This is a pretty traditional example of Barossa Shiraz, with oak-derived elements of vanilla, chocolate and a touch of dill backed by bold blackberry and deep cherry fruit. It's round and full on the palate, with a finish that fades easily into dusty notes of espresso and cocoa. Drink now–2020.
Hess Family Wine Estates
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