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||93 Pts Lisa Perrotti-Brown - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate||Size:||750ML
||Syrah / Shiraz
93 Pts Lisa Perrotti-Brown - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2015 Shiraz Kalimna Bin 28 has nose of crushed black currants and blueberries with subtle notes of licorice, tar, roses and tapenade. Medium to full-bodied, opulent and densely packed with black fruits and savory layers, it has a solid frame of rounded tannins and wonderful freshness, finishing long.
"Vibrant, fresh and lively. Long, elongated tannins â sleek, slick and slender! Dark black-cherry fruit flavours, generous and more-ish! (And just why canât we say Cherry Ripe!) Succulent; neither alcohol nor oak intrude. Unobtrusive acidity will ensure cellarability, should it (hopefully) be pursued." - Winery Tasting Notes
"Autumn and early winter rainfall were above the long-term average. Rain stopped abruptly in early August with only light showers observed throughout spring. Low top soil moisture halted canopy growth early in the season giving vines an open canopy. Warm and dry conditions continued throughout the season which resulted in rapid grapevine growth and early flowering. February brought weekend heat spikes, pushing mean maximum temperatures well above the average resulting in early ripening and harvest. " - Vineyard Notes