This sits on the luscious side of the ledger. It's all about sweet, dark-berried fruit, fresh and more-ish, with a melt of tannin and an easy flow of flavour through the finish. Oak is not prominent; it's all about pure Barossa shiraz.
Lively dark cherry aromas overlayed with oak nuances of moccha and vanilla bean. A slight brooding ferrous element to the aroma provides complexity. The rich and generous dark fruit spectrum on the front and mid palate is classic Blackwell. Taut tannins, subtle spice and mineral influence. These factors extend the persistence and complexity of the wine.
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