Branson Coach House 2002 Rare Single Vineyard Coach House Block Shiraz (Barossa Valley)

Aromas are broad and profound, with very ripe fruit, and pretty biscuit and black pepper accents. The palate? Cassis, pepper, plum and meat. Firm in the mouth, with fine tannins, and its flavors grow darker—olive, earth, pepper—through the long finish. Has substance, class, restraint and perhaps best of all, holding power. Sexy as all get-out now, but we'll probably say the same thing in 2015.

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