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

Has meaty, bacon aromas with creamy, peppery highlights. In the mouth, it's brawn in a glass—not a dumb jock, mind you, but the amiable linebacker who also wins "Mr. Congeniality." It has a rich, creamy feel on the front palate, good meaty heft in the middle, and zips up with a juicy plum and anise conclusion. Muscular, mobile and piquant, not fat and inert.

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