$46.55 in any six
$34.19 in any six
$44.65 in any six
Made by Ben Glaetzer from top quality mature vineyards in Langhorne Creek and Limestone Coast. A perennial star that seems to produce vintage after vintage with effortless ease. Always offering an expansive bouquet of liquorice, cedar and floral notes with the palate proving to be explosively rich and full. Simply delicious!
...cedary/spicy French oak is the first aroma encountered on the bouquet and is never far away, but there are waves of blackberry, plum and dark chocolate fruits, then round tannins to conclude.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 94 points
Heartland's Director's Cut Shiraz is made in a ripe, brash, generous style. Quality-wise it rarely lets anyone down. This 2010 release is at the top of its mark. It's thick with deep, dark flavour. Blackberries soaked in their own juices, asphalt, Chinese five-spice and creamy, toasty, cedary oak. There's a lot to sink your teeth into here. I'm rating it the same as I did last year's release but I'm reckoning it's a better wine; such is the fallibility of scores. This is an excellent choice for lovers of a Big Aussie Red.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 92 points
Source: The Wine Front
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