Geelong shiraz. 4% viognier and no doubt a reasonable percentage of whole bunches.
I’m tempted to call this tangy and tart even though it’s more accurate to call it sweet and luscious. It manages to get around to many bases. Swish (cedary) oak, tomato leaf aspects, flings of dry spice, truffles and pure, polished, powerful red/black cherried fruit. The tannin here has graphite inflections. It has it all going on. Drink 2020-2029+
95 Points - Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front.