D'Arenberg 2002 The Ironstone Pressings Red (McLaren Vale)

Named for the ironstone deposits cleared from area vineyards, which—perhaps by power of suggestion—you can taste in the wine. What at first feels like a fistful of oak on the palate smooths out to an earthy, minerally impression with air. The texture is also quite nice; chewy tannins rule the roost here. Fans of forward, fruity wines should keep shopping.

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