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"Oh boy, I hope I get to try some more of this. It may be a monumental wine, but it can tiptoe around your palate like Mikhail Baryshnikov. Black fruits and a distinctive, Barossa pepperiness fill the mouth, but it hasn't any of the porty, jammy flavours of many wines that would try to imitate its style. This is a New World classic that ages gracefully and is anything but boring."
Joe Fattorini, The Glasgow Herald Magazine (UK), 24 November 2007