Tahbilk 1996 1860 Vines Shiraz (Nagambie Lakes)

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This is a wine that feels old-fashioned but still not ready to drink. It smells nutty and dusty, with black pepper and anise accents. Its plum fruit core is wound very tightly, and encased in a fair amount of good-quality oak. Tannins are thick and wooly, so much so that I'd forget that I even had this in the cellar until Bush is out of office, then drink through 2014 or so. Imported by Broadbent Selections, Inc.

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