Limb 2001 Three Pillars Reds Red (Barossa Valley)

A good wine; an unusual blend of Mourvèdre (50%), Cabernet Sauvignon (27%) and Shiraz (23%). Has a nice dusty texture, and an approachable, medium-weight size, but the plum fruit plays second fiddle to oak, dust, sweet tart, earth and other flavors. I'd love to see the fruit show it stuff more next vintage.

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