I must admit that I am in total disagreement with this wine’s rating. I bought it on sale with the high hopes that it’s 95 point badge was going to be right up my alley. I paid $25 or so dollars for it which would have made it a 5 star wine worthy of kings. Alas, it was not to be. Here is what the critics wrote…”Deep purple-crimson; the class of wine shines through from the first whiff to the long finish and aftertaste; multi-spice, licorice and black pepper are woven through the blackberry and plum fruit, fine-grained tannins in support.”
Here are my notes:Plums and dark cherry nose, lithe and thin with alcohol notes. Plums and spice with a touch of wood. That is all I could write, I was so underwhelmed that I did not bother to seek deeper into the glass. I may have opened a bad bottle, perhaps it is in a coma state. Either way, I have one more and will wait a while to see if this Western Australian Shiraz comes any where near its claimed score. For me 87 points and 2 stars. Salut….