Craiglee Shiraz 2013
Medium purple fading to red at the rim. Red fruits -raspberries, cranberries and rhubarb….another wine that beautifully reflects the estate. Red plums and cherries - ethereal. Graphite and chalky tannins. A truly beautiful wine - it's singularity is its selling point.
The Wine Front – Violet, blackberry, five spice, tobacco and subtle oak. Medium bodied, but plenty of flesh and ripeness, layers of spice, a beautiful mouth-perfume mingling with savoury earthiness, and powder fine tannin running on a long finish. All just so. Wonderful expression of Shiraz from a distinguished site.
James Halliday – There is an almost pinot-like fragrance and delicacy to the bouquet of shimmering red fruits; the balance and mouthfeel of the light to medium-bodied palate is perfect, making the wine one of those with an almost indefinite drinking span, starting now.
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