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Another great success story of grape grower turned grower/winemaker. Troy Kalleske is the latest custodian of a family heritage that dates back to 1853 when the Kalleske family first planted vineyards in the Moppa sub-discrict of Greenock, in the north-west of the Barossa Valley. This Shiraz (with a touch of Viognier and Petit Verdot) is 100% biodynamic and has concentrated aromas of blueberry, cloves, violets and dried fig. The silken palate that follows has dark fruit and lifted notes of floral with a sublime length of flavour.
Barossa Valley shiraz with 9 percent petit verdot and 5 percent viognier. Matured in American, French, Hungarian and Russian oak - 25 percent new. Biodynamically grown. Attractive drink. Good array of flavour. Blackberries, coal, five-spice and earth. Has a minerally, meaty edge - complemented by toasty, spicy oak. I can see the viognier on both the nose and the palate and to my taste the wine would have been better without it - though it's still a very good wine. Pretty and perfumed.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 89+ points
Source: The Wine Front
Intense walnuts, redcurrant, black cherry aroma, smooth palate with plum, mocha and fine sinewy tannin. Great length.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 95 points
Andrew Caillard MW
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