<10 tasting notes
This is in the Mudgee old school groove. Dense, chocolatey sweet oaked red with lots of oak, 90s style choc (American?) oak and plum fruit. Still, the palate is savoury, the finish much fresher than expected and good tannins. That heartiness is pretty appealing really, even if a little less oak would be welcome. Best drinking: now to twenty years. This style will live forever. 17.7/20, 92/100. 14%, $32. Would I buy it? A bottle for the cellar maybe.
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