James Halliday - "Potent blackcurrant and bay leaf aromas lead into a full-bodied palate, tannins a positive feature adding a note to 'take me seriously'."
“Shiraz and McLaren Vale”. A famous pairing. But why the connection? Shiraz in McLaren Vale grows well, always ripens, and with correct vineyard management, produces wines of great depth, flavour and structure.
James Halliday - "Full-bodied, entirely in the black fruit and licorice spectrum, forbidding but compelling. Strong tannins are made to measure."
James Halliday - "Very different from the Black Blood I, more open and fragrant, the medium to full-bodied palate with a mix of red and black fruits, supple and rich, with perfectly weighted tannins."
James Halliday - "From the deep sands of Blewitt Springs. The bouquet signals the bright, lively medium-bodied palate with its mix of red and black cherry, plum and spice fruit. The tannins are superfine, adding length and class."