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94 points James Suckling: "This sits in the typical, just Cabernet-dominant style (54%) and marries cassis, blueberries, leaves and cedary-dominant aromas with more substantial blackberries and dark cherries, as well as redder tones at the finish. The regional sourcing here is cleverly played and delivers a fleshy, soft and smooth wine in 2017. Long, vanilla-laced after-trail. Drink over the next fifteen years. A stallion in the cellar!" (07/2019) 94 points Wine Spectator: "Elegant, smooth and supple, showing off cedar, black tea and sandalwood aromas,...

92 points Decanter: "The richer counterpart to Bin 128, this warm-climate blend of Barossa, McLaren Vale and Padthaway fruit (no Upper Adelaide or Wrattonbully fruit in this vintage) is a deep, primary dark ruby colour. And yet it's from a cool growing season, with the harvest finishing a month later than the previous year. It displays a subdued, spicy richness of aroma spliced with a hint of cooler vintage pepper. The palate though is typically generously fruited, with blackberry fruit infused with Penfolds’ trademark toasty vanillin American oak - an u...

These are a bunch of white varietals that aren’t ever found in the same region, so this wine explores the beauty of Australia’s sense of wine lawlessness. Chenin is for longevity meaning this wine will flourish in the cellar over the next ten years. Gewurztraminer literally translates into "spicy grape" and it adds both texture and spice to this wine. Gruner Veltliner is a textural component and supports the bottom end of the wine. And finally, Riesling, being solely pressings that went through both MLF and primary ferment in barrel adds a little touch o...
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92 points Wine Spectator: " Shows appealing density and a savory thread, featuring rosemary, sage and loam details that mingle with firm currant and dried cherry flavors. Herbal shadings gain traction on the finish along with the dense tannins, adding an appealing fresh green note. Drink now through 2033. " (12/2019) 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "There's no Bin 707 from the 2017 vintage, so that fruit has been put into the 2017 Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon. It's a lifted, perfumed style of Cabernet aged in both French and American hogsheads,...

94 points James Halliday: "Picked and fermented parcel by parcel, destemmed, 14 days on skins, matured in new and used French and American hogsheads for 12 months. The mouthfeel is excellent, supple and smooth, the medium-bodied flavours a neat blend of black fruits, dark chocolate and a gently savoury seasoning. Great value. " (08/2019) 93 points Sam Kim: "A beautifully composed shiraz; the elegantly lifted bouquet shows black/blueberry, dark plum, vanilla, cocoa and cedar characters, followed by a concentrated palate that is succulent and smooth. The...


95 points James Halliday: "dry-grown bushvines, wild-fermented with 50% whole berries and 50% whole bunches, 6 days post-ferment maceration, matured in French hogsheads (25% new). A fragrant and pure bouquet and palate, both sending the same message, are the starting point for this beautifully detailed wine. It's actually quite firm on the palate, but it comes from the fruit not tannins, so it can be missed. The length and finish reveal just how complex the wine is." (05/2018) 94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Made from a single plot of organically farmed ol...

93 points James Suckling: "What a beautiful red with lemons, grated orange zest, rose petals, raspberries and sour cherries. Medium-bodied and energetic on the palate with lively, red and blue fruit and a serious tannin backbone. Drink now. Screw cap." (06/2019) K&L Notes: *Natural Wine*

93 points James Halliday: "A 60/40% blend, separate lots fermented in open or closed vessels, matured in used barriques for 12 months prior to blending. It's medium-bodied at best, but there's no shortage of flavour, and sufficient extract to provide texture (and length). Attractive wine, with McLaren Vale's stamp on it from the word go. Drink by 2034 " (05/2019) 90 points James Suckling: "There’s a real sense of depth and ripe berries here with raspberry and blueberry-pastry aromas, leading to licorice and violet-like flowers. The palate has a thread...