From Centenarian vines planted in 1907, this Shiraz from Lou Miranda is in better shape and demonstrates more balance than its sibling, the Centenarian Shiraz Mourvedre 2018.
Once again, this is quite rich and generous and I'm curious why it sees American oak. A little warming, it opens up gradually over four days of tasting. It's no shrinking violet, that's for sure.
It opens with sweet steak rub spices, chocolate and caramel. Cedar and sandalwood swoops with a dense plum and black fruit drive. Tuck it away and forget about it - it will live long.
Drink to 10 years+