This release is light in colour and in fruit intensity and qualifies easily for “Burgundian shiraz” status. Its charms are in its sling of tannin, its spice, in the taut elastic quality of its fruit. It’s not overly peppery but the first thing you notice is its savouriness. Red liquorice, dark cherries, a (thin) silk-like glove of oak. Medium-bodied, beautifully balanced and styled; it will age charmingly, and convincingly.
94+ Points - Campbell Mattinson, The Winefront