Torbreck The Steading Grenache Mourvedre Shiraz 2006

From the heavily praised Torbreck, I found this wine interesting and well made with good fruit, yet it wasn't a wine that I personally overly enjoyed.  A rather pungent aroma of leather, chalky plums and dark cherries.  A palate with pleasant fruit and good length.  85 points.

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