Mains for four
Leasingham Bin 61 Shiraz exhibits a world class depth of blackberries, raspberry and minted dark chocolate right from the beginning. Full bodied in every way, yet with a caressing velvety structure and bright acidity throughout, finishing with penetrating length and finesse.
From the outstanding 2009 Hunter vintage and from some of the region’s oldest wines, some planted as early as 1865, this is seriously good, cellar-worthy gear. Lovely bright blackcurrant fruit with truffle, earth and cedar complexity. The tannins are firm yet silky.
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