Best's Thomson Family Shiraz 2008

Best's, in my humble experience, tend to produce well priced, good wines that I feel like drinking.  This wine, their top label, is not cheap, but it is very good.  An aroma of soft herbs and plums.  The palate had notes of pepper, plums and great length.  89 points.

Price: $150
Abv: 14.4%
Great Western
November 7, 2010

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