Windowrie The Mill Shiraz 2013


This is a correct expression of warm climate shiraz from Windowrie in the Central Ranges.  It has aromatics of eucalyptus, cooked plums and blueberries at the back.  The palate has medium length and a pleasant, plummy aspect to it.  (Region: Central Ranges Zone, New South Wales, Rating: Good, Drink: now to 2023)

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Source: sample
Central Ranges Zone
January 7, 2017
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