Craneford 2005 Fire Station Shiraz (Barossa Valley)

A step up in seriousness from Craneford's easy-drinking regular Shiraz, the Fire Station bottling is sourced from 80-year-old vines from the northern Barossa. Cola, spice and meat notes mark the aromas, while the blackberry fruit on the palate is very juicy and fresh. A touch of cedar on the finish brings the fruit back into focus. Drink now–2015. Joe Czerwinski

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