Brini Estate Wines Sebastian Shiraz 2006


This is the last of my "mood lighting" series of photos with a bit of luck.  This McLaren Vale shiraz from Brini has brooding aromatics of cassis and plums.  The palate has seemingly high acid, with extracted black fruit flavours of dark cherry, mulberry and plums.  Overall, this is a good wine, although I feel it has some balance issues.  The alcohol seems a little out of balance with the fruit and the acid seems high, but this is offset to a large extent by some very good concentration of fruit flavours.  Good

Abv: 14.5%
Price: $30
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Website: http://www.briniwines.com.au
Region: McLaren Vale
Tasted: 2013
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McLaren Vale
January 29, 2014
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