Glaetzer Heartland Directors' Cut Shiraz 2008

Glaetzer, like Teusner, largely don't seem to produce a bad wine.  The 2008 Directors' Cut is another success: an aroma of pepper, plums and chocolate, with trademark intensity.  The palate was very rich, powerful (I wrote "full on") and curranty.  89 to 90 points.

Abv: 14.5%
Price: around $30
Langhorne Creek
December 10, 2010


WillE said…
have just tasted a glass...beautiful!...worth every precious cent.

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