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2022 Ministry of Clouds Shiraz McLaren Vale South Australia
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93 points James Suckling: "Clove, star anise, mace, blueberry and smoked charcuterie kick off proceedings. The tannins roll across the mouth with a signature of peppery refinement, nicely astringent. The whole-bunch element, used to good effect. This is a classy, fuller expression of shiraz, with all efforts made to rein in any excess. The result is mid-weighted of feel and immensely savory. A long, jittery finish." (09/2023) K&L Notes: Erin Larkin for Wine Advocate on the producer's style: "This is exciting. There is a seamless integration of tannin a...
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92 points James Halliday: "A decadent and lustrous crimson. Fine aromas of maritime cabernet, pointed and considerably refined for a wine at this price. Kelp, green olive, sage and currant are saturated, fulsome and expansive across the palate. Fine length due to a poised tannic kit, savvy oak handling and a stream of salty freshness. A bargain. (NW)" (04/2023)
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92 points Vinous: "The 2021 Grenache is a lighter and more ethereal expression and shows pretty clove and cranberry aromas with a backbone of earthy tones. Fresh acidity provides a vibrant start before building in texture and weight through to a lingering finish. Stalky tannins add a gentle bite. It feels not quite together and needs a couple of years to settle. (AH) " (02/2023) 91 points James Suckling: "Aromas of rosemary and thyme mix with baked cherries and blackberries. Medium-bodied with silky tannins. Mineral undertones give definition and arti...
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91 points Bob Campbell: "Deep, dark purple-red colour with a smoky/sooty charcoaly nose with graphite and bitumen aspects, Very savoury on the tongue, but also quite rich and deep, with a stack of flavour underlined by measured but insistent tannins. Good each-way shiraz, to drink young or preferably keep a little while. Has in grunt what it lacks in elegance." (07/2023)
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95 points James Halliday: "Coriole and Mudgee-inhabited Montrose both had plantings of sangiovese in 1985, those of Coriole the most significant, Montrose made by Carlo Corino, trained in Italy, a wine citizen of the world. This is a three-dimensional wine, the bouquet and palate both attesting to its varietal roots, and taking the opportunity offered by the great vintage, the herbal nuances on the finish adding charisma to the equation." (11/2022) 93 points Bob Campbell: "Deep red-purple colour; youthful but layered bouquet of wood oil, smoky berries,...
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91 points James Halliday: "Terra rossa soils the source. And they show, as a ferrous ingress of iodine and sweet earth, mingling with blue and darker fruit aspersions and the smoked meatiness of reductive handling and its floral lift. A rich wine with a modicum of restraint, tension and solid drinkability. (NG)" (01/2023) 91 points James Suckling: "Sourced from terra rossa soils. And it shows, with a ferrous ingress of iodine and sweet earth, mingling with blue and darker fruit aspersions and the smoked meatiness of reductive handling and its floral li...
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93 points James Halliday: "An 84/16% blend; the tempranillo 15% whole bunches (including a portion carbonic macerated), 85% whole-berries in an open ferment; the old-vine (up to 100yo) grenache was destemmed and open fermented in large vats; after basket pressing, matured in a mix of stainless steel, old French puncheons and a 5000L old foudre for 10 months. A very complex, tight-knit blend of dark fruits ex the tempranillo which subjugate the old-vine grenache, the stern tannins making their presence felt right from the outset. All this said and done, t...
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90 points Bob Campbell: "Deep ruby red hue. Mulberry, beef stock and anise aromas. Medium weight, slippery purple fruits on entry with savoury meaty undertones filling into the centre. Good length and tannins caress rather than drive the flow. (SK)" (01/2024)
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94 points James Suckling: "This is a delicious grenache, sourced from prodigious sites. Sandy Blewitt Springs and ferrous Clarendon, smattered with extremely old vines. This full-weighted expression delivers the low pH-infused grittiness of the vintage. The aromas are sumptuous, encompassing kirsch, peony, lilac, juniper and anise. The time on skins has been extended in recent years, as have the picking windows, necessitating separate ferments. Just a little candied rose water, detracting. The attention to detail, however, is manifest in the growing stat...
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