They make 'em big in Langhorne Creek. Black and brooding in the glass, there's plenty of comfort in the glass.
Minty and cedar aromas diffuse from the glass immediately. Touches of clove and black earth ride on the back of dense black fruit. Quite drying and sapping, 14 months in French oak has the oak balance in the mouth sitting on the higher side of ideal. A tomahawk steak or a side of lamb needed to do the job here.
Drink now to ten years.
Region: Langhorne Creek
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