 16% alc too but you're certainly not belted over the head.

Red licorice, raspberry lollies, blueberries, clove and twigs all get the juices flowing. Cherry ripe and choc berry tart and a late rush of purple flowers add further intrigue. Big and buxom, dark plum and dark berry fruit are hemmed in by dark chocolate and fine spices. Its soft touch screams of class - how could a blend like this draw together so beautifully? Powdery tannins are sprayed across the mouth finishing dry and puckering. Get me some slow cooked beef and I could do some damage here. Super impressive!

Drink now to eight years.


Region: Mudgee
RRP: $60
Source: Sample
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