Schild Estate 2004 GMS Red (Barossa Valley)

Tastes a lot less oaky than Schild's Shirazes—here, black pepper and spice flavors, and nutty aromas, are accents rather than principals. Soft tannins couch ripe black plums on the palate, and juicy cherry revs up on the finish. Imported by The Australian Wine Connection.

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