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Wynns is in the fortunate position to have holdings of some of Coonawarra's oldest Shiraz vines and coupled with recent plantings in the 1990s, Wynns now have fruit that is worthy of its own place amongst the Wynns elite. Enter Wynns Black Label Shiraz - with a dense, dark nose of pepper, mulberries and distinctive florals that are the perfect gateway to a palate that is rich and complex. Flavours of layered red berry, spice and chocolate with tight, focused tannins that will see the Black Label Shiraz become another Wynns favourite.
What an introduction! This first vintage is world class Shiraz and shows Wynns' Sue Hodder in the prime of her powers. Poised and powerful all in one, effortless length, will develop for years.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 96 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
Medium-deep colour. Intense blackcurrant, herb garden aromas with spicy/black pepper notes. Supple smooth chocolaty wine with plenty of rich blackberry/paneforte/ mocha flavours and underlying pepper/spicy/aniseed notes.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 93 points
Andrew Caillard MW
A new Black Label has been born. A marketing stunt to trade off the fifty-five vintage success of Black Label Cabernet? The truth is far more compelling. Investment in smaller fermenters has allowed more batches to be kept separate at Wynns, accounting for a growing portfolio of ever more detailed styles. And the gap between Wynns $25 Estate Shiraz and $130 Michael has always been begging to be filled with a regional blend capable of absorbing declassified Michael and any other special parcels outside V&A Lane. The answer is an impressively appealing, juicy and fruit-focused style. The allure of the vintage is on show in flamboyant blackberry and blueberry fruits, supported by milk chocolate oak, lingering black pepper and beautifully refined, finely textured tannins. Give it time to build complexity.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 93 points
Plump cherry-plum fruit with licks of musk, cloves and cedarwood. Slightly bitter, woody finish but for the most part it s ripe, fleshy and soft. Fine massage of tannin through the finish. Pops of black pepper throughout. Like the wine overall though I wouldn t say it was any great shakes.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 91+ points
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