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Hunter Valley, NSW. Medium brick red. Aromas of blackberry, rhubarb and tomato bush. A moderate flavour weight of fresh ripe cherry flavours is enhanced by a medium flavour length of soft fruit and oak tannin...
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Langhorne Creek, South Australia. In today’s line up of exotica, Cutting Edge stands out for its true-blue, ripe fruitiness. It’s sourced from the Adams’ family’s historic Metala Vineyard at Langhorne Creek and presents the region’s pure varietal definition and plush mid palate. The cabernet component shows a slight “minty” hint and the Shiraz adds a plummy plumpness. A kiss of sweet oak adds to the voluptuous, pure drinking pleasure. One bottle may not be enough. - Chris Shanahan ....
Langhorne Creek, South Australia. Deep crimson colour with garnet hues. Intense aromas of blackberry, mulberry and dark cherry with hints of fennel and leather supported by spice and tar notes. A generous, structured palate exhibits blackberry and blackcurrant fruit, a touch of mint and an earthy texture. Chewy, textured tannins ensure a finish of...
James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion 2013
McLaren Vale, South Australia. Vibrant plum colour. Leafy mulberry fruits with cigarbox oak complexity and a hint of chocolate and earthiness. A soft juicy berry flavoured entry with ripe dark plum, roasted chestnut and balanced ripe tannins. A rich, ripe, soft and complex wine that is great with meals...
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James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion 2011
Adelaide Hills, South Australia. By George is the marriage of two prominent wine regions, the Barossa Valley and the Adelaide Hills, an unusual blend that works a treat. This wine screams Cabernet, oodles of ripe plum and mulberry intensity - it jumps out of the glass...
Adelaide Hills, South Australia. Tight and alluring as is the King Louis style. The wine opens with
gunsmoke, flinty aromas and over the next hour in the bottle or glass
shows more and more blueberry and blackberry fruit that this single
vineyard produces every year. The flinty aromas follow through to the palate. As a young wine
the King Louis shows dense blueberry fruit surrounded by a ball of
structure and texture….A bit like fried ice cream at the local Chinese.
With a year or two in bottle the fruit will become more dense and
filling. This King Louis style is a wine that changes each year…patient
cellaring would be rewarded...
Frankland, Western Australia. An elegant, stylish and tightly-knit wine that unfolds to reveal opulent fruit flavours with savoury undertones and the dusty, earthy character that distinguishes Frankland Estate wines. This wine reflects both the outstanding vintage conditions in 2010 and the meticulous care taken in the vineyard and winery...