Seppelt Chalambar Shiraz 2004

The 2004 "museum release" of this well known label revealed an aroma of oak and plums, and a plummy palate with good length.  Frankly, it's a very good wine, and cheap for the price.  It is made in a "Penfolds style". 86 to 87 points.

Price: $19.90
Abv: 13%
Source: retail (Dan Murphy's)
Website: http://www.greatwestern.com.au/
Bendigo
August 4, 2010
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