Barossa Valley Estate 2001 Spires Shiraz (Barossa Valley)

From a winery that makes some top-flight Shiraz, I can only surmise that this entry-level bottling got its share of the picked-over grapes. It smells nice, of mixed, stewed plums, and starts off on the palate with dark fruit and tealike tannins. The mouthfeel needs some stuffing, though, and the finish is short.

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