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Oliver's Taranga have a long and distinguished history in the McLaren Vale and are custodians of some of the premier vineyard land in the region. Corrina Wright is now the winemaking brain behind this progressive winery and her Shiraz is a modern masterstroke. Smoke and bacon on the nose with sweet and savoury tones. Soft fruit flavours luscious mouth feel and great length to this wine. Delicious.
An Australian benchmark for what
affordable, super-premium Shiraz can
achieve. A tactile wine, earthy, everso-
lightly cinnamon dusted, red and
black fruited to intense levels with
hints of herbed mocha on the fi nish.
Vintage: 2011 Score: 92 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
Friends coming to dinner, a great chance to get others to help judge this shiraz from SA's famous McLaren Vale. But illness forces them to cancel. Bottle is opened and, after just one sip, we are secretly thankful we don't have to share the bottle with anyone else. You will want more than one glass of this wine. It's smooth and elegant with vanilla aromas and a chocolately taste.
Vintage: 2011 Score: 94 points
Source: Geelong Advertiser
... ripe and inviting with fruitcake spice and fresh blackberry on display; the palate is fresh and focused, showing warm dark chocolate character providing depth and complexity; powerful and chewy, but light on its feet to conclude.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 94 points
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