2011 Xabregas Estate Shiraz

imageFrom Mount Barker as is the case with the two wines reviewed below. Less savoury, more traditional, predominantly red-fruited.

Easy access. Savouries up as it moves down the line while adding some plums, aniseedy herbs and French vanilla oak. A bit too languid until grainy tannin kicks in on the back-palate. Average persistence. Pretty good though. 89

Region: Great Southern
Alcohol: 14.2%
Closure: Screwcap
Price: $25
Tasted: June 2014


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